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25th Sep '17 5:01:32 AM isoycrazy
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* The StarterVillain of ''WesternAnimation/{{Castlevania}}'' is an unnamed Bishop who [[TheFundamentalist mercilessly]] murders anyone who disagrees with his views, declaring them to be heretics. He burns Lisa (Dracula's wife) at the stake for being a doctor along with her paraphenellia from Dracula's knowledge, accusing her of witchcraft, and [[NeverMyFault refuses to accept responsibility]] for the fact that this causes Dracula's vengeful rampage. Later, he tries to kill Trevor and the Speakers, despite them being the only ones with the means to protect people from Dracula's forces, just because they don't follow his dogma.
** This also applies to all his priests, as they're all, to a one, violent bullies.

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The StarterVillain of ''WesternAnimation/{{Castlevania}}'' is an unnamed Bishop who [[TheFundamentalist mercilessly]] murders anyone who disagrees with his views, declaring them to be heretics. He burns Lisa (Dracula's wife) at the stake for being a doctor along with her paraphenellia from Dracula's knowledge, accusing her of witchcraft, and [[NeverMyFault refuses to accept responsibility]] for the fact that this causes Dracula's vengeful rampage. Later, he tries to kill Trevor and the Speakers, despite them being the only ones with the means to protect people from Dracula's forces, just because they don't follow his dogma.
dogma. He further likes how Dracula's attack gives him the opening to increase his religious political power and potentially becoming the absolute leader. His evils are so great [[spoiler:by the season one finale his actions desecrated the church he works in. God's Love for him is gone and He permits demons to enter the church and kill the Bishop]].
** This also applies to all his priests, as they're all, to a one, violent bullies. The first two seen are bullying and about to beat up an elderly Speaker. Speakers are nomadic people who help any in need and may be scholars of magic. There are others in the Bishop's ranks who try to kill Trevor later.
** The Bishop's superior the Archbishop is hinted at being one of these as he too is against the sciences, preferring to keep the people of the country in an uneducated state.
22nd Sep '17 5:59:16 AM emperors
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* Jonah in ''Film/DriveAngry''.
20th Sep '17 12:27:10 PM emperors
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Dragon Priests, leaders of an ancient ReligionOfEvil that worshiped the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]]. The Dragon Priests were mortals granted some measure of power and authority by the dragons. As a symbol of their authority, they were given [[CoolMask powerfully enchanted masks]]. However, their [[MalevolentMaskedMen cruelty and malevolence]] were second only to the dragons themselves. One priest, Rahgot, ordered hundreds of innocent children to commit suicide to ensure he had a ready supply of undead warriors. When one of his alchemists raised objections over this, he had her murdered to silence dissent. While the dragons and the Dragon Cult were defeated long ago, they make a comeback following [[BigBad Alduin]]'s return in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]''.
20th Sep '17 11:44:23 AM BeerBaron
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* ''Franchise/TheElderScrolls'' series has the Dragon Priests, leaders of an ancient ReligionOfEvil that worshiped the [[OurDragonsAreDifferent dragons]]. The Dragon Priests were mortals granted some measure of power and authority by the dragons. As a symbol of their authority, they were given [[CoolMask powerfully enchanted masks]]. However, their [[MalevolentMaskedMen cruelty and malevolence]] were second only to the dragons themselves. One priest, Rahgot, ordered hundreds of innocent children to commit suicide to ensure he had a ready supply of undead warriors. When one of his alchemists raised objections over this, he had her murdered to silence dissent. While the dragons and the Dragon Cult were defeated long ago, they make a comeback following [[BigBad Alduin]]'s return in ''[[VideoGame/TheElderScrollsVSkyrim Skyrim]]''.
16th Sep '17 4:05:15 PM CJCroen1393
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheGoodDinosaur'' has a rough prehistoric equivalent in Thunderclap, a vicious and deranged pterodactyl who leads an obsessive cult that deifies the storms. He speaks very much like a corrupt religious leader.
16th Sep '17 11:42:06 AM SeptimusHeap
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* The early 90's ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' had a wedding between Cyclops and Jean Grey that seemed to go fine, until the minister who performed the ceremony was later revealed to be [[spoiler: a disguised Morph working for Mister Sinister]].

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* The early 90's ''WesternAnimation/{{X-Men}}'' ''WesternAnimation/XMen'' had a wedding between Cyclops and Jean Grey that seemed to go fine, until the minister who performed the ceremony was later revealed to be [[spoiler: a disguised Morph working for Mister Sinister]].
12th Sep '17 9:46:14 AM emperors
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* Lord Bishop, the BigBad of ''Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade''. He is actually a {{Satanis}} who worships the Devil and intends on releasing him on the world by sacrificing a young maiden. The Church is portrayed as SaintlyChurch in this game.

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* Lord Bishop, the BigBad of ''Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade''. He is actually a {{Satanis}} {{Satanist}} who worships the Devil and intends on releasing him on the world by sacrificing a young maiden. The Church is portrayed as SaintlyChurch in this game.
12th Sep '17 9:42:59 AM emperors
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* Lord Bishop, the BigBad of ''Knights of the Temple: Infernal Crusade''. He is actually a {{Satanis}} who worships the Devil and intends on releasing him on the world by sacrificing a young maiden. The Church is portrayed as SaintlyChurch in this game.
3rd Sep '17 6:06:16 PM t209
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* The StarterVillain of ''WesternAnimation/{{Castlevania}}'' is an unnamed Bishop who [[TheFundamentalist mercilessly]] murders anyone who disagrees with his views, declaring them to be heretics. He burns Lisa (Dracula's wife) at the stake for being a doctor, accusing her of witchcraft, and [[NeverMyFault refuses to accept responsibility]] for the fact that this causes Dracula's vengeful rampage. Later, he tries to kill Trevor and the Speakers, despite them being the only ones with the means to protect people from Dracula's forces, just because they don't follow his dogma.

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* The StarterVillain of ''WesternAnimation/{{Castlevania}}'' is an unnamed Bishop who [[TheFundamentalist mercilessly]] murders anyone who disagrees with his views, declaring them to be heretics. He burns Lisa (Dracula's wife) at the stake for being a doctor, doctor along with her paraphenellia from Dracula's knowledge, accusing her of witchcraft, and [[NeverMyFault refuses to accept responsibility]] for the fact that this causes Dracula's vengeful rampage. Later, he tries to kill Trevor and the Speakers, despite them being the only ones with the means to protect people from Dracula's forces, just because they don't follow his dogma.
22nd Aug '17 8:41:28 PM PaulA
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* In the second book of the ''Literature/BardicVoices'' series by Creator/MercedesLackey, we have High Bishop Padrik, who took control over the city-state of Gradford with faked miracles (most of which were learned from a rogue Gypsy clan or helped along with his magic) and being a great orator, preaching on such subjects as that woman's place was in [[StayInTheKitchen the home]], that nonhumans were Anathema, and any sort of fun (non-Church music and brightly colored clothing, for example) was a sin.

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* In the second book of the ''Literature/BardicVoices'' series ''Literature/TheRobinAndTheKestrel'' by Creator/MercedesLackey, we have High Bishop Padrik, who took control over the city-state of Gradford with faked miracles (most of which were learned from a rogue Gypsy clan or helped along with his magic) and being a great orator, preaching on such subjects as that woman's place was in [[StayInTheKitchen the home]], that nonhumans were Anathema, and any sort of fun (non-Church music and brightly colored clothing, for example) was a sin.
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