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21st Oct '17 4:18:43 PM G-Editor
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Seems to have this relationship between The Duke of Weselton, Prince Hans, and Princess Elsa (unwittingly). The Duke of Weselton want to trade with Arendelle and exploit its riches, and is the first to ostriches Elsa after witnessing her powers and sends his men to kill her. Prince Hans travels to Arendelle to broker a marriage with Anna, and when witnessing Elsa's powers go uncontrollable and freezing Arendelle, he decides to exploits the sistuation to win the people's favor and kill the sisters so he can claim the Arendelle throne all to himself. Elsa unlike the other two is an AntiHero instead of a villain, but it is her powers that she loses control of that causes to main conflict to happen by freezing Arendelle and nearly killing Anna. In the end, Elsa manages to control her powers and restore summer, Prince Hans is arrested and sent of to the Southern Ilse to face judgment, and Arendelle brakes contact with The Duke of Weselton and his country.

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* * ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Seems to have this relationship dynamic between The Duke of Weselton, Prince Hans, and Princess Elsa (unwittingly).([[MikeNelsonDestroyerOfWorlds albeit unwittingly]]). The Duke of Weselton want to trade with Arendelle and exploit its riches, and is the first to ostriches Elsa after witnessing her powers and sends his men to kill her. Prince Hans travels to Arendelle to broker a marriage with Anna, and when witnessing Elsa's powers go uncontrollable and freezing Arendelle, he decides to exploits the sistuation to win the people's favor and kill the sisters so he can claim the Arendelle throne all to himself. Elsa unlike the other two is an AntiHero instead of a villain, but it is her powers that she loses control of that causes to main conflict to happen by freezing Arendelle and nearly killing Anna. In the end, Elsa manages to control her powers and restore summer, Prince Hans is arrested and sent of to the Southern Ilse to face judgment, and Arendelle brakes contact with The Duke of Weselton and his country.
21st Oct '17 4:17:43 PM G-Editor
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* ''Disney/{{Frozen}}'': Seems to have this relationship between The Duke of Weselton, Prince Hans, and Princess Elsa (unwittingly). The Duke of Weselton want to trade with Arendelle and exploit its riches, and is the first to ostriches Elsa after witnessing her powers and sends his men to kill her. Prince Hans travels to Arendelle to broker a marriage with Anna, and when witnessing Elsa's powers go uncontrollable and freezing Arendelle, he decides to exploits the sistuation to win the people's favor and kill the sisters so he can claim the Arendelle throne all to himself. Elsa unlike the other two is an AntiHero instead of a villain, but it is her powers that she loses control of that causes to main conflict to happen by freezing Arendelle and nearly killing Anna. In the end, Elsa manages to control her powers and restore summer, Prince Hans is arrested and sent of to the Southern Ilse to face judgment, and Arendelle brakes contact with The Duke of Weselton and his country.
19th Oct '17 10:54:19 AM VisitorAlex
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* ''Series/TheSopranos'': Richie Aprile and [[spoiler:Big Pussy]] in Season 2. Upon being released from prison, Richie actively undermines Tony's authority as boss of the [=DiMeo=] crime family and ultimately moves to have him killed towards the end of the story arc. [[spoiler:However, he is killed by Janice in the season's penultimate episode before his plans come to fruition.]] [[spoiler:As for Pussy, his likable persona is revealed as a facade masking his bitterness towards Tony and his crew, for whom he harbors few loyalties. He's also the true FBI informant.]]

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* ''Series/TheSopranos'': Season 2 had Richie Aprile and [[spoiler:Big Pussy]] in Season 2.Pussy]]. Upon being released from prison, Richie actively undermines Tony's authority as boss of the [=DiMeo=] crime family and ultimately moves to have him killed towards the end of the story arc. [[spoiler:However, he is killed by Janice in the season's penultimate episode before his plans come to fruition.]] [[spoiler:As for Pussy, his likable persona is revealed as a facade masking his bitterness towards Tony and his crew, for whom he harbors few loyalties. He's also the true FBI informant.]]
19th Oct '17 10:50:07 AM VisitorAlex
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* ''VideoGame/ScarfaceTheWorldIsYours'' has Alejandro "Alex" Sosa, Gaspar Gomez and Nacho "El Gordo" Contreras as Tony's main targets, with Sosa being the ultimate BigBad.

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* ''VideoGame/ScarfaceTheWorldIsYours'' has Alejandro "Alex" Sosa, Gaspar Gomez and Nacho "El Gordo" Contreras as Tony's main targets, with Sosa being the ultimate BigBad.FinalBoss.
19th Oct '17 10:47:11 AM VisitorAlex
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* ''Series/TheSopranos'': Richie Aprile and [[spoiler:Big Pussy]] in Season 2. Upon being released from prison, Richie actively undermines Tony's authority as boss of the [=DiMeo=] crime family and ultimately moves to have him killed towards the end of the story arc. [[spoiler:However, he is killed by Janice in the season's penultimate episode before his plans come to fruition.]] [[spoiler:As for Pussy, his likable persona is revealed as a facade masking his bitterness towards Tony and his crew, for whom he harbors few loyalties. He's also the true FBI informant.]]
15th Oct '17 3:00:27 PM TheNerevarine
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* ''VideoGame/MiddleEarthShadowOfWar'': Sauron is the primary villain and the target of Talion and Celebrimbor's revenge, but other major antagonists include [[GiantSpider Shelob]], who steals the duo's Ring of Power at the start of the game [[spoiler:but is later revealed to be well-intentioned]] and [[BigBadWannabe Zog the Eternal]], an orc necromancer who awakens a Balrog to [[TheStarscream defeat Sauron and then rule Mordor himself]], and towards the end of the game [[spoiler:Celebrimbor himself is revealed to be evil and attempts to enslave Sauron during the FinalBoss, but ultimately fails and gets absorbed by the Dark Lord instead]].
* ''VideoGame/FarCry4'' has Pagan Min and [[spoiler: the Golden Path leaders Saban and Amita]] as the primary antagonists of the game, since they are at war with each other, while [[spoiler:Mohan Ghale]] serves a GreaterScopeVillain for all of them.
19th Sep '17 5:17:26 PM iowaforever
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' has [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]], [[DragonInChief Toffee]], [[KnightTemplar Miss Heinous]] of St. Olga's Reform School of Wayward Princesses, and potentially the [[TheFairFolk Pixie Empress]] because of [[spoiler: Alfonzo's marriage to her]]. Ludo is bent on stealing Star's wand to take over the universe, while Miss Heinous seeks to annihilate Marco for his uprising against her institute. Toffee overshadows them all, though, usurping and eventually possessing Ludo as part of [[spoiler: a grand revenge scheme against Moon Butterfly and Mewni, probably followed by Mewman genocide had Star not entered a SuperMode and vaporized him in the moment of his victory. Following Toffee's death, Queen Eclipsa seems set to take his place as overarching big threat of the series.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'' has [[BigBadWannabe Ludo]], [[DragonInChief Toffee]], and [[KnightTemplar Miss Heinous]] of St. Olga's Reform School of Wayward Princesses, and potentially the [[TheFairFolk Pixie Empress]] because of [[spoiler: Alfonzo's marriage to her]].Princesses. Ludo is bent on stealing Star's wand to take over the universe, while Miss Heinous seeks to annihilate Marco for his uprising against her institute. Toffee overshadows them all, though, usurping and eventually possessing Ludo as part of [[spoiler: a grand revenge scheme against Moon Butterfly and Mewni, probably followed by Mewman genocide had Star not entered a SuperMode and vaporized him in the moment of his victory. Following Toffee's death, Queen Eclipsa seems set to take his place as overarching big threat of the series.]]
12th Sep '17 9:54:09 AM CJCroen1393
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* ''LightNovel/{{Baccano}}'s'' "Grand Punk Railroad" (1931) arc has three major antagonists with mutually exclusive goals boarding a train--Ladd Russo, an AxCrazy hitman who intends to kill everyone on the train [[ForTheEvulz just for kicks]]; [[SmugSnake Goose Perkins]], a cult leader who holds the train hostage and kidnaps a senator's family to cow said senator into letting his cult leader out of jail; and Claire Stanfield, one of the train's conductors who wants to kill ''both'' of the aforementioned villains for daring to cause trouble on ''his'' train, and will [[KnightTemplar gladly take out anyone who either works with them or gets in his way]]...except of course, for Goose's [[LoveAtFirstSight silent female ally]]...
9th Sep '17 8:16:18 PM skymadian
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** Book 1 started the trend of having multiple competing villains with [[MalevolentMaskedMan Amon]] and his [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters chi-blocking Equalists]] being the most visible threat Korra faces while also contending with local CorruptPolitician Tarrlok, who has his own designs on Republic City but is also opposed to Amon. [[spoiler: After Korra discovers Tarrlok is actually a powerful bloodbender and the son of a notorious gangster Aang defeated previously, Tarrlok takes her captive and tries to flee Republic City, but [[VillainousRescue is stopped by Amon]], who takes away his bending and then takes Tarrlok prisoner, leaving him as the sole villain for the season finale.]]



** However, the overarching BigBad of Book 2 turns out to be [[spoiler:Vaatu]], as Unalaq's true intentions for bringing troops to the South was to [[spoiler:release Vaatu and unleash armageddon]].

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** *** However, the overarching BigBad of Book 2 turns out to be [[spoiler:Vaatu]], as Unalaq's true intentions for bringing troops to the South was to [[spoiler:release Vaatu and unleash armageddon]].



** Season 1 started the trend of having multiple competing villains with [[MalevolentMaskedMan Amon]] and his [[YourTerroristsAreOurFreedomFighters chi-blocking Equalists]] being the most visible threat Korra faces while also contending with local CorruptPolitician Tarrlok, who has his own designs on Republic City but is also opposed to Amon. [[spoiler: After Korra discovers Tarrlok is actually a powerful bloodbender and the son of a notorious gangster Aang defeated previously, Tarrlok takes her captive and tries to flee Republic City, but [[VillainousRescue is stopped by Amon]], who takes away his bending and then takes Tarrlok prisoner, leaving him as the sole villain for the season finale.]]
6th Sep '17 12:10:31 PM CJCroen1393
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* Since ''Literature/GuardiansOfGaHoole'' series is basically "World War II [[RecycledInSpace WITH OWLS]]", it makes sense that we'd get two groups of villains who directly oppose each other--the Pure Ones, a grouping of Tytoninae owls who preach Tyto superiority (representing Nazi Germany) and St. Aegolius, a greedy mixed group of owls who function like a reeducation camp (representing Communist Russia). Subverted later on, when the Pure Ones end up occupying St. Aegolius' base of operations and drive their surviving members out, reducing its leader to a BigBadWannabe who ends up being easily killed later in the story.

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* Since ''Literature/GuardiansOfGaHoole'' series is basically "World War II [[RecycledInSpace WITH OWLS]]", it makes sense that we'd get two groups of villains who directly oppose each other--the Pure Ones, a grouping of Tytoninae owls who preach Tyto superiority (representing Nazi Germany) and St. Aegolius, a greedy mixed group of owls who function like a reeducation camp (representing Communist Russia). Subverted later on, when the Pure Ones [[EvilerThanThou end up occupying St. Aegolius' base of operations and drive their its surviving members out, out]], reducing its leader to a BigBadWannabe who ends up being easily killed later in the story.
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