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3rd Feb '18 10:54:52 AM nombretomado
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* Dr. Rocket of ''Webcomic/TheSuperFogeys'': a CardCarryingVillain who [[ImAHumanitarian eats barbecued orphans]] and will feed your eyeballs to his pet bunny rabbit if you tick him off. Also, he uses an expy of MySpace to promote his world domination plans. What more do you want?

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* Dr. Rocket of ''Webcomic/TheSuperFogeys'': a CardCarryingVillain who [[ImAHumanitarian eats barbecued orphans]] and will feed your eyeballs to his pet bunny rabbit if you tick him off. Also, he uses an expy of MySpace Website/MySpace to promote his world domination plans. What more do you want?
16th Dec '17 8:27:09 AM ironballs16
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--->'''Deus''': A few billions in, dozens of billions out long-term. Most executives only care about the next quarter. They lack vision. [[http://grrlpowercomic.com/archives/1956 I plan in decades]].
16th Dec '17 8:24:45 AM ironballs16
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** ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' also brings us Deus, who is very much a Magnificent Bastard. He is a character that is entirely [[ItsAllAboutMe in for himself]], believing that greed is the reason for life itself, and he has taken over a small African country by assassinating the warlord, and then convincing the warlord's son to ally with him. That said, like [[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} David Xanatos]], knows the value of PragmaticVillainy, even chastising another villain for being a BadBoss willing to sacrifice henchmen whereas he rewards his for a job well done.

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** ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' also brings us Deus, who is very much a Magnificent Bastard. He is a character that is entirely [[ItsAllAboutMe in for himself]], believing that greed is the reason for life itself, and he has taken over a small African country by assassinating the warlord, and then convincing the warlord's son to ally with him. That said, like [[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} David Xanatos]], he knows the value of PragmaticVillainy, even chastising another villain for being a BadBoss willing to sacrifice henchmen whereas he rewards his for a job well done.
16th Dec '17 8:24:36 AM ironballs16
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* Deus, also from ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' is very much a Magnificent Bastard. He is a character that is entirely in for himself, believing that greed is the reason for life itself, and he has taken over a small African country by assassinating the warlord, and then convincing the warlord's son to ally with him.

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* Deus, also from ** ''Webcomic/GrrlPower'' also brings us Deus, who is very much a Magnificent Bastard. He is a character that is entirely [[ItsAllAboutMe in for himself, himself]], believing that greed is the reason for life itself, and he has taken over a small African country by assassinating the warlord, and then convincing the warlord's son to ally with him.him. That said, like [[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} David Xanatos]], knows the value of PragmaticVillainy, even chastising another villain for being a BadBoss willing to sacrifice henchmen whereas he rewards his for a job well done.
26th Jul '17 2:18:29 PM Rytex
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* Hat Guy from ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''.

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* Black Hat Guy from ''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}''.''Webcomic/{{xkcd}}'' and his girlfriend, who consistently OutGambit everyone (including each other) just to troll people. [[https://xkcd.com/498/ Case in point, his escape from Congress.]]
12th Jul '17 2:27:18 PM VVK
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* Koon Aguero Agnis from ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' strolls into the Tower with laid-back confidence that he's going to make it to the top, and proceeds to show he's more than cunning enough to succeed. He's ruthless and manipulative but loyal to his friends. If you're going up against him, nothing is usually as it seems, and he's usually the head of any team he's in. When his team was given the impossible challenge of escaping a superhuman Ranker[[note]]someone who has reached the top level of the Tower[[/note]] in a maze, he made a plan to defeat the Ranker instead. His team enacted a number of less and less obvious deceptions for the Ranker to notice to manipulate him to the point that, with the final deception that he didn't see coming, they ''could'' have won -- and then Koon handed him the victory instead because his own goals were more complicated than winning. And when people who saw this thought they found out his real goals, well, they were still thinking too simply.

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* Koon Aguero Agnis from ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' strolls into the Tower with laid-back confidence that he's going to make it to the top, and proceeds to show he's more than cunning enough to succeed. He's ruthless and manipulative but loyal to his friends. If you're going up against him, nothing is usually as it seems, and he's usually the head of any team he's in. When his team was given the impossible challenge of escaping a superhuman Ranker[[note]]someone who has reached the top level of the Tower[[/note]] in a maze, he made a plan to defeat the Ranker instead. His team enacted a number of less and less obvious deceptions for the Ranker to notice to manipulate him to the point that, with the final deception that he didn't see coming, they ''could'' have won -- and then Koon handed him the victory instead because his own goals were more complicated than winning. And when people who saw this thought they had just found out his real goals, well, they were still ''still'' thinking too simply.
12th Jul '17 2:26:18 PM VVK
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* Koon Aguero Agnis from ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' strolls into the Tower with laid-back confidence that he's going to make it to the top, and proceeds to show he's more than cunning enough to succeed. He's ruthless and manipulative but loyal to his friends. If you're going up against him, nothing is usually as it seems, and he's usually the head of any team he's in. When his team was given the impossible challenge of escaping a superhuman Ranker[[note]]someone who has reached the top level of the Tower[[/note]] in a maze, he made a plan to defeat the Ranker instead. His team enacted a number of less and less obvious deceptions for the Ranker to notice to manipulate him to the point that, with the final deception that he didn't see coming, they ''could'' have won -- and then Koon handed him the victory instead because his own goals were more complicated than winning. Even after that point, they weren't what they then seemed to be.

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* Koon Aguero Agnis from ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' strolls into the Tower with laid-back confidence that he's going to make it to the top, and proceeds to show he's more than cunning enough to succeed. He's ruthless and manipulative but loyal to his friends. If you're going up against him, nothing is usually as it seems, and he's usually the head of any team he's in. When his team was given the impossible challenge of escaping a superhuman Ranker[[note]]someone who has reached the top level of the Tower[[/note]] in a maze, he made a plan to defeat the Ranker instead. His team enacted a number of less and less obvious deceptions for the Ranker to notice to manipulate him to the point that, with the final deception that he didn't see coming, they ''could'' have won -- and then Koon handed him the victory instead because his own goals were more complicated than winning. Even after that point, And when people who saw this thought they weren't what found out his real goals, well, they then seemed to be.were still thinking too simply.
12th Jul '17 2:24:08 PM VVK
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* Koon Aguero Agnis from ''WebComic/TowerOfGod'' strolls into the Tower with laid-back confidence that he's going to make it to the top, and proceeds to show he's more than cunning enough to succeed. He's ruthless and manipulative but loyal to his friends. If you're going up against him, nothing is usually as it seems, and he's usually the head of any team he's in. When his team was given the impossible challenge of escaping a superhuman Ranker[[note]]someone who has reached the top level of the Tower[[/note]] in a maze, he made a plan to defeat the Ranker instead. His team enacted a number of less and less obvious deceptions for the Ranker to notice to manipulate him to the point that, with the final deception that he didn't see coming, they ''could'' have won -- and then Koon handed him the victory instead because his own goals were more complicated than winning. Even after that point, they weren't what they then seemed to be.
16th May '17 5:28:56 PM nombretomado
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* Nickolai Alaric of TwoKinds. He played XanatosSpeedChess so well that even [[spoiler:his own death]] couldn't derail his plot, and was indeed factored in as a controlled variable. All to right a wrong against his best friend. Not to mention he's a charismatic, likable rat bastard, too.

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* Nickolai Alaric of TwoKinds.''Webcomic/TwoKinds''. He played XanatosSpeedChess so well that even [[spoiler:his own death]] couldn't derail his plot, and was indeed factored in as a controlled variable. All to right a wrong against his best friend. Not to mention he's a charismatic, likable rat bastard, too.
9th May '17 11:18:09 PM Golondrina
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* Seth from ''{{Sorcery 101}}'' definitely counts. At one point, he ''fingered'' a woman he was fighting. While she had the heel of one of her stilettos ''lodged in his skull.''

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* Seth from ''{{Sorcery ''Webcomic/{{Sorcery 101}}'' definitely counts. At one point, he ''fingered'' a woman he was fighting. While she had the heel of one of her stilettos ''lodged in his skull.''
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