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12th Oct '17 7:45:32 PM Josef5678
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* [[Franchise/StarWars Any villain from the Star Wars movies.]] They are epic, ruthless, cruel, and yet so effective. And let's not forget the fact that they have both Christopher Lee and James Earl Jones.

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* [[Franchise/StarWars Any villain from the Star Wars movies.]] ''Franchise/StarWars'' movies. They are epic, ruthless, cruel, and yet so effective. And let's not forget the fact that they have both Christopher Lee and James Earl Jones.



* Loki from Film/{{Thor}}. There's a good reason everyone says he has more fangirls than the hero, and not only that, but he is one of the best manipulative villains of all time, and his [[spoiler:twist ending in the second Thor movie left everyone waiting, wondering, and soon to be theorizing more than the Reinchenbach Fall]].

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* Loki from Film/{{Thor}}. ''Film/{{Thor}}''. There's a good reason everyone says he has more fangirls than the hero, and not only that, but he is one of the best manipulative villains of all time, and his [[spoiler:twist ending in the second Thor movie left everyone waiting, wondering, and soon to be theorizing more than the Reinchenbach Reichenbach Fall]].



* [[TrueFinalBoss Hibachi]] in all the ''VideoGame/DonPachi'' series. It's a giant mechanical bee you fight at the end of each game and can only appear if certain conditions are met, such as beating the game without continues, finding all the bees, or using no bombs. It also has two forms, with the [[OneWingedAngel second form]] being a PintsizedPowerhouse that fires bullets and other projectiles all over the place. Also, in the latest installment, ''[=SaiDaiOuJou=]'', Hina takes the Hibachi mantle, and she's just as tough, especially when you fight her as Inbachi.


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* [[TrueFinalBoss Hibachi]] in all the ''VideoGame/DonPachi'' series. It's a giant mechanical bee you fight at the end of each game and can only appear if certain conditions are met, such as beating the game without continues, finding all the bees, or using no bombs. It also has two forms, with the [[OneWingedAngel second form]] being a PintsizedPowerhouse that fires bullets and other projectiles all over the place. Also, in the latest installment, ''[=SaiDaiOuJou=]'', Hina takes the Hibachi mantle, and she's just as tough, especially when you fight her as Inbachi.
9th Oct '17 7:53:55 PM Josef5678
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Related to GushingAboutCharactersYouLike, GushingAboutShowsYouLike and the other gush pages.

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Related to GushingAboutCharactersYouLike, GushingAboutShowsYouLike SugarWiki/GushingAboutCharactersYouLike, SugarWiki/GushingAboutShowsYouLike and the other gush pages.



* TheJoker. Is there any more that really needs to be said here?

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* TheJoker.ComicBook/TheJoker. Is there any more that really needs to be said here?



* Miles Axlerod from WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}. He's such a cleverly-written plot-twist villain that serves as an antithesis to Mater!

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* Miles Axlerod from WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}.''WesternAnimation/{{Cars 2}}''. He's such a cleverly-written plot-twist villain that serves as an antithesis to Mater!



** Although most people gush over [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], in this troper's opinion, the Evil Queen from ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarves'', is and always will be ''the'' best Disney Villain of all time. She always manages to terrify the audience, whether in her dark, [[ColdHam Coldly Hammy]] form as the Queen, or in her AxCrazy, LaughingMad form as the Witch. She pretty much set the standards for every Disney villain (including Maleficent), and possibly villains in general, to follow. Her movie was released all the way back in 1935 and she ''still'' leaves a huge impact on anyone who watches the movie. That, my friends, is evil done right.

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** Although most people gush over [[Disney/SleepingBeauty Maleficent]], in this troper's opinion, the Evil Queen from ''Disney/SnowWhiteAndTheSevenDwarves'', is and always will be ''the'' best Disney Villain of all time. She always manages to terrify the audience, whether in her dark, [[ColdHam Coldly Hammy]] form as the Queen, or in her AxCrazy, LaughingMad form as the Witch. She pretty much set the standards for every Disney villain (including Maleficent), and possibly villains in general, to follow. Her movie was released all the way back in 1935 1937 and she ''still'' leaves a huge impact on anyone who watches the movie. That, my friends, is evil done right.



* WesternAnimtion/KungFuPanda2: Lord Shen. He has a sympathetic, tragic backstory that could've been avoided if he had not acted in haste. In the present day, he's cold and depraved.

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* WesternAnimtion/KungFuPanda2: ''WesternAnimation/KungFuPanda2'': Lord Shen. He has a sympathetic, tragic backstory that could've been avoided if he had not acted in haste. In the present day, he's cold and depraved.



* WesterAnimation/ToyStory3: Lotso. He's so dastardly, and cruel. Once sympathetic, but now cold and hard as steel.

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* WesterAnimation/ToyStory3: ''WesternAnimation/ToyStory3'': Lotso. He's so dastardly, and cruel. Once sympathetic, but now cold and hard as steel.
10th Aug '17 1:01:15 PM Silverblade2
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** First of all, there's SelfDemonstrating/{{Katz}}. A badass, intimidating villain with a great {{Leitmotif}}. Easily one of the scariest characters in the show, and in a much more subtle way than, say, [[FanNickname the Blue Thing.]]

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** First of all, there's SelfDemonstrating/{{Katz}}.Katz. A badass, intimidating villain with a great {{Leitmotif}}. Easily one of the scariest characters in the show, and in a much more subtle way than, say, [[FanNickname the Blue Thing.]]
13th Jun '17 6:58:12 PM capthanos
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* Zaheer from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''. Not only is he the best villain of the series and the rest of the Avatar-verse, but he is seriously a contender for best villain of the 21st Century. That's how good he is!

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* Zaheer from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''. Not only is he the best villain of the series and the rest of the Avatar-verse, but he is seriously a contender for best villain of the 21st Century. That's how good he is! He's intelligent, philosophical, and calm for most of the time he appears in the series. He genuinely cares about his subordinates and believes that what he is doing is right. Finally, he serves as the perfect antithesis to the air nation, the White Lotus, and the avatar.
13th Jun '17 6:35:25 PM capthanos
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* ''WesternAnimation/StarVsTheForcesOfEvil'': Toffee. The villain has been in very few episodes, but he has made such a great impact on the series, is cold and calculating, and incredibly intimidating.
* Zaheer from ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra''. Not only is he the best villain of the series and the rest of the Avatar-verse, but he is seriously a contender for best villain of the 21st Century. That's how good he is!
18th May '17 6:23:57 AM VanilaGirl
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* Dark Helmet from Film/{{Spaceballs}}. He's prone to BreakingTheFourthWall and being the ButtMonkey, and is played by Creator/RickMoranis. How can you get better than that?
11th May '17 10:48:56 AM Daethalion
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* Sol of ''Literature/WarriorCats'' is an amazing villain. He's always cool and composed, and is very snarky. He also has delightfully satisfying plans, and is mysterious enough to merit any number of crazy guesses. He's one of the most unique, and interesting antagonists in the series, and that's saying something.


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* Lord Foul the Despiser from ''Literature/TheChroniclesOfThomasCovenant''. A {{Chessmaster}} par excellence, this guy was a direct rival to ''God'' in the world he inhabits, and because he is imprisoned within the Arch of Time, he literally cannot be killed without destroying all of creation. In the first trilogy, he had already destroyed The Land once by forcing its greatest mage into a DespairEventHorizon and convincing him to cast a FantasticNuke spell on the entire continent. And that was all just in the background story. Throughout the series proper he manipulates everyone into doing exactly what he wants, even when they are aware that he's doing it. His machinations are so subtle that avoiding any of his obvious traps means you'll only step into a worse, less obvious trap. He is flawed, though, and those flaws are the only reason he gets brought down every time. And he has style. Lord Foul is truly a WorthyOpponent for heroes anywhere.
* Sol of ''Literature/WarriorCats'' is an amazing villain. He's always cool and composed, and is very snarky. He also has delightfully satisfying plans, and is mysterious enough to merit any number of crazy guesses. He's one of the most unique, and interesting antagonists in the series, and that's saying something.
28th Apr '17 1:35:33 PM ReynTime250
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They can be monstrous, [[SympathyForTheDevil sympathetic,]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist may mean well, but become villains because of their good intentions,]] and may be even [[JerkAssWoobie woobies!]]

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They can be monstrous, [[CompleteMonster monstrous]], [[SympathyForTheDevil sympathetic,]] [[WellIntentionedExtremist may mean well, but become villains because of their good intentions,]] and may be even [[JerkAssWoobie woobies!]]
8th Apr '17 9:07:51 AM nombretomado
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** The Yeti Avenger. Man, if E.V.O. Search for Eden was popular, he would become an {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}, and for good reason. Although he is a Yeti, he is quite the opposite of his predecessors, the Sir Yeti, who would kill any mammal that tries to challenge him, and Yeti Mother, who is a {{Violently Protective Girlfriend}}. He is the ''least'' evil out of the colorful array of villains you face. He lives and protects the Yeti sacred ground and attacks you because you humiliated the Yetis (by killing their leaders, that is). And ''how!'' As has been said in the [[{{Characters/EVOSearchForEden}} character page]], he is the Yeti version of [[PunchOut Little Mac]]. He packs a powerful punch and is perfectly capable of uppercutting you. You might even feel sad when fighting him, considering [[TearJerker his sad history.]] He easily combines the sadness of his backstory and the coolness of his fighting, although he might become a {{That One Boss}}. He is vengeful, after all.

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** The Yeti Avenger. Man, if E.V.O. Search for Eden was popular, he would become an {{Ensemble Darkhorse}}, and for good reason. Although he is a Yeti, he is quite the opposite of his predecessors, the Sir Yeti, who would kill any mammal that tries to challenge him, and Yeti Mother, who is a {{Violently Protective Girlfriend}}. He is the ''least'' evil out of the colorful array of villains you face. He lives and protects the Yeti sacred ground and attacks you because you humiliated the Yetis (by killing their leaders, that is). And ''how!'' As has been said in the [[{{Characters/EVOSearchForEden}} [[Characters/EVOSearchForEden character page]], he is the Yeti version of [[PunchOut [[VideoGame/PunchOut Little Mac]]. He packs a powerful punch and is perfectly capable of uppercutting you. You might even feel sad when fighting him, considering [[TearJerker his sad history.]] He easily combines the sadness of his backstory and the coolness of his fighting, although he might become a {{That One Boss}}. He is vengeful, after all.
3rd Mar '17 11:55:06 PM TropesForever
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