edited 15th Jan '13 1:45:24 PM by Fighteer
- Of the three Paper Mario: The Thousand-Year Door examples, only Shadow Queen qualifies; the other two pale before her (Grubba's entry even mentions that fact).
- Dimentio of Super Paper Mario belongs - while I ordinarily don't like direct comparisons to other qualifiers, the fact is, they entry describes just how close to Kefka of Final Fantasy VI Dimentio reaches.
- The Shroobs in general don't count. Princess Shroob is their leader, though, and her crimes apply to what they did, as she ordered them. That said, she's a Generic Doomsday Villain. Cut.
- Dark Star is sentient... that said, he's trapped for most of the game, and his MO when he gets free is to copy the most powerful guy around (Bowser) and try to take over the world. Practically the poster child for Generic Doomsday Villain. Cut.
- Lord Pavel Young is a self-entitled, cowardly rapist who despises the heroine for getting ahead by being heroic (despite being low-born). It's implied that his father was the same - and his grandfather was worse. He does, however, receive a Karmic Death at the hands of the heroine.
- Still, the unrivaled position of top Complete Monster of Honorverse goes to a one-book character: Andre Warnecke from Honor among Enemies. He is a revolutionary from the Chalice Cluster of Silesian Confederacy. A Smug Snake as well as a Complete Monster, he did not have any of the justifications of others. Nuking a city? Saint Just did that to save his ass, cold-blooded as it may be. Warnecke did that to prove a point. Torturing prisoners and raping women? Masadans were religious fanatics who did this to POWs. Warnecke's men did that to the civilians of the world he took over, who had no defence, and the crews of the defenceless merchant ships they captured, for entertainment. By the end of his part, you loathe him so much that him getting his comeuppance at Honor's hands and his hanging by the citizens of Sidemore does not even begin to soothe your rage."
- Serpine looks like The Messiah when you compare him to the Faceless Ones though..."
edited 30th Sep '12 5:21:40 PM by AmbarSonofDeshar
edited 30th Sep '12 5:48:58 PM by OccasionalExister
edited 30th Sep '12 5:51:18 PM by SophiaLonesoul
- The most notable is Obadiah Hakeswill, the enemy of Richard Sharpe. Hakeswill is a sadistic British Sergeant, who relishes tormenting those under his command. He murders the goodhearted Colonel Mc Candles, who was going to turn Hakeswill in for abuses of power, kills Sharpe's first wife and deserts the army to lead a band of murderous, rapist brigands. He meets his end, when Sharpe performs the coup de grace at his firing squad execution.
- Kjartan the Cruel of The Saxon Stories, a brutal Viking overlord who seizes power by betraying his own lord and burning him alive in his home. He also takes the lord's daughter as a sex slave for his son and lets every man in his garrison have her until she mutilates herself to make herself unattractive. He suffers the worst fate a Viking can get when the sons of the murdered lord kill him and deny him the honor of holding his sword at his death, consigning his soul to Nifleheim.
- Sir Martin from Agincourt id a corrupt priest, who abuses his authority to rape and murder as he wants. Sir Martin's karmic death is executed masterfully with absolutely perfect symmetry. For those who don't have time to read the magnificent book, Sir Martin attempts to rape the hero's wife while he is out defending their lives against a superior force, all the while saying the hero is unworthy to have a wife at all, mostly because the hero's mother spurned him. Then, as he begins to scream "Let's make a baby!" A moment filled with Squick, she uses a crossbow hidden in her bag the hero gave her to shoot him through the scrotum and up into his bowels, leaving him to slowly bleed to death in agony. "
edited 30th Sep '12 7:01:58 PM by SophiaLonesoul
edited 30th Sep '12 7:24:19 PM by nrjxll
edited 30th Sep '12 7:27:11 PM by GameSorcerer
edited 30th Sep '12 8:15:37 PM by AmbarSonofDeshar
edited 1st Oct '12 9:05:13 AM by AmbarSonofDeshar
- Unlike the other villains in the show, they're not played for laughs in the slightest.
- At first they act all nice, offering to help Eliza get back to her family and helping save an injured rhino and telling her they run an animal sanctuary. But that's all just an act as it's revealed that they're so-called "sanctuary" is just a cover for them to poach animals(and they were the ones that injured said Rhino) and not only that, they plan to kill thousands of elephants with an electric fence.
- I know animal cruelty alone isn't enough to qualify for the list, but Sloan and Brie go beyond that when they threaten to kill Debbie unless Eliza tells them how she knew about the fence, then after they're plan gets thwarted, they decide to fly in with a chopper and shoot the elephants despite Eliza being in the vicinity, even they're own Mooks question they're actions, Sloane says that he dosen't care and when Eliza tries to stop him, he attempts to throw her to her death.
- Complete Monster: Affably Evil aside, Tong Fo qualifies. He attempted to destroy the Valley of Peace for seemingly no reason, his actions are taken seriously, he shows no remorse for the devastation he brought or attempted to bring, and has no redeeming qualities that we know of.
- What about Scorpion? Before the events of the first movie, she brainwashed the entire valley. In the present, she brainwashes Monkey into trying to kill Po For the Evulz. In her second appearance, she convinces Po and Mr. Ping that she's changed only to poison everyone in the valley. she was capable of killing everyone but chose the more sadistic route of shutting down their motor skills.
edited 1st Oct '12 4:04:25 AM by flamemario12
edited 1st Oct '12 4:57:31 AM by ChaoticQueen
edited 1st Oct '12 5:49:15 AM by Krystoff