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8th Feb '16 2:35:58 AM DarkHunter
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* The Dread Lords of ''VideoGame/GalacticCivilizations'', an entire civilization of genocidal AbusivePrecursors.
28th Jan '16 4:15:09 PM Laevatein
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[[AC:{{Anime}}]] * In {{Slayers}}, the Lord of Nightmares. First mentioned when [[spoiler:: Lina invokes an ''even more powerful'' Dark Lord against Shabranigdo.]]
30th Dec '15 7:39:34 PM SSJMagus
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* [[Literature/XWingSeries Baron Soontir Fel]] of the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' is a borderline case. He serves the Empire, and from his last name you'd expect him to fall from grace--indeed, it's not clear for a while [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor where his loyalties lie]]. He [[DefectorFromDecadence defects from the Empire]], partly out of disgust about what Ysanne Isard and s have turned the Empire into, and joins the Rogues, but there are various hints that he may or may not turn again. After the comics [[NoEnding didn't end]], he vanished, captured by Isard... and, as it turns out in the HandOfThrawn duology, captured because Grand Admiral Thrawn wanted him. Thrawn showed him ''something'', implied but never stated to be the [[Literature/NewJediOrder oncoming Vong invasion]], and Fel joined Thrawn's Empire, which wasn't part of Palpatine's Empire at all. Ultimately Fel is one of the good guys, just not the kind to wear New Republic colors.
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* [[Literature/XWingSeries Baron Soontir Fel]] of the ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' is a borderline case. He serves the Empire, and from his last name you'd expect him to fall from grace--indeed, it's not clear for a while [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor where his loyalties lie]]. He [[DefectorFromDecadence defects from the Empire]], partly out of disgust about what Ysanne Isard and s have turned the Empire into, and joins the Rogues, but there are various hints that he may or may not turn again. After the comics [[NoEnding didn't end]], he vanished, captured by Isard... and, as it turns out in the HandOfThrawn duology, captured because Grand Admiral Thrawn wanted him.him (though it wasn't revealed exactly what Thrawn gave Isard in return, since she ''really'' wanted to kill Fel for his defection). Thrawn showed him ''something'', implied but never stated to be the [[Literature/NewJediOrder oncoming Vong invasion]], and Fel joined Thrawn's Empire, which wasn't part of Palpatine's Empire at all. Ultimately Fel is one of the good guys, just not the kind to wear New Republic colors.
29th Dec '15 4:32:00 AM Anddrix
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* SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom.
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* SelfDemonstrating/DoctorDoom.Doctor Doom.
15th Oct '15 10:04:13 PM Ashael
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** ''WebVideo/RedLetterMedia'''s Mr. Plinkett mocks the fantastic unsubtleness of Grievous' name thusly: --->"Also on this ship is Commander Nefarious, Captain I'm-A-Bad-Guy, and Admiral Bone-to-Pick. But they don't mention them."
11th Oct '15 9:29:42 PM hamza678
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11th Oct '15 9:29:34 PM hamza678
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* [[FIlm/MadMax:FuryRoad ''Imperator'' Furiosa]], a twofer.
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* [[FIlm/MadMax:FuryRoad [[FIlm/MadMaxFuryRoad ''Imperator'' Furiosa]], a twofer.
11th Oct '15 9:29:02 PM hamza678
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[[AC:ComicBooks]] ComicBook/{{Batman}}'s recurring villain Professor Pyg.
6th Oct '15 2:54:44 PM Yalsaris63
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* In ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', the word Khan is generally used as a rank for the leader of a particular Clan. There are three variations of it. A [=kaKhan=] (though this term is rarely used in lore itself and is simply substituted for "Khan") is essentially the head-in-charge of the entire Clan and oversees their operations; a [=saKhan=] is the second-in-command of the Clan and answers to the ruling Khan; the [=ilKhan=] is essentially the commander-in-chief of ''all'' of the Clans, and is equivalent to the Real Life word "Khagan" (literally Khan of Khans). These ranks are very equivalent to Vice Admiral/Lieutenant General (for "[=saKhan=]"), Admiral/General (for "[=kaKhan=]"), and Admiral of the Navy/General of the Army/Air Force (for "[=ilKhan=]") in Real Life militaries.
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* In ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', the word Khan is generally used as a rank for the leader of a particular Clan. There are three variations of it. A [=kaKhan=] (though this term is rarely used in lore itself and is simply substituted for "Khan") is essentially the head-in-charge of the entire Clan and oversees their operations; a [=saKhan=] is the second-in-command of the Clan and answers to the ruling Khan; the [=ilKhan=] is essentially the commander-in-chief of ''all'' of the Clans, and is equivalent to the Real Life word "Khagan" (literally Khan "Khan of Khans).Khans"). These ranks are very equivalent to Vice Admiral/Lieutenant General (for "[=saKhan=]"), Admiral/General (for "[=kaKhan=]"), and Admiral of the Navy/General of the Army/Air Force (for "[=ilKhan=]") in Real Life militaries.
20th Sep '15 1:06:28 PM Yalsaris63
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* In TabletopGame/BattleTech, the word Khan is generally used as a rank for the leader of a particular Clan. There are three variations of it. A [=kaKhan=] (though this term is rarely used in lore itself and is simply substituted for "Khan") is essentially the head-in-charge of the entire Clan and oversees their operations; a [=saKhan=] is the second-in-command of the Clan and answers to the ruling Khan; the [=ilKhan=] is essentially the commander-in-chief of ''all'' of the Clans, and is equivalent to the Real Life word "Khagan" (literally Khan of Khans). These ranks are very equivalent to Vice Admiral/Lieutenant General (for "[=saKhan=]"), Admiral/General (for "[=kaKhan=]"), and Admiral of the Navy/General of the Army/Air Force (for "[=ilKhan=]") in Real Life militaries.
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* In TabletopGame/BattleTech, ''TabletopGame/BattleTech'', the word Khan is generally used as a rank for the leader of a particular Clan. There are three variations of it. A [=kaKhan=] (though this term is rarely used in lore itself and is simply substituted for "Khan") is essentially the head-in-charge of the entire Clan and oversees their operations; a [=saKhan=] is the second-in-command of the Clan and answers to the ruling Khan; the [=ilKhan=] is essentially the commander-in-chief of ''all'' of the Clans, and is equivalent to the Real Life word "Khagan" (literally Khan of Khans). These ranks are very equivalent to Vice Admiral/Lieutenant General (for "[=saKhan=]"), Admiral/General (for "[=kaKhan=]"), and Admiral of the Navy/General of the Army/Air Force (for "[=ilKhan=]") in Real Life militaries.
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