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- Ernst Stavro Blofeld himself could also count. This is the man who invented the concept of nuclear and biological terrorism (Thunderball and On Her Majesty's Secret Service are arguably the earliest examples of either plot in fiction). His schemes about world domination are always the most megalomaniac ones: like blackmailing the entire world, extorting an unimaginable ransoms, or he'll cause great damage, killing thousands or millions of human lives. Besides, many archenemies usually have a bit of a sense of honor towards their good counterpart, but Blofeld doesn't — he orders James Bond's death to be a particularly unpleasant and humiliating one, and later kills his wife in the process of trying to murder him. You better think twice before working for him, as you've probably seen what kind of You Have Failed Me punishments this Bad Boss has in store for you if you fail him.
- Tamir, also from the first game of Assassin's Creed. He seemed proud of the countless lives taken by his blades. Even during his assassination, he mercilessly stabs an innocent man to death.
- Mirage from Aladdin series, because unlike the other villains, she has no motivation in destroying Agrabah other than for her own malice. Iago even mentions her a evil incarnate.
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