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18th Aug '17 6:25:56 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''Anime/{{Shinzo}}'': Both seasons had a different Big Bad, but season 1 also had the so-called Enterran Generals who were essentially mini-bosses working for the first Big Bad.
15th Aug '17 12:10:37 PM lalalei2001
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* ''Videogame/YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction'' has Bandit Keith and the Neo Ghouls, who invade the town of Domino for a few chapters before moving back to the main threat, Pegasus and Reshef.

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* ''Videogame/YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction'' ''VideoGame/YuGiOhReshefOfDestruction'' has Bandit Keith and the Neo Ghouls, who invade the town of Domino for a few chapters before moving back to the main threat, Pegasus and Reshef.
11th Aug '17 7:42:33 PM TheJ0ker
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** ''From Ashes'' features Rebecca Napier, former [[{{Superhero}} Maverick]] and current [[PrivateMilitaryContractors PMC]] [[HairTriggerTemper nut]][[KnightTemplar job]], is this for ''From Ashes''.

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** ''From Ashes'' features Rebecca Napier, former [[{{Superhero}} Maverick]] and current [[PrivateMilitaryContractors PMC]] [[HairTriggerTemper nut]][[KnightTemplar job]], is this for ''From Ashes''.job]].
11th Aug '17 7:41:57 PM TheJ0ker
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* ''Literature/{{Mavericks}}'':
** ''From Ashes'' features Rebecca Napier, former [[{{Superhero}} Maverick]] and current [[PrivateMilitaryContractors PMC]] [[HairTriggerTemper nut]][[KnightTemplar job]], is this for ''From Ashes''.
27th Jun '17 5:57:44 AM BoukenDutch
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* Anime/MarvelDiskWarsTheAvengers:
** Loki
** Red Skull
** Ultron
** Dormammu, with Loki [[DemotedToDragon as his dragon]]
** [[spoiler:Loki again for the GrandFinale]]
24th Jun '17 3:21:34 PM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* ''VideoGame/Persona5'': The first few months of the game has you finding a series of new corrupt target for the heroes' HeelFaceBrainwashing. And while you begin to learn TheConspiracy has been messing with the MentalWorld of the Palace as well, your targets aren't actual members of the group, and are by design acting on their own personal twisted desires.

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* ''VideoGame/Persona5'': The first few several months of the game has you finding a series of new corrupt target for the heroes' HeelFaceBrainwashing. And while you begin to eventually learn that TheConspiracy has been messing with the MentalWorld of the Palace [[MentalWorld Metaverse]] as well, it's not until near the end that your targets aren't actual members of team directly takes the group, and are by design acting on their own personal twisted desires.fight to them.
24th Jun '17 7:52:30 AM mario0987
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** Season 1: Regina as the BigBad for the entire season, with Mr. Gold / Rumpelstiltskin being the GreaterScopeVillain.
** Season 2: Cora as the BigBad for most of the season, replaced by Greg and Tamara in the last few episodes.
** Season 3A: [[AdaptationalVillainy Peter Pan]] as the BigBad. [[spoiler: He's also the GreaterScopeVillain for much of the show, due to his actions indirectly influencing many of the previous Big Bads.]]
** Season 3B: The Wicked Witch of the West as the BigBad.
** Season 4A: The Snow Queen as the BigBad.
** Season 4B: The Queens of Darkness are a BigBadDuumvirate along with [[FaceHeelTurn Rumpelstilskin]] (although Maleficent is considered the most prominent member and de facto leader). Halfway through the arc, [[spoiler:Isaac the Author emerges as a GreaterScopeVillain for much of the events of the show up to this point, however he doesn't take the BigBad mantle until the final three episodes with the Queens dispersed (In order: Ursula gone home with her father, Cruella deceased, and Maleficent ditching the group and eventually deciding to form an EnemyMine with the heroes), Zelena captured, and Gold weakening over time and relying on Isaac]].

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** Season 1: Regina as the BigBad for the entire season, with Mr. Gold / Rumpelstiltskin being the GreaterScopeVillain.
** Season 2: Cora as the BigBad for most of the season, replaced by Greg and Tamara in the last few episodes.
** Season 3A: [[AdaptationalVillainy Peter Pan]] as the BigBad.Pan]]. [[spoiler: He's also the GreaterScopeVillain for much of the show, due to his actions indirectly influencing many of the previous Big Bads.]]
** Season 3B: The Wicked Witch of the West as the BigBad.
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** Season 4A: The Snow Queen as the BigBad.
** Season 4B: The Queens of Darkness are a BigBadDuumvirate along with
and [[FaceHeelTurn Rumpelstilskin]] (although Rumpelstilskin]].
** Season 4B:
Maleficent is considered the most prominent member and de facto leader). Rumpelstilskin with Ursula and Cruella acting as CoDragons. Halfway through the arc, [[spoiler:Isaac the Author emerges as a GreaterScopeVillain for much of the events of the show up to this point, however he doesn't take the BigBad mantle until the final three episodes with the Queens dispersed (In order: Ursula gone home with her father, Cruella deceased, and Maleficent ditching the group and eventually deciding to form an EnemyMine with the heroes), Zelena captured, and Gold weakening over time and relying on Isaac]].everyone else dispersed]].



** Season 5B: Hades as the BigBad.
** Season 6: Mr. Hyde [[spoiler: actually a DiscOneFinalBoss]] and the Evil Queen, now a separate entity from Regina. [[spoiler: Gideon (the adult son of Gold and Belle) replaces [[DiscOneFinalBoss the Queen]] in Episode 10, only for TheReveal in Episode 16 to show that his grandmother [[TheManBehindTheMan the Black Fairy]] has been pulling his strings the whole time and he is only ForcedIntoEvil. Taken UpToEleven when it's revealed that she created the Dark Curse and is arguably the BigBad for the entire show.]]

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** Season 5B: Hades as the BigBad.
Hades.
** Season 6: 6A: Mr. Hyde [[spoiler: actually a DiscOneFinalBoss]] and the Evil Queen, now a separate entity from Regina.
** Season 6B:
[[spoiler: Gideon (the adult son of Gold and Belle) replaces [[DiscOneFinalBoss the Queen]] in Episode 10, only for TheReveal in Episode 16 to show that his grandmother [[TheManBehindTheMan the Black Fairy]] has been pulling his strings the whole time and he is only ForcedIntoEvil. Taken UpToEleven when it's revealed that she created the Dark Curse and is arguably the BigBad for the entire show.]]



* [[spoiler: Grubba]] in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'''s Chapter 3. He's the only Chapter Boss never to come in contact with one of the major villains, if you count the original purpose of Smorg as canon.
** Similarly, Francis the chameleon in ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', also in Chapter 3. This is true for the odd-numbered chapters: King Croacus IV for Chapter 5, and Bonechill for Chapter 7. Although [[BigBad Count Bleck]] sends out his minions to fight Mario and the others in those chapters, they never interfere directly with the conflict.

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* ''VideoGame/PaperMario'' games are divided into Chapters with a boss at the end; some only show up at the end of the chapter, others are this.
** In the [[VideoGame/PaperMario64 original game]] there is the Koopa Bros. in Chapter 1 and Tubba Blubba in Chapter 3. General Guy is the one responsible for the Shy Guy invasion in Chapter 4 but he does not appear until you fight him.
** ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'' has Hooktail in Chapter 1,
[[spoiler: Grubba]] in ''VideoGame/PaperMarioTheThousandYearDoor'''s Chapter 3. He's the only 3 and Doopliss in Chapter Boss never to come in contact with one of the major villains, if you count the original purpose of Smorg as canon.
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** Similarly, Francis the chameleon in For ''VideoGame/SuperPaperMario'', there is Francis the chameleon, also in Chapter 3. This is true for the odd-numbered chapters: 3, King Croacus IV for Chapter 5, and Bonechill for Chapter 7. Although [[BigBad Count Bleck]] sends out his minions to fight Mario and the others in those chapters, they never interfere directly with the conflict.
9th Jun '17 12:19:23 AM Emperor_Oshron
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* ''Franchise/AssassinsCreed'' usually has lower-ranking Templars as the driving force behind the events of smaller parts of the story and, of course, with an overarching BigBad to each.
** ''Assassin's Creed II'': Vieri de Pazzi for the Florence arc, Jacopo de Pazzi for the Tuscany arc, and then successive members of the Barbarigo family for the Venice arc. The BigBad of the game is Rodrigo Borgia, who all the other Templars work for.
** ''Assassin's Creed III'': Edward Braddock for the prologue portion featuring Haytham, then William Johnson for the Boston Tea Party, John Pitcairn for Lexington, Concord, and Bunker Hill, Thomas Hickey for New York, and Benjamin Church for the missing supplies arc; Haytham is the BigBad while Charles Lee is TheDragon. Nicholas Biddle serves as the Arc Villain for the naval missions.
7th Jun '17 11:38:23 AM OccasionalExister
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** [[spoiler: Mechakara]] in "The Atop the Fourth Wall Movie".
21st May '17 10:03:29 PM Rotide
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* In ''Machinima/{{Red Vs Blue The Recollection}}'' The Meta serves as the overarching antagonist- first as the sole BigBad of ''Reconstruction'', then as part of a BigBadEnsemble in ''Recreation'', and then finally as half of the BigBadDuumvirate of ''Revelation'' (Before betraying his partner, [[HeelFaceTurn Washington]], and serving as the sole BigBad for the last few episodes, as well as the FinalBoss).
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