Unclear Description: The Heavy get usage counts
Deadlock Clock: 14th Aug 2013 11:59:00 PM
edited 7th Dec '12 9:20:03 PM by Pig_catapult
edited 1st Feb '13 6:15:01 PM by AnotherDuck
- Unrelated to the Big Bad
- Seymour from Final Fantasy X is trying to hijack living cataclysm Sin, and provides the main obstacles to the party's progress between the first failed attack on Sin and the party's final attempt to destroy Sin.
- The Dragon or (at least initially) occupying a similar position
- Kai Leng from Mass Effect 3 is the only villain to fight Shepard multiple times, and one of the few villains to interfere with Shepard's plans instead of having Shepard throw a wrench in theirs. He mainly serves the Illusive Man and has no major agenda of his own.
- Col. Quaritch Avatar is only around to serve Parker Selfridge (as the local rep for the Mega Corp.), but takes matters into his own hands when negotiations with the Na'vi fail and is the villain who must be defeated to end the conflict. (Quaritch is the Dragon-in-Chief, which is a trope full of "heavies")
- Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender is clearly only serving her father, the Firelord, but he doesn't get in on the action until a full season and a half after Azula's been attacking the heroes for him, and only takes matters into his own hands in the finale.
- Darth Vader in A New Hope captures and interrogates Leia, fights Obi-Wan, and is the most dangerous opponent flying in the final battle, while The Big Bad Grand Moff Tarkin—who has all of two scenes with any of the heroes—is the one in command of the Death Star and thus the villain whose plans must be stopped in order to save the day.
- Turn out to not be the Big Bad after all
- Saren from Mass Effect 1 seems to be the one behind the geth attacks and four times personally steps in to interfere with Shepard—other villains get two encounters at most.
- The Big Bad
edited 4th Feb '13 9:54:50 PM by WaxingName
edited 5th Feb '13 12:31:58 AM by troacctid
Single Proposition: The Heavy 2
1st May '13 3:44:05 PM