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4th Feb '16 7:57:19 AM ctempire
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* The Japanese Nintendo 3DS downloadable game ''Cororoke no Mori Poitto'' is a very saccharine game, having [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter cute Mononoke]] and a pleasant setting. The villains, however, are Mononoke that represent disasters (Pollution, wildfires, floods, pests, and paranoia) and the final one is a [[spoiler:[[EldritchAbomination demonic eye void-like entity that is the king of all disasters]]]].
1st Feb '16 10:30:51 PM JMQwilleran
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* ''WesternAnimation/SheriffCalliesWildWest'' has at least three examples: ** In "The Train Bandits", the titular villains have no problem with sending the train's passenger cars towards a broken bridge, spelling certain doom for the passengers. ** All of the villains in the book ''The Cat Who Tamed the West'' are this - one of them even steals Callie's horse, Sparky. ** In "Boots or Consequences," Mean [=McGee=], who states that he steals whatever he wants, whenever he wants, and doesn't "give a baked bean" if it makes someone cry.
23rd Jan '16 5:39:37 PM Looneygamemaster
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* ''[[WesternAnimation/KatyLaOruga Katy the Caterpillar]]'' is a sweet little cartoon about a caterpillar exploring the world and meeting wacky characters. Its sequel, ''Katy Meets the Aliens'', focuses on her children doing the same thing--except it throws in a sinister alien who can [[VoluntaryShapeshifting turn into anything it sees]], and zaps the cute little animals away to a prison where it will drain their energy.
12th Jan '16 6:00:14 PM Scrounge
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** Particularly after she spent the majority of that second appearance [[spoiler:using time travel to prevent Twilight and her friends from ever meeting, and drags Twilight herself along [[ForcedToWatch so she can see it happen.]] They wind up doing this several times, each creating a worse timeline than the last; while Starlight didn't intend this part or even know about it at first, being shown that what she's done will result in [[SugarApocalypse Equestria being reduced to a barren wasteland]] does disturbingly little to dissuade her from this course of action.]]
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** *** Particularly after she spent the majority of that second appearance [[spoiler:using time travel to prevent Twilight and her friends from ever meeting, and drags Twilight herself along [[ForcedToWatch so she can see it happen.]] They wind up doing this several times, each creating a worse timeline than the last; while Starlight didn't intend this part or even know about it at first, being shown that what she's done will result in [[SugarApocalypse Equestria being reduced to a barren wasteland]] does disturbingly little to dissuade her from this course of action.]]
12th Jan '16 5:57:55 PM Scrounge
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**Particularly after she spent the majority of that second appearance [[spoiler:using time travel to prevent Twilight and her friends from ever meeting, and drags Twilight herself along [[ForcedToWatch so she can see it happen.]] They wind up doing this several times, each creating a worse timeline than the last; while Starlight didn't intend this part or even know about it at first, being shown that what she's done will result in [[SugarApocalypse Equestria being reduced to a barren wasteland]] does disturbingly little to dissuade her from this course of action.]]
11th Jan '16 4:23:38 PM DreamCord
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* ''Film/OsmosisJones'': For the most part, this is a lighthearted parody of SaltAndPepper cop movies with copious amounts of ToiletHumour for the kids all [[FantasticVoyagePlot set inside the human body]]. Enter [[OmnicidalManiac Thrax]]. He's portrayed as a mix between a supervillain and an international terrorist who travels between human hosts (which in the context of the movie are self-sufficient city/nations for countless micro-organisms) and [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt destroys them]], for no other reason than fame (if he can kill a human in less than 48 hours he'll get a chapter in every major medical text). Also, the [[TouchOfDeath slightest touch from his claw]] is enough to kill other microbes in a spectacular and horrible fashion, [[KillItWithFire burning them from the inside out until they finally explode]]. Then, just to ratchet up the NightmareFuel even further, at one point he counts out his previous victims; the one he's most proud of is [[WouldHarmAChild "a child who didn't wash her hands like she was told."]]
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* ''Film/OsmosisJones'': For the most part, this is a lighthearted parody of SaltAndPepper cop movies with copious amounts of ToiletHumour for the kids all [[FantasticVoyagePlot set inside the human body]]. Enter [[OmnicidalManiac Thrax]]. He's portrayed as a mix between a supervillain and an international terrorist who travels between human hosts (which in the context of the movie are self-sufficient city/nations for countless micro-organisms) and [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt destroys them]], for no other reason than fame (if he can kill a human in less than 48 hours he'll get a chapter in every major medical text). Also, the [[TouchOfDeath slightest touch from his claw]] is enough to kill other microbes in a spectacular and horrible fashion, [[KillItWithFire burning them from the inside out until they finally explode]]. Then, just to ratchet up the NightmareFuel even further, at one point he counts out his previous victims; the one he's most proud of is [[WouldHarmAChild [[WouldHurtAChild "a child who didn't wash her hands like she was told."]]
7th Jan '16 8:18:11 PM Cakeman
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* [[spoiler:Charles Muntz]] in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'' is a delusional and sociopathic murderer who kills anyone who he even ''thinks'' [[spoiler:threatens his discovery]].
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* [[spoiler:Charles Muntz]] in ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Up}}'', though Carl's childhood hero at one point, is a delusional and sociopathic murderer who kills anyone who he even ''thinks'' [[spoiler:threatens his discovery]].
7th Jan '16 3:55:35 PM Pwnisher248
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** As "Message Received" shows us, [[spoiler: she's much worse. She's shown to be an [[ItsAllAboutMe arrogant]], [[EvilIsPetty petty]] tyrant who demands that the earth, a planet with seemingly no significance in her ultimate plan, be destroyed seemingly [[ForTheEvulz just because]]. She displays a cold, callous attitude towards her underlings, and tries to kill Peridot by remotely detonating her communicator simply because Peridot [[DidYouJustFlipOffCthulhu talked back to her and called her a clod]].]]
5th Jan '16 5:43:50 PM millenniumrex
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** As of the final arc of the series [[spoiler:[[EldrichAbomination Bill Cipher]] certainly qualifies. While his initial appearance had him more of a twisted games master with BlueAndOrangeMorality, once he gains the power he needs, he turns into a villain straight out of the work of CliveBarker, turning the entire town into a twisted hellscape, engaging in casual use of BodyHorror and TakenForGranite, and taking great glee in setting horrific monsters upon the innocent townspeople. He's easily evolved into the darkest and most dangerous villain the show has ever seen. ]]
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** As of the final arc of the series [[spoiler:[[EldrichAbomination [[spoiler:[[EldritchAbomination Bill Cipher]] certainly qualifies. While his initial appearance had him more of a twisted games master with BlueAndOrangeMorality, once he gains the power he needs, he turns into a villain straight out of the work of CliveBarker, turning the entire town into a twisted hellscape, engaging in casual use of BodyHorror and TakenForGranite, and taking great glee in setting horrific monsters upon the innocent townspeople. He's easily evolved into the darkest and most dangerous villain the show has ever seen. ]]
5th Jan '16 5:42:58 PM millenniumrex
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** As of the final arc of the series [[spoiler:[[EldrichAbomination Bill Cipher]] certainly qualifies. While his initial appearance had him more of a twisted games master with BlueAndOrangeMorality, once he gains the power he needs, he turns into a villain straight out of the work of CliveBarker, turning the entire town into a twisted hellscape, engaging in casual use of BodyHorror and TakenForGranite, and taking great glee in setting horrific monsters upon the innocent townspeople. He's easily evolved into the darkest and most dangerous villain the show has ever seen. ]]
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