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19th Jun '18 3:19:55 PM ACW
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* ''VideoGame/Doom3'' (includes ''Resurrection of Evil'' {{DLC}}): [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[MadScientist Malcolm]] [[BigBad Betruger]], upon allying with the forces of Hell, helps keep the portal open for the demons to invade Mars, resulting in a massacre of all personnel on Mars, with every civilian in Mars City also slaughtered or possessed. With "[[PlayerCharacter Doomguy]]" as one of the few survivors, Betruger attempts to trick him into sending out a distress signal to Earth, intending to massacre the humans on board the fleets that arrive while allowing the demons to use their ships to get to earth and proceed to butcher or dominate humanity. Even after the initial fight, Betruger becomes a demon known as [[FinalBoss Maledict]], intending to facilitate the invasion himself.
* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* Slur is an arrogant, zealous alien Navi and the chief servant of the godlike program Duo. Tasked with distributing potentially dangerous Asteroid Navis across Earth to gauge if the planet is a potential threat that needs to be wiped out, Slur's hatred for earthlings leads to her gaming her master's system in her favor. She goes out of her way to distribute Asteroid Navis to people gauranteed to abuse them, and nudges them into doing so while occasionally painfully deleting the Net Navis they already have. Slur's machinations cause a number of disasters to happen such as the planet almost being devestated by a famine, people being horrifically turned to stone, a meteor nearly flattening a city, and a number of near-mass murders on top of that. When the Cross Fusion team tries to stop her, Slur simply mass-distributes Asteroid Navis at a quicker rate and overwhelms them with chaos and mayhem around the globe in hopes of giving Duo the final push he needs to destroy the planet. Despite claiming to be protecting the universe, Slur's motivations ultimately boil down to being an obsessive, selfish desire to cull any and all life she deems inferior.

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* ''VideoGame/Doom3'' (includes ''Resurrection of Evil'' {{DLC}}): [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr.]] [[MadScientist Malcolm]] [[BigBad Betruger]], upon allying with the forces of Hell, helps keep the portal open for the demons to invade Mars, resulting in a massacre of all personnel on Mars, with every civilian in Mars City also slaughtered or possessed. With "[[PlayerCharacter Doomguy]]" as one of the few survivors, Betruger attempts to trick him into sending out a distress signal to Earth, intending to massacre the humans on board the fleets that arrive while allowing the demons to use their ships to get to earth and proceed to butcher or dominate humanity. Even after the initial fight, Betruger becomes a demon known as [[FinalBoss Maledict]], intending to facilitate the invasion himself.
* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* Slur is an arrogant, zealous alien Navi and the chief servant of the godlike program Duo. Tasked with distributing potentially dangerous Asteroid Navis across Earth to gauge if the planet is a potential threat that needs to be wiped out, Slur's hatred for earthlings leads to her gaming her master's system in her favor. She goes out of her way to distribute Asteroid Navis to people gauranteed to abuse them, and nudges them into doing so while occasionally painfully deleting the Net Navis they already have. Slur's machinations cause a number of disasters to happen such as the planet almost being devestated by a famine, people being horrifically turned to stone, a meteor nearly flattening a city, and a number of near-mass murders on top of that. When the Cross Fusion team tries to stop her, Slur simply mass-distributes Asteroid Navis at a quicker rate and overwhelms them with chaos and mayhem around the globe in hopes of giving Duo the final push he needs to destroy the planet. Despite claiming to be protecting the universe, Slur's motivations ultimately boil down to being an obsessive, selfish desire to cull any and all life she deems inferior.
himself.
19th Jun '18 3:11:19 PM FriedWarthog
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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.

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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.ego.
* Slur is an arrogant, zealous alien Navi and the chief servant of the godlike program Duo. Tasked with distributing potentially dangerous Asteroid Navis across Earth to gauge if the planet is a potential threat that needs to be wiped out, Slur's hatred for earthlings leads to her gaming her master's system in her favor. She goes out of her way to distribute Asteroid Navis to people gauranteed to abuse them, and nudges them into doing so while occasionally painfully deleting the Net Navis they already have. Slur's machinations cause a number of disasters to happen such as the planet almost being devestated by a famine, people being horrifically turned to stone, a meteor nearly flattening a city, and a number of near-mass murders on top of that. When the Cross Fusion team tries to stop her, Slur simply mass-distributes Asteroid Navis at a quicker rate and overwhelms them with chaos and mayhem around the globe in hopes of giving Duo the final push he needs to destroy the planet. Despite claiming to be protecting the universe, Slur's motivations ultimately boil down to being an obsessive, selfish desire to cull any and all life she deems inferior.
19th Jun '18 2:49:16 PM ACW
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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* ''Clive Barker's Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from issue #14's "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.

''[[AC:VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda]]''
* ''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness'': Davik, Link's uncle and also the title villain. He seems to train Link in the ways of the Hero, only he's really attempting to feed Link hatred and anger in order to speed up Ganon's revival, even supplying him with the White Sword, one of Ganon's artifacts. He's also manipulating Ertegun for his own agenda, and it is also hinted that he also plans on betraying Ganon as part of his agenda as well. He also [[YouKilledMyFather brutally murdered Link's parents]] as well as poisoned his own sister. He was no reason whatsoever, aside from possibly trying to get Link to go down the road of hatred even more. And his real plan is to extinguish the Cycle of Eternity, which may result in the destruction of the entire world, for no reason besides hating it for unspecified reasons.
* ''VideoGame/LostIsle'': The soul-devouring Morlach is the demon responsible for the deaths of every human on the eponymous island. When he was previously known as Worlach, he terrorized the island until the day the islanders sealed him in Horgrus Mountain. Generations later, Worlach set his eyes on the hunter Morvayn and took over his body, becoming Morlach and transformed Morvayn's apprentices into brainwashed cronies called Morachs and used them to take over the island and procure the arts needed to break Morlach's seal, while at the same time turning more people into Morachs. When the surviving islanders attempted to resist, Morlach had them killed either on the spot or dragged off to be tortured to death in the Oderra Catacombs and/or the Doom Cave within. Morlach also had the Plague Fortress constructed to study the arts needed to break his seal and eventually transform the island into a flying fortress for his plan of global domination. Finally when Link puts him down for good, Morlach reveals that his death would result in the island's destruction and dies content that Link would die with him.

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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* ''Clive Barker's Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from issue #14's "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.

''[[AC:VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda]]''
* ''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness'': Davik, Link's uncle and also the title villain. He seems to train Link in the ways of the Hero, only he's really attempting to feed Link hatred and anger in order to speed up Ganon's revival, even supplying him with the White Sword, one of Ganon's artifacts. He's also manipulating Ertegun for his own agenda, and it is also hinted that he also plans on betraying Ganon as part of his agenda as well. He also [[YouKilledMyFather brutally murdered Link's parents]] as well as poisoned his own sister. He was no reason whatsoever, aside from possibly trying to get Link to go down the road of hatred even more. And his real plan is to extinguish the Cycle of Eternity, which may result in the destruction of the entire world, for no reason besides hating it for unspecified reasons.
* ''VideoGame/LostIsle'': The soul-devouring Morlach is the demon responsible for the deaths of every human on the eponymous island. When he was previously known as Worlach, he terrorized the island until the day the islanders sealed him in Horgrus Mountain. Generations later, Worlach set his eyes on the hunter Morvayn and took over his body, becoming Morlach and transformed Morvayn's apprentices into brainwashed cronies called Morachs and used them to take over the island and procure the arts needed to break Morlach's seal, while at the same time turning more people into Morachs. When the surviving islanders attempted to resist, Morlach had them killed either on the spot or dragged off to be tortured to death in the Oderra Catacombs and/or the Doom Cave within. Morlach also had the Plague Fortress constructed to study the arts needed to break his seal and eventually transform the island into a flying fortress for his plan of global domination. Finally when Link puts him down for good, Morlach reveals that his death would result in the island's destruction and dies content that Link would die with him.
ego.
19th Jun '18 1:42:53 PM MasterJoseph
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* ''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness'': Davik, Link's uncle and also the title villain. He seems to train Link in the ways of the Hero, only he's really attempting to feed Link hatred and anger in order to speed up Ganon's revival, even supplying him with the White Sword, one of Ganon's artifacts. He's also manipulating Ertegun for his own agenda, and it is also hinted that he also plans on betraying Ganon as part of his agenda as well. He also [[YouKilledMyFather brutally murdered Link's parents]] as well as poisoned his own sister. He was no reason whatsoever, aside from possibly trying to get Link to go down the road of hatred even more. And his real plan is to extinguish the Cycle of Ete

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* ''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness'': Davik, Link's uncle and also the title villain. He seems to train Link in the ways of the Hero, only he's really attempting to feed Link hatred and anger in order to speed up Ganon's revival, even supplying him with the White Sword, one of Ganon's artifacts. He's also manipulating Ertegun for his own agenda, and it is also hinted that he also plans on betraying Ganon as part of his agenda as well. He also [[YouKilledMyFather brutally murdered Link's parents]] as well as poisoned his own sister. He was no reason whatsoever, aside from possibly trying to get Link to go down the road of hatred even more. And his real plan is to extinguish the Cycle of EteEternity, which may result in the destruction of the entire world, for no reason besides hating it for unspecified reasons.
19th Jun '18 1:32:41 PM ACW
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* VideoGame/LostIsle (Made with VideoGame/ZeldaClassic): The soul-devouring Morlach is the demon responsible for the deaths of every human on the eponymous island. When he was previously known as Worlach, he terrorized the island until the day the islanders sealed him in Horgrus Mountain. Generations later, Worlach set his eyes on the hunter Morvayn and took over his body, becoming Morlach and transformed Morvayn's apprentices into brainwashed cronies called Morachs and used them to take over the island and procure the arts needed to break Morlach's seal, while at the same time turning more people into Morachs. When the surviving islanders attempted to resist, Morlach had them killed either on the spot or dragged off to be tortured to death in the Oderra Catacombs and/or the Doom Cave within. Morlach also had the Plague Fortress constructed to study the arts needed to break his seal and eventually transform the island into a flying fortress for his plan of global domination. Finally when Link puts him down for good, Morlach reveals that his death would result in the island's destruction and dies content that Link would die with him.

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* VideoGame/LostIsle (Made ''[[AC:VideoGame/TheLegendOfZelda]]''
*''WebVideo/TheLegendOfZeldaTheSageOfDarkness'': Davik, Link's uncle and also the title villain. He seems to train Link in the ways of the Hero, only he's really attempting to feed Link hatred and anger in order to speed up Ganon's revival, even supplying him
with VideoGame/ZeldaClassic): the White Sword, one of Ganon's artifacts. He's also manipulating Ertegun for his own agenda, and it is also hinted that he also plans on betraying Ganon as part of his agenda as well. He also [[YouKilledMyFather brutally murdered Link's parents]] as well as poisoned his own sister. He was no reason whatsoever, aside from possibly trying to get Link to go down the road of hatred even more. And his real plan is to extinguish the Cycle of Ete
* ''VideoGame/LostIsle'':
The soul-devouring Morlach is the demon responsible for the deaths of every human on the eponymous island. When he was previously known as Worlach, he terrorized the island until the day the islanders sealed him in Horgrus Mountain. Generations later, Worlach set his eyes on the hunter Morvayn and took over his body, becoming Morlach and transformed Morvayn's apprentices into brainwashed cronies called Morachs and used them to take over the island and procure the arts needed to break Morlach's seal, while at the same time turning more people into Morachs. When the surviving islanders attempted to resist, Morlach had them killed either on the spot or dragged off to be tortured to death in the Oderra Catacombs and/or the Doom Cave within. Morlach also had the Plague Fortress constructed to study the arts needed to break his seal and eventually transform the island into a flying fortress for his plan of global domination. Finally when Link puts him down for good, Morlach reveals that his death would result in the island's destruction and dies content that Link would die with him.
19th Jun '18 12:52:31 PM MasterJoseph
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* ''Clive Barker's Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from issue #14's "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.

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* ''Clive Barker's Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from issue #14's "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.feared.

* VideoGame/LostIsle (Made with VideoGame/ZeldaClassic): The soul-devouring Morlach is the demon responsible for the deaths of every human on the eponymous island. When he was previously known as Worlach, he terrorized the island until the day the islanders sealed him in Horgrus Mountain. Generations later, Worlach set his eyes on the hunter Morvayn and took over his body, becoming Morlach and transformed Morvayn's apprentices into brainwashed cronies called Morachs and used them to take over the island and procure the arts needed to break Morlach's seal, while at the same time turning more people into Morachs. When the surviving islanders attempted to resist, Morlach had them killed either on the spot or dragged off to be tortured to death in the Oderra Catacombs and/or the Doom Cave within. Morlach also had the Plague Fortress constructed to study the arts needed to break his seal and eventually transform the island into a flying fortress for his plan of global domination. Finally when Link puts him down for good, Morlach reveals that his death would result in the island's destruction and dies content that Link would die with him.
19th Jun '18 11:08:49 AM ACW
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* ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.

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* ''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': ''Clive Barker's Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from issue #14's "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.
19th Jun '18 10:53:18 AM TheMadCr0w
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''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.

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''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': *''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.
19th Jun '18 10:53:06 AM TheMadCr0w
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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.

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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.ego.
''Franchise/{{Hellraiser}}'': [[StalkerWithoutACrush The Stalker]], from "Later", is a psychopathic human wanting to become a Cenobite. Targeting women with anxiety issues, the Stalker would savagely beat and stalk them for a long period of time, doing this to numerous women for years and confessing that his actions made him happy because he could play women "like violins". Filling his room with pictures of women, the Stalker was responsible for the mental breakdown and suicide of most of his victims, claiming to be "providing a multitude of fodder souls" to be tortured in Hell. After solving the Lament Configuration, the Cenobites judged him unfit and agreed that he did not understand their philosophy at all, enjoying committing his crimes simply because he liked to be feared.
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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* ''Series/MissionImpossible'': Janos Passik, from "The Carriers", takes two-hundred people into his mission to become as American as possible. "Teaching" them into becoming American, he travels with the trainees to America and give them jobs as well as hotels to stay on, each job has many employees, including one becoming a cook, one a dancer, etc. However, it is revealed that he uses this as a way of killing, and has been spreading a highly lethal disease which he will infect the agents with, who will infect their colleagues on their jobs, and so on, fully knowing how many people it will kill. While he shows signs of love against one of the protagonists [[FemmeFatale Cinnamon Carter]], he still has no problems with trying to kill her by trying to infect her with the disease. At the end, he plays a game of RussianRoulette when he discovers that they are planning on stopping his plan, including Cinnamon. In such a [[VileVillainSaccharineShow campy, silly show]], Passik is a surprisingly [[KnightOfCerebus dark villain]] and mass murderer, with one of the protagonists confirming that the disease could possibly kill over five million people when taking everything into account.

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* Dr. Regal is the head of the evil organization Nebula and the Big Bad of the Axess season. A proud, villainous man selected by the godlike [=NetNavi=] Duo as a probe for human life, Regal sees himself as above humanity and schemes for the end of the world. Regal empowers the Darkloid [=NetNavis=] on their destructive campaigns through the Dark Chips, while slowly corrupting and driving all of them to insanity and degeneration through them and turning them against their leader [=ShadeMan=].EXE, whom he later brutally kills. Regal forces his fellow Duo-selected probe, Ms. Yuri, to murder her own sister to prove her loyalty, and, in the climax of Axess, enshrouds the entire world in a dimensional area powered by the souls of tens of thousands of agonized [=NetNavis=], using his new power to annihilate entire populated cities across the globe while proclaiming himself the herald of humanity's destruction. Returning as a digital entity in the following season's movie, Regal attempts to destroy the entire world yet again by using Wily's Spectrum program to digitize the planet while subjecting Lan's father to horrible torture, and tries one last time to destroy the world in Stream while betraying Duo and proclaiming himself a god. Dr. Regal is a monstrous man utterly in love with his own evil who sees it as his right to annihilate millions for nothing more than the sake of his power and ego.
* ''Series/MissionImpossible'': Janos Passik, from "The Carriers", takes two-hundred people into his mission to become as American as possible. "Teaching" them into becoming American, he travels with the trainees to America and give them jobs as well as hotels to stay on, each job has many employees, including one becoming a cook, one a dancer, etc. However, it is revealed that he uses this as a way of killing, and has been spreading a highly lethal disease which he will infect the agents with, who will infect their colleagues on their jobs, and so on, fully knowing how many people it will kill. While he shows signs of love against one of the protagonists [[FemmeFatale Cinnamon Carter]], he still has no problems with trying to kill her by trying to infect her with the disease. At the end, he plays a game of RussianRoulette when he discovers that they are planning on stopping his plan, including Cinnamon. In such a [[VileVillainSaccharineShow campy, silly show]], Passik is a surprisingly [[KnightOfCerebus dark villain]] and mass murderer, with one of the protagonists confirming that the disease could possibly kill over five million people when taking everything into account.
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