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19th Jul '17 11:29:31 AM ZimFan89
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** Season 3 has [[GeneralRipper Rahm Tak]] (who wants to wipe out Defiance) and [[spoiler: [[DarkActionGirl Kindzi]] (who wants to lead the Omec in conquering the Earth).

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** Season 3 has [[GeneralRipper Rahm Tak]] (who wants to wipe out Defiance) and [[spoiler: [[DarkActionGirl Kindzi]] Kindzi]]]] (who wants to lead the Omec in conquering the Earth).
19th Jul '17 11:29:14 AM ZimFan89
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** Season 1 has [[TheDon Datak Tarr]] as the local level threat (wanting to control Defiance for his own personal gains), the [[TheEmpire Earth Republic]] as a [[GreaterScopeVillain larger threat]] represented by [[ColonelJerkass Colonel Marsh]] (who wants to seize control of Defiance's resources), and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Nicky Riordan]] acting as the worst threat as part of the overall MythArc (seeking to gain control of the [[LostTechnology Kaziri buried beneath the town]]). [[spoiler: Nicky and Datak end up being {{Disc One Final Boss}}es, respectfully dying and being made a pawn of Marsh's.]]

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** Season 1 has [[TheDon Datak Tarr]] as the local level threat (wanting to control Defiance for his own personal gains), the [[TheEmpire Earth Republic]] as a [[GreaterScopeVillain larger threat]] represented by [[ColonelJerkass [[ColonelBadass Colonel Marsh]] (who wants to seize control of Defiance's resources), and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Nicky Riordan]] acting as the worst threat as part of the overall MythArc (seeking to gain control of the [[LostTechnology Kaziri buried beneath the town]]). [[spoiler: Nicky and Datak end up being {{Disc One Final Boss}}es, respectfully dying and being made a pawn of Marsh's.]]
19th Jul '17 11:28:20 AM ZimFan89
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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show and they both have vastly different agendas causing the storylines that they have created to not intertwine that much.

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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill [=McGill=] and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show and they both have vastly different agendas causing the storylines that they have created to not intertwine that much.
* ''Series/{{Defiance}}'':
** Season 1 has [[TheDon Datak Tarr]] as the local level threat (wanting to control Defiance for his own personal gains), the [[TheEmpire Earth Republic]] as a [[GreaterScopeVillain larger threat]] represented by [[ColonelJerkass Colonel Marsh]] (who wants to seize control of Defiance's resources), and [[BitchInSheepsClothing Nicky Riordan]] acting as the worst threat as part of the overall MythArc (seeking to gain control of the [[LostTechnology Kaziri buried beneath the town]]). [[spoiler: Nicky and Datak end up being {{Disc One Final Boss}}es, respectfully dying and being made a pawn of Marsh's.]]
** Season 2 has the E-Rep, now represented primarily by [[CorruptPolitician Niles Pottinger]] (seeking to enforce the E-Rep's iron fisted rule of the town) and the [[AIIsACrapshoot Kaziri itself]] (which seeks to forcibly terraform the world).
** Season 3 has [[GeneralRipper Rahm Tak]] (who wants to wipe out Defiance) and [[spoiler: [[DarkActionGirl Kindzi]] (who wants to lead the Omec in conquering the Earth).
17th Jul '17 4:43:36 PM nighttrainfm
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** Lord Xykon is the most prominent throughout the story, though he might not be the ultimate big bad. [[spoiler: Redcloak [[DragonWIthAnAgenda pretends to be]] his [[TheDragon Dragon]].]]
** The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission is a [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Triumvirate]].
** As revealed in ''Recap/StartOfDarkness'', [[spoiler:the Dark One, the goblin deity. Redcloak is really his [[TheDragon Dragon.]]]]

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** Lord Xykon is the most prominent throughout the story, though he might not be the ultimate big bad. Stopping him has been the Order's goal from the very beginning.
** Redcloak is Xykon's DragonWithAnAgenda, working to advance Xykon's goals for his own reasons.
[[spoiler: Redcloak [[DragonWIthAnAgenda pretends to be]] Actually, he's been lying through his [[TheDragon Dragon]].teeth about the "goals" part, which is going to come to a head at *some* point.]]
** The Inter-Fiend Cooperation Commission is a [[BigBadDuumvirate Big Bad Triumvirate]].
Triumvirate]], whose long-term goals are incompatible with the Order ''or'' Xykon flat-out winning.
** As revealed in ''Recap/StartOfDarkness'', [[spoiler:the Dark One, the goblin deity. Redcloak is really his *his* [[TheDragon Dragon.]]]]
17th Jul '17 4:40:38 PM nighttrainfm
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** Lord Xykon is the most prominent throughout the story, though he might not be the ultimate big bad. [[spoiler: Redcloak [[DragonWIthAnAgenda pretends to be]] his [[TheDragon Dragon]]]].

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** Lord Xykon is the most prominent throughout the story, though he might not be the ultimate big bad. [[spoiler: Redcloak [[DragonWIthAnAgenda pretends to be]] his [[TheDragon Dragon]]]].Dragon]].]]



** Elan's brother Nale probably doesn't count (though [[BigBadWannabe he certainly thinks he does]]), but [[spoiler:their father Tarquin is shaping up to be one]].
** With the end of Book Five, [[spoiler:Tarquin might be demoted to villain for another story, but Hel, Northen Godess of Death, has joined race for the gate in his place]].

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** Elan's brother Nale probably doesn't count (though [[BigBadWannabe he certainly thinks he does]]), but [[spoiler:their father Tarquin is shaping up to be one]].
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** With the end of Book Five, [[spoiler:Tarquin might be demoted to villain for of another story, but Hel, Northen Godess of Death, has joined race for the gate ranks of Big Bads in his place]].place.]]
11th Jul '17 1:52:50 AM MasterN
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* ''VideoGame/QuestFantasy'' has [[spoiler: ''three'' {{EldritchAbomination}}s targeting the game world: S O U L, who wants to [[NeutralEvil corrupt it]]; Snaily Joe, who wants to [[LawfulEvil rule it]]; and Shachihata, who wants to [[ChaoticEvil devour it.]]]]
10th Jul '17 4:43:14 AM yoav15951
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**After the events of the season 6 finale, [[spoiler: There are only four villains remaining: Cersei, Littlefinger, Euron and the Night King]].
28th Jun '17 9:42:15 PM G-Editor
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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Though Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show and they both have vastly different agendas causing the storylines that they have created to not intertwine that much.

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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Though Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show and they both have vastly different agendas causing the storylines that they have created to not intertwine that much.
28th Jun '17 9:41:03 PM G-Editor
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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Though Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show ever, don't even know each other, and have vastly different agendas causing these storyline to not intertwine that much or not at all.

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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Though Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show ever, don't even know each other, and they both have vastly different agendas causing these storyline the storylines that they have created to not intertwine that much or not at all.much.
28th Jun '17 9:39:32 PM G-Editor
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** Its SpinOff series ''Series/BetterCallSaul'' has Chuck McGill and Hector Salamanca during Seasons 2 and 3. Chuck serves as the primary antagonist in Jimmy, Kim Wexler and later Howard Hamlin's storylines, playing a major role in turning the former into Saul Goodman, while Hector serves as the primary antagonist in Mike Ehrmantraut, Nacho Varga, and later Gus Fring's storylines, being the reason why Mike and Gus hookup. Though Chuck and Hector are never scene interacting in the show ever, don't even know each other, and have vastly different agendas causing these storyline to not intertwine that much or not at all.
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