History BigBad / WesternAnimation

26th May '17 2:42:54 PM Vir
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* [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Vexus]] from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot''.

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* [[GodSaveUsFromTheQueen Queen Vexus]] from ''WesternAnimation/MyLifeAsATeenageRobot''.



** Season 2: Lord Garmadon, up until [[UltimateEvil The Overlord]] takes over the position.

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** Season 2: Lord Garmadon, making various attempts to defeat the ninja using the fused Golden Weapons, up until [[UltimateEvil The Overlord]] takes over the position.position with a plan to corrupt all of Ninjago.



** Day of the Departed: Sensei Yang, who temporarily resurrects previously defeated villains to kill the Ninjas in order to take their place among the living.

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** [[HalloweenEpisode Day of the Departed: Departed]]: Sensei Yang, who temporarily resurrects previously defeated villains to kill the Ninjas ninja in order to take their place among the living.
26th May '17 2:36:06 PM Vir
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** Season 7: Acronix and Krux

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** Season 7: Acronix and KruxKrux, who want to use the four Time Blades to conquer Ninjago in the past.
10th May '17 4:03:26 PM chasemaddigan
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** The "Imaginationland" trilogy has the terrorists who attacked Imaginationland on both separate halves, despite that they were out of the picture by Part II. Still, [[PretextForWar they started the war between the Good Imaginary characters and the Evil Imaginary characters.]] [[KillEmAll to destroy Imaginationland by having both sides kill each other.]] [[HalfwayPlotSwitch Part II, however, treats it like another straight Good vs. Evil battle]] without any excuse of RootingForTheEmpire, or in this case the Evil characters. And the Evil characters officially destroy any excuse of being [[UnwittingPawn as much pawns as the good characters]] [[MoralEventHorizon when they torture Strawberry Shortcake and leave her for the Woodland Creatures to finish off in a "Blood Orgy." Regardless, the terrorists started the war, not the Evil or the Good characters, who thought each other had started it.]] [[spoiler:Instead, however, the Good characters won the war and [[CruelMercy the Evil characters ended up imprisoned]], making the terrorists' plot AllForNothing (just like if the Evil characters had won), [[BackFromTheDead especially with all Good casualties, especially Strawberry Shortcake, revived by Butters.]] And understandably, no Evil casualties were resurrected.]]

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** The "Imaginationland" trilogy has the terrorists who attacked Imaginationland on both separate halves, despite that they were out of the picture by Part II. Still, [[PretextForWar they started the war between the Good Imaginary characters and the Evil Imaginary characters.]] [[KillEmAll to destroy Imaginationland by having both sides kill each other.]] [[HalfwayPlotSwitch By Part II, however, treats it like the evil characters kill all the terrorists and the conflict turns into another straight Good vs. Evil battle]] without any excuse of RootingForTheEmpire, or in this case the Evil characters. And the Evil characters officially destroy any excuse of being [[UnwittingPawn as much pawns as the good characters]] [[MoralEventHorizon when they torture Strawberry Shortcake and leave her for the Woodland Creatures to finish off in a "Blood Orgy." Regardless, the terrorists started the war, not the Evil or the Good characters, who thought each other had started it.]] [[spoiler:Instead, however, the Good characters won the war and [[CruelMercy the Evil characters ended up imprisoned]], making the terrorists' plot AllForNothing (just like if the Evil characters had won), [[BackFromTheDead especially with all Good casualties, especially Strawberry Shortcake, revived by Butters.]] And understandably, no Evil casualties were resurrected.]]battle]].
18th Apr '17 11:39:54 PM Scraggle
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* In-between several recurring villains, [[MonsterOfTheWeek Monsters of the Week]], and personal drama, ''WesternAnimation/RoswellConspiracies'' plays with the concept of a HiddenVillain antagonist for the majority of the series in the form of an enigmatic traitor in the Alliance's ranks that drives much of the most important conflicts of the plot. Towards the end of the series, the BigBad is revealed as none other than [[spoiler:General Rinaker, or rather a Shadoen agent named Wraith taking his place,]] who -- being behind both the disappearance of Nick's father, the corruption of the Alliance, and the various acts of sabotage -- essentially sets up and drives the series' MythArc.
9th Apr '17 12:28:51 AM BigBadTroper
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* The Professor in ''WesternAnimation/HuntikSecretsAndSeekers''.

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* The Professor Betrayer in ''WesternAnimation/HuntikSecretsAndSeekers''.


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* [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Number 9]] in ''WesternAnimation/MyGiantFriend''.
3rd Mar '17 2:06:42 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' had a FiveBadBand led by The Emerald Empress as the most common villain in the first season, in the second season the Big Bad was definately [[GalacticConqueror Imperiex]], even though Imperiex was upstaged by Braniac 1.0.

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* ''WesternAnimation/LegionOfSuperHeroes'' had a FiveBadBand led by The Emerald Empress as the most common villain in the first season, in the second season the Big Bad was definately definitely [[GalacticConqueror Imperiex]], even though Imperiex was upstaged by Braniac 1.0.
3rd Mar '17 2:04:36 AM Vir
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** Season 3: The Overlord again, later known as the Golden Master.

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** Season 3: The Overlord again, later known as who seeks to escape from the digital world and absorb Lloyd's Golden Ninja power to become the Golden Master.
3rd Mar '17 2:03:17 AM Vir
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** Season 5: The Preeminent, with Morro as TheHeavy. The former seeks to escape and unleash a curse on all the 16 realms (of which Ninjago is one). The latter
** Season 6: Nadakhan, who wishes to remake his homeworld Djinjago from pieces of Ninjago, as well as make himself all-powerful.

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** Season 5: The Preeminent, with Morro as TheHeavy. The former seeks to escape and unleash a curse on all the 16 realms (of which Ninjago is one). The latter
latter wants revenge on Sensei Wu for not giving him the title of Green Ninja, and possesses Lloyd, who was given the title instead.
** Season 6: Nadakhan, who wishes to remake his homeworld Djinjago Djinnjago from pieces of Ninjago, as well as make himself all-powerful.
3rd Mar '17 2:00:21 AM Vir
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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}: A staple of the series is to have one main BigBad driving the events of every season.

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}: ''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}'': A staple of the series is to have one main BigBad driving the events of every season.
27th Feb '17 2:52:03 AM LegitimateIdiot
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* ''Franchise/{{Ninjago}}'':
** Pilot: Lord Garmadon
** Season 1: Pythor
** Season 2: Lord Garmadon, up until [[UltimateEvil The Overlord]] takes the position
** Season 3: The Overlord, later known as the Golden Master
** Season 4: Master Chen
** Season 5: The Preeminent, with Morro as TheHeavy
** Season 6: Nadakhan
** Day of the Departed: Sensei Yang

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* ''Franchise/{{Ninjago}}'':
''WesternAnimation/{{Ninjago}}: A staple of the series is to have one main BigBad driving the events of every season.
** Pilot: Lord Garmadon
Garmadon, who aims to obtain the Golden Weapons and escape from the Underworld.
** Season 1: Pythor
Pythor, who unites the Serpentine Tribes in order to unleash the Great Devourer to destroy all of Ninjago.
** Season 2: Lord Garmadon, up until [[UltimateEvil The Overlord]] takes over the position
position.
** Season 3: The Overlord, Overlord again, later known as the Golden Master
Master.
** Season 4: Master Chen
Chen, who aims to absorb every element from the Elemental Masters in order to turn his cult (himself included) into Anacondrai and begin the Second Serpentine War.
** Season 5: The Preeminent, with Morro as TheHeavy
TheHeavy. The former seeks to escape and unleash a curse on all the 16 realms (of which Ninjago is one). The latter
** Season 6: Nadakhan
Nadakhan, who wishes to remake his homeworld Djinjago from pieces of Ninjago, as well as make himself all-powerful.
** Day of the Departed: Sensei YangYang, who temporarily resurrects previously defeated villains to kill the Ninjas in order to take their place among the living.
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