This reminds me if what Tom Hiddleston said about Loki Every villain believes they are doing what's good, but not all definitions of good are the same. That's the only true way to write a villain or play one.
But seriously, the ones that don't get killed off would make for an intense sleepover. Draco Malfoy and Hermione Granger from Harry Potter, Eragon, Arya and Saphira from the inheritance cycle, Bilbo from the Hobbit...the list never ends. Although I'm not sure how I would fit a dragon (or two) into my bedroom
THIS! I do have a soft spot for Draco towards the end of the series (Tom Felton may have helped) but I absolutely loved seeing the softer side of him in Cursed Child. And while he is definitely still not perfect (I would have liked to see an apology to Hermione even though that would be totally out of character even for new Draco) he realizes the weight of his mistakes and understands he cannot fully redeem himself but wants better for his son.