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16th Jun '17 1:46:26 PM Shadowgazer
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* Most episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' that center around the schemes of the terrorist organisation FOWL have Steelbeak as the main antagonist as he is their [[TheDragon number one agent]]. Since he is often seen enacting the planning and ordering their private army around some may forget that he following the orders of some shadowy figures on a tv screen who would easily kill him for failing them. But because they are unseen he is more of the face of the company than them.

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* Most episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' that center around the schemes of the terrorist organisation FOWL have Steelbeak as the main antagonist as he is their [[TheDragon number one agent]]. Since he is often seen enacting the planning and ordering their private army around some may forget that he is simply following the orders of some shadowy figures on a tv TV screen who would easily kill him for failing them. But because they are unseen he is more of the face of the company than them.
16th Jun '17 1:43:27 PM Shadowgazer
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* Most episodes of ''WesternAnimation/DarkwingDuck'' that center around the schemes of the terrorist organisation FOWL have Steelbeak as the main antagonist as he is their [[TheDragon number one agent]]. Since he is often seen enacting the planning and ordering their private army around some may forget that he following the orders of some shadowy figures on a tv screen who would easily kill him for failing them. But because they are unseen he is more of the face of the company than them.
8th Jun '17 6:41:40 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* The ''Literature/{{Redwall}}'' series has a few examples of the most prominent villain in the story being a little less prominent in terms of the setting.
** ''Mattimeo'' has a good example in Slagar the Cruel. Though he's the one who instigates the conflict, he's relatively minor in the grand scheme of things. He's not in charge of the underground empire; it's ruled by Malkariss, and his [[TheDragon right hand]] Nadaz helps to administer it. He's not even a particularly high-ranking minion. However, he does instigate the story's conflict through his kidnapping of the heroes' children, and he's the most prominent antagonist towards both his captives and his pursuers.
2nd Jun '17 4:39:56 PM ImperialMajestyXO
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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': [[MadeOfEvil The First]] is intangible, which means all the physical jobs belong to [[TheDragon Caleb]]. It first showed up in season 3 as the MonsterOfTheWeek, and claims to have been the GreaterScopeVillain for the entirety of the series. but only becomes relevant in season 7.

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* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': [[MadeOfEvil The First]] is intangible, which means all the physical jobs belong to [[TheDragon Caleb]]. It first showed up in season 3 as the a MonsterOfTheWeek, and claims to have been the GreaterScopeVillain for the entirety of the series. series, but only becomes relevant in season 7.
18th May '17 5:50:52 AM Anddrix
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Malcolm Merlyn, the BigBad of Season One, is responsible for the events of the entire show, having sabotaged the ''Queen's Gambit'' and leaving Oliver stranded on Lian Yu. Nearly all the misfortune in Oliver's life can be blamed on that incident and the five years of hell that followed. Malcolm was also directly responsible for the events of Season Three: [[spoiler:he brainwashes Thea into killing Sara, sending Oliver into a collision course with Ra's al Ghul, whose death at the end of the season plays a part in the events of Season Five]]. In short, nobody has had more impact on Oliver Queen's life, and by extension, the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}, than Malcolm Merlyn has.

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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Malcolm Merlyn, the BigBad of Season One, is responsible for the events of the entire show, having sabotaged the ''Queen's Gambit'' and leaving Oliver stranded on Lian Yu. Nearly all the misfortune in Oliver's life can be blamed on that incident and the five years of hell that followed. Malcolm was also directly responsible for the events of Season Three: [[spoiler:he brainwashes Thea into killing Sara, sending Oliver into a collision course with Ra's al Ghul, whose death at the end of the season plays a part in the events of Season Five]]. In short, nobody has had more impact on Oliver Queen's life, and by extension, the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}, Series/{{Arrowverse}}, than Malcolm Merlyn has.
17th May '17 8:22:31 AM MarsJenkar
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* The plot of ''VideoGame/SilentHill4'' is centered around the plans of the BigBad. [[PlayerCharacter Henry's]] role? He blundered into becoming a part of those plans because [[RightManInTheWrongPlace he happened to choose the wrong apartment]].
2nd May '17 12:34:02 PM flodoris
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* Tobi [[spoiler:aka [[FallenHero Obito Uchiha]]]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. He was responsible for the Nine-Tails attack on Konoha and therefore the deaths of Naruto's mother and father, as well as Naruto's life as a Jinchuuriki and as a consequence for the dream Naruto become The Hokage. ''Then'' he participated in the Uchiha Clan Massacre, causing Sasuke's StartOfDarkness, and he threw Kirigakure to hell by controlling the [[FourIsDeath Fourth Mizukage]] that in turn, will be the beginning for two [[StarterVillain Starter Villains]] which will make the major influence behind Naruto's [[PowerOfFriendship personal code]]. [[spoiler:Also he was responsible for Kakashi's Sharingan, and his personality.]] He's the leader of Akatsuki, and is responsible for indirectly causing a ton of other problems, like determining the damage done on Orochimaru's invasion of Konoha because he killed Minato, who could've stopped him. [[spoiler:Obito's "death" was a '''''huge''''' catalyst.]]
%%** Orochimaru and Pain.

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* Tobi [[spoiler:aka [[FallenHero Obito Uchiha]]]] from ''Manga/{{Naruto}}''. He was responsible for the Nine-Tails attack on Konoha and therefore the deaths of Naruto's mother and father, as well as Naruto's life as a Jinchuuriki and as a consequence for the dream Naruto become The Hokage. ''Then'' he participated in Later this incident leads to the Uchiha Clan Massacre, Massacre in which he ''also'' participated, causing Sasuke's StartOfDarkness, and he threw Kirigakure to hell by controlling the [[FourIsDeath Fourth Mizukage]] that in turn, will be the beginning for two [[StarterVillain Starter Villains]] which will make the major influence behind Naruto's [[PowerOfFriendship personal code]]. [[spoiler:Also he was responsible for Kakashi's Sharingan, and his personality.]] He's the leader of Akatsuki, Akatsuki and is directly responsible for existence and activities of the organization in the form in which we know it now. Also he's responsible for indirectly causing a ton of other problems, like determining the damage done on Orochimaru's invasion of Konoha because he killed Minato, who could've stopped him. [[spoiler:Obito's "death" was a '''''huge''''' catalyst.]]
%%** Orochimaru and Pain.
catalyst for everything the plot of series.]]
25th Apr '17 8:09:07 AM VoxAquila
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** ''Film/RogueOne:'' Director Orson Krennic has the most direct connection to the Death Star saboteurs (being the one who separated Jyn Erso from her parents) but answers to the Imperial leadership.

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** ''Film/RogueOne:'' Director Orson Krennic has the most direct connection to the Death Star saboteurs (being the one who separated Jyn Erso from her parents) but answers to the Imperial leadership. leadership...[[BullyingADragon who are not shy about reminding him of it.]]
24th Apr '17 6:58:27 PM nombretomado
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* The ''TalesSeries'' has quite a few.

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* The ''TalesSeries'' ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'' has quite a few.
13th Apr '17 6:05:15 AM Nyame
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* ''Series/{{Arrow}}'': Malcolm Merlyn, the BigBad of Season One, is responsible for the events of the entire show, having sabotaged the ''Queen's Gambit'' and leaving Oliver stranded on Lian Yu. Nearly all the misfortune in Oliver's life can be blamed on that incident and the five years of hell that followed. Malcolm was also directly responsible for the events of Season Three: [[spoiler:he brainwashes Thea into killing Sara, sending Oliver into a collision course with Ra's al Ghul, whose death at the end of the season plays a part in the events of Season Five]]. In short, nobody has had more impact on Oliver Queen's life, and by extension, the Franchise/{{Arrowverse}}, than Malcolm Merlyn has.
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