History Characters / GLOtherVillains

6th Aug '16 3:10:45 PM MitchellTF
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* TheWorfEffect: He was pretty easily deposed of by Superboy Prime, though it should be noted that immediately before this he'd been hit with an explosion stated to be powerful enough to obliterate ''an entire galaxy'', so he was hardly at full power. Edit: He wasn't even at full power before that. The explosion was caused by dropping Warworld on him. The reason being, he had started up his anti-matter wave which would have obliterated Earth (and all other earths associated with it since it's the keystone for the multiverse) and re-powered him. His corpse was used by Alexander Luthor to try and restart the multiverse. When that fell through and created the first 52, the Anti-Monitor and the Monitor(s) were brought back since they are intrinsically linked to the multiverse. And even at a fraction of his power, he was soloing the Guardians of the Universe. The entire reason for starting up the AM wave was to finish the battle decisively. The Anti-Monitor gains power by destruction of matter using the AM wave. That's how he got so powerful during COIE.

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* TheWorfEffect: He was pretty easily deposed of by Superboy Prime, though it should be noted that immediately before this he'd been hit with an explosion stated to be powerful enough to obliterate ''an entire galaxy'', so he was hardly at full power. Edit: He wasn't even at full power before that. The explosion power.
* WorfHadTheFlu: Then again, he
was caused by dropping Warworld on him. The reason being, he had started powering up his anti-matter wave which a trick that would have obliterated Earth (and all other earths associated with it since it's the keystone for the multiverse) and re-powered him. His corpse was used by Alexander Luthor to try and restart the multiverse. When that fell through and created the first 52, the Anti-Monitor and the Monitor(s) were brought back since they are intrinsically linked to the multiverse. And even at a fraction of his power, he was soloing the Guardians of the Universe. The entire reason for starting up the AM wave was to finish the battle decisively. The Anti-Monitor gains power by destruction of matter using the AM wave. That's how he got so powerful during COIE.recharged him.
23rd Jul '16 4:12:13 PM MrThorfan64
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* MindControl: A speciality of Krona. In ''JLA/Avengers'' his stronghold is guarded by many of the villains fought by the Justice League and Avengers.


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** Before that the Grandmaster tried to imprison Krona between two universe. This backfired, and almost caused the destruction of both universes.


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* SoreLoser: When he loses his wager with the Grandmaster, meaning he should leave their universe, Krona attacks the Grandmaster and forces the information he seeks out of their mind.
19th Jul '16 2:39:17 AM Morgenthaler
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* DangerouslyGenreSavvy: They (at least used to) routinely paint ''all'' their ships and military hardware yellow, just in case.
23rd Jun '16 8:21:51 PM RJ-19-CLOVIS-93
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* AGodAmI: He desires to remake history and make the universe his plaything.



* TimeAbyss: Has been around since Krona looked into the past, 10 billion years ago.



* EvilCripple: Hector's head is so big his body's almost completely paralyzed, only able to get around through his psychic powers.



** NiceJobBreakingItHero: Well not a hero, but when he wished to view the creation of the universe he merely wished to learn. Instead, it resulted in [[MirrorUniverse the Antimatter Universe]], [[MultiversalConqueror the Anti-Monitor's creation]] and all sorts of horrors on the cosmos.



* TheBrute: Mongul isn't much of a strategist like [[GeniusBruiser his father]], preferring to let his strength do the talking.



** Averted in the New 52, where he straight up ''killed'' his family for tyring to interfere with [[EnfanteTerrible his cruel streak]].



* HateSink: Serves to make [[WellIntentionedExtremist Sinestro]] look good in comparsion by being [[ForTheEvulz a vile monster]].



* SmugSnake

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* SmugSnakeSelfMadeOrphan: In the New 52, he murders his mother and father([[AdaptationalHeroism who's good in this version]]) due to them becoming concerned with [[EnfantTerrible his violent streak]].
* SmugSnake: Mongul is legitimately skilled and one of the strongest [[GalacticConqueror conquerors]] out there, but he's too [[StupidEvil needlessly cruel]] and dismissive of his opponents to be the MagnificentBastard he sees himself as.
17th Jun '16 8:09:10 PM OnePunch
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* AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence: Possible became a sort of New God archetype after having gone through one end of the old source wall and then come out another end of a cosmic cyst, spending millennia growing and evolving within a stretch taking place between eyeblinks at the time.
** [[DeityOfHumanOrigin Deity of Alien Origin]]
* [[AdvancedAncientHumans AdvancedAncientAlien]]: Guy isn't called relic simply for show, he is both on figurative and literal standing regarding this.
** AdvancedAncientAcropolis: What he once hailed from, before it all came to an end [[TheMagicGoesAway due to excessive expenditure]]. Not that he partook of any of it mostly due to its harmful repercussions.


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* ClarkesThirdLaw: Given how the outdated (by his universe's standard) technologies he uses can harness the metaphysical forces of the Electromagnetic Emotional Spectrum. [[SubvertedTrope To a degree]], seeing as Jordan coined how the Red Rings of Rage are {{Magitek}} in nature, potentially useful against his devices.
* FromNobodyToNightmare: Once a humble hermit scientist and [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer black sheep]] of his forgotten reality turned [[IDidWhatIHadToDo dangerous unstoppable zealot]] out to save the universe no matter what the cost nor how many lives lost. [[spoiler: Subverted, he eventually grows out of this.]]


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** KnightTemplar: Wished to save the universe from the folly of overtaxing the Emotional Spectrum like his universe did once long ago, his way of going about it given how he was hut out the first time however, veered him into this category.


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* LostTechnology: Was considered to use this back in the previous universe.


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* SufficientlyAdvancedBambooTechnology: By New-52 standards the machinery is a work of wonders beyond imagining, but in his old universe the machines he utilized which weren't powered by Light were considered archaic in comparison.
* SufficientlyAdvancedAlien: Possibly more so than most any species within the current New Universe given how his machinery can analyze, replicate, emulate or facilitate both matter & energy even better than a Power Battery or the mysitech used to harness emotional energy.
* SufficientlyAnalyzedMagic: Played with, given how his technologies [[AwesomenessbyAnalysis catalog]] any/all forms of emotional energy and repurpose them.
26th May '16 10:05:29 PM DuelMark
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* TheDreaded: Everyone, and I mean ''everyone'' is either dead afraid of him or at least recognizes his threat.

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* TheDreaded: Everyone, and I mean ''everyone'' literally ''everyone'', is either dead afraid of him or at least recognizes his threat.threat. Not even ''ComicBook/{{Darkseid}}'' is willing to stand against him
7th May '16 5:46:10 AM KlawKalash
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* AscendedExtra: Started out in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} as the name of a corrupt Buddhist monk mentioned in connection with the origin of the [[MirrorUniverse Earth-3]] Lantern counterpart Power Ring and then became the name of the annoying consciousness pestering the villain rom within his ring before being reinvented as a major villain in the ComicBook/{{New 52}}.

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* AscendedExtra: Started out in UsefulNotes/{{the Silver Age|of Comic Books}} as the name of a corrupt Buddhist monk mentioned in connection with the origin of the [[MirrorUniverse Earth-3]] Lantern counterpart Power Ring and then became the name of the annoying consciousness pestering the villain rom from within his ring before being reinvented as a major villain in the ComicBook/{{New 52}}.
26th Apr '16 4:48:24 PM Taxima
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* AlternateCompanyCounterpart: His origins makes him one to Marvel's ComicBook/{{Galactus}}. Both are the sole survivors of the previous universe and several times larger than the natives of the current universe.

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* AlternateCompanyCounterpart: AlternateCompanyEquivalent: His origins makes him one to Marvel's ComicBook/{{Galactus}}. Both are the sole survivors of the previous universe and several times larger than the natives of the current universe.
26th Apr '16 4:45:35 PM Taxima
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* AlternateCompanyCounterpart: His origins makes him one to Marvel's ComicBook/{{Galactus}}. Both are the sole survivors of the previous universe and several times larger than the natives of the current universe.
7th Jan '16 8:22:27 PM nombretomado
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Just like Kyle Rayner, Seattle slacker Martin Van Wyck was in the right place at the right time--but instead of getting a power ring from the last Guardian, he was given pyrokinetic powers by their enemies, the Controllers. And unlike Kyle, he didn't use his power to help people--he used it to lash out at a world he felt had walked all over him his entire life. The Controllers, whose Darkstar force had recently become defunct, wanted to create a force more like the Green Lantern Corps, but Effigy was found lacking, so they abandoned him. More than just producing flame, Effigy could shape fire into constructs just like a Green Lantern ring. He was eventually killed by TheSpectre for participating in the murder of ComicBook/MartianManhunter.

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Just like Kyle Rayner, Seattle slacker Martin Van Wyck was in the right place at the right time--but instead of getting a power ring from the last Guardian, he was given pyrokinetic powers by their enemies, the Controllers. And unlike Kyle, he didn't use his power to help people--he used it to lash out at a world he felt had walked all over him his entire life. The Controllers, whose Darkstar force had recently become defunct, wanted to create a force more like the Green Lantern Corps, but Effigy was found lacking, so they abandoned him. More than just producing flame, Effigy could shape fire into constructs just like a Green Lantern ring. He was eventually killed by TheSpectre ComicBook/TheSpectre for participating in the murder of ComicBook/MartianManhunter.
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