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24th Jul '17 12:57:45 AM infernape612
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* Eric Cartman from WesternAnimation/SouthPark has been known to be this on occasions. Despite being an ignorant slob who is shown to have little common sense in many things, he displays an uncanny level of charisma and social savvy. Very often, he is shown to be capable of manipulating ''hordes'' of people into going along with his latest [[ZanyScheme audacious plan]], whether they are aware of it or not, and treat it like sheer ''child's play''. A few shining examples can be found where he staged the utter ruining of a teenager who [[DisproportionateRetribution scammed him out of sixteen bucks]] and manipulating Cthulhu itself.

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* Eric Cartman from WesternAnimation/SouthPark ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark'' has been known to be this on occasions. Despite being an ignorant slob who is shown to have little common sense in many things, he displays an uncanny level of charisma and social savvy. Very often, he is shown to be capable of manipulating ''hordes'' of people into going along with his latest [[ZanyScheme audacious plan]], whether they are aware of it or not, and treat it like sheer ''child's play''. A few shining examples can be found where he staged the utter ruining of a teenager who [[DisproportionateRetribution scammed him out of sixteen bucks]] and manipulating Cthulhu itself.



-->'''Gillette:''' [I'm] confused. If you told every guy the same thing, then they all know that none of them had sex with you, so they're all going to realize that they're all lying.
-->'''Pam:''' Hey, yeah!
-->'''Random office guy outside door:''' Wait a minute...
-->'''Lana:''' But remember: They're ''dudes''.
-->'''Second random office guy outside door:''' What?
-->'''First random office guy:''' Uh... I had sex with Lana.
-->'''Second random office guy:''' Me too.
-->'''Gillette:''' Lana Kane, you magnificent bastard.

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-->'''Gillette:''' [I'm] confused. If you told every guy the same thing, then they all know that none of them had sex with you, so they're all going to realize that they're all lying.
-->'''Pam:'''
lying.\\
'''Pam:'''
Hey, yeah!
-->'''Random
yeah!\\
'''Random
office guy outside door:''' Wait a minute...
-->'''Lana:'''
minute...\\
'''Lana:'''
But remember: They're ''dudes''.
-->'''Second
''dudes''.\\
'''Second
random office guy outside door:''' What?
-->'''First
What?\\
'''First
random office guy:''' Uh... I had sex with Lana. \n-->'''Second \\
'''Second
random office guy:''' Me too.
-->'''Gillette:'''
too.\\
'''Gillette:'''
Lana Kane, you magnificent bastard.



* In "WesternAnimation/TronUprising", General Tessler. Legitimately, his tactics should earn him a ZeroPercentApprovalRating, but his AffablyEvil persona and carefully cultivated bag of half-truths leave Beck as a HeroWithBadPublicity, and earned him the loyalty of Paige [[spoiler: even after he slaughtered her friends from the medcenter]].

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* In "WesternAnimation/TronUprising", ''WesternAnimation/TronUprising'', General Tessler. Legitimately, his tactics should earn him a ZeroPercentApprovalRating, but his AffablyEvil persona and carefully cultivated bag of half-truths leave Beck as a HeroWithBadPublicity, and earned him the loyalty of Paige [[spoiler: even after he slaughtered her friends from the medcenter]].
24th Jul '17 12:53:42 AM infernape612
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-->''"Yes!"''
-->--[[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}} David Xanatos]] does it again

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-->''"Yes!"''
-->--[[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}
->''"Yes!"''
-->--'''[[WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}
David Xanatos]] Xanatos]]''' does it again
16th Jul '17 1:44:27 PM ANewMan
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' we have the evil, slick, cool-headed [[Film/AmericanPsycho Patrick Bateman]]-esque monster known only as "Toffee". First he gets [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]] to hire him simply by making him believe that he did hire him, and proceeds to advise a fairly competent Evil Plan that's clearly truly intended to test the capabilities of both Star and her wand. He then [[TheChessmaster skillfully manipulates the events]] of "Mewnipendance Day" resulting in Ludo firing Buff Frog. Furthermore, [[ManipulativeBastard he manipulated Ludo's army into throwing Ludo out after a situation arranged as to make Ludo look especially bad]], and becomes their leader instead. And it's implied that he'd been waiting a while for Ludo to put on the display of weakness he needed to convince the monsters to rebel. During all this time he also made sure to stay out of Star's way so that she wouldn't notice him, and the fact that Marco and Star aren't even aware of his existence until the season 1 finale proves he's savvy enough to keep himself a secret. At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler: Toffee gets what he wants: the wand is destroyed, and is only partially reformed thanks to a heroic unicorn, but with one broken shard still missing. The broken shard, and the skeletal remains of Toffee's hand, form a new wand which Ludo finds. Toffee then manipulates Ludo through the fragment and eventually [[DemonicPossession takes over his body]]. And with him now controlling the wand, he's able to [[TheWorfEffect beat down the most powerful magic users in the land with ease]], draining their magic, and becoming TheJuggernaut in the course of 1 episode.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' we have the evil, slick, cool-headed [[Film/AmericanPsycho Patrick Bateman]]-esque monster known only as "Toffee".Toffee. First he gets [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]] to hire him simply by making him believe that he did hire him, and proceeds to advise a fairly competent Evil Plan that's clearly truly intended to test the capabilities of both Star and her wand. He then [[TheChessmaster skillfully manipulates the events]] of "Mewnipendance Day" resulting in Ludo firing Buff Frog. Furthermore, [[ManipulativeBastard he manipulated Ludo's army into throwing Ludo out after a situation arranged as to make Ludo look especially bad]], and becomes their leader instead. And it's implied that he'd been waiting a while for Ludo to put on the display of weakness he needed to convince the monsters to rebel. During all this time he also made sure to stay out of Star's way so that she wouldn't notice him, and the fact that Marco and Star aren't even aware of his existence until the season 1 finale proves he's savvy enough to keep himself a secret. At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler: Toffee gets what he wants: the wand is destroyed, and is only partially reformed thanks to a heroic unicorn, but with one broken shard still missing. The broken shard, and the skeletal remains of Toffee's hand, form a new wand which Ludo finds. Toffee then manipulates Ludo through the fragment and eventually [[DemonicPossession takes over his body]]. And with him now controlling the wand, he's able to [[TheWorfEffect beat down the most powerful magic users in the land with ease]], draining their magic, and becoming TheJuggernaut in the course of 1 episode. Not only that, but he'd taken ownership of the spell book away from Ludo, fully counting on Ludo getting so enraged by his inability to use the book that he burns it, which is exactly what ends up happening. Afterwards he has Ludo ravage the kingdom of Mewni with his rat army and take over Butterfly Castle, luring Star to them so that the wand can be cleaved back together and give Toffee all of Mewni's magic, but when Star instead casts the Whispering Spell to destroy Ludo's wand, sealing herself into the space where Toffee is, Toffee improvises and, speaking through Ludo, coerces Queen Moon into giving him back his finger so that he can fully regenerate himself, but he doesn't return Star to life like he promised he would. With no more magic to be used against him and his revenge on Moon seemingly taken, Toffee would now presumably raise a new army of monsters to conquer a land already in shambles from his actions. Had Star not come back more powerful than ever and destroyed Toffee for good, he would have won.]]
10th Jul '17 7:28:27 PM WKennedy334
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* Megabyte from ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot''. The [[EvilSoundsDeep low]], [[EvilBrit British]] baritone voice of Creator/TonyJay certainly helps, but this is one of the few cartoon villains that has never suffered from any sort of VillainDecay, and is actually considered more dangerous as the series progresses. His most magnificent moment (besides the guitar duel) is when he took advantage of the web invasion and subsequent EnemyMine situation to strand Bob, Mainframe's champion, in the web. While Daemon is more powerful and dangerous, Megabyte's return in season 4 evoked much more fear from the main cast. What makes this so Magnificent is how his dispatching of Bob is so ''un''-magnificent. He shoves him and presses a button. Dead easy. It also helps that [[spoiler:judging by the season four cliffhanger, ''[[TheBadGuyWins he wins]]'']].

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* Megabyte from ''WesternAnimation/ReBoot''. The [[EvilSoundsDeep low]], [[EvilBrit British]] baritone voice of Creator/TonyJay certainly helps, but this is one of the few cartoon villains that has never suffered from any sort of VillainDecay, and is actually considered more dangerous as the series progresses. progresses.
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His most magnificent moment (besides the guitar duel) is when he took advantage of the web invasion and subsequent EnemyMine situation to [[spoiler:to strand Bob, Mainframe's champion, in the web. web]].
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While Daemon is more powerful and dangerous, Megabyte's return in season 4 evoked much more fear from the main cast. What makes this so Magnificent is how his dispatching of Bob is so ''un''-magnificent. He shoves him and presses a button. Dead easy. It also helps that [[spoiler:judging by the season four cliffhanger, ''[[TheBadGuyWins he wins]]'']].
2nd Jul '17 11:59:30 AM Eddy1215
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** Queen Chrysalis is a more straightforward example. [[spoiler:She shapeshifts into the exact lookalike of Princess Cadence in order to marry then bump off Prince Shining Armor]] so that she can rule Equestria. She's also an EmotionEater who possesses the ability to gain power from other people's love. [[spoiler: She intentionally invokes CassandraTruth. Only ever acting OutOfCharacter when Twilight is around, and making sure to get on Twilight's friends' good side whenever she's absent. Not only that, her "OutOfCharacter" moments are so subtle InUniverse that only Twilight would notice. And she makes sure to have the excuse of "wedding stress" to fall back on in case anyone else calls her out. This serves to successfully paint Twilight as paranoid and jealous. Isolating her from her friends and potentially rendering The Elements of Harmony (AKA The Ponies "Fix All The Things" button) useless since they need all SIX bearers to function. She even let's Twilight see her brainwashing Shining Armour [[BatmanGambit knowing that this will cause Twilight to freak out and give Chrysalis even more ammo to paint Twilight as rude and paranoid]]. And if that didn't work, she had the backup plan of sending a part of her army to fight the Bearers [[KansasCityShuffle while the rest of her army secures the Elements themselves]]]] Another obstacle to usurpation that Chrysalis surpassed was Shining Armour and his shield spell, which could conveniently block all threats out of Canterlot. This was a spell that neither Luna, nor Celestia could accomplish. How do you overcome such an obstacle? Oh I dunno, how about [[spoiler: impersonating his fiancé and sucking all his energy away]]? Keep your enemies close after all. not only that, she's also intentionally invokes EvilGloating to buy her army enough time to break through Shining Armour's shield spell. Chrysalis's plan was almost perfect, taking out her biggest threats from most to least.

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** Queen Chrysalis is a more straightforward example. [[spoiler:She shapeshifts into the exact lookalike of Princess Cadence in order to marry then bump off Prince Shining Armor]] so that she can rule Equestria. She's also an EmotionEater who possesses the ability to gain power from other people's love. [[spoiler: She intentionally invokes CassandraTruth. Only ever acting OutOfCharacter when Twilight is around, and making sure to get on Twilight's friends' good side whenever she's absent. Not only that, her "OutOfCharacter" moments are so subtle InUniverse that only Twilight would notice. And she makes sure to have the excuse of "wedding stress" to fall back on in case anyone else calls her out. This serves to successfully paint Twilight as paranoid and jealous. Isolating her from her friends and potentially rendering The Elements of Harmony (AKA The Ponies "Fix All The Things" button) useless since they need all SIX bearers to function. She even let's Twilight see her brainwashing Shining Armour [[BatmanGambit knowing that this will cause Twilight to freak out and give Chrysalis even more ammo to paint Twilight as rude and paranoid]]. And if that didn't work, she had the backup plan of sending a part of her army to fight the Bearers [[KansasCityShuffle while the rest of her army secures the Elements themselves]]]] Another obstacle to usurpation that Chrysalis surpassed was Shining Armour and his shield spell, which could conveniently block all threats out of Canterlot. This was a spell that neither Luna, nor Celestia could accomplish. How do you overcome such an obstacle? Oh I dunno, how about [[spoiler: impersonating his fiancé and sucking all his energy away]]? Keep your enemies close after all. not Not only that, she's she also intentionally invokes EvilGloating to buy her army enough time to break through Shining Armour's shield spell. Chrysalis's plan was almost perfect, taking out her biggest threats from most to least.
2nd Jul '17 11:29:28 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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** Queen Chrysalis is a more straightforward example. [[spoiler:She shapeshifts into the exact lookalike of Princess Cadence in order to marry then bump off Prince Shining Armor]] so that she can rule Equestria. She's also an EmotionEater who possesses the ability to gain power from other people's love. [[spoiler: She intentionally invokes CassandraTruth. Only ever acting OutOfCharacter when Twilight is around, and making sure to get on Twilight's friends' good side whenever she's absent. Not only that, her "OutOfCharacter" moments are so subtle InUniverse that only Twilight would notice. And she makes sure to have the excuse of "wedding stress" to fall back on in case anyone else calls her out. This serves to successfully paint Twilight as paranoid and jealous. Isolating her from her friends and potentially rendering The Elements of Harmony (AKA The Ponies "Fix All The Things" button) useless since they need all SIX bearers to function. She even let's Twilight see her brainwashing Shining Armour [[BatmanGambit knowing that this will cause Twilight to freak out and give Chrysalis even more ammo to paint Twilight as rude and paranoid]]. And if that didn't work, she had the backup plan of sending a part of her army to fight the Bearers [[KansasCityShuffle while the rest of her army secures the Elements themselves]]]] Another obstacle to usurpation that Chrysalis surpassed was Shining Armour and his shield spell, which could conveniently block all threats out of Canterlot. This was a spell that neither Luna, nor Celestia could accomplish. How do you overcome such an obstacle? Oh I dunno, how about [[spoiler: impersonating his fiancé and sucking all his energy away]]? Keep your enemies close after all. not only that, she's also GenreSavvy enough to intentionally invoke EvilGloating to buy her army enough time to break through Shining Armour's shield spell. Chrysalis's plan was almost perfect, taking out her biggest threats from most to least.

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** Queen Chrysalis is a more straightforward example. [[spoiler:She shapeshifts into the exact lookalike of Princess Cadence in order to marry then bump off Prince Shining Armor]] so that she can rule Equestria. She's also an EmotionEater who possesses the ability to gain power from other people's love. [[spoiler: She intentionally invokes CassandraTruth. Only ever acting OutOfCharacter when Twilight is around, and making sure to get on Twilight's friends' good side whenever she's absent. Not only that, her "OutOfCharacter" moments are so subtle InUniverse that only Twilight would notice. And she makes sure to have the excuse of "wedding stress" to fall back on in case anyone else calls her out. This serves to successfully paint Twilight as paranoid and jealous. Isolating her from her friends and potentially rendering The Elements of Harmony (AKA The Ponies "Fix All The Things" button) useless since they need all SIX bearers to function. She even let's Twilight see her brainwashing Shining Armour [[BatmanGambit knowing that this will cause Twilight to freak out and give Chrysalis even more ammo to paint Twilight as rude and paranoid]]. And if that didn't work, she had the backup plan of sending a part of her army to fight the Bearers [[KansasCityShuffle while the rest of her army secures the Elements themselves]]]] Another obstacle to usurpation that Chrysalis surpassed was Shining Armour and his shield spell, which could conveniently block all threats out of Canterlot. This was a spell that neither Luna, nor Celestia could accomplish. How do you overcome such an obstacle? Oh I dunno, how about [[spoiler: impersonating his fiancé and sucking all his energy away]]? Keep your enemies close after all. not only that, she's also GenreSavvy enough to intentionally invoke invokes EvilGloating to buy her army enough time to break through Shining Armour's shield spell. Chrysalis's plan was almost perfect, taking out her biggest threats from most to least.



* Surprisingly enough, The Riddler of the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' universe tiptoes around this trope. Especially in his StartOfDarkness episode, he shows several traits of magnificent bastardry: he [[BatmanGambit delivers an ominous riddle to his former boss knowing he'll come after him, and forcing Batman to choose between Robin's life and said boss', knows the hero will choose the former]]; he [[GenreSavvy has the dynamic duo leave their utility belts behind]]; and finally, even though his plan is thwarted, manages to [[TheBadGuyWins avoid capture and emotionally scar his target forever.]] And in his third and last episode, he almost kills Batman! Two times out of three, the Caped Crusader is able to overcome his adversary thanks to some convenient object at his disposal (namely a micro-computer and an explosion-resistant safe). And to top it all off, he's voiced by Lionel Luthor himself, John Glover!

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* Surprisingly enough, The Riddler of the ''WesternAnimation/BatmanTheAnimatedSeries'' universe tiptoes around this trope. Especially in his StartOfDarkness episode, he shows several traits of magnificent bastardry: he [[BatmanGambit delivers an ominous riddle to his former boss knowing he'll come after him, and forcing Batman to choose between Robin's life and said boss', knows the hero will choose the former]]; he [[GenreSavvy has the dynamic duo leave their utility belts behind]]; behind; and finally, even though his plan is thwarted, manages to [[TheBadGuyWins avoid capture and emotionally scar his target forever.]] And in his third and last episode, he almost kills Batman! Two times out of three, the Caped Crusader is able to overcome his adversary thanks to some convenient object at his disposal (namely a micro-computer and an explosion-resistant safe). And to top it all off, he's voiced by Lionel Luthor himself, John Glover!
18th Jun '17 11:37:48 AM nombretomado
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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' we have the evil, slick, cool-headed [[AmericanPsycho Patrick Bateman]]-esque monster known only as "Toffee". First he gets [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]] to hire him simply by making him believe that he did hire him, and proceeds to advise a fairly competent Evil Plan that's clearly truly intended to test the capabilities of both Star and her wand. He then [[TheChessmaster skillfully manipulates the events]] of "Mewnipendance Day" resulting in Ludo firing Buff Frog. Furthermore, [[ManipulativeBastard he manipulated Ludo's army into throwing Ludo out after a situation arranged as to make Ludo look especially bad]], and becomes their leader instead. And it's implied that he'd been waiting a while for Ludo to put on the display of weakness he needed to convince the monsters to rebel. During all this time he also made sure to stay out of Star's way so that she wouldn't notice him, and the fact that Marco and Star aren't even aware of his existence until the season 1 finale proves he's savvy enough to keep himself a secret. At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler: Toffee gets what he wants: the wand is destroyed, and is only partially reformed thanks to a heroic unicorn, but with one broken shard still missing. The broken shard, and the skeletal remains of Toffee's hand, form a new wand which Ludo finds. Toffee then manipulates Ludo through the fragment and eventually [[DemonicPossession takes over his body]]. And with him now controlling the wand, he's able to [[TheWorfEffect beat down the most powerful magic users in the land with ease]], draining their magic, and becoming TheJuggernaut in the course of 1 episode.]]

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* In ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' we have the evil, slick, cool-headed [[AmericanPsycho [[Film/AmericanPsycho Patrick Bateman]]-esque monster known only as "Toffee". First he gets [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]] to hire him simply by making him believe that he did hire him, and proceeds to advise a fairly competent Evil Plan that's clearly truly intended to test the capabilities of both Star and her wand. He then [[TheChessmaster skillfully manipulates the events]] of "Mewnipendance Day" resulting in Ludo firing Buff Frog. Furthermore, [[ManipulativeBastard he manipulated Ludo's army into throwing Ludo out after a situation arranged as to make Ludo look especially bad]], and becomes their leader instead. And it's implied that he'd been waiting a while for Ludo to put on the display of weakness he needed to convince the monsters to rebel. During all this time he also made sure to stay out of Star's way so that she wouldn't notice him, and the fact that Marco and Star aren't even aware of his existence until the season 1 finale proves he's savvy enough to keep himself a secret. At the end of Season 1, [[spoiler: Toffee gets what he wants: the wand is destroyed, and is only partially reformed thanks to a heroic unicorn, but with one broken shard still missing. The broken shard, and the skeletal remains of Toffee's hand, form a new wand which Ludo finds. Toffee then manipulates Ludo through the fragment and eventually [[DemonicPossession takes over his body]]. And with him now controlling the wand, he's able to [[TheWorfEffect beat down the most powerful magic users in the land with ease]], draining their magic, and becoming TheJuggernaut in the course of 1 episode.]]
16th Jun '17 10:14:26 AM Zeiram1990
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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. She managed to [[spoiler:conquer Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''. [[spoiler:However ultimately her magnificence is short-lived and all of her accomplishments are rendered a moot point. Despite her cunning, she ''EvilCannotComprehendGood couldn't understand the basic concepts of good'' by ''MachiavelliWasWrong mistreating her allies, causing them to betray her''. This in turn caused her to suffer a ''massive'' VillainousBreakdown, and ''HumiliationConga eventually suffer defeat at the hands of Katara and Zuko''. Meanwhile her uncle liberates Ba Sing Se and her father is defeated by the Avatar. Karma's a bitch, ain't it?]]

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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. She managed to [[spoiler:conquer Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''. [[spoiler:However ultimately her magnificence is short-lived and all of her accomplishments are rendered a moot point. Despite her cunning, she ''EvilCannotComprehendGood [[EvilCannotComprehendGood couldn't understand the basic concepts of good'' good]] by ''MachiavelliWasWrong [[MachiavelliWasWrong mistreating her allies, causing them to betray her''. her]]. This in turn caused her to suffer a ''massive'' VillainousBreakdown, and ''HumiliationConga [[HumiliationConga eventually suffer defeat at the hands of Katara and Zuko''.Zuko]]. Meanwhile her uncle liberates Ba Sing Se and her father is defeated by the Avatar. Karma's a bitch, ain't it?]]
16th Jun '17 10:13:02 AM Zeiram1990
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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. She managed to [[spoiler:conquer Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''. [[spoiler:However ultimately her magnificence is short-lived and all of her accomplishments are rendered a moot point. Despite her cunning, she [EvilCannotComprehendGood couldn't understand the basic concepts of good]] by [[MachiavelliWasWrong mistreating her allies, causing them to betray her]]. This in turn caused her to suffer a ''massive'' VillainousBreakdown, and [[HumiliationConga eventually suffer defeat at the hands of Katara and Zuko]]. Meanwhile her uncle liberates Ba Sing Se and her father is defeated by the Avatar. Karma's a bitch, ain't it?]]

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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. She managed to [[spoiler:conquer Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''. [[spoiler:However ultimately her magnificence is short-lived and all of her accomplishments are rendered a moot point. Despite her cunning, she [EvilCannotComprehendGood ''EvilCannotComprehendGood couldn't understand the basic concepts of good]] good'' by [[MachiavelliWasWrong ''MachiavelliWasWrong mistreating her allies, causing them to betray her]]. her''. This in turn caused her to suffer a ''massive'' VillainousBreakdown, and [[HumiliationConga ''HumiliationConga eventually suffer defeat at the hands of Katara and Zuko]].Zuko''. Meanwhile her uncle liberates Ba Sing Se and her father is defeated by the Avatar. Karma's a bitch, ain't it?]]
16th Jun '17 10:10:58 AM Zeiram1990
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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. Her CrowningMomentOfAwesome was [[spoiler:conquering Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''.

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* [[TheDragon Princess Azula]] from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender''. She's a sociopathic firebending prodigy, but she does it with such ''style'' and [[TheChessmaster planning]] that you can't help but admire her (but hopefully not [[DracoInLeatherPants too much]]). She manipulates everyone around her, including her own brother, and her plans in the second season require her to out-maneuver another [[TheChessmaster Chessmaster]], Long Feng, which she does, effortlessly. Her CrowningMomentOfAwesome was [[spoiler:conquering She managed to [[spoiler:conquer Ba Sing Se, and by extension the whole Earth Kingdom, by taking advantage of the political instability with only her wits and two (non-Bender) friends and, in the process, nearly killing Aang with a lightning blast ''in the middle of his TransformationSequence'' in the second season finale.]] She's only ''14''. [[spoiler:However ultimately her magnificence is short-lived and all of her accomplishments are rendered a moot point. Despite her cunning, she [EvilCannotComprehendGood couldn't understand the basic concepts of good]] by [[MachiavelliWasWrong mistreating her allies, causing them to betray her]]. This in turn caused her to suffer a ''massive'' VillainousBreakdown, and [[HumiliationConga eventually suffer defeat at the hands of Katara and Zuko]]. Meanwhile her uncle liberates Ba Sing Se and her father is defeated by the Avatar. Karma's a bitch, ain't it?]]
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