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edited 27th Mar '14 12:42:43 PM by ACW
- From the BBC drama Spooks we have the far-right white supremacist Robert Osbourne from the first episode Looking After Our Own. Planning a series of race riots to force Parliament to crack down on immigration, Osbourne also viciously abuses his wife Claire. When he realizes MI-5 is watching him, he has their contact murdered. Osbourne is revealed to be connected to a human smuggling operation so he can choke off the asylum centers- with the immigrants occasionally thrown into the ocean. When he catches the agents after him, Osbourne shows what a monster he is by torturing Helen. First he forces her hand into a deep fat fryer. Then her head.
- Mayhem is the leader of a renegade band of Amazons that routinely terrorizes the countryside in Greece and massacres entire villages, except for the little girls she turns into her weapons. Most Amazons who did raids would go for minimal loss of life, and are appalled by Mayhem's actions. She personally blinds Ruun, who's only five years old just after killing his parents and kidnapping his sister who she turns into a mindless killing machine. Fast forward years later, when most of the renegade Amazons have rejoined the Amazonian Nation, Mayhem still leads raids which Rape, Pillage, and Burn entire villages for fun. When confronted by Hercules, she laughs off that her actions will lead to an Amazon Civil War which will be crushed by the outside world. And finally, when confronted on what she did to Ruun and his sister Siri after she is beaten by Hercules she flat out says "So what, I turned her into the greatest Amazonian Warrior!"
- Serial Killer Charlie Lynch of JAG is a remorseless psychopath who kills at the drop of a hat for any reason. He begins by stomping a young girl to death solely because he fees she may have disrespected him. After the murder, Lynch opts to target her sister for fun. While initially stopped, he later returns to kidnap said sister and hold her hostage to torment her mentally before he plans on murdering her as well. When questioned for his motives, he states he kills for fun and asks if anyone has a problem with it.
- From NCIS we have Marcel Janvier, AKA The Chameleon. runs several cartels from behind the scenes, and the closest thing to an MO that he has is that he acts as the driver. He kills people by incinerating them in their cars and plays a dangerous game of "hide and seek" where he forces people to act as him to lure them to dead ends, which often results in their deaths in the process. When infiltrating the NCIS, he murders and assumes the identity of a police officer to infiltrate the operation to capture him. In his final appearance, Janvier set up a family of arms dealers to be killed by the police and car bombs Agent Carter before allowing his own arrest to blackmail the NCIS by threatening to inform Iran of security flaws in the US. Marcel Janvier cares only about his own profit and has no regard for human life. With one of the highest bodycounts in the NCIS franchise, The Chameleon is one of the most monstrous villains the franchise has to offer.
- Shiro Hisujikai from Okami-San is a respected student whose handsome looks conceal a depraved heart. Shiro attempted to rape his girlfriend, Ryoko, in the past and blamed her for leading him on when she told people, manipulating them into ostracizing her and leaving her with mental scars and trust issues.In the present, Shiro returns and tries to entrap Ryoko to force her to be his woman again. Part of his plan involves threatening the lives of seven children with full intent to harm or kill them. Shiro returns throughout the light novels, eventually aimed at destroying Ryoko and her Love Interest mentally, as well as everything connected to them.
- Lord Magistrate Wolfram, the keeper of the titular fortress in Wolfsmund is a handsome, gentle looking man who is a genuine sadist. As the guardian of The Wolfsmund, everyone passing through St. Gotthard's pass must be inspected by Wolfram, who delights in mentally tormenting his victims. Starting the series by having a young woman executed and her body displayed Wolfram goes on to commit many atrocities, including forcing a little girl and her mother to undergo a search inside their 'womanly' parts with tongs to see if they're hiding anything, participating in torture ostensibly for information but simply for pleasure and feeding the mother and younger brother of one of the only people to escape his clutches to ravenous wolves for an execution. It is revealed Wolfram led violent raids to kill civilians in the past and spared only two children with disfiguring scars over one eye each to make sure they never forgot him. Ostensibly loyal to the Austrian Hapsburg Dukedom, Wolfram admits that his only reason is for the amusement it gives him and his greatest joy in life is to cause others pain, especially after giving them hope first.
- From the comic Severed we have the nameless Salesman, or Mr. Fisher as he often goes by in the story. Fisher has been on the road a very long time. Countless centuries, in fact, and hunts down children to devour them and their dreams. Posing as a kindly salesman to take them under his wing, he lures them into traps where he reveals his sharp teeth and devours them alive. When he encounters the young hero Jack, the Salesman murders the real Mr. Fisher to steal his identity and takes Jack on a game of cat and mouse, murdering and eating his friend Samantha. When he catches Jack at the end, the Salesman gloats over all the evil he's done over the years and how many dreams he's devoured before chopping off Jack's arm, planning to eat him and force Jack's mother to partake
- In Baltimore by Mike Mignola...
- The Big Bad of the series, Haigus, the vampire monarch and the object of Henry Baltimore's pursuit. When awoken from his slumber by Baltimore inadvertently, Haigus spends time tormenting Baltimore. He turns his family into vampires and saves Baltimore's beloved wife for last. He leaves his wife for Baltimore to find, which forces him to destroy them when they rise. Haigus spreads his plague throughout all of Europe, occasionally massacring entire villages and leaving the bodies strewn all over for Baltimore to find. He resumes his worship of the monstrous Red King and begins preparing the way for the Red King to return and obliterate the world of men. Haigus eventually tires from the endless pursuits and opts to die at Baltimore's hands, but takes delight knowing he's taken everything from him, and tries to murder Baltimore's only remaining friends before taunting Baltimore how he will never, ever know peace.
- The nameless warlock of ''The Cursed Bells' story. A greedy, ambitious man who keeps a large amount of vampiric nuns enslaved to him with the lie he will heal them of vampirism, the warlock uses a dark ritual to resurrect a long-dead witch by feeding her ashes and blood to a pregnant woman so the witch rips its way out of her. The warlock has her curse the bells of the cathedral he uses as a base which will Mind Rape anyone who hears the bells into his slaves with whom he will enslave the world and purge any in the way. The warlock also reveals he gained his mystic knowledge by entrapping a supernatural beast...by leaving a baby for it to eat and catching it while it bathed after the meal.
- in the dark world of Hellboy, Nimue, the Queen of Blood, reigns supreme as the greatest monster in the Cosmic Horror Story. Once a mighty sorceress who betrayed the great Wizard Merlin and imprisoned him to live eternally in his own grave, Nimue was imprisoned for 1,500 years by the witches of Britain. Upon her revival to lead the Wild Hunt, Nimue destroys the other witches of Britain and sets about marshaling an army of the Fae. When one ambassador comes to her to say his king will stand with her, Nimue forces him to murder his king, come out his heart and forge her a new crown with it. Nimue launches vicious purges to ensure there is no threat to her rule, intending to exterminate humanity to the last man. When defeated and being dragged to hell by the witches she'd murdered, Nimue spitefully tears out Hellboy's heart to ensure she won't face damnation alone.
edited 27th Mar '14 5:30:39 PM by Lightysnake
- The vampire monarch Haigus is the object of Henry Baltimore's pursuit. When inadvertently awoken from his slumber by Baltimore, Haigus spends time tormenting Baltimore turning his family into vampires and saving Baltimore's beloved wife for last. He leaves his wife for Baltimore to find, which forces him to destroy his family when they rise. Haigus spreads his plague throughout all of Europe, occasionally massacring entire villages and leaving the bodies strewn all over for Baltimore to find. He resumes his worship of the monstrous Red King and begins preparing the way for the Red King to return and obliterate the world of men. Haigus eventually tires from the endless pursuits and opts to die at Baltimore's hands, but takes delight knowing he's taken everything from him, and tries to murder Baltimore's only remaining friends before taunting Baltimore how he will never, ever know peace.
- The nameless warlock of “The Cursed Bells” story is a greedy, ambitious man who keeps a large amount of vampiric nuns enslaved to him with the lie he will heal them of vampirism, the warlock uses a dark ritual to resurrect a long-dead witch by feeding her ashes and blood to a pregnant woman so the witch rips its way out of her. The warlock has her curse the bells of the cathedral he uses as a base which will Mind Rape anyone who hears the bells into his slaves with whom he will enslave the world and purge any in the way. The warlock also reveals thsy he gained his mystic knowledge by entrapping a supernatural beast...by leaving a baby for it to eat and catching it while it bathed after the meal.
edited 27th Mar '14 1:53:22 PM by ACW
- On Monster.The Witcher, can you namespace The Witcher?
- On Monster.Dragon Ball, can you please get rid of this "also qualifies" cruft?
edited 28th Mar '14 2:04:48 PM by EarlOfSandvich
I added it to the Sandbox already. Actually, for The Witcher, just use this please:
- The Witcher:
- Azar Javed, the leader of Salamandra, leads the despicable organization that uses rape, murder, torture and treason to further their agenda, even kidnap children to experiment on them, mutating them and sometimes even just discarding them if they die during experiments (such as Raymond's son). He also murders Raymond and takes his place in order to get to Geralt, tricks Shani into giving the prisoner a poisoned drug and turns the mortally wounded White Rayla into a freakish mutant and sics her on Geralt.
- The Reverend, the spiritual leader of Vizima's Outskirts seems to be a fair, if slightly rude priest at first glance, but is actually a Knight Templar psychopath. He has his own pregnant daughter thrown out of the village for refusing to follow the psycho-cult religion he does, forcing her to become a prostitute just to get by, and tricks his own people into believing that the innocent, kindly mage Abigail is responsible for the recent rise in monster attacks, forming them into a howling lynch mob. He does this merely out of petty spite and prejudice. If Geralt (rightfully) prevents the lynching, even after saving the village from the monsters, the Reverend will try to have him killed, again purely out of petty spite. He doesn't fight Geralt himself first, but manipulates dozens of innocent villagers to attack, willing to sacrifice the lives of his own village just because Geralt hasn't let him murder an innocent woman.
- Bernard Loredo from the second game, The Witcher 2: Assassins Of Kings, is the thuggish Commandant of Flotsam who runs the town like his own personal fiefdom, running criminal enterprises and instituting racist policies against nonhumans. When Iorveth's men kill some of Loredo's, Loredo sends out his soldiers to incite riots against the innocent, nonhuman residents of Flotsam, leading to butchery and mass murder of nonhumans in the streets. Eventually, Loredo has the Scoia'tael members and their sympathizers rounded up on a prison barge which he plans on sinking instead of delivering to prison. If Geralt sides with Roche and kills Loredo, the Witcher will discover, despite Loredo's hatred of nonhumans, the Commandant imprisoned, beat and raped an elven woman for a year, eventually impregnating her. The woman was so traumatized by the events that immediately after giving birth she killed herself. Should Geralt choose to side with Iorveth and hijack the prison barge, Loredo responds by spitefully trying to burn down a building full of elven women. If Geralt chooses to save the women rather than kill Loredo, Loredo will succeed in turning traitor and selling out Flotsam to the kingdom of Kaedwen.
edited 11th Apr '14 8:03:39 AM by ACW
- Having the general fighting amongst his soldiers could be this dependig on the time period of the work note . It can succeed, but becomes this when used badly and the enemy kills the general. The army will lose with it's general dead.
- Also add: Attacking the commander yourself. Works when done well, but when done badly, it will fail spectacularly.
edited 28th Mar '14 7:02:54 AM by Fighteer
- Ragyo Kiryuin is the Big Bad of Kill la Kill and possibly one of the worst parents in all of fiction. Unlike almost everything else on this show, her actions are always played 100% seriously. Her ultimate goal is the annihilation of the human race by transforming the earth into a cocoon for the parasitic alien Life Fibers, and she carries it out entirely of her own free will and with great gusto. She desires nothing less than the total physical, mental, and sexual domination of everyone she comes into contact with, up to and including her own daughters. Prior to the start of the show, Ragyo married a genius scientist named Soichiro, with whom she had two daughters: Satsuki and Ryuko, the latter of whom she never bothered to name. After experimenting on both, Ragyo believed that the experiments had cost the newborn Ryuko her life and callously disposed of her as a failure. After finding out Ryuko is that daughter seventeen years later, Ragyo's first action is to form a plan to Mind Rape her into subservience that temporarily succeeds. Satsuki fared little better growing up, subject to Ragyo's disturbing attentions and regular molestation. When Satsuki begins her rebellion, she wastes no time in delivering her daughter a No-Holds-Barred Beatdown and calling her a worthless failed experiment. She initially seems to display affection for her subordinates, but has absolutely no qualms about absorbing them into herself when it is convenient. When defeated, Ragyo rejects any offer at reconciliation, tearing out her own heart and crushing it with the promise that the Life Fibers would return and destroy all Ryuko held dear.
edited 28th Mar '14 6:12:39 PM by sanfranman91
- Sir John Talbot of The Wolf Man 2010 is a literal and figurative monster. Cursed with lycanthropy decades before the film, Sir John murdered his wife accidentally and allowed his young son Lawrence to be sent to an asylum to have the memory of the werewolf tortured out of him. When Lawrence's brother was going to leave the Talbot home, John didn't lock himself up on the full moon with the express intent of transforming and tearing his son apart. He allows himself to transform outside his cage shortly after, killing many innocent people and infecting the returned Lawrence. He allows Lawrence to transform and go on a killing rampage so he'll be blamed for the killings and be sent back to the asylum for more torture and insanity. Sir John had given his Indian manservant Singh a gun with silver shells to stop him should he ever lose control, but upon Lawrence's return to the manor to settle things with his father, he finds Singh's butchered corpse and John gleefully informing him he'd removed the powder from the shells years ago. Seeing his curse as power, John Talbot believes that he is the superior species and can do whatever he wants to anyone, even his own sons who he views as nothing more than possessions.
- The Big Bad of the 2004 BBC telefilm Pride is Harry, an alpha male lion who leads a rogue pride known as “The Wanderers”. The beginning of the movie establishes him as a ruthless psychopath who leads attacks on other prides (including one belonging to the film’s heroine Suki) and murders lionesses such as Fleck’s mother. Harry knows that Suki is a vegetarian lion who abhors hunting other animals and he exploits this when Suki is fully grown and leaves her pride. After Suki gives birth to cubs fathered by Harry’s wingman Dark, Harry crosses the line by killing and eating all but one of her cubs. Harry uses that sole surviving cub (Rory) to blackmail Suki, threatening that he will make Rory “go missing” if she does not hunt for The Wanderers. As if that wasn’t enough, he plans out another attack on Suki’s pride and states that he wants to kill everyone within her pride. When Harry fights Suki’s brother, he finds Rory hiding and attacks him. At that moment, Dark realizes what the psychopath did to his cubs and shoves him off the cliff to his death.
edited 28th Mar '14 9:35:01 PM by sanfranman91
edited 29th Mar '14 5:10:53 PM by Nakayama90
edited 29th Mar '14 7:39:38 PM by Nohbody
- Bill Sikes from Oliver Twist is one of the most vicious characters that Charles Dickens ever created. Sikes beats his dog, abuses his girlfriend Nancy, and uses Oliver, a young boy to further his criminal career, threatening to shoot him if he gives him away. His worst act is killing Nancy in cold blood when he thinks she betrayed him. He smashes her face with his pistol and when she begs for mercy, he beats her to death with a club, and keeps beating her when she's already dead. He later threatens to kill Charley Bates when he's on the run for Nancy's murder and he leaves Oliver for dead in a ditch. Other criminals fear Sikes and his violent temper and none of the other villains come close to matching him in being an utter bastard.
edited 31st Mar '14 11:18:19 AM by TVRulezAgain
- Red Fire, Red Planet: Meromi Riyal, first officer of the IKS mupwI', was one of the 1,500 Orion slave girls given to the Great Houses of the Klingon Empire by the Orion Syndicate at the signing of the Treaty of Ter'jas Mor.note She decided she'd had enough of Klingon sex and escaped into the Qo'noS underground where she joined a smuggling ring.
- Epileptic Trees: It's extremely likely that Phlannel Boxingday is actually Princess Bubblegum in disguise: both are pink; have an identical face apart from the mustache; have the same initials and same number of letters and syllables in their first and last name, Boxingday's last lines include Gratuitous German ("In deinem Kopf."), references to being unable to interfere in Castle Lemongrab's policy due to treaties and Techno Babble. The only other possible explanation is that Boxingday is a "sibling" that came from the same pile of goo where she came from.