series is known for its heinous main antagonists.
- The first Fable had Jack of Blades as its main antagonist. Basically he leads a gang of bandits to wipe out your home village and kill your father, blinds your sister, who would later become a recurring character in the series, and in the end, murders your mother before the final battle. A mystical being from the underworld, he has no redeeming qualities whatsoever and acts in the most cruel and manipulative way possible.
- Fable II:
- Lucien's experiment the Commandant is a sadistic bastard. He introduces himself by stating he has broken 272 men beforehand, proud of this. He then makes sure Lucien's prisoners are starved and makes you kill your only friend there. It feels so satisfying to kill him after this, but this is ruined by the revelation that he is not the only one of his kind. Bonus monster points to Lucien for making this guy.
- Reaver. In the second game he manages to double cross the main character at least twice, was revealed to be the person responsible for the destruction of Oakvale, though he actually regretted that action in the past (key emphasis on the past tense in that statement). In the third game he controls the Bowerstone industrial sector, which he forces children to work in factories and shoots workers who slow or grow tired, protest, or break some unannounced rule he has yet to think up. He also acts as an advisor to the king in which his suggestions will be something along the lines of deforestation and tearing down a school to make room for a whorehouse.
- The Crawler from Fable III is pure death and destruction. If you don't need more convincing, when you first encounter it with Walter, it mind rapes Walter and then tries doing the same to you. After it forces Walter to relive a traumatising time in a cave it is revealed that it massacred the residents of Aurora and taunted the survivors. Then after it attacks Albion it will massacre 6.5 million if you haven't donated enough gold and and then possesses Walter, forcing you to kill it by killing Walter. Most Eldritch Abomination kind of creatures would operate with Blue and Orange Morality and be exempt from this as a result. However, the Crawler takes glee in this (or at least its perception of morality is not properly explored) and qualifies.