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11th Jan '16 1:58:28 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[PsychoForHire Pokémon Hunter J]], as her name implies, is a remorseless Pokémon hunter who hunts rare Pokemon to sell on the black market, with little compunction in stealing them from other trainers. To do this, J petrifies the Pokémon and leaves it as a statue she keeps in storage, and is perfectly willing to petrify other humans and leave them petrified. Bearing a callous disregard for human life, J drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men for the purpose of ridding herself of Ash in her first appearance, and later on attempts to directly kill him and his friends several times, having her Salamence set fire to a densely-populated forest for this purpose. J ultimately ends up complicit in a scheme which will result in the ultimate destruction of the universe, and ends as one of the only characters with no humane traits in the 800+ episodes of the anime.

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** [[PsychoForHire [[KnightOfCerebus Pokémon Hunter J]], J]] is, as her name implies, is implies. a remorseless Pokémon hunter [[EvilPoacher poacher]] of Pokémon, who hunts rare Pokemon to sell on the black market, with little compunction or restraint in stealing them from other trainers. To do this, J petrifies [[TakenForGranite petrifies]] the Pokémon and leaves it as a statue she keeps in storage, and is perfectly willing to petrify other humans and leave them petrified. Bearing a Not only does she mistreat any and all Pokemon and people that work for her, but her callous disregard for human life, humans and Pokémon alike is shown when J [[MoralEventHorizon drops a section of her airship airship]] [[BadBoss containing several of her own men men]] for the purpose of ridding herself of Ash [[WouldHurtAChild ten-year-old]] protagonist [[TheHero Ash]] in her first appearance, as well as several Pokémon, and also later on during attempts to directly kill him and his friends several times, including having her Salamence [[KillItWithFire set fire fire]] to a densely-populated forest for this purpose. Brutal, sadistic, [[TheSociopath sociopathic]], and [[TheUnfettered unfettered]] J ultimately ends up complicit in a scheme which will result in the ultimate destruction of the universe, and ends as one of the only characters [[VileVillainSaccharineShow villains]] with no humane traits in the 800+ episodes of the anime.
14th Dec '15 12:14:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'': Charon was a money-obsessed {{Jerkass}} in the ''Pokémon'' games, but here [[EstablishingCharacterMoment his method of introducing himself]] is to order his agents to suicide bomb a crowded stadium. He holds no regard for the lives of others and plans to control the world with money made from selling legendary Pokémon. Charon captures the organization's previous leader, Cyrus, and tries to kill two of his top officers when they leave to find him. Cyrus goes on to rally the remaining agents against Charon, despite previously trying to [[EvenEvilHasStandards destroy the universe]].

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* ''Manga/PokemonDiamondAndPearlAdventure'': Charon [[MadScientist Charon]] was always a money-obsessed {{Jerkass}} [[{{Greed}} money-obsessed]] JerkAss in the ''Pokémon'' games, but here [[EstablishingCharacterMoment his method of introducing himself]] is to order his agents to suicide bomb a crowded stadium. stadium, the explosion potentially destroying the whole town were it to spread. While this fails, his intent is clear. He holds no regard for the lives of others and plans to control the world with money made from selling legendary Pokémon. Charon Pokémon, as well as to extort more money from the masses by threatening them with the power of Giratina. He also does nasty experiments on Pokémon that shuts off their very hearts and essentially turn them into living weapons, Koya's Growlithe being among his victims, and we see him use a bunch of Skuntank under MindControl as explosive weapons against the opposing trainers. [[BadBoss Charon]] doesn't even treat his colleagues within Team Galactic well, as he captures the organization's previous leader, Cyrus, and tries to kill two of his top officers when they leave to find him. Cyrus goes on to rally the remaining agents against Charon, despite previously trying to [[EvenEvilHasStandards despite he himself previously trying to destroy the universe]].
universe]]. Thinking [[ItsAllAboutMe only of himself the whole way through]], Charon ends the series the sole character to reject ThePowerOfFriendship as a concept and thus ends up thoroughly irredeemable.
2nd Oct '15 12:41:10 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[PsychoForHire Pokémon Hunter J]], as her name implies, is a remorseless Pokémon hunter who hunts rare Pokemon to sell on the black market, with little compunction in stealing them from other trainers. To do this, J petrifies the Pokémon and leaves it as a statue she keeps in storage, and is perfectly willing to petrify other humans and leave them petrified. Bearing a callous disregard for human life, J drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men for the purpose of ridding himself of Ash in her first appearance, and later on attempts to directly kill him and his friends several times, having her Salamence set fire to a densely-populated forest for this purpose. J ultimately ends up complicit in a scheme which will result in the ultimate destruction of the universe, and ends as one of the only characters with no humane traits in the 800+ episodes of the anime.

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** [[PsychoForHire Pokémon Hunter J]], as her name implies, is a remorseless Pokémon hunter who hunts rare Pokemon to sell on the black market, with little compunction in stealing them from other trainers. To do this, J petrifies the Pokémon and leaves it as a statue she keeps in storage, and is perfectly willing to petrify other humans and leave them petrified. Bearing a callous disregard for human life, J drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men for the purpose of ridding himself herself of Ash in her first appearance, and later on attempts to directly kill him and his friends several times, having her Salamence set fire to a densely-populated forest for this purpose. J ultimately ends up complicit in a scheme which will result in the ultimate destruction of the universe, and ends as one of the only characters with no humane traits in the 800+ episodes of the anime.
1st Oct '15 3:21:56 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[PsychoForHire Pokemon Hunter J]], as [[BountyHunter her name implies]], [[EvilPoacher hunts rare Pokemon]] to sell on the black market, and has no qualms with stealing them from other trainers. She is willing to go to any length in order to capture these Pokemon for her clients, including attempted murder on her fellow humans. In her first appearance, she drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men, and the Pokemon that she’d stolen, just in order to be rid of our 10-year-old protagonist, who was in the same section of the ship. She shows absolutely no hesitation or remorse for this action, and Ash had only been a slight inconvenience to her at that point. In her follow-up appearances, she continued to demonstrate her {{sociopath}}ic, {{greed}}y, ruthless nature, as well as her total disregard for any form of life by continuing to steal rare Pokemon, setting fire to a large section of densely populated forest in order to kill Ash, ordering her Salamance to attack humans directly, commanding her Drapion to squeeze the life out of Ash, and abandoning one of her clients to the police the second after she got paid. In the 800+ episodes of the Pokemon anime, she’s the [[KnightOfCerebus only character who has proven to be purely evil with no redeeming qualities]].

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** [[PsychoForHire Pokemon Pokémon Hunter J]], as [[BountyHunter her name implies]], [[EvilPoacher implies, is a remorseless Pokémon hunter who hunts rare Pokemon]] Pokemon to sell on the black market, and has no qualms with little compunction in stealing them from other trainers. She To do this, J petrifies the Pokémon and leaves it as a statue she keeps in storage, and is perfectly willing to go to any length in order to capture these Pokemon petrify other humans and leave them petrified. Bearing a callous disregard for her clients, including attempted murder on her fellow humans. In her first appearance, she human life, J drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men, men for the purpose of ridding himself of Ash in her first appearance, and the Pokemon that she’d stolen, just in order later on attempts to be rid of our 10-year-old protagonist, who was in the same section of the ship. She shows absolutely no hesitation or remorse for this action, directly kill him and Ash had only been a slight inconvenience to his friends several times, having her at that point. In her follow-up appearances, she continued to demonstrate her {{sociopath}}ic, {{greed}}y, ruthless nature, as well as her total disregard for any form of life by continuing to steal rare Pokemon, setting Salamence set fire to a large section of densely populated densely-populated forest for this purpose. J ultimately ends up complicit in order to kill Ash, ordering her Salamance to attack humans directly, commanding her Drapion to squeeze a scheme which will result in the life out ultimate destruction of Ash, the universe, and abandoning ends as one of her clients to the police the second after she got paid. In only characters with no humane traits in the 800+ episodes of the Pokemon anime, she’s the [[KnightOfCerebus only character who has proven to be purely evil with no redeeming qualities]].anime.
1st Oct '15 3:21:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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** [[OmnicidalManiac Cyrus]] lacks any of the [[FreudianExcuse sympathetic]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist qualities]] his [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl game counterpart]] has and becomes pure evil in the process. The leader of Team Galactic, Cyrus poses as a business mogul while secretly organizing destructive raids with little care as to gets hurt in the process around the Sinnoh region for the purpose of summoning Dialga and Palkia to create a perfect new world. Cyrus steps on anything and anyone to get his way, apathetic to the harm of Pokémon and humans in general, demonstrated when he utilizes a machine that sends out sound waves that cause Steel Pokémon immense pain and drives them into hostile frenzies. He coldly orders Commander Mars to utterly obliterate Iron Island and everything on it for the simple purpose of ridding himself of Ash and his friends, [[WouldHurtAChild something he demonstrates little hesitance in doing]]. Cyrus is perfectly willing to employ the below-mentioned Hunter J to his cause as well, despite knowing the hunter's brutal ways, and in the end, ultimately dooms the entire universe- as well as his own loyal allies- to destruction to rule his perfect new world alone. Psychopathic and with a total LackOfEmpathy, Cyrus ends as the most vile team leader to ever grace the anime.



** [[OmnicidalManiac Cyrus]] lacks any of the [[FreudianExcuse sympathetic]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist qualities]] his [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl game counterpart]] has and becomes pure evil in the process. The leader of Team Galactic, Cyrus poses as a business mogul while secretly organizing destructive raids with little care as to gets hurt in the process around the Sinnoh region for the purpose of summoning Dialga and Palkia to create a perfect new world. Cyrus steps on anything and anyone to get his way, apathetic to the harm of Pokémon and humans in general, demonstrated when he utilizes a machine that sends out sound waves that cause Steel Pokémon immense pain and drives them into hostile frenzies. He coldly orders Commander Mars to utterly obliterate Iron Island and everything on it for the simple purpose of ridding himself of Ash and his friends, [[WouldHurtAChild something he demonstrates little hesitance in doing]]. Cyrus is perfectly willing to employ the below-mentioned Hunter J to his cause as well, despite knowing the hunter's brutal ways, and in the end, ultimately dooms the entire universe- as well as his own loyal allies- to destruction to rule his perfect new world alone. Psychopathic and with a total LackOfEmpathy, Cyrus ends as the most vile team leader to ever grace the anime.
29th Sep '15 3:26:40 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Diamond and Pearl'': [[PsychoForHire Pokemon Hunter J]], as [[BountyHunter her name implies]], [[EvilPoacher hunts rare Pokemon]] to sell on the black market, and has no qualms with stealing them from other trainers. She is willing to go to any length in order to capture these Pokemon for her clients, including attempted murder on her fellow humans. In her first appearance, she drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men, and the Pokemon that she’d stolen, just in order to be rid of our 10-year-old protagonist, who was in the same section of the ship. She shows absolutely no hesitation or remorse for this action, and Ash had only been a slight inconvenience to her at that point. In her follow-up appearances, she continued to demonstrate her {{sociopath}}ic, {{greed}}y, ruthless nature, as well as her total disregard for any form of life by continuing to steal rare Pokemon, setting fire to a large section of densely populated forest in order to kill Ash, ordering her Salamance to attack humans directly, commanding her Drapion to squeeze the life out of Ash, and abandoning one of her clients to the police the second after she got paid. In the 800+ episodes of the Pokemon anime, she’s the [[KnightOfCerebus only character who has proven to be purely evil with no redeeming qualities]].

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[[PsychoForHire Pokemon Hunter J]], as [[BountyHunter her name implies]], [[EvilPoacher hunts rare Pokemon]] to sell on the black market, and has no qualms with stealing them from other trainers. She is willing to go to any length in order to capture these Pokemon for her clients, including attempted murder on her fellow humans. In her first appearance, she drops a section of her airship containing several of her own men, and the Pokemon that she’d stolen, just in order to be rid of our 10-year-old protagonist, who was in the same section of the ship. She shows absolutely no hesitation or remorse for this action, and Ash had only been a slight inconvenience to her at that point. In her follow-up appearances, she continued to demonstrate her {{sociopath}}ic, {{greed}}y, ruthless nature, as well as her total disregard for any form of life by continuing to steal rare Pokemon, setting fire to a large section of densely populated forest in order to kill Ash, ordering her Salamance to attack humans directly, commanding her Drapion to squeeze the life out of Ash, and abandoning one of her clients to the police the second after she got paid. In the 800+ episodes of the Pokemon anime, she’s the [[KnightOfCerebus only character who has proven to be purely evil with no redeeming qualities]].qualities]].
** [[OmnicidalManiac Cyrus]] lacks any of the [[FreudianExcuse sympathetic]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist qualities]] his [[VideoGame/PokemonDiamondAndPearl game counterpart]] has and becomes pure evil in the process. The leader of Team Galactic, Cyrus poses as a business mogul while secretly organizing destructive raids with little care as to gets hurt in the process around the Sinnoh region for the purpose of summoning Dialga and Palkia to create a perfect new world. Cyrus steps on anything and anyone to get his way, apathetic to the harm of Pokémon and humans in general, demonstrated when he utilizes a machine that sends out sound waves that cause Steel Pokémon immense pain and drives them into hostile frenzies. He coldly orders Commander Mars to utterly obliterate Iron Island and everything on it for the simple purpose of ridding himself of Ash and his friends, [[WouldHurtAChild something he demonstrates little hesitance in doing]]. Cyrus is perfectly willing to employ the below-mentioned Hunter J to his cause as well, despite knowing the hunter's brutal ways, and in the end, ultimately dooms the entire universe- as well as his own loyal allies- to destruction to rule his perfect new world alone. Psychopathic and with a total LackOfEmpathy, Cyrus ends as the most vile team leader to ever grace the anime.
28th Sep '15 2:21:55 PM Willbyr
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21st Sep '15 12:31:18 AM SeptimusHeap
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->''"Don't waste your time. It's too late to save your friend, Celebi. Because the sweet, little Pokémon you used to know doesn't exist anymore. Here, see for yourself! Celebi, get rid of them all!...With Celebi, I can rule Team Rocket, and the whole world if I want to!"''
-->--'''The Iron-Masked Marauder''', ''Anime/Pokemon4Ever''
9th Sep '15 3:13:25 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'': While Classical Darkrai is a well intentioned etheral entity that deploys a ghastly self defense mechanism, [[BiggerBad this version]], who we only see in the post-credits story but who [[ManipulativeBastard has been manipulating]] the events [[TheChessmaster the whole time]], is a far more loathsome beast. His first callous act is to make the [[BadFuture future a horrible place to live in]] by [[TheManBehindTheMan taking control of the time god]], [[BigBad Dialga]], completely halting time, and sends the player back in time, giving them amnesia and transforming them into a Pokémon. He then sends his chief minion [[TheDragon Dusknoir]] back to the present day to spread rumours that Grovlye (a hero who worked with the protagonist) is trying to ruin the world. Dusknoir takes the protagonist and their best friend ([[WouldHurtAChild implied to be children in this game]]) to the future where he attempts to assassinate them by having his underlings shred them. When that fails, and his plans are thwarted, he goes to the heroes in a dream in the guise of Cresselia telling them to [[DrivenToSuicide commit suicide]] to save the world. When that fails, he uses the spacial god [[OlympusMons Palkia]] to againt attempt to assassinate the heroes. That fails as well so he [[MindRape places another child into an eternal nightmare while torturing him]] and once again tries to murder the protagonists. Since that too, fails, he traps the heroes intending to kill them and nearly succeeds. He feels no regrets for his crimes and wishes nothing more than the [[OmnicidalManiac complete and utter destruction of the world]] just so he can rule it the tattered remains [[AGodAmI as a god]].

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* ''VideoGame/PokemonMysteryDungeonExplorers'': While Classical Darkrai is a well intentioned etheral entity that deploys a ghastly self defense mechanism, [[BiggerBad this version]], who we only see in the post-credits story but who [[ManipulativeBastard has been manipulating]] the events [[TheChessmaster Darkrai]] is the whole time]], true BigBad, and is a far more loathsome beast. His first callous act is to make evil than [[WellIntentionedExtremist Classical Darkrai]]. He was responsible for the [[BadFuture future a horrible place to live in]] by [[TheManBehindTheMan taking control collapsing of the time god]], [[BigBad Dialga]], completely halting time, and sends the player back in time, giving them amnesia and transforming them into a Pokémon. He then sends his chief minion [[TheDragon Dusknoir]] back Temporal Tower that lead to the present day to spread rumours that Grovlye (a hero who worked BadFuture, tortures an [[WouldHurtAChild innocent child]] with [[MindRape violent nightmares]] to lure out the protagonist) is trying to ruin the world. Dusknoir takes the protagonist PlayerCharacter and their best friend ([[WouldHurtAChild implied to be children in this game]]) to the future where he his partner, and makes several attempts to assassinate them by having his underlings shred them. When that fails, and so he can try his plans are thwarted, he goes again. One of his murder attempts involves trying to get the heroes in a dream in the guise of Cresselia telling them to [[DrivenToSuicide willingly commit suicide]] to save the world. When that fails, he uses the spacial god [[OlympusMons Palkia]] to againt attempt to assassinate the heroes. That fails as well so he [[MindRape places another child by tricking them into an eternal nightmare while torturing him]] and once again tries to murder thinking their existence is threatening the protagonists. Since that too, fails, he traps space-time continuum due to TimeTravel shenanigans, which is easily one of the heroes intending to kill them and nearly succeeds. darkest moments in any ''Pokémon'' game. He feels has no regrets for his crimes and wishes nothing more than the [[OmnicidalManiac complete and utter destruction of the world]] world]], just so he can rule it the tattered remains [[AGodAmI as a god]].remains.
20th Aug '15 2:04:03 AM SeptimusHeap
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* ''Anime/PokemonTheMastermindOfMiragePokemon'': [[EvilAllAlong Dr. Yung]], AKA the [[BigBad Mirage Master]], was a [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] MadScientist who viewed real Pokemon as being imperfect. It was his disdain towards real Pokemon that inspired him to create Mirage Pokemon. His experiments were deemed too cruel by his peers [[note]] He would forcibly scan a Pokemon's memory to create a new Pokemon. [[/note]], and he was shut down. Vowing revenge, he dons the Mirage Master alter-ego after faking his own abduction, He kidnaps Profesor Oak, and tried to [[MindRape emotionally torture him]] into giving him his password to his PC database in the hopes of hacking into worldwide Pokemon centers. He also abuses, and [[KillTheCutie eventually kills]], his Mew Mirage (which he viewed as a failed experiment), and he forcibly scans Pikachu's memory, thus injuring him. After he had finally gotten Oak to crack, he tries to kill him with his Mewtwo Mirage because he was [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness no longer of use to him]]. Yung later planned on deploying missiles so that he could have a larger field for his Mirages, and he fully intended on releasing Mirage Mewtwo's power unto the world. [[LackOfEmpathy Lacking regard]] for natural and artificial life, Yung was [[ItsAllAboutMe only motivated]] by his own [[{{selfish|Evil}} goals]].

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* ''Anime/PokemonTheMastermindOfMiragePokemon'': [[EvilAllAlong Dr. Yung]], AKA the [[BigBad Mirage Master]], was a [[TheSociopath sociopathic]] MadScientist who viewed real Pokemon as being imperfect. It was his disdain towards real Pokemon that inspired him to create Mirage Pokemon. His experiments were deemed too cruel by his peers [[note]] He would forcibly scan a Pokemon's memory to create a new Pokemon. [[/note]], and he was shut down. Vowing revenge, he dons the Mirage Master alter-ego after faking his own abduction, He kidnaps Profesor Oak, and tried to [[MindRape emotionally torture him]] into giving him his password to his PC database in the hopes of hacking into worldwide Pokemon centers. He also abuses, and [[KillTheCutie eventually kills]], his Mew Mirage (which he viewed as a failed experiment), and he forcibly scans Pikachu's memory, thus injuring him. After he had finally gotten Oak to crack, he tries to kill him with his Mewtwo Mirage because he was [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness no longer of use to him]]. Yung later planned on deploying missiles so that he could have a larger field for his Mirages, and he fully intended on releasing Mirage Mewtwo's power unto the world. [[LackOfEmpathy Lacking regard]] for natural and artificial life, Yung was [[ItsAllAboutMe only motivated]] by his own [[{{selfish|Evil}} goals]].goals.



* ''Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions'': The BigBad, [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Grings Kodai]], is a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive powerful businessman]] who discovered one of Celebi's Time Ripples. Gaining its power at the price of annihilating the nearby city's plant life, Kodai used this power for his own {{greed}}. In the current, Kodai kidnapped a Zoroark's baby Zorua, importing the baby into another region and using blackmail to force Zoroark to terrorize innocents to make himself look good. He intended to renew his abilities by touching the Time Ripple again, at the threat of once again devastating the ecosystem solely for the money. Once Zoroark tracks Kodai down, Kodai [[WouldHurtAChild threatens Zorua's life]], electrocuting it with his gauntlet to almost fatal extents to prove he was serious. Upon being tricked by Zoroark, Kodai [[VillainousBreakdown loses it]] and instead electrocutes Zoroark to death in his fury, just as the two were finally being reunited. An [[AmbitionIsEvil ambitious]] and [[SelfishEvil selfish]] opportunist of the worst kind, who only [[ItsAllAboutMe cared about himself]], Grings Kodai managed to be one of the most [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters despicable humans]] in the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise.

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* ''Anime/PokemonZoroarkMasterOfIllusions'': The BigBad, [[VillainWithGoodPublicity Grings Kodai]], is a [[CorruptCorporateExecutive powerful businessman]] who discovered one of Celebi's Time Ripples. Gaining its power at the price of annihilating the nearby city's plant life, Kodai used this power for his own {{greed}}. In the current, Kodai kidnapped a Zoroark's baby Zorua, importing the baby into another region and using blackmail to force Zoroark to terrorize innocents to make himself look good. He intended to renew his abilities by touching the Time Ripple again, at the threat of once again devastating the ecosystem solely for the money. Once Zoroark tracks Kodai down, Kodai [[WouldHurtAChild threatens Zorua's life]], electrocuting it with his gauntlet to almost fatal extents to prove he was serious. Upon being tricked by Zoroark, Kodai [[VillainousBreakdown loses it]] and instead electrocutes Zoroark to death in his fury, just as the two were finally being reunited. An [[AmbitionIsEvil ambitious]] and [[SelfishEvil selfish]] selfish opportunist of the worst kind, who only [[ItsAllAboutMe cared about himself]], Grings Kodai managed to be one of the most [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters despicable humans]] in the ''Franchise/{{Pokemon}}'' franchise.
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