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2nd Jan '18 2:24:54 PM nighttrainfm
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* Thanos in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', as in the source material. While he usually [[OrcusOnHisThrone has others do the grunt-work for him]], he is widely regarded as the most powerful being in the universe, and commands at least one army of killer cyborgs and a retinue of elite warriors. His long-term goal is to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet and use its reality-warping power to "balance" the universe as he sees fit.

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* Thanos in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', as in the source material.''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse''. While he usually [[OrcusOnHisThrone has others do the grunt-work for him]], he is widely regarded as the most powerful being in the universe, and commands at least one army of killer cyborgs and a retinue of elite warriors. His long-term goal is to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet and use its reality-warping power to "balance" the universe as he sees fit.
2nd Jan '18 2:24:15 PM nighttrainfm
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* Thanos in the ''Franchise/MarvelCinematicUniverse'', as in the source material. While he usually [[OrcusOnHisThrone has others do the grunt-work for him]], he is widely regarded as the most powerful being in the universe, and commands at least one army of killer cyborgs and a retinue of elite warriors. His long-term goal is to assemble the Infinity Gauntlet and use its reality-warping power to "balance" the universe as he sees fit.
27th Dec '17 5:24:21 PM intastiel
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* In ''Webcomic/AvasDemon'':
** Wrathia Bellarmina was the queen of an intergalactic empire [[UnholyMatrimony alongside her husband]] Pedri, leading many planets and commanding mighty warriors, until...
** [[AC:Titan]] appeared [[OutsideContextProblem out of nowhere]], conquered Wrathia's empire overnight, established a PathOfInspiration with himself as {{a god|AmI}}, and started expanding his holdings by buying out planets wholesale. The nature of [[AC:Titan]]'s powers and [[LaResistance the resistance]] against him are driving mysteries in the story.
1st Jul '17 3:14:26 PM nombretomado
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* Not content with ruling most of the earth, Richard Branson has founded Virgin Galactic, a company which according to TheOtherWiki intends to provide sub-orbital spaceflights to the paying public, along with suborbital space science missions and orbital launches of small satellites but come on, we all know what it's really for.

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* Not content with ruling most of the earth, Richard Branson has founded Virgin Galactic, a company which according to TheOtherWiki Wiki/TheOtherWiki intends to provide sub-orbital spaceflights to the paying public, along with suborbital space science missions and orbital launches of small satellites but come on, we all know what it's really for.
18th Jun '17 10:12:00 AM Saveelich
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-->'''Padmé Admidala:''' So this is how liberty dies: with thunderous applause...

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-->'''Padmé Admidala:''' Amidala:''' So this is how liberty dies: with thunderous applause...
18th Jun '17 10:11:38 AM Saveelich
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--> "So this is how liberty dies: with thunderous applause."

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--> "So -->'''Padmé Admidala:''' So this is how liberty dies: with thunderous applause."applause...
15th Jun '17 12:32:28 PM IHateAlmostEverything
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* Empress Ramaj from ''Literature/CrestOfTheStars'', like above-mentioned Reinhard von Lohengramm, is also a rare heroic example. She is an empress of a militaristic feudal space empire that conquers every world it encounters and the show revolves around her empire's war against TheAlliance of democratic states. The goal of TheEmpire is to subjugate humankind to its benevolent authoritarian rule and lead it to an era of endless peaace and prosperity. She is not the protagonist, though, but a BigGood and grandmother of the protagonist.
28th May '17 3:49:46 PM nombretomado
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* Orbulon from ''WarioWare'' tries to be this in the first game. He ''really'' sucks at it.

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* Orbulon from ''WarioWare'' ''VideoGame/WarioWare'' tries to be this in the first game. He ''really'' sucks at it.
11th May '17 10:25:14 PM BaronPraxis
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** Not to mention Abaddon the Despoiler, Warmaster of Chaos. The foremost of Chaos Lords, and blessed by all the Chaos Gods. He is recognized by the Imperium as an existential threat, and they devote a great deal of resources and manpower to keeping him and the rest of the hordes of Chaos contained to the [[NegativeSpaceWedgie Eye of Terror]]. He led thirteen Black Crusades which broke out including his [[TabletopGame/BattlefleetGothic 12th to the Gothic Sector]] against the Imperium. He'll show up to harass the Imperium once in a while, and every now and then he'll launch a Black Crusade to collect superweapons and to weaken and undermine the Imperium around the Eye as part of the LongGame. ({{Fanon}} likes to think of these as [[GeneralFailure repeated failures]], though it wasn't until relatively recently [[{{Revision}} that we learned about them in detail]]. And before that point, any permanent, meaningful victories against the Imperium was [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption outside the bounds of allowed narrative]].) Now, he's gathering up his weapons and unifying the forces of Chaos at a level unprecedented for nearly 10 millennia for the [[13IsUnlucky 13th Black Crusade]] to make an assault on Terra after all this time, to finally succeed in what Horus didn't.
*** That said, [[GreaterScopeVillain Chaos itself]] hopes to engulf the galaxy, and would if they're mortal followers ever succeed in bringing down the Emperor. Chaos is broken up into four major gods, each representing it's own unique portfolio and domain, and possibly lesser gods of an unknown number. Hypothetically, they could take over realspace ''right now'', but such is the nature of Chaos is that their energy and attention is mostly spent against one another in the Great Game, a war that, by definition, is [[ForeverWar destined to never end]].

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** Not to mention Abaddon the Despoiler, Warmaster of Chaos. The foremost of Chaos Lords, and blessed by all the Chaos Gods. He is recognized by the Imperium as an existential threat, and they devote a great deal of resources and manpower to keeping him and the rest of the hordes of Chaos contained to the [[NegativeSpaceWedgie Eye of Terror]]. He led thirteen Black Crusades which broke out including his [[TabletopGame/BattlefleetGothic 12th to the Gothic Sector]] against the Imperium. He'll show up to harass the Imperium once in a while, and every now and then he'll launch a Black Crusade to collect superweapons and to weaken and undermine the Imperium around the Eye as part of the LongGame. ({{Fanon}} likes to think of these as [[GeneralFailure repeated failures]], though it wasn't until relatively recently [[{{Revision}} that we learned about them in detail]]. And before that point, any permanent, meaningful victories against the Imperium was [[FailureIsTheOnlyOption outside the bounds of allowed narrative]].) Now, he's gathering up his weapons and unifying the forces of Chaos at a level unprecedented for nearly 10 millennia for the [[13IsUnlucky [[ThirteenIsUnlucky 13th Black Crusade]] to make an assault on Terra after all this time, to finally succeed in what Horus didn't.
*** That said, [[GreaterScopeVillain Chaos itself]] hopes to engulf the galaxy, and would if they're their mortal followers ever succeed in bringing down the Emperor. Chaos is broken up into four major gods, each representing it's its own unique portfolio and domain, and possibly lesser gods of an unknown number. Hypothetically, they could take over realspace ''right now'', but such is the nature of Chaos is that their energy and attention is mostly spent against one another in the Great Game, a war that, by definition, is [[ForeverWar destined to never end]].
13th Apr '17 10:14:40 AM TheNerevarine
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* Megatron from the various ''{{Transformers}}'' canon.
* ComicBook/KhaalTheChroniclesOfAGalacticEmperor is ExactlyWhatSaysOnTheTin, but granted he doesn't start out as one in the comic proper: he is introduced as a fearsome warlord in a prison spaceship that gets invaded by superior aliens, but Khaal manages to kill their leader and take control of the invaders. He turns his attention to the rest of the galaxy and aims to conquer every world in his way. [[spoiler:The comic ends with him finding and conquering ''[[DownerEnding Earth]]'']].

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* Megatron from the various ''{{Transformers}}'' ''{{Franchise/Transformers}}'' canon.
* ComicBook/KhaalTheChroniclesOfAGalacticEmperor ''ComicBook/KhaalTheChroniclesOfAGalacticEmperor'' is ExactlyWhatSaysOnTheTin, ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin, but granted he doesn't start out as one in the comic proper: he is introduced as a fearsome warlord in a prison spaceship that gets invaded by superior aliens, but Khaal manages to kill their leader and take control of the invaders. He turns his attention to the rest of the galaxy and aims to conquer every world in his way. [[spoiler:The comic ends with him finding and conquering ''[[DownerEnding Earth]]'']].
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