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15th Apr '16 6:05:36 AM Snicka
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%% * Ursula in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
* ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' gives us Shere Khan's [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEvoKVrrhf4 one-line]] VillainSong.
%% * Dr. Facilier from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', who's voiced by Creator/KeithDavid.

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%% * Ursula in ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' has a contralto voice, the deepest a woman can have. Fittingly, her appearance is designed after a drag queen.
* ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' gives us Shere Khan's [[http://www.[[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zEvoKVrrhf4 com/watch?v=WcLw9-3W_qo one-line]] VillainSong.
%% * Dr. Facilier Facilier, the evil Shadow Man from ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'', who's voiced by ''Disney/ThePrincessAndTheFrog'' has a very deep voice, courtesy of Creator/KeithDavid.



** So do the various Uruk-hai.

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** So do the various Uruk-hai.Uruk-hai, who all have growling voices fitting their bestial nature.
8th Apr '16 7:04:30 AM TheOneWhoTropes
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* Horst from ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir''. Really bizarrely, [[HeyItsThatVoice when you realize]] he's one of several characters voiced by Robert [[Series/RedDwarf "Kryten"]] Llwellyn.

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* Horst from ''VideoGame/DiscworldNoir''. Really bizarrely, [[HeyItsThatVoice when you realize]] realize he's one of several characters voiced by Robert [[Series/RedDwarf "Kryten"]] Llwellyn.
21st Mar '16 11:25:54 PM CountDorku
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* In the non-canon expansion missions for ''VideoGame/TheForceUnleashed'', Lord Starkiller - as a somewhat nimbler replacement for Darth Vader - is given an artificially deepened voice to accompany his new job as the Emperor's official executioner.
16th Mar '16 11:54:50 AM kyojikasshu
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' averted it with Megatron and Starscream both having very high, whiny voices. In TheMovie, Unicron played it straight. Megatron in ''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' and ''TransformersAnimated'' are another story, though. ''Animated'' also has Lugnut, but Starscream still has a high, scratchy voice despite being a bigger threat to more people than ever before.

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* ''WesternAnimation/TheTransformers'' averted it with Megatron and Starscream both having very high, whiny voices. voices (Starscream's being much higher than Megatron's). In TheMovie, fact, there were a number of Decepticons with high-pitched voices, while others had particularly deep voices, such as Thundercracker (deep but somewhat "normal" otherwise), Dirge (very deep and droning, befitting his name), and Motormaster (gravelly with an undercurrent of rage).
** In ''WesternAnimation/TransformersTheMovie'',
Unicron played it straight. Megatron very straight, with his voice about as deep as you can get. Galvatron's voice in the movie was also much deeper than Megatron's (switching from Creator/FrankWelker to Creator/LeonardNimoy), though it was subverted with Galvatron post-movie as he spent months in a pool of plasma going insane, and his voice (again provided by Welker) is actually higher-pitched than Megatron's. In both TheMovie and post-movie episodes, Cyclonus and Scourge have deep voices as well.
** Inverted in G1 in that some of the Autobots are known for their deep voices, particularly [[BigGood Optimus Prime]] and [[TheChosenOne Rodimus Prime]], both of whom have deeper voices than their pre-Prime identities of Orion Pax and Hot Rod.
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''WesternAnimation/BeastWars'' Megatron features a rich, deep vocal performance courtesy of Creator/DavidKaye, ''yessss''. Kaye used the same voice for Anime/UnicronTrilogy Megatron, but without BW Megatron's VerbalTic.
** ''WesternAnimation/TransformersAnimated'' Megatron dives into the UncannyValley with how deep
and ''TransformersAnimated'' are another story, though. ''Animated'' almost artificial-sounding his voice is. His most loyal servant Lugnut also has Lugnut, but a deep voice, and [[NoIndoorVoice wants you to know it]]. Starscream is still has a high, high and scratchy voice despite being a bigger threat to more people than ever before.



** Its worth noting that the most noble of leaders, Optimus Prime, has a very deep voice (especially in the live-action movie).
*** When Hot Rod becomes Rodimus Prime his voice drops quite a bit, but this might be part of the whole 'becoming a man' Hero's Journey theme the movie has.



*** Most of the Decepticons from ''Prime'' have some very deep voices, in fact. Dreadwing and Shockwave are perhaps the deepest, but even ''[[AgentPeacock Knock Out]]'' has a deep voice! Starscream's voice is still higher-pitched, but less so than in G1 or ''Animated'', particularly on those rare occasionas when he's not panicking or groveling.

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*** Most of the Decepticons from ''Prime'' have some very deep voices, in fact. Dreadwing and Shockwave are perhaps the deepest, but even ''[[AgentPeacock Knock Out]]'' has a deep voice! Starscream's voice is still higher-pitched, but less so than in G1 or ''Animated'', particularly on those rare occasionas when he's not panicking or groveling. The Predacons also have deep voices, especially Predaking when he reveals his voice.



*** The ''Prime'' incarnation of Predaking has a deep voice as well, as do [[spoiler:Darksteel and Skylynx, his fellow Predacons.]]
** Motormaster, one of Megatron's henchmen in G1, is frequently portrayed as having a hollow, bottomless pit sort of voice.
4th Mar '16 2:27:18 AM Morgenthaler
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* The Lord of Darkness in ''Film/{{Legend}}'' was an electronically-deepened TimCurry. And you thought he was scary ''normally''.

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* The Lord of Darkness in ''Film/{{Legend}}'' ''Film/{{Legend 1985}}'' was an electronically-deepened TimCurry.Creator/TimCurry. And you thought he was scary ''normally''.
20th Feb '16 6:36:43 PM superkeijikun
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* In ''VideoGame/FireEmblemFates'', King Garon, the tyrannical ruler of Nohr, speaks with a booming baritone.
7th Feb '16 2:03:48 PM Scrounge
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*** Most of the Decepticons from ''Prime'' have some very deep voices, in fact. Dreadwing and Shockwave are perhaps the deepest, but even Starscream and ''[[AgentPeacock Knock Out]]'' has a deep voice!

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*** Most of the Decepticons from ''Prime'' have some very deep voices, in fact. Dreadwing and Shockwave are perhaps the deepest, but even Starscream and ''[[AgentPeacock Knock Out]]'' has a deep voice!voice! Starscream's voice is still higher-pitched, but less so than in G1 or ''Animated'', particularly on those rare occasionas when he's not panicking or groveling.


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*** The ''Prime'' incarnation of Predaking has a deep voice as well, as do [[spoiler:Darksteel and Skylynx, his fellow Predacons.]]
17th Jan '16 4:38:51 PM Monolaf317
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** In ''4'', Nightmare BB's laughter is noticeably lower in pitch compared to his ''2'' and ''3'' counterparts.
14th Jan '16 12:37:39 PM Anicomicgeek
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** Black Beetle from the second season has an even deeper voice, as does Mongul, who is voiced by Creator/KeithDavid.

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** Black Beetle from the second season has an even deeper voice, voice (and that's [[Creator/KevinGrevioux his voice actor]]'s actual voice), as does Mongul, who is voiced by Creator/KeithDavid.
14th Jan '16 12:34:27 PM Anicomicgeek
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* Subverted in the ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' film series where Kevin Grevioux's character is a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Lycan]] named Raze with an unnaturally deep voice. He is brutish and violent, but he is not an inherently evil character. In the ''Rise of the Lycans'' prequel, he is decidedly a positive character. Even more jarring is that this is Grevioux's ''actual voice''.

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* Subverted in the ''Film/{{Underworld}}'' film series where Kevin Grevioux's Creator/KevinGrevioux's character is a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent Lycan]] named Raze with an unnaturally deep voice. He is brutish and violent, but he is not an inherently evil character. In the ''Rise of the Lycans'' prequel, he is decidedly a positive character. Even more jarring is that this is Grevioux's ''actual voice''.
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