History BigBad / LiveActionTV

20th Aug '17 11:33:11 AM ZimFan89
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* ''Film/CastADeadlySpell'': [[spoiler:Amos Hackshaw]].
17th Aug '17 12:37:20 AM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/CastADeadlySpell'': [[spoiler:Amos Hackshaw]].
10th Aug '17 8:18:00 AM TenTwelveEleven
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** Season 7: Cersei Lannister forms a BigBadDuumvirate with Euron Greyjoy to oppose Daenerys Targeryen. Euron Greyjoy crushes the Yara Greyjoy-Dornish fleet and captures/kills their leadership, and attacks the Unsullied forces after the have been lured to Casterly Rock. Meanwhile, Cersei sends her brother Jaime to the Reach to eliminate the Tyrells once and for all, seize their gold to pay off the Iron Bank. Under Cersei's banner, Jaime plunders the harvest of local farmer's in order to feed the Lannister army.
** It could be concluded the Lannisters are the Big Bads in general throughout the series as they are the faction most commonly identified as the villainous antagonists, however on a wider scale Night's King and the White Walkers could be this as they are probably the biggest threat to Westeros. Littlefinger is also a contender, since he caused the War of the Five Kings to happen by having Jon Arryn murdered and framed the Lannisters for it, and he continuously amassed power as the series progressed.

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** Season 7: Cersei Lannister forms returns to take the BigBad spot [[spoiler: as Queen of the Seven Kingdoms, forming a BigBadDuumvirate with Euron Greyjoy Greyjoy]] to oppose Daenerys Targeryen. Euron Greyjoy crushes [[spoiler: The Night King]] however, remains as the Yara Greyjoy-Dornish fleet and captures/kills their leadership, and attacks GreaterScopeVillain for the Unsullied forces after the have been lured to Casterly Rock. Meanwhile, Cersei sends her brother Jaime to the Reach to eliminate the Tyrells once and for all, seize their gold to pay off the Iron Bank. Under Cersei's banner, Jaime plunders the harvest of local farmer's in order to feed the Lannister army.
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** It could be concluded the Lannisters are the Big Bads in general throughout the series as they are the faction most commonly identified as the villainous antagonists, however on a wider scale Night's King [[spoiler: the Night King]] and the White Walkers could be this as they are probably the biggest threat to Westeros. Littlefinger is also a contender, since he caused the War of the Five Kings to happen by having Jon Arryn murdered and framed the Lannisters for it, and he continuously amassed power as the series progressed.
9th Aug '17 6:36:17 PM dgenega5764
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** It could be concluded the Lannisters are the Big Bads in general throughout the series as they are the faction most commonly identified as the villainous antagonists, however on a wider scale Night's King and the White Walkers could be this as they are probably the biggest threat to Westeros.

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** Season 7: Cersei Lannister forms a BigBadDuumvirate with Euron Greyjoy to oppose Daenerys Targeryen. Euron Greyjoy crushes the Yara Greyjoy-Dornish fleet and captures/kills their leadership, and attacks the Unsullied forces after the have been lured to Casterly Rock. Meanwhile, Cersei sends her brother Jaime to the Reach to eliminate the Tyrells once and for all, seize their gold to pay off the Iron Bank. Under Cersei's banner, Jaime plunders the harvest of local farmer's in order to feed the Lannister army.
** It could be concluded the Lannisters are the Big Bads in general throughout the series as they are the faction most commonly identified as the villainous antagonists, however on a wider scale Night's King and the White Walkers could be this as they are probably the biggest threat to Westeros. Littlefinger is also a contender, since he caused the War of the Five Kings to happen by having Jon Arryn murdered and framed the Lannisters for it, and he continuously amassed power as the series progressed.
4th Aug '17 3:36:41 PM skteosk
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** Chancellor Gowron appears to be the Big Bad of Season 4, as he leads the Klingons into becoming more aggressive, invading Cardassia and declaring war on the Federation. However, it eventually turns out he is being manipulated by the Dominion, with [[spoiler: the Changeling disguised as General Martok]] serving as TheManBehindTheMan.
24th Jul '17 11:25:23 AM gb00393
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** Season 1: Cersei Lannister. Although there's a plethora of villains, in Season 1 Cersei serves most clearly as the main antagonist. She's a threat to the Starks, the Crown and the Realm in general due to her scheming. She [[BigBadDuumvirate shares]] the role of TheAntagonist with her brother Jaime, but she is the BigBad of the two, being more of the schemer while he is more TheBrute.

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** Season 1: Cersei Lannister. Although there's a plethora of villains, in Season 1 Cersei serves most clearly as the main antagonist. She's a threat to the Starks, the Crown and the Realm in general due to her scheming. She [[BigBadDuumvirate shares]] the role of TheAntagonist with her brother Jaime, but she is the BigBad of the two, being more of the schemer while he is more TheBrute. She subsequently becomes a BigBadWannabe, with the more competent and intelligent Tywin falling into place.



** Season 5: Cersei takes the reins following [[spoiler:Tywin's death]] but [[BigBadWannabe she's still in over her head]] and the Boltons, Lord Roose Bolton and his son Ramsay, function as the main antagonists for the north, but later into the season [[spoiler:The Night's King]] stops being a hinted [[GreaterScopeVillain background threat to the realms]] and leads [[spoiler:the White Walkers]] to make their move toward conquering Westeros.
** Season 6: Ramsay Bolton becomes this for the North storyline after [[spoiler: he kills his father]], and he personally acts as the main antagonist of Jon and Sansa's storyline. The High Sparrow is this for the King's Landing storyline [[spoiler: until Cersei reclaims her BigBad position by killing the High Sparrow and taking the crown for herself]].

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** Season 5: Cersei takes the reins following [[spoiler:Tywin's death]] but [[BigBadWannabe she's still in over her head]] and this role is taken by the High Sparrow. The Boltons, Lord Roose Bolton and his son Ramsay, function as the main antagonists for the north, but later into the season [[spoiler:The Night's King]] stops being a hinted [[GreaterScopeVillain background threat to the realms]] and leads [[spoiler:the White Walkers]] to make their move toward conquering Westeros.
** Season 6: Ramsay Bolton becomes this for the North storyline after [[spoiler: he kills his father]], and he personally acts as the main antagonist of Jon and Sansa's storyline. The High Sparrow is this for the King's Landing storyline [[spoiler: until Cersei reclaims her BigBad position with a vengeance by killing the High Sparrow and the Tyrells and taking the crown for herself]].
23rd Jul '17 5:49:35 PM CJCroen1393
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** ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' had [[spoiler: Penelope]] as the Big Bad of the ''Sonny With a Secret'' story arc. Chad Dylan Cooper started out as this for the series on the whole, [[HeelFaceTurn but that ended pretty quickly]].

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** ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' had [[spoiler: Penelope]] as the Big Bad of the ''Sonny With a Secret'' story arc. [[SitcomArchNemesis Chad Dylan Cooper Cooper]] started out as this for the series on the whole, [[HeelFaceTurn but that ended pretty quickly]].
23rd Jul '17 5:47:49 PM CJCroen1393
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** For a fairly mundane variant, ''Series/ThatsSoRaven'' had a sort of BigBadEnsemble between [[AlphaBitch Alana]] (for Raven) and [[TheTrickster Stanley]] (for Cory). After Alana was [[PutOnABusToHell sent to military school]], she was replaced by [[SuspiciouslySimilarSubstitute Bianca]]...who in-turn [[WhatHappenedToTheMouse vanished]] and was replaced by TheFakeCutie of her and Alana's GirlPosse, [[DragonAscendant Muffy]].
** [[SpoiledBrat Rico Suave]] from ''Series/HannahMontana'' was this early on, though it was downplayed as he was usually only causing ''Jackson's'' (and sometimes Oliver's) conflicts. His promotion to main character lead to him being ''de''moted to TokenEvilTeammate.



** ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' had [[spoiler: Penelope]] as the Big Bad of the ''Sonny With a Secret'' story arc.

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** ''Series/SonnyWithAChance'' had [[spoiler: Penelope]] as the Big Bad of the ''Sonny With a Secret'' story arc. Chad Dylan Cooper started out as this for the series on the whole, [[HeelFaceTurn but that ended pretty quickly]].
11th Jul '17 2:10:56 PM gb00393
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** Season 3: Tywin Lannister, who in addition to being the one controlling and fighting the war on Joffrey's behalf, becomes the de-facto leader of Westeros as Joffrey's hand.

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** Season 3: Tywin Lannister, who in addition to being the one controlling and fighting the war on Joffrey's behalf, becomes the de-facto leader of Westeros as Joffrey's hand. He is responsible for the worst atrocities of the war, such as sending Gregor Clegane to make the Riverlands a blasted wasteland and turning Harrenhal into a nightmare garrison and then the Red Wedding. That said, Tywin only did this because Catelyn kidnapped Tyrion and as the story unravels it's revealed that Tywin was not the primary cause of the whole conflict.
11th Jul '17 5:49:59 AM rogvortex58
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** Season 7 [[spoiler: Has the same A, "AD", who is revealed in the series finale to be Alex Drake, Spencer's twin sister, and Charlotte's half sister]].

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** Season 7 [[spoiler: Has the same A, "AD", who is revealed in the series finale to be [[spoiler: Alex Drake, Spencer's twin sister, and Charlotte's half sister]].
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