Some more backstory on the character of the 'villain' (name tba)
Long ago, the land of Thurbasa was not unlike the Earth we know it today. There was a great war that had reduced the land to ruin. The war was waged between two great armies that seeked total domination over the world. The final battle took place at the Heldegardt fields, where one of the soldiers, sick of the endless conflict, entered a state of intense emotional stress and caused a rift to open beneath the ground that engulfed the battlefield and swallowed all of the combatants of both sides, sparing only the instigator.
From out of the rift a being appeared, the embodiment of death. It congratulated him on having the initiative and desire to want things to change. It asks him what he wants, and he says he just wants to make a better world. Death bestowed him with significant powers with which the man would be able to start rebuilding anew in a way he sees fit. He builds himself a modest dwelling, and populates the area with a number of people to keep him company and hopefully begin rebuilding civilization. As a result of the rift opening, other worlds were pulled in closer to this one, and portals began to open all around, dragging inhabitants in unwillingly. The man, growing tired and weary of living with his manufactured companions is very confused by what’s happening but comes to welcome the new arrivals, hoping that they can help grow his community bigger. The people that were dragged into the world were of varying races and species, making the budding world quite diverse. As time goes on and more and more different races join the world however, conflict begins to brew. Differing ideologies and beliefs begin to clash, causing a lot of conflict and strife. The world isn’t so ‘perfect’ anymore.
Knowing full well the horrors that war brings, the man decides to segregate the different groups of people that live within his world, shutting them off from one another so that those who believe in different things will not come into contact with each other. He thinks that this is the only way to keep the world stable, with no strife or conflict. The portals continue to open and more and more people arrive. The man, growing tired of having to continuously force his inhabitants into their own zones begins to routinely seek out and eliminate new arrivals, believing that his world, though flawed, functions well enough as it is and any new people could tip the balance into chaos. He doesn’t enjoy the killing but sees it as a necessity.