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10th Jul '16 5:31:06 AM Berrenta
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* ''WesternAnimation/AnimalFarm'': In this 1954 AnimatedAdaptation of [[TheFilmOfTheBook George Orwell’s 1945 novel]], [[BigBad Napoleon]] was the leader of the pigs and the ruthless dictator of the titular farm. After the animals rebelled against Jones, Napoleon took several puppies under his wing, and made them into his personal attack dogs. When Snowball was planning on developing a windmill for the farm, Napoleon sent the dogs to assassinate him. He promptly took over after the deed was done, declared Snowball a traitor to the farm, and set up several [[KangarooCourt trials]] for the animals in which he forced them into admitting (read lying) that they were working for Snowball, after which they were publicly executed. He ultimately [[MoralEventHorizon crossed the line]] when he sent Boxer, who was most likely the most devoted member of the cause, [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness to the slaughterhouse]] after he had injured himself working. The animals eventually couldn't differentiate between him and the humans towards the end of the cartoon.
9th Jul '16 7:28:44 AM Willbyr
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* ''WesternAnimation/DeltaState'': Of all the [[BodySnatcher Rifters]] that appeared in this series, [[BigBad Sven Ragnar]] is easily the worst. Sven is a super Rifter, in charge of the Rifter invasion of the human world, and is opposed by [[TheObiWan Broody]] and his proteges: Martin, Phillip, Claire and Luna. In his first appearance, Sven [[BadBoss kills one his Rifter minions]] for lounging around in a hotel room instead of performing her appointed tasks. Later he kills a psychic that could detect Rifters, fearing she is a threat to his invasion plans. In another scheme, Sven uses his [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting powers]] to impersonate a hospital administrator, who is pushing a new microchip that would be implanted in the human brain, claiming it had medical benefits, but which in reality this chip simply allows Rifters to take over human minds more quickly. 20% of the patients who received this chip would have been taken over by Rifters, while the rest would die. Sven also kills Martin's father to prevent Martin from discovering his past. Sven decides to torment Phillip, mocking him over the fact that his mother abandoned him. Sven's sister Marie [[HighHeelFaceTurn falls in love]] with Phillip and saves him from Sven's wrath, so Sven kills her. Broody eventually revels that he himself is a Rifter and has been training his students to fight Rifters so they can be powerful enough to [[ThanatosGambit kill him]], before his Rifter energy [[SuperPowerMeltdown overwhelms him]] and causes him to [[EarthShatteringKaboom explode]]. Sven does everything in his power to stop Broody's students from preventing this disaster.

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* ''WesternAnimation/DeltaState'': Of all the [[BodySnatcher Rifters]] that appeared in this series, [[BigBad Sven Ragnar]] is easily the worst. Sven is a super Rifter, in charge of the Rifter invasion of the human world, and is opposed by [[TheObiWan [[MentorArchetype Broody]] and his proteges: Martin, Phillip, Claire and Luna. In his first appearance, Sven [[BadBoss kills one his Rifter minions]] for lounging around in a hotel room instead of performing her appointed tasks. Later he kills a psychic that could detect Rifters, fearing she is a threat to his invasion plans. In another scheme, Sven uses his [[VoluntaryShapeshifting shapeshifting powers]] to impersonate a hospital administrator, who is pushing a new microchip that would be implanted in the human brain, claiming it had medical benefits, but which in reality this chip simply allows Rifters to take over human minds more quickly. 20% of the patients who received this chip would have been taken over by Rifters, while the rest would die. Sven also kills Martin's father to prevent Martin from discovering his past. Sven decides to torment Phillip, mocking him over the fact that his mother abandoned him. Sven's sister Marie [[HighHeelFaceTurn falls in love]] with Phillip and saves him from Sven's wrath, so Sven kills her. Broody eventually revels that he himself is a Rifter and has been training his students to fight Rifters so they can be powerful enough to [[ThanatosGambit kill him]], before his Rifter energy [[SuperPowerMeltdown overwhelms him]] and causes him to [[EarthShatteringKaboom explode]]. Sven does everything in his power to stop Broody's students from preventing this disaster.
8th Jul '16 8:49:33 PM nombretomado
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Cartoons have always been home to supervillains whose whole lives seemed to be dedicated to committing evil acts, without any redeeming qualities to speak of other than humor. And then there are some who took it even further. [[CompleteMonster Much further.]]

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Cartoons [[WesternAnimation Cartoons]] have always been home to supervillains whose whole lives seemed to be dedicated to committing evil acts, without any redeeming qualities to speak of other than humor. And then there are some who took it even further. [[CompleteMonster Much further.]]
6th Jul '16 5:16:18 PM nombretomado
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** General Draconis. From his death camps on Venus, starving the populace, to being personally responsible for Nara's parents deaths. Genocide, betrayal, nothing is too much for him. He even betrayed Phaeton when he was relatively sane, and was about to kill Thrax, an honorable Neosapien Warrior who wouldn't kill civilians.[[note]]The incident with Thrax deserves an explanation. Thrax was a disgrace because he had spared a member of Exosquad after beating him fair and square. Draconis gave Thrax the chance to "redeem" himself by ordering him to activate a huge bomb in the heart of a city full of civilians. At the last moment Thrax destroyed the activation key and returned, claiming that the humans had disarmed it before the countdown had finished. What Draconis didn't tell Thrax was that the bomb ''didn't have a countdown''; if Thrax had used the activation key it would have blown up immediately and killed him. That's how Draconis knew Thrax had disobeyed his orders -- he came back alive.[[/note]] Draconis is so bad that even ''Phaeton, who is based on Hitler'', doesn't seem as bad at first. Phaeton eventually surpasses Draconis' evil after going insane from Automutation Syndrome.
** Phaeton, the ruler of Neo-Sapien empire, uses words like "equality" and pretends to care about the well being and future of the Neo-Sapiens, but his actions prove this is nothing more than manipulative rhetoric. Before the series start, Phaeton sold out the Neo-Sapien rebellion to save his own skin, and rises to power by initiating genocide on humanity, establishing death camps and killing any who resist-and those who don't. His tactics include forcible starvation, forced labor or just nasty executions. Not even his men are exempt. Phaeton is very keen on executing them for minor failures and cloning them. Phaeton's ego and hypocrisy are manifest in how he sends so many of his loyal men to their own deaths on suicidal missions and at the end, even his most loyal aide Livia deserts him for his plans that would have wiped out his own race to secure his own victory. If Phaeton ever held noble ideals, they're gone by the time he enacts his plan at the start of the series and he grows increasingly evil and degrades physically and mentally. He is nothing more than a murderous, power hungry coward by the end and one who would see the galaxy burn for the sake of his own power and advancement.
** [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[MadScientist Albrecht Ketzer]] turned a village of natives in the Amazon and himself into half-plant monstrosities, turned Medusa into a half-plant/half-Neo-Sapien freak, and injected Nara Burns with the same serum. He viewed her only as an experiment, and wanted to kill all the humans AND Neo-Sapiens in the nearby city.

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** General Draconis. From his death camps on Venus, starving [[ANaziByAnyOtherName Phaeton]], the populace, to being personally responsible for Nara's parents deaths. Genocide, betrayal, nothing is too much for him. He even betrayed Phaeton when he was relatively sane, and was about to kill Thrax, an honorable [[BigBad ruler]] of the Neosapien Warrior who wouldn't kill civilians.[[note]]The incident with Thrax deserves an explanation. Thrax was a disgrace because he had spared a member of Exosquad after beating him fair and square. Draconis gave Thrax the chance to "redeem" himself by ordering him to activate a huge bomb in the heart of a city full of civilians. At the last moment Thrax destroyed the activation key and returned, claiming that the humans had disarmed it before the countdown had finished. What Draconis didn't tell Thrax was that the bomb ''didn't have a countdown''; if Thrax had used the activation key it would have blown up immediately and killed him. That's how Draconis knew Thrax had disobeyed his orders -- he came back alive.[[/note]] Draconis is so bad that even ''Phaeton, who is based on Hitler'', doesn't seem as bad at first. Phaeton eventually surpasses Draconis' evil after going insane from Automutation Syndrome.
** Phaeton, the ruler of Neo-Sapien
empire, uses words like "equality" and pretends to care about the well being well-being and future of the Neo-Sapiens, Neosapiens, but his actions prove this is nothing more than manipulative rhetoric. Before the series start, started, Phaeton [[FaceHeelTurn sold out the Neo-Sapien rebellion Neosapien rebellion]] to save his own skin, and rises to power by initiating [[KillAllHumans genocide on humanity, humanity]], establishing death camps and killing any who resist-and resist--and those who don't. His tactics include forcible starvation, forced labor or just nasty executions. [[BadBoss Not even his men are exempt. exempt]], as Phaeton is very keen on executing them for minor failures and cloning them. Phaeton's ego and hypocrisy are manifest in how he sends so many of his loyal men to their own deaths on suicidal missions and and, at the end, even his most loyal aide Livia deserts him for his plans that would have wiped out his own race to secure his own victory. If Phaeton ever held noble ideals, they're gone by the time he enacts his plan at the start of the series and he grows increasingly evil and as he degrades physically and mentally. He is nothing more than a murderous, power hungry coward power-hungry, genocidal, cowardly fascist by the end end, and one who would see the galaxy burn for the sake of his own power and advancement.
** [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] General Draconis is the Neosapien Governor in charge of Venus. Cruel even by the brutal standards the aforementioned Phaeton has set for their species, Draconis doesn't even have Phaeton's pretense of trying to help the Neosapien people. Everything Draconis does is [[ItsAllAboutMe for his own advancement]]. Draconis enacts a scorched earth campaign on Venus, creating a planet-wide famine that wipes out the majority of the civilian population, with the few survivors sent to toil in forced labor camps. Draconis's treatment of his own race is little better, even murdering two Neo Megas assigned to him as advisors because he felt their "suggestions" undermined his absolute authority. As a contingency if Venus fell out of his control, Draconis rigged a hydrogen bomb to the city of Vesta, intending to spite his enemies by murdering thousands of human civilians. Draconis assigned a noble soldier named [[AntiVillain Thrax]] to detonate the bomb in order to "redeem" himself for showing mercy to an ExoSquad member. Except Draconis lied about there being a timer for the bomb, and once Thrax activated it, he and Draconis's remaining Neosapien soldiers would've died in the resulting blast. Draconis's lust for power was so great, he plotted to [[TheStarscream betray Phaeton and usurp control of the Neosapien Empire for himself]]. He eventually seized his chance by leaving Phaeton to die in an exploding ship, only to discover it was a clone of Phaeton he killed. Selfish and ambitious, Draconis was so vile that he managed to avoid being overshadowed by Phaeton, who himself was based on UsefulNotes/AdolfHitler.
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[[MadScientist Dr.]] Albrecht [[EvilutionaryBiologist Ketzer]] [[note]]which means "[[BilingualBonus heretic]]" [[BilingualBonus in German]][[/note]], who first appeared in season 2's "Dark River", proves that [[HumansAreTheRealMonsters Terrans can be just as evil as the Neosapiens]]. It is revealed that he turned a an entire village of natives in the Amazon and himself into Amazon--as well as [[ProfessorGuineaPig himself]]-into [[PlantPerson half-plant monstrosities, turned Medusa into monstrosities]], a half-plant/half-Neo-Sapien freak, and injected process that can be [[BodyHorror rather horrific]]. Later injecting Nara Burns with the same serum. He viewed her only as an experiment, DNA formula he used on himself, he withholds the antidote unless the exotroopers attack a nearby Neosapien command station; while this may seem like a good cause, in reality this was for his own purposes. When the heroes point out that there were still Terrans in that area, and wanted an attack would lead to kill all Neosapien retaliation, Ketzer dismisses these concerns. Even worse, when the humans AND Neo-Sapiens squad relents and attacks, Ketzer [[ILied reveals that there is no antidote]]; in "The Night Before Doomsday", Ketzer injects Medusa with the same formula. Appearing next in the nearby city.season 3 premiere "Beyond Chaos" [[note]]which turned out to be the final episode[[/note]], Ketzer kidnaps Nara, referring to her as "an unfinished experiment."
30th Jun '16 5:59:10 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': [[EvilIsBurningHot Fire]] Lord [[BigBad Ozai]] is a genocidal, [[WouldHurtAChild child-abusing]] fascist dictator who has dedicated weeks at a time and large portions of his national army to hunting down and killing a twelve-year-old and his friends. He forced Ursa into marrying him, and tried to kill her old lover out of spite. He obtained the throne when he manipulated Ursa into murdering his father to usurp the throne from his grieving older brother Iroh. [[RewardedAsATraitorDeserves He then thanked her with banishment from the Fire Nation]] and threatened to hunt them down and kill the children if she took them with her. He [[AbusiveParents abused his son Zuko]] out of spite when [[spoiler:Ursa claimed that Zuko was not his son even though he knew it was a lie]], burned his face for speaking out of turn, and [[OffingTheOffspring tried to shot him with lightning]] [[spoiler: when he decides to join Aang]]. He manipulated his loyal daughter Azula into becoming his [[DaddysLittleVillain perfect little villain]] to the point where she snaps from the pressure, only to later discard her to a completely meaningless position. Finally, his reaction to news of rebellions in the Earth Kingdom is to try to [[KillItWithFire incinerate the continent]]. Even after his downfall he stills tries to [[ManipulativeBastard manipulate his son Zuko into being a tyrant like himself]]. He doesn't regret any of those moments and feels no remorse for the consequences.

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* ''[[Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender Avatar]]'' ''[[Franchise/AvatarTheLastAirbender Universe]]'':
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''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'': [[EvilIsBurningHot Fire]] Lord [[BigBad Ozai]] is a genocidal, [[WouldHurtAChild child-abusing]] fascist dictator who has dedicated weeks at a time and large portions of his national army to hunting down and killing a twelve-year-old and his friends. He forced Ursa into marrying him, and tried to kill her old lover out of spite. He obtained the throne when he manipulated Ursa into murdering his father to usurp the throne from his grieving older brother Iroh. [[RewardedAsATraitorDeserves He then thanked her with banishment from the Fire Nation]] and threatened to hunt them down and kill the children if she took them with her. He [[AbusiveParents abused his son Zuko]] out of spite when [[spoiler:Ursa claimed that Zuko was not his son even though he knew it was a lie]], burned his face for speaking out of turn, and [[OffingTheOffspring tried to shot him with lightning]] [[spoiler: when he decides to join Aang]]. He manipulated his loyal daughter Azula into becoming his [[DaddysLittleVillain perfect little villain]] to the point where she snaps from the pressure, only to later discard her to a completely meaningless position. Finally, his reaction to news of rebellions in the Earth Kingdom is to try to [[KillItWithFire incinerate the continent]]. Even after his downfall he stills tries to [[ManipulativeBastard manipulate his son Zuko into being a tyrant like himself]]. He doesn't regret any of those moments and feels no remorse for the consequences. consequences.
** ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Unalaq is Korra's EvilUncle, the leader of the Northern Water Tribe, and one of the primary villains of Book 2. Years ago, Unalaq, [[CainAndAbel jealous of his older brother]], Tonraq, had him exiled from his home tribe after [[FrameUp framing him]] as responsible for the destruction the Dark Spirits inflicted on their tribe. Later trying to have [[TheHero Avatar Korra]], a child at the time, kidnapped, Unalaq abandoned his partners to their fates when the plan failed. When the Dark Spirits return, Unalaq takes control of the Southern Water Tribe from Tonraq and has anyone who may oppose him disposed of, triggering a war between the water tribes. Later attempting to open a spirit portal, Unalaq tries to leave his son to die when he is injured, and, realizing only the Avatar can open the portals, threatens to destroy the soul of [[spoiler:Jinora, a little girl]], to force Korra to assist him, then tries to condemn [[spoiler: Jinora]] to [[FateWorseThanDeath the Fog of Lost Souls]] and to murder Korra even after she opened the portal. Revealing his true colors, Unalaq assaults the Southern Water Tribe; beats down Tonraq, sparing his life solely so he can see [[TheResenter Unalaq win]]; [[spoiler: then frees Vaatu, the spirit of darkness and chaos, with whom he has been partnered with the entire season, fuses with him into a Dark Avatar, and tears the spirit of light and order, Raava, out of Korra and attempts to obliterate her. Unalaq then attacks Republic City and announces his plans to rule over humanity after destroying all world order]]. A sociopath with a [[AGodAmI god complex]], Unalaq stands out as the most monstrous villain in this series.



* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Unalaq is Korra's EvilUncle, the leader of the Northern Water Tribe, and one of the primary villains of Book 2. Years ago, Unalaq, [[CainAndAbel jealous of his older brother]], Tonraq, had him exiled from his home tribe after [[FrameUp framing him]] as responsible for the destruction the Dark Spirits inflicted on their tribe. Later trying to have [[TheHero Avatar Korra]], a child at the time, kidnapped, Unalaq abandoned his partners to their fates when the plan failed. When the Dark Spirits return, Unalaq takes control of the Southern Water Tribe from Tonraq and has anyone who may oppose him disposed of, triggering a war between the water tribes. Later attempting to open a spirit portal, Unalaq tries to leave his son to die when he is injured, and, realizing only the Avatar can open the portals, threatens to destroy the soul of [[spoiler:Jinora, a little girl]], to force Korra to assist him, then tries to condemn [[spoiler: Jinora]] to [[FateWorseThanDeath the Fog of Lost Souls]] and to murder Korra even after she opened the portal. Revealing his true colors, Unalaq assaults the Southern Water Tribe; beats down Tonraq, sparing his life solely so he can see [[TheResenter Unalaq win]]; [[spoiler: then frees Vaatu, the spirit of darkness and chaos, with whom he has been partnered with the entire season, fuses with him into a Dark Avatar, and tears the spirit of light and order, Raava, out of Korra and attempts to obliterate her. Unalaq then attacks Republic City and announces his plans to rule over humanity after destroying all world order]]. A sociopath with a [[AGodAmI god complex]], Unalaq stands out as the most monstrous villain in this sequel series to ''[[WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender Avatar]]''.
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsFireAndIce'': The [[EvilSorcerer immortal wizard]] [[BigBad Xenoz]] was once the ambassador between the peaceful Dragons and the war-mongering human kingdoms of Draigar and Norvagen. However, [[AmbitionIsEvil his lust for power]] drove him to murder the Dragon Queen and steal her Ice Crystal. When the Dragon King Thoron attempted to murder him for this betrayal, Xenoz was scarred by Thoron's fire, and as such, developed a seething hatred for all of Dragon kind, and sought to annihilate the entire species through any means possible. Using his position, Xenoz ensures the war between Draigar and Norvagen continues for centuries to follow, framing each kingdom for the deaths of the other's Dragons, when in reality, Xenoz himself was hunting down and murdering them one by one, then feeding their remains to his army of monstrous Vorgans. After painfully tearing the power of an amazing Dragon crystal out of Prince Dev and Princess Kyra, Xenoz kicks his own [[TheDragon second-in-command]] to [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness his death]], before opening a portal to Dragon World, where he plans to unleash the power of all his magic at once in hopes of wiping out all Dragons. Defined by his disproportionate hatred and lust for power, Xenoz [[ItsAllAboutMe cared for nothing and no one but himself and his own pride]], and would kill anyone who jeopardized either of them.
9th Apr '16 3:20:53 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite and the Star Stealer'': Out of the roster of {{harmless villain}}s in Rainbow Brite's RoguesGallery, none reached the [[EvilIsPetty petty]], selfish extremes the [[BigBad Dark Princess]] exemplified. Motivated solely by {{greed}}, the Dark Princess was willing to enslave innocent races to tow the diamond planet Spectra out of its foundation to her castle. However, all light in the universe needs to pass through Spectra, or else the entire universe would be starved of light and freeze, ensuring trillions of deaths. [[StupidEvil Despite knowing she'd die too]], the Dark Princess still goes on with it, and when she's foiled, she attempts to [[TakingYouWithMe ram her ship into Spectra and shatter it]] out of spite. When she returned, she enslaved a peaceful race of sprites and attempted to turn [[WouldHurtAChild Rainbow Brite into a crystal]]. [[KnightOfCerebus The Dark Princess]] [[VileVillainSaccharineShow stood out]] in the Sugar Bowl that was Rainbow Brite's universe as a figure of unparalleled [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness and avarice]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/RainbowBrite and the Star Stealer'': Out of the roster of {{harmless villain}}s in Rainbow Brite's RoguesGallery, none reached the [[EvilIsPetty petty]], selfish extremes the [[BigBad Dark Princess]] exemplified. Motivated solely by {{greed}}, the Dark Princess was willing to enslave innocent races to tow the diamond planet Spectra out of its foundation to her castle. However, all light in the universe needs to pass through Spectra, or else the entire universe would be starved of light and freeze, ensuring trillions of deaths. [[StupidEvil Despite knowing she'd die too]], the Dark Princess still goes on with it, and when she's foiled, she attempts to [[TakingYouWithMe ram her ship into Spectra and shatter it]] out of spite. When she returned, she enslaved a peaceful race of sprites and attempted to turn [[WouldHurtAChild Rainbow Brite into a crystal]]. [[KnightOfCerebus The Dark Princess]] [[VileVillainSaccharineShow stood out]] in the Sugar Bowl SugarBowl that was Rainbow Brite's universe as a figure of unparalleled [[ItsAllAboutMe selfishness and avarice]].
28th Mar '16 7:33:20 PM nombretomado
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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'': BigBad [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[EmperorScientist Robotnik]], [[DarkerAndEdgier unlike the version]] of him you'd see in other Sonic [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog cartoons]] (or the games themselves), is [[KnightOfCerebus much less pleasant]]. He took Charles Hedgehog's roboticizer and used it to transform the population of Mobius, [[WouldHurtAChild children]] and [[CruellaToAnimals animals]] included, into his [[UnwillingRoboticisation robotic slaves]], who were left [[AndIMustScream quite aware of what happened to them]], and morally objected to that which their robot bodies were forcing them to do. He taunted Charles about this before roboticizing him and turning Mobius into a polluted wasteland. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E04UltraSonic Ultra Sonic]]", he tried to remove a crystal, despite knowing that doing so would [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the entire ecosystem]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E08HookedOnSonics Hooked On Sonics]]", he dropped a robot minion to it's death for [[YouHaveFailedMe failing him]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E011SonicBoom Sonic Boom]]", he threatens to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] a freedom fighter for information. Finally, in the finale, "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS02E13TheDoomsdayProject The Doomsday Project]]", he abandoned his nephew, Snively, and all his robot minions to die while he fled in an escape pod.

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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'': BigBad [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[EmperorScientist Robotnik]], [[DarkerAndEdgier unlike Julian [[EmperorScientist Robotnik]] is the version]] [[BigBad absolute ruler]] of him you'd see in other Sonic a roboticized Mobius, and is a [[KnightOfCerebus far more chilling incarnation]] than the [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog cartoons]] (or normally-bumbling]] character of Robotnik. A ruthless, ambitious backstabber with a series of treacherous moves to his count in the games themselves), is [[KnightOfCerebus much less pleasant]]. He took name of self-interest, Robotnik's first betrayal was his [[SealedEvilInACan sealing of the wizard Naugus]] in the Void. Later becoming known to the King of Mobius, Robotnik became instrumental in the King's own military victories before [[TyrantTakesTheHelm deciding to take over Mobius himself]]. Staging a coup d'état and overthrowing the King from Mobotropolis, Robotnik stole the technologies of the Roboticizer from Charles Hedgehog's roboticizer Hedgehog, and used it to transform the population forcefully convert almost all of Mobius, [[WouldHurtAChild children]] and [[CruellaToAnimals animals]] included, Mobius into his a [[CrapsackWorld polluted dystopia]]. [[UnwillingRoboticisation Reducing all of Mobius's inhabitants to his robotic slaves]], who were left [[AndIMustScream quite aware of what happened to them]], and slaves]]--[[AndIMustScream which they morally objected object to that which their robot bodies were forcing them to do. He taunted Charles about this before roboticizing him and turning Mobius into a polluted wasteland. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E04UltraSonic Ultra Sonic]]", he tried fight against]]--Robotnik made fierce enemies with Charles's son [[TheHero Sonic]] and the rest of the Freedom Fighters. Robotnik would demonstrate his psychopathic nature again and again, attempting to remove a crystal, despite knowing that kill, torture, or otherwise roboticize the Freedom Fighters, happily willing to jeopardize the ecosystem in doing so would [[OmnicidalManiac destroy so. Robotnik also [[BadBoss coldly abuses his own minions]], his diminutive, weak-willed nephew Snively among them, and condemns them all to die for the entire ecosystem]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E08HookedOnSonics Hooked On Sonics]]", he dropped a robot minion to it's death for [[YouHaveFailedMe failing him]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E011SonicBoom Sonic Boom]]", he threatens to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] a freedom fighter for information. Finally, sake of his own life in the finale, "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS02E13TheDoomsdayProject The Doomsday Project]]", he abandoned finale. An emotion-deficient fear-monger with nary a comedic quirk to his nephew, Snively, and all his robot minions to die while he fled name, Robotnik proved one of the most vicious incarnations of Robotnik seen in an escape pod.the franchise.
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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'': BigBad [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[EmperorScientist Robotnik]], [[DarkerAndEdgier unlike the version]] of him you'd see in other Sonic [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog cartoons]] (or the games themselves), is [[KnightOfCerebus much less pleasant]]. He is willing to deprive innocent creatures of their free will to get them to work for him, he is willing to turn formerly beautiful communities into severely polluted wastelands, and he doesn't show any remorse for any of his actions. He turns people into his robotic slaves if they don't obey him; they are [[AndIMustScream quite aware of what's happening to them]], and morally object to that which their robot bodies are forcing them to do. There are episodes in which some robots are carrying on secret conversations with their loved ones, from before roboticization, only to double over in apparent pain before proceeding to attack said loved ones because of the control Robotnik has over them. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness He even turns the ones who do obey him into robotic slaves]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/SonicSatAM'': BigBad [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[EmperorScientist Robotnik]], [[DarkerAndEdgier unlike the version]] of him you'd see in other Sonic [[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfSonicTheHedgehog cartoons]] (or the games themselves), is [[KnightOfCerebus much less pleasant]]. He is willing to deprive innocent creatures of their free will to get them to work for him, he is willing to turn formerly beautiful communities into severely polluted wastelands, took Charles Hedgehog's roboticizer and he doesn't show any remorse for any used it to transform the population of his actions. He turns people Mobius, [[WouldHurtAChild children]] and [[CruellaToAnimals animals]] included, into his [[UnwillingRoboticisation robotic slaves if they don't obey him; they are slaves]], who were left [[AndIMustScream quite aware of what's happening what happened to them]], and morally object objected to that which their robot bodies are were forcing them to do. There are episodes in which some robots are carrying on secret conversations with their loved ones, from He taunted Charles about this before roboticization, only to double over in apparent pain before proceeding to attack said loved ones because of the control Robotnik has over them. [[YouHaveOutlivedYourUsefulness He even turns the ones who do obey roboticizing him and turning Mobius into robotic slaves]].a polluted wasteland. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E04UltraSonic Ultra Sonic]]", he tried to remove a crystal, despite knowing that doing so would [[OmnicidalManiac destroy the entire ecosystem]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E08HookedOnSonics Hooked On Sonics]]", he dropped a robot minion to it's death for [[YouHaveFailedMe failing him]]. In "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS01E011SonicBoom Sonic Boom]]", he threatens to [[ColdBloodedTorture torture]] a freedom fighter for information. Finally, in the finale, "[[Recap/SonicSatAMS02E13TheDoomsdayProject The Doomsday Project]]", he abandoned his nephew, Snively, and all his robot minions to die while he fled in an escape pod.
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* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'': The [[AxCrazy fittingly-titled]] Dagur the Deranged is a gleefully violent madman who usurped control of the Berserkers by [[{{Patricide}} murdering his]] pacifist father Oswald the Agreeable, and shortly thereafter sought any means to [[WarForFunAndProfit incite a war]]. Dagur proceeds to [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder backstab]] and try to murder nearly everyone he comes across, mostly for [[ForTheEvulz sick thrills]], hurling knives at Hiccup and trying to kill his friends, electrocuting [[BigBad Alvin the Treacherous]] to near-death to seize his tribe, threatening to cut off the legs of one of his (disguised) henchmen, and taking early opportunities to hunt dragons, regardless of whether or not they could fight back. His tactics to destroy Berk include direct attacks, holding Stoick as a hostage, and driving tamed dragons into frenzies. After breaking out of prison three years after his initial defeat, Dagur perpetrates a massacre of an island village, wiping out the family of Heather (made worse due to the fact Heather is [[spoiler: his sister]]) while continuing to act like a psychotic {{Yandere}} towards Hiccup and trying to kill men he's trading with with no apparent gain from it. Psychotic and wantonly violent, Dagur was the only truly irredeemable villain in the otherwise [[VileVillainSaccharineShow idealistic and fun series]].
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