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15th Nov '17 7:44:25 AM Concrete4
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* Verushka in ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' ''Too! Hood vs Evil'', as Hansel and Gretel are the true villain of the story.

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* Verushka in ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' ''Too! Hood vs Evil'', as Hansel and Gretel are the true villain villains of the story.
14th Nov '17 11:38:15 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/TheCottage'': Muk Li San and Chun Yo Fu seem to be the BigBadDuumvirate of the film, being the two hitmen [[GreaterScopeVillain Arnie]] sent to fetch his daughter, but the farmer makes short work of them halfway through the film, causing the film to take a GenreShift from crime comedy to SlasherMovie.
13th Nov '17 11:08:17 PM TheLordofDeathless
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** ''Film/{{Thor}}'' begins with the Frost Giants invading Asgard. Thor goes to their king, Laufey, believing he was behind the attacks. It is soon revealed that there is a traitor in Asgard and that Laufey was in cahoots with him. The rest of the movie deals with this character as the BigBad while Laufey disappears for much of the action. He makes a return toward the end of the film and is promptly killed off without ever having fought the main character.

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** ''Film/{{Thor}}'' begins with the Frost Giants invading Asgard. Thor goes to their king, Laufey, believing he was behind the attacks. It is soon revealed that there is a traitor in Asgard and that Laufey was in cahoots with him. The rest of the movie deals with this character as the BigBad while Laufey disappears for much of the action. He makes a return toward the end of the film and is promptly killed off by the real BigBad without ever having fought the main character.



** ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxy'' plays it similarly with Ronan the Accuser being BigBad but still working for [[spoiler: Thanos]] until he betrays him near the end and voices a desire to hunt him down next. [[spoiler: Ronan doesn't survive the film, so Thanos is still out there, waiting to be confronted. Drax even lampshades that Ronan was a puppet and Thanos is the one he needs to kill.]]



** ''Film/GuardiansOfTheGalaxyVol2'': Ayesha, the Sovereign High Priestess, was portrayed as the BigBad by the trailers. [[spoiler: While Rocket pisses her off in the beginning by stealing valuable batteries from her and she sends her Sovereign fleet ''and'' hires the more antagonistic Ravagers to hunt the Guardians down, Ego is ultimately a much greater threat than she is, making her come off as a BigBadWannabe in comparison. During the climax, she finally catches up to the Guardians with her remote-controlled fleet and engages them in a dogfight inside of Ego, until all of her fighters are obliterated by a sudden laser attack from the opposing ship, leaving her helpless to stop them and cementing Ego as the FinalBoss. It is strongly implied, however, that she will no longer be a BigBadWannabe, given her creation of Adam Warlock in a mid-credits scene and her plans to unleash him on her enemies.]]
** ''Film/ThorRagnarok'': The film actually has ''two''.
*** It begins with Thor [[spoiler: imprisoned by Surtur, Lord of Fire, who Thor believes will destroy Asgard and unleash Ragnarok by placing his crown into the eternal flame on Asgard. Thor rectifies this by beating him without much effort and locking his crown away, paving the way for the grand entrance of [[BigBad Hela]]. However, at the end of the film, Thor realizes that only Surtur can stop Hela as he is destined to be Asgard's destroyer and has Loki place his crown in the flames, [[CameBackStrong bringing him up to full size and power]] and allowing him to defeat and seemingly destroy the Goddess of Death, taking Asgard and possibly himself with her.]]
*** [[spoiler: The Grandmaster is the antagonist for Thor's stay on Sakaar while he is trying to find a way off the planet with the (eventual) help of Hulk / Banner, Valkyrie, and Loki. After they all escape Sakaar, the Grandmaster becomes irrelevant and Hela becomes their primary focus.]]



** Brokenstar at first seems to be the BigBad, but then Ravenpaw reveals Tigerclaw is evil. Later, Tigerclaw becomes [[AwesomeMomentOfCrowning Tigerstar]], and [[TheHero Firestar]] sets out to defeat him. The stakes are set for an epic battle at [[WhereItAllBegan Fourtrees]]... [[spoiler:Wait, who's Scourge?]]

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** Brokenstar at first seems to be the BigBad, but then Ravenpaw reveals Tigerclaw is evil. evil and Brokenstar is less of a danger than he. Later, Tigerclaw becomes [[AwesomeMomentOfCrowning Tigerstar]], Tigerstar]] (Brokenstar gets DemotedToDragon) and [[TheHero Firestar]] sets out to defeat him. The stakes are set for an epic battle at [[WhereItAllBegan Fourtrees]]... [[spoiler:Wait, who's Scourge?]]Scourge? And why did he just kill Tigerstar?...]]


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** Except [[spoiler: Hollyleaf is in fact ''far'' from the BigBad of the entire series and ''far'' from the FinalBoss. HereWeGoAgain. In the final chronological series, ''Omen of the Stars'', it's revealed that the Dark Forest cats (essentially the vengeful physical souls of villains who'd previously died) are the masterminds, but this time they are led by Brokenstar and not Tigerstar (who is seemingly DemotedToDragon ironically by his own former Dragon) - and then Brokenstar dies before the battle's end and [[HijackedByGanon Tigerstar]] [[DragonAscendant steps up]] [[DragonTheirFeet one final time]] as the true BigBad and FinalBoss of the entire series, culminating in one final showdown between him and series' protagonist Firestar where Tigerstar is ''[[CessationOfExistence erased entirely]]'' and Firestar passes from his wounds but moves on to the afterlife.]]
1st Nov '17 8:35:01 PM BobRiddle
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* Verushka in ''WesternAnimation/Hoodwinked'' ''Too! Hood vs Evil'', as Hansel and Gretel are the true villain of the story.

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* Verushka in ''WesternAnimation/Hoodwinked'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Hoodwinked}}'' ''Too! Hood vs Evil'', as Hansel and Gretel are the true villain of the story.
1st Nov '17 8:34:37 PM BobRiddle
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* Verushka in ''WesternAnimation/Hoodwinked'' ''Too! Hood vs Evil'', as Hansel and Gretel are the true villain of the story.
30th Sep '17 9:42:46 PM nombretomado
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* Main/IMMeen in ''Fanfic/CaveStoryVersusIMMeen''. He may be the funniest villain in the series, but he's not the most important.

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* Main/IMMeen VideoGame/IMMeen in ''Fanfic/CaveStoryVersusIMMeen''. He may be the funniest villain in the series, but he's not the most important.
26th Sep '17 10:43:06 PM DemonDuckofDoom
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* ''Film/BrotherhoodOfBlades'': Wei Zhongian, who has been plotting to overthrow the government throughout the film, is killed with twenty minutes left. It is then revealed that his godson, Zhou Jhingzhong, had been manipulating events to take power the whole time.
13th Sep '17 9:16:07 PM BobRiddle
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* ''[[https://mega-poneo.deviantart.com/gallery/62840836/Tomica-Hero-Rescue-Pups Tomica Hero Rescue Pups]]'' has Darth Longinus, leader of the [[Series/TomicaHeroRescueForce Neo Terror]] remnant the WesternAnimation/PawPatrol fights. He's stated to die in Episode 30 and be succeeded by an even worse commander.

27th Aug '17 8:02:36 PM MyFinalEdits
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* ''Series/PowerRangersSPD'': Emperor Gruumm is played as the main villain for the first half of the series, then starts making veiled references to a "Magnificence" which he worships. Only in the final episode is this revealed to be "Omni", a giant malevolent brain which Grumm has been secretly serving as lieutenant.
** "Veiled" is being nice. "Confusing" is more accurate, considering half the time Grumm implies that the Magnificence is a DoomsdayDevice he's building, not a person. You get the impression that the writers couldn't figure out what he was talking about either until the last two episodes. [[note]]Okay, this takes some explaining. As early as the Shadow Ranger's debut, he started talking to someone we can't see that clearly terrified him (making you wonder if earlier evil monologues of his weren't actually monologues). However, first the Magnificence is this being. ''Then'' The Magnificence is something he has to build. ''Then'' his master starts being called Omni as if he had been all along. ''Then'' it turns out that Omni has no body and The Magnificence will be Omni's vessel. Which jibes quite well with Gruumm's actions, so ''he'' knew what he was doing... the writers just screwed up the names. (They also couldn't decide what a Troobian -- nominally Gruumm's faction, but vaguely defined and applied to Gruumm-related and non-Gruumm-related bad guys -- was. And with this, the Bruce Kalish DorkAge is well underway.)[[/note]]

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Emperor Gruumm is played as the main villain for the first half of the series, then starts making veiled references to a "Magnificence" which he worships. Only in the final episode is this revealed to be "Omni", a giant malevolent brain which Grumm has been secretly serving as lieutenant.
** "Veiled" is being nice. "Confusing" is more accurate, considering half the time Grumm implies that the Magnificence is a DoomsdayDevice he's building, not a person. You get the impression that the writers couldn't figure out what he was talking about either until the last two episodes. [[note]]Okay, this takes some explaining. As early as the Shadow Ranger's debut, he started talking to someone we can't see that clearly terrified him (making you wonder if earlier evil monologues of his weren't actually monologues). However, first the Magnificence is this being. ''Then'' The Magnificence is something he has to build. ''Then'' his master starts being called Omni as if he had been all along. ''Then'' it turns out that Omni has no body and The Magnificence will be Omni's vessel. Which jibes quite well with Gruumm's actions, so ''he'' knew what he was doing... the writers just screwed up the names. (They also couldn't decide what a Troobian -- nominally Gruumm's faction, but vaguely defined and applied to Gruumm-related and non-Gruumm-related bad guys -- was. And with this, the Bruce Kalish DorkAge is well underway.)[[/note]]
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27th Aug '17 4:51:12 PM PhantomRider
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**Megaforce has Admiral Malkor as disc one, Vrak as disc two, and Prince Vekar as disc three. They all are subordinate to Emperor Mavro.
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