For Spite enjoys defeating Knights of the Old Republic one and two through the unlimited power of the dark side of the force and long walks on the beach. Preferably at night because the sun burns.
Psychos, antiheroes, iconoclasts, and general weirdos make up For Spite's favorite kinds of characters (and, often, people).
For Spite also loves Baudelaire and talking in third person.
Not everyone is necessarily familiar with Baudelaire, it occurs.
Thus, it must be explained that he is a French poet who did things like this:
Horror Sympathique/Sympathetic Horror/Reflected Horror (depending on the translator)
From that sky, bizarre and livid,
— Insatiably avid
Skies torn like the shores of the sea,
Are the black hearses of my dreams,
—Baudelaire as translated by William Aggeler, The Flowers of Evil (Fresno, CA: Academy Library Guild, 1954)
Took down story. May eventually rework and repost, probably not. It's a lot of work for a single bad joke based on the difference between someone's manga death scene and anime death scene.