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13th Jun '18 1:56:36 AM Shadowgazer
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* The leader of the Replicants, Roy Batty is the main antagonist of ''Film/BladeRunner'' and in a way a villain, but he is not the real instigator of the conflict, that role goes to Dr. Tyrell who created them.
%%* Barbossa in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl first]], Davy Jones in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest second]] and [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd third]], and Blackbeard in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides fourth]] ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' films.

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* The leader of the Replicants, Roy Batty is the main antagonist of ''Film/BladeRunner'' and in a way can be considered a villain, villain but he is not along with his brethren merely seeks his freedom and the chance to live like natural humans. Are they the real instigator instigators of the conflict, that this conflict? No this role goes to Dr. Tyrell and his company who not only created them.
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them as slaves, not only gave them a soon to be expiration date but also forbade their presence on Earth under penalty of death, no retirement.
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Barbossa in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanTheCurseOfTheBlackPearl first]], first]] who leads the cursed pirates into getting rid of the curse and represents them, Davy Jones in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanDeadMansChest second]] where his deal-making that is meant to take advantage of the mortal fear takes center stage and [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd third]], third]] where he is no longer in charge but is still a very forceful presence and the film is as much about defeating Beckett as much as dealing with Jones for Jack and Will, and Blackbeard in the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanOnStrangerTides fourth]] ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' films.
12th Jun '18 8:42:39 AM Shadowgazer
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* The leader of the Replicants, Roy Batty is the main antagonist of ''Film/BladeRunner'' and in a way a villain, but he is not the real instigator of the conflict, that role goes to Dr. Tyrell who created them.
11th Jun '18 11:20:51 AM WillKeaton
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* If you could really call him a "villain" per say, Pepe el Romano in [[Theatre/LaCasaDeBernardaAlba The House of Bernada Alba]] manages to drive the story without even appearing once. His presence in the background causes sister to bitterly turn against sister, and eventually undermine's Bernada's authority over the house, as Adela rebels.

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* If you could really call him a "villain" per say, Pepe el Romano in [[Theatre/LaCasaDeBernardaAlba ''[[Theatre/LaCasaDeBernardaAlba The House of Bernada Alba]] Alba]]'' manages to drive the story without even appearing once. His presence in the background causes sister to bitterly turn against sister, and eventually undermine's Bernada's authority over the house, as Adela rebels.
11th Jun '18 11:20:37 AM WillKeaton
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* If you could really call him a "villain" per say, Pepe el Romano in TheHouseOfBernadaAlba manages to drive the story without even appearing once. His presence in the background causes sister to bitterly turn against sister, and eventually undermine's Bernada's authority over the house, as Adela rebels.

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* If you could really call him a "villain" per say, Pepe el Romano in TheHouseOfBernadaAlba [[Theatre/LaCasaDeBernardaAlba The House of Bernada Alba]] manages to drive the story without even appearing once. His presence in the background causes sister to bitterly turn against sister, and eventually undermine's Bernada's authority over the house, as Adela rebels.
2nd Jun '18 8:51:13 PM Emperor_Oshron
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* [[HistoricalDomainCharacter Charles Lee]] in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII''. He serves as TheDragon to Haytham Kenway, Grand Master of the Colonial Rite Templars and [[ArchnemesisDad father of the main character, Connor]] and is more of a willing puppet, being the public figure that the Templars plan to use to take control of the fledgling United States so that Haytham, as their leader, will therefore control the American government. That said, Lee is the one who truly sets the events of the game in motion: he's the one who kills Connor's mother ([[spoiler:maybe]]) and is most directly responsible for other troubles that befall Connor and therefore the American Revolution, including firing the shot that started the Boston Massacre, framing him for attempted murder, and deliberately retreating from Monmouth to put the Patriots in a bad way. [[spoiler: And in the end, after Connor kills Haytham, Lee is the very last assassination target as the new Grand Master of the Colonial Rite]].

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* [[HistoricalDomainCharacter Charles Lee]] in ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedIII''. He serves as TheDragon to Haytham Kenway, Grand Kenway--Grand Master of the Colonial Rite Templars and [[ArchnemesisDad father of the main character, Connor]] and Connor]]--and is more of a willing puppet, being the public figure that the Templars plan to use to take control of the fledgling United States so that Haytham, as their leader, will therefore control the American government. That said, Lee is the one who truly sets the events of the game in motion: he's the one who kills Connor's mother ([[spoiler:maybe]]) and is most directly responsible for other troubles that befall Connor and therefore the American Revolution, including firing the shot that started the Boston Massacre, framing him for attempted murder, and deliberately retreating from Monmouth to put the Patriots in a bad way. [[spoiler: And in the end, after Connor kills Haytham, Lee is the very last assassination target as the new Grand Master of the Colonial Rite]].
9th May '18 7:30:25 PM infernape612
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* [[spoiler: Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' [[spoiler: He's the killer that the player has been pursuing for the entire game, responsible for the first two murders, manipulating Namatame into kidnapping the others, and pushing Mitsuo into the TV when he tried to claim that he was the killer. However, he's just a pawn to the GreaterScopeVillain in order to test humanity.]]
* Pretty much everything bad that happens in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' can be linked back to the BigBad, Masayoshi Shido. [[spoiler: To start with, he's the one responsible for the Protagonist's probation. He also abandoned his bastard son Goro, which resulted in him leading a shitty life, encouraging him to come up with a deranged revenge scheme. Said deranged revenge scheme led to Goro revealing his powers to Shido, allowing him to create a political conspiracy that exploits the Palace to commit crimes with the end goal of becoming Prime Minister. This results in the deaths and insanity of many people, including Futaba's mother, who was killed for her research, and Haru's father, who was a conspirator who was offed to protect the conspiracy and frame the Phantom Thieves. Futaba is left with crippling trauma while Haru is left heartbroken and guilty. Even after he's defeated, a major motivation for the endgame is making sure that society will properly punish him.]]

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* [[spoiler: [[spoiler:Tohru Adachi]] from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona4''. [[spoiler: He's the killer that the player has been pursuing for the entire game, responsible for the first two murders, manipulating Namatame into kidnapping the others, and pushing Mitsuo into the TV when he tried to claim that he was the killer. However, he's just a pawn to the GreaterScopeVillain in order to test humanity.]]
* Pretty much everything bad that happens in ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'' ''VideoGame/Persona5'' can be linked back to the BigBad, Masayoshi Shido. [[spoiler: To start with, he's the one responsible for the Protagonist's probation. He also abandoned his bastard son Goro, which resulted in him leading a shitty life, encouraging him to come up with a deranged revenge scheme. Said deranged revenge scheme led to Goro revealing his powers to Shido, allowing him to create a political conspiracy that exploits the Palace to commit crimes with the end goal of becoming Prime Minister. This results in the deaths and insanity of many people, including Futaba's mother, who was killed for her research, and Haru's father, who was a conspirator who was offed to protect the conspiracy and frame the Phantom Thieves. Futaba is left with crippling trauma while Haru is left heartbroken and guilty. Even after he's defeated, a major motivation for the endgame is making sure that society will properly punish him.]]



* Hazama(Aka Yuuki Terumi) from ''VideoGame/{{Blazblue}}''. He initially presented himself as a harmless bystander in the first game, but reveals his true colors in the ending and shows just how much he's had a hand in shaping the series` plot. He chops off the protagonist's arm, brainwashed his younger brother, {{Mind Rape}}d a young hapless soldier into a killing machine, the list goes on. Almost every major event is connected to him in some way and everyone is gunning after him. He is not however the BigBad despite what it looks like, he's more of TheDragon.

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* Hazama(Aka Hazama (aka Yuuki Terumi) from ''VideoGame/{{Blazblue}}''. He initially presented himself as a harmless bystander in the first game, but reveals his true colors in the ending and shows just how much he's had a hand in shaping the series` plot. He chops off the protagonist's arm, brainwashed his younger brother, {{Mind Rape}}d a young hapless soldier into a killing machine, the list goes on. Almost every major event is connected to him in some way and everyone is gunning after him. He is not however the BigBad despite what it looks like, he's more of TheDragon.



* ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' Trilogy: While each Zero is the BigBad of his game he usually stays in the shadows and doesn't actively work against the participants. However in the first two instalments there is someone else to provide direct conflict.

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* ''VisualNovel/ZeroEscape'' Trilogy: While each Zero is the BigBad of his game he usually stays in the shadows and doesn't actively work against the participants. However in the first two instalments installments there is someone else to provide direct conflict.
30th Apr '18 9:09:22 AM Njein
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* ''Film/JamesBond'': While the {{Big Bad}}s in ''Film/DrNo'', ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove'', ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' are all responsible for their plots, they're all working for the same NebulousEvilOrganization and receiving orders from one man: SPECTRE and its leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld. He's TheManBehindTheMan for all of them, but he joins the fray and takes direct command as the BigBad of ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'', ''Film/DiamondsAreForever'', and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.

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* ''Film/JamesBond'': While the {{Big Bad}}s in ''Film/DrNo'', ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove'', ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' are all responsible for their plots, they're all working for the same NebulousEvilOrganization and receiving orders from one man: SPECTRE and its leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld. He's TheManBehindTheMan and GreaterScopeVillain for all of them, but he joins the fray and takes direct command as the BigBad of ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'', ''Film/DiamondsAreForever'', and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.
30th Apr '18 9:08:25 AM Njein
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* ''Film/JamesBond'': While the {{Big Bad}}s in ''Film/DrNo'', ''Film/FromRussiaWithLove'', ''Film/{{Thunderball}}'', ''Film/CasinoRoyale2006'', ''Film/QuantumOfSolace'', and ''Film/{{Skyfall}}'' are all responsible for their plots, they're all working for the same NebulousEvilOrganization and receiving orders from one man: SPECTRE and its leader Ernst Stavro Blofeld. He's TheManBehindTheMan for all of them, but he joins the fray and takes direct command as the BigBad of ''Film/YouOnlyLiveTwice'', ''Film/OnHerMajestysSecretService'', ''Film/DiamondsAreForever'', and ''Film/{{Spectre}}''.
13th Apr '18 5:54:29 PM Nicoaln
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* In ''VideoGame/XenobladeChronicles2'', the organisation of Torna (Especially Jin and Malos), are the ones who set the plot into motion and, as the antagonists, have the most screen-time, with most chapters ending in a confrontation with them. However, as it turns out [[spoiler: it was none other than Amalthus]] who was responsible for the outright ''threat'' to the world.
13th Apr '18 5:44:04 PM Nicoaln
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** ''VideoGame/TalesOfBerseria'' features a group called the Abbey. Artorius is the BigBad as shown on the game's back cover and the game's first couple events. However, throughout the game, we learn that [[spoiler: Melchior]] is the heavy to the plan - since it was him who [[spoiler: sent Artorius go down the path he went, had Celica reincarnated into a Malak, and had been behind Magilou's backstory]]. The one thing that [[spoiler: Melchior]] wasn't the cause of was the Daemonblight, which as we learn in the postgame is caused by the GreaterScopeVillain.
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