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6th Dec '16 7:56:55 AM SolidSonicTH
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* {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. If any regular villain in the DCU can inspire dread and single-handedly turns his mere appearance into a major crossover, it's him.

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* {{ComicBook/Darkseid}}. If any regular villain in the DCU can inspire dread and single-handedly turns his mere appearance into a major crossover, it's him. ''ComicBook/FinalCrisis'' is likely his finest hour.
4th Dec '16 7:50:35 PM Az_Tech341
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* In ''Literature/TheTraitorSonCycle'', when the BigBad manages to fully manifest in the physical world, he effortlessly kills a dozen or so named characters - many of whom have been in the books since its first pages - within the first fifteen minutes of his rampage.

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* %%* In ''Literature/TheTraitorSonCycle'', when the BigBad manages to fully manifest in the physical world, he effortlessly kills a dozen or so named characters - many of whom have been in the books since its first pages - within the first fifteen minutes of his rampage.
4th Dec '16 1:29:56 PM Kakai
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* In ''Literature/TheTraitorSonCycle'', when the BigBad manages to fully manifest in the physical world, he effortlessly kills a dozen or so named characters - many of whom have been in the books since its first pages - within the first fifteen minutes of his rampage.
1st Dec '16 9:14:19 PM Az_Tech341
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** The Super S part of the first anime was LighterAndSofter... until a certain MonsterClown showed up, sent by Zirconia rather than the Amazon Trio. He nearly kills Usagi by shattering her Dream Mirror and [[spoiler: effectively kills the Amazon Trio when they're in their way to their HeelFaceTurn.]]
** Sailor Galaxia, hands down. Towards the end of the anime she has killed [[spoiler: Mamoru]], [[spoiler: Princess Kakyuu]] and [[spoiler: ''near all the Senshi'' save for Moon, Chibi-Chibimoon, the Starlights and Saturn and Pluto (the last ones were victims of Neptune and Uranus' FakeDefector act)]]. And this doesn't count [[YouHaveFailedMe what she does to her subordinates....]]

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** The Super S part of the first anime was LighterAndSofter... LighterAndSofter until a certain MonsterClown showed up, sent by Zirconia rather than the Amazon Trio. He nearly kills Usagi by shattering her Dream Mirror and Trio.[[spoiler: effectively He kills the Amazon Trio when they're in on their way to their HeelFaceTurn.]]
** Sailor Galaxia, hands down. Towards the end of the anime she has killed anime, Sailor Galaxia kills [[spoiler: Mamoru]], Mamoru]] and [[spoiler: Princess Kakyuu]] and [[spoiler: ''near all the Senshi'' save for Moon, Chibi-Chibimoon, the Starlights and Saturn and Pluto (the last ones were victims of Neptune and Uranus' FakeDefector act)]]. And this doesn't count [[YouHaveFailedMe what she does to her subordinates....]]Kakyuu]].
1st Dec '16 7:39:09 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''Franchise/SailorMoon'':
** The Super S part of the first anime was LighterAndSofter... until a certain MonsterClown showed up, sent by Zirconia rather than the Amazon Trio. He nearly kills Usagi by shattering her Dream Mirror and [[spoiler: effectively kills the Amazon Trio when they're in their way to their HeelFaceTurn.]]
** Sailor Galaxia, hands down. Towards the end of the anime she has killed [[spoiler: Mamoru]], [[spoiler: Princess Kakyuu]] and [[spoiler: ''near all the Senshi'' save for Moon, Chibi-Chibimoon, the Starlights and Saturn and Pluto (the last ones were victims of Neptune and Uranus' FakeDefector act)]]. And this doesn't count [[YouHaveFailedMe what she does to her subordinates....]]
30th Nov '16 8:09:05 PM Az_Tech341
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** Ser Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane is the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms and is notorious for raping and killing Elia Martell and her children during the Sack of King’s Landing. He’s also responsible for maiming and killing Ser Beric Dorrandion though [[BackFromTheDead he got better]] thanks to Thoros of Myr. When Elia’s brother, Oberyn, dueled him in a TrialByCombat and nearly bested him, Gregor got the advantage to bring him down [[spoiler:and crushed his head]]. However, Gregor ended up braindead by Oberyn’s poison so [[MadScientist Qyburn]] turned him into some HumanoidAbomination who became Cersei’s loyal bodyguard. A lot of fans were hoping for his brother, [[KnightInSourArmor Sandor aka “The Hound”]] to meet him again for another round [[MemeticMutation Cleganebowl]] since he’s probably the only person who can beat him.
** Those two guys above are nothing compared to [[HumanoidAbomination the White Walkers]] and their army of the wights, led by [[GreaterScopeVillain the Night’s King]]. At the start of the series, they demonstrated their [[TheDreaded dreadedness]] by killing two Night’s Watch rangers and turning them into wights. Later on, they raided Hardhome and slaughtered many wildings. In Season 6, they also killed several Children of the Forest [[spoiler:,Bran’s direwolf Summer, and Hodor]] with the Night’s King personally killing the Three-Eyed Raven. And by the end of Season 6, winter has finally come and it’s probably going to be a long one as the army of the dead are marching south, ready to take out whatever’s left of the main cast.

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** Ser Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane is the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms and is notorious for raping and killing Elia Martell and her children during the Sack of King’s Landing. He’s also responsible for maiming and killing Ser Beric Dorrandion though [[BackFromTheDead he got better]] thanks to Thoros of Myr. When Elia’s brother, Oberyn, dueled him in a TrialByCombat and nearly bested him, Gregor got the advantage to bring him down [[spoiler:and crushed his head]]. However, Gregor ended up braindead by Oberyn’s poison so [[MadScientist Qyburn]] turned him into some HumanoidAbomination who became Cersei’s loyal bodyguard. A lot of fans were hoping for his brother, [[KnightInSourArmor Sandor aka “The Hound”]] to meet him again for another round [[MemeticMutation Cleganebowl]] since he’s probably the only person who can beat him.
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** Those two guys above are nothing compared to [[HumanoidAbomination the White Walkers]] and their army of the wights, led by [[GreaterScopeVillain the Night’s King]]. At the start of the series, they demonstrated their [[TheDreaded dreadedness]] by killing two Night’s Watch rangers and turning them into wights. Later on, they raided Hardhome and slaughtered many wildings. In Season 6, they also killed several Children of the Forest [[spoiler:,Bran’s direwolf Summer, and Hodor]] with the Night’s King personally killing the Three-Eyed Raven. And by the end of Season 6, winter has finally come and it’s probably going to be a long one as the army of the dead are marching south, ready to take out whatever’s left of the main cast.
30th Nov '16 7:04:30 PM sayaleviathan
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'''s Ramsay Snow/Bolton outdoes his already terrifying book version, starting off by doing ''much'' worse to Theon Greyjoy than just killing him. He then nearly gets Theon's ActionGirl sister in season 4 (despite Ramsay being half-naked, ambushed and post-coital at the time) and personally smashes King Stannis' army in season 5. He becomes this trope in S6, though, when he remorselessly kills [[spoiler:his own father, stepmother and newborn baby brother. A couple of episodes later, he easily dispatches fan favourite Osha too. This is followed by killing Rickon Stark in the Battle of the Bastards.]] His kill count of unnamed characters is through the roof, and that's not even counting his offscreen destruction of the main characters' childhood home.

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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'''s ''Series/GameOfThrones'':
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Ramsay Snow/Bolton outdoes his already terrifying book version, starting off by doing ''much'' worse to Theon Greyjoy than just killing him. He then nearly gets Theon's ActionGirl sister in season 4 (despite Ramsay being half-naked, ambushed and post-coital at the time) and personally smashes King Stannis' army in season 5. He becomes this trope in S6, though, when he remorselessly kills [[spoiler:his own father, stepmother and newborn baby brother. A couple of episodes later, he easily dispatches fan favourite Osha too. This is followed by killing Rickon Stark in the Battle of the Bastards.]] His kill count of unnamed characters is through the roof, and that's not even counting his offscreen destruction of the main characters' childhood home.home.
** Ser Gregor “The Mountain” Clegane is the strongest man in the Seven Kingdoms and is notorious for raping and killing Elia Martell and her children during the Sack of King’s Landing. He’s also responsible for maiming and killing Ser Beric Dorrandion though [[BackFromTheDead he got better]] thanks to Thoros of Myr. When Elia’s brother, Oberyn, dueled him in a TrialByCombat and nearly bested him, Gregor got the advantage to bring him down [[spoiler:and crushed his head]]. However, Gregor ended up braindead by Oberyn’s poison so [[MadScientist Qyburn]] turned him into some HumanoidAbomination who became Cersei’s loyal bodyguard. A lot of fans were hoping for his brother, [[KnightInSourArmor Sandor aka “The Hound”]] to meet him again for another round [[MemeticMutation Cleganebowl]] since he’s probably the only person who can beat him.
** Those two guys above are nothing compared to [[HumanoidAbomination the White Walkers]] and their army of the wights, led by [[GreaterScopeVillain the Night’s King]]. At the start of the series, they demonstrated their [[TheDreaded dreadedness]] by killing two Night’s Watch rangers and turning them into wights. Later on, they raided Hardhome and slaughtered many wildings. In Season 6, they also killed several Children of the Forest [[spoiler:,Bran’s direwolf Summer, and Hodor]] with the Night’s King personally killing the Three-Eyed Raven. And by the end of Season 6, winter has finally come and it’s probably going to be a long one as the army of the dead are marching south, ready to take out whatever’s left of the main cast.
29th Nov '16 9:05:56 AM GEPFC
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* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyVII'': Sephiroth. You spend most of the first disk following Sephiroth and observing dozens of bloody murders in his wake, including several key [=NPCs=], two impaled party member, and the [[SkippableBoss Midgar Zolom]] hanging from a tree.

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* ''Videogame/FinalFantasyVII'': Sephiroth. You spend most of the first disk following Sephiroth and observing dozens of bloody murders in his wake, including several key [=NPCs=], two impaled party member, members, and the [[SkippableBoss Midgar Zolom]] hanging from a tree.
29th Nov '16 7:55:34 AM Az_Tech341
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** The Demon King Dabura, a minor villain in the Buu arc, kills Piccolo by turning him into stone (though Piccolo is brought back later), does the same to Krillin, and incinerates Kibito with one blast. But what really gets him a spot here is his actions in the alternate timeline (as seen in the Dragon Ball Super manga) that Future Trunks is from. He kills Kibito again, kills the Old Kai by smashing the sword he was trapped in, beats down Future Trunks, and kills the Supreme Kai- which ends up indirectly killing '''''[[DefeatingTheUndefeatable Beerus,]]''''' as he and the Kai share a life link.

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** The Demon King Dabura, a minor villain in the Buu arc, kills Piccolo by turning him into stone (though Piccolo is brought back later), does the same to Krillin, and incinerates Kibito with one blast. But what really gets him a spot here is his actions in the alternate timeline (as seen in the Dragon Ball Super manga) that Future Trunks is from. He kills Kibito again, kills the Old Kai by smashing the sword he was trapped in, beats down Future Trunks, and kills the Supreme Kai- which ends up indirectly killing '''''[[DefeatingTheUndefeatable Beerus,]]''''' as he and the Kai share a life link.Kai.
28th Nov '16 6:07:58 PM MonsieurThenardier
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** The Demon King Dabura, a minor villain in the Buu arc, kills Piccolo by turning him into stone (though Piccolo is brought back later), does the same to Krillin, and incinerates Kibito with one blast. But what really gets him a spot here is his actions in the alternate timeline (as seen in the Dragon Ball Super manga) that Future Trunks is from. He kills Kibito again, kills the Old Kai by smashing the sword he was trapped in, beats down Future Trunks, and kills the Supreme Kai.

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** The Demon King Dabura, a minor villain in the Buu arc, kills Piccolo by turning him into stone (though Piccolo is brought back later), does the same to Krillin, and incinerates Kibito with one blast. But what really gets him a spot here is his actions in the alternate timeline (as seen in the Dragon Ball Super manga) that Future Trunks is from. He kills Kibito again, kills the Old Kai by smashing the sword he was trapped in, beats down Future Trunks, and kills the Supreme Kai.Kai- which ends up indirectly killing '''''[[DefeatingTheUndefeatable Beerus,]]''''' as he and the Kai share a life link.
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