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17th Mar '17 3:06:40 AM ZoeticCob
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* ''Literature/TheShahnameh'': Two of the most famous example would be Zahhak, a tyrant with two snakes growing out his shoulders whom Zahhak must feed human brains to, otherwise the snakes eat his own! and Afrasiab who commits many atrocities including the execution of Siavash, which sends Rostam and the Persians on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.

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* ''Literature/TheShahnameh'': Two Three of the most famous example examples would be be:
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Zahhak, a tyrant with two snakes growing out his shoulders whom Zahhak must feed human brains to, otherwise the snakes eat his own! and to.
** The White Demon, a cave-dwelling albino who rules Mazandaran.
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Afrasiab and his brother Garsivaz who commits commit many atrocities including the execution of Siavash, which sends Rostam and the Persians on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
15th Mar '17 7:59:44 AM k410ren
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** Philosopher's Stone: [[spoiler: Quirrel]]

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** Philosopher's Stone: [[spoiler: Quirrel]]Quirrell]]



** Order of the Phoenix: Delores Umbridge

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** Order of the Phoenix: Delores Dolores Umbridge


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* ''Literature/NorthangerAbbey'' has [[GoldDigger John Thorpe]], who causes all of Catherine Morland's problems in the novel, even after he disappears from the plot.


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** "The Empty House": [[spoiler: [[DragonTheirFeet Colonel Sebastian Moran]].]]
** "The Norwood Builder": [[spoiler:Jonas Oldacre]]
** "The Dancing Men": [[spoiler: Abe Slaney]]
** "The Solitary Cyclist": Jack Woodley
** "The Priory School": [[spoiler: [[BastardBastard James Wilder]].]]


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* ''Literature/TheThirteenthTale'': [[spoiler: The real [[EvilRedhead Adeline]] [[ClingyJealousGirl March]].]]
27th Feb '17 2:31:11 AM ZoeticCob
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* ''Literature/TheShahnameh'': Two of the most famous example would be Zahhak, a tyrant with two snakes growing out his shoulders whom Zahhak must feed human brains to, otherwise the snakes eat his own! and Afrasiab who commits many atrocities including the execution of Siavash, which sends Rostam and the Persians on a RoaringRampageOfRevenge.
6th Feb '17 6:56:50 AM Doug86
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* The DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse has managed a few:

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* The DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse Franchise/DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse has managed a few:
5th Feb '17 2:59:34 PM MasterGhandalf
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* ''Litereature/BrimstoneAngels'' has [[spoiler: Bryseis Kakistos]], heroine Farideh's ancestor who manipulates her descendants lives as part of a decades-spanning plot to avenge herself on [[SatanicArchetype Asmodeus]], regardless of who else gets hurt in the process.
5th Feb '17 1:31:07 PM starlight9
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* ''Literature/NightfallSeries'': Prince Vladimir has conquered the world and destroyed human civilization. Now, he breeds the surviving humans in farms for food and forces the Resistance to live in constant fear and on the brink of extinction.
1st Feb '17 11:54:52 AM Kakai
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* ''Literature/TheWitchlands'' has Ragnor the Raider King, who wants to conquer the entirety of the eponymous continent.
23rd Jan '17 2:32:50 PM skteosk
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* The DoctorWhoExpandedUniverse has managed a few:
** ''[[Literature/DoctorWhoNewAdventures The New Adventures]]'': The Timewyrm tetralogy has [[AntagonistTitle the Timewyrm]]. The Alternate Universe Cycle has the Meddling Monk. The Psi Powers arc has the Brotherhood, ultimately led by the Grandmaster.
** ''Literature/EighthDoctorAdventures: The Faction Paradox storyline has Grandfather Paradox, although he's more of a GreaterScopeVillain. The Compassion arc has [[KnightTemplar Romana]] of all people, seeking to capture Compassion in order to improve the Time Lords' TARDIS technology. The Sabbath arc has the Council of Eight, especially Octan.
** Crossovers: The ''New Adventure'' "Blood Harvest" sets up Lord Yarven as the Big Bad of the first ''[[Literature/DoctorWhoMissingAdventures Missing Adventure]]'' "Goth Opera". The ''Missing Adventure'' "The Scales of Injustice" and the ''[[Literature/PastDoctorAdventures Past Doctor Adventure]]'' "Business Unusual" have Martin Townsend (AKA "the pale man") as the Big Bad.
11th Jan '17 9:04:49 PM papyru30
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* ''Literature/MasksOfAygrima'', The tyrannical Aurarch of Aygrima. In ''Faces'' he becomes part of a BigBadEnsemble with [[spoiler: The Lady of Pain and Fire. They both sap magic from their subjects to avoid dying of old age and want to take over [[TheHero Mara's]] body to live longer.]]
8th Jan '17 5:25:41 AM ACW
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*''Literature/{{Savage}}'', by Creator/RichardLaymon: Roderick Whittle, aka UsefulNotes/JackTheRipper.
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