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** Stanley Poole from [[VideoGame/BioShock2 the second game]] is a smug, sleazy JerkAss who has [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder a nasty habit of betraying people who help him]]. He infiltrates Dionysus Park on the orders of Andrew Ryan, only to join Sophia Lamb's cult just to further his own goals. He [[TheStoolPigeon rats out Lamb to the authorities]] and has her imprisoned so he could have the run of the Park. He then proceeds to blow all of Lamb's money on [[HookersAndBlow lavish parties full of sex and drugs]]. When Lamb unexpectedly escapes from custody, Poole panics, because he doesn't want her to know what he did. To that end, he has Lamb's daughter, Eleanor, sent away to become a Little Sister (essentially damning her to a life of human experimentation and slavery) and [[KillEmAll floods Dionysus Park, killing everyone inside]] [[HeKnowsTooMuch just to keep his misdeeds under wraps]]. At some point during all this, Poole also had enigmatic folk hero Johnny Topside turned over to the authorities and had the man forcibly converted into the Big Daddy who would be known as Subject Delta, the PlayerCharacter. Poole keeps this information secret from you as he tasks you with finding and eliminating the Little Sisters, the last people who would know about what he did. When you find out the truth about Poole's doings and go to confront him, he [[DirtyCoward pathetically begs for his life]].

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** Stanley Poole from [[VideoGame/BioShock2 the second game]] is a smug, {{smug|snake}}, sleazy JerkAss who has [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder a nasty habit of betraying people at the slightest provocation]]. He got himself into Andrew Ryan's good books by having the enigmatic folk hero Johnny Topside -- of whom Poole spoke highly beforehand -- turned over to the authorities, whereupon Topside was forcibly converted into the Big Daddy who help him]]. He would be known as Subject Delta, the PlayerCharacter. After ingratiating himself with the city's top brass, Poole infiltrates Dionysus Park on the orders of Andrew Ryan, Ryan's orders, only to join Sophia Lamb's cult just to further his own goals. He Poole [[TheStoolPigeon rats out Lamb to the authorities]] police]] and has her imprisoned so he could have the run of the Park. He then proceeds to blow all of Lamb's money on [[HookersAndBlow lavish parties full of sex and drugs]]. When Lamb unexpectedly escapes from custody, Poole panics, because he doesn't want her to know what he did. To that end, he has Lamb's daughter, Eleanor, sent away to become a Little Sister (essentially damning her to a life of human experimentation and slavery) and [[KillEmAll floods Dionysus Park, killing everyone inside]] [[HeKnowsTooMuch just to keep his misdeeds under wraps]]. At some point during all this, Poole also had enigmatic folk hero Johnny Topside turned over to the authorities and had the man forcibly converted into the Big Daddy who would be known as Subject Delta, the PlayerCharacter. Poole keeps this information secret from you as he tasks you with finding and eliminating the Little Sisters, the last people who would know about what he did. When you find out the truth about Poole's doings and go to confront him, he [[DirtyCoward pathetically begs for his life]].


* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' runs on HiddenDepths and GreyAndGreyMorality, so there are unsurprisingly very few truly reprehensible characters. Most antagonists/culprits are [[SympatheticMurderer forced to kill]] by the DeadlyGame, and may bolster a FreudianExcuse or the odd [[PetTheDog sympathetic quality]]. Even the genuine psychos are [[EvilIsCool too cool]] [[LoveToHate to really hate]]- for instance, series BigBad Monokuma, despite being a HopeCrusher [[spoiler:and [[TheMole infiltrating]] the party as [[TrueSelf Junko]] only to betray them, and being the one who ruined the world, among other things]], is a LaughablyEvil and charismatic ManipulativeBastard [[spoiler:and actually a CuteAndPsycho [[TheFashionista fashionista]]]]. There are a few villains who are just meant to be hated, however:

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* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' runs on HiddenDepths and GreyAndGreyMorality, so there are unsurprisingly very few truly reprehensible characters. Most antagonists/culprits are [[SympatheticMurderer forced to kill]] by the DeadlyGame, and may bolster a FreudianExcuse or the odd [[PetTheDog sympathetic quality]]. Even the genuine psychos are [[EvilIsCool too cool]] [[LoveToHate to really hate]]- for instance, series BigBad Monokuma, despite being a HopeCrusher [[spoiler:and [[TheMole infiltrating]] the party as [[TrueSelf Junko]] only to betray them, and being the one who ruined the world, among other things]], is a LaughablyEvil and charismatic ManipulativeBastard [[spoiler:and actually a CuteAndPsycho [[TheFashionista fashionista]]]]. There are a few villains who are just meant to be hated, however:



** According to WordOfGod, [[spoiler:Monaka Towa]] from ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'' was created with this in mind, [[spoiler:being incredibly manipulative and callous towards her fellow Warriors Of Hope, who are [[FreudianExcuse abused children]], and TheReveal that she intended to kill all her brainwashed child minions to start a war between Towa City and the Future Foundation]]. However, [[spoiler:Monaca]] [[MisaimedFandom ended up gaining quite a fanbase]] of the LoveToHate variety, and even a few people who argue that [[spoiler:Monaca]] [[DracoInLeatherPants is just an abused child who needed some love]].

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** According to WordOfGod, [[spoiler:Monaka Towa]] [[spoiler:Monaca Towa ]] from ''VideoGame/AbsoluteDespairGirls'' was created with this in mind, [[spoiler:being incredibly manipulative and callous towards her fellow Warriors Of Hope, who are [[FreudianExcuse abused children]], and TheReveal that she intended to kill all her brainwashed child minions to start a war between Towa City and the Future Foundation]]. However, [[spoiler:Monaca]] [[MisaimedFandom ended up gaining quite a fanbase]] of the LoveToHate variety, and even a few people who argue that [[spoiler:Monaca]] [[DracoInLeatherPants is just an abused child who needed some love]].



* [[VideoGame/FreedomPlanet Lord Brevon]] leaves quite an impression of letting us know that he was clearly meant to be despised the moment he threw in his EstablishingCharacterMoment of [[OffWithHisHead beheading the King of Shuigang]] right in front of Prince Dail and then brainwashing Dail into his puppet. Several of the traits that define him include [[MoralMyopia his refusal to accept that his actions are wrong]], even when Torque throws his so-called "intent to ensure his homeworld's safety" right in his face, as well as cruelty, bigotedness, selfishness, sheer sadism, being a jerk himself in his own right, and a flair for [[PlayerPunch committing acts so awful that they make players feel horrible]], and not to mention [[VileVillainSaccharineShow being monstrously horrific despite appearing in an otherwise-lighthearted game]]. Unsurprisingly, the players even started calling for his head when he committed such despicable acts as [[spoiler:subjecting poor Lilac to a brutal combination of physical torture, ElectricTorture and [[BreakThemByTalking breaking speeches]], [[WouldHurtAChild using Milla as a hostage to keep the heroines from retrieving the Kingdom Stone and then turning Milla into a monster and forcing them to fight her]] (after which they confront him in a rage with refusal to forgive him which he simply replies to saying he doesn't need forgiveness from people "putting his homeworld at risk for an oversized battery" that he describes the Kingdom Stone as), and, in Milla's story, attempting to strangle her to death in a fit of seething rage]]. And worst of all, [[ThatOneBoss he's by far one of the most difficult bosses in the game]]. Interestingly, he's also the reason why the main antagonist of VideoGame/FreedomPlanet2, Merga, broke free from her crystal prison, due to the fact that [[spoiler:the Kingdom Stone was destroyed in the process of his defeat]].

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* [[VideoGame/FreedomPlanet ''VideoGame/FreedomPlanet'''s BigBad Lord Brevon]] Brevon leaves quite an impression of letting us know that he was clearly meant to be despised the moment he threw in his EstablishingCharacterMoment of [[OffWithHisHead beheading the King of Shuigang]] right in front of Prince Dail and then brainwashing Dail into his puppet. Several of the traits that define him include [[MoralMyopia his refusal to accept that his actions are wrong]], even when Torque throws his so-called "intent to ensure his homeworld's safety" right in his face, as well as cruelty, bigotedness, selfishness, sheer sadism, being a jerk himself in his own right, and a flair for [[PlayerPunch committing acts so awful that they make players feel horrible]], and not to mention [[VileVillainSaccharineShow being monstrously horrific despite appearing in an otherwise-lighthearted game]]. Unsurprisingly, the players even started calling for his head when he committed such despicable acts as [[spoiler:subjecting poor Lilac to a brutal combination of physical torture, ElectricTorture and [[BreakThemByTalking breaking speeches]], [[WouldHurtAChild using Milla as a hostage to keep the heroines from retrieving the Kingdom Stone and then turning Milla into a monster and forcing them to fight her]] (after which they confront him in a rage with refusal to forgive him which he simply replies to saying he doesn't need forgiveness from people "putting his homeworld at risk for an oversized battery" that he describes the Kingdom Stone as), and, in Milla's story, attempting to strangle her to death in a fit of seething rage]]. And worst of all, [[ThatOneBoss he's by far one of the most difficult bosses in the game]]. Interestingly, he's also the reason why the main antagonist of VideoGame/FreedomPlanet2, Merga, broke free from her crystal prison, due to the fact that [[spoiler:the Kingdom Stone was destroyed in the process of his defeat]].



** Sean Prescott, Arcadia Bay's resident CorruptCorporateExecutive and land shark, manages the dubious honor of being the most loathsome member of the cast [[TheGhost despite never actually making a physical appearance]]. He's a thoroughly amoral billionaire who is deliberately ruining the town's economy to line his own pockets and buy up all the real estate cheap, has the police and the high school thoroughly bribed, relentlessly psychologically abused his son Nathan to the point the kid had a psychotic breakdown, and if that wasn't bad enough, he's eventually revealed to be bankrolling the game's direct villain, [[spoiler:Mark Jefferson]], though it's never made precisely clear if Prescott knew just ''what'' his money was being used for. He finally puts in a personal appearance in [[Videogame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm the prequel]], and he's exactly as bad as advertised.
** The aforementioned [[spoiler: Mark Jefferson]] counts for this trope as well. He's the only on-screen character in the game to have no redeeming or sympathetic qualities whatsoever and his crimes include [[spoiler: drugging, kidnapping and photographing innocent teenage girls, manipulating the mentally ill Nathan to assist him in his crimes, and killing Chloe right in front of Max.]]

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** [[GreaterScopeVillain Sean Prescott, Prescott]], Arcadia Bay's resident CorruptCorporateExecutive and land shark, manages the dubious honor of being the most loathsome member of the cast [[TheGhost despite never actually making a physical appearance]]. He's a thoroughly amoral billionaire who is deliberately ruining the town's economy to line his own pockets and buy up all the real estate cheap, has the police and the high school thoroughly bribed, relentlessly [[FreudianExcuse psychologically abused abused]] [[AbusiveParents his son Nathan son]] [[BigBad Nathan]] to the point the kid had a psychotic breakdown, and if that wasn't bad enough, he's eventually revealed to be bankrolling [[spoiler:bankrolling the game's [[ManBehindTheMan true]] direct villain, [[spoiler:Mark Jefferson]], Mark Jefferson, though it's never made precisely clear if Prescott knew just ''what'' his money was being used for.for]]. He finally puts in a personal appearance in [[Videogame/LifeIsStrangeBeforeTheStorm the prequel]], and he's exactly as bad as advertised.
** The [[spoiler:The aforementioned [[spoiler: Mark Jefferson]] Jefferson, once he is revealed as the villain after four episodes of [[BitchInSheepsClothing looking like a good guy]],]] counts for this trope as well. He's well, as the only on-screen character in the game to have no redeeming or sympathetic qualities whatsoever and his whatsoever, who’s crimes include [[spoiler: drugging, [[spoiler:drugging, kidnapping and photographing innocent teenage girls, manipulating the mentally ill Nathan to assist him in his crimes, and killing Chloe right in front of Max.]]Max]]. Compared to both Sean and [[spoiler:Mark]], Nathan is not so bad.



* The VideoGame/ProfessorLayton games tend to be lighthearted, with nearly every character, even the BigBad of each game usually having some sympathetic qualities. However, they'll throw in the rare character you just can't help but find hate-worthy:
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheUnwoundFuture Unwound Future]] has two [[BigBad villains]], [[spoiler: Future Luke/Clive and Dimitri Allen]] but both have ''very'' tragic backstories that make them not worthy of this trope. However, it is easy to hate [[GreaterScopeVillain the source of their miseries]], [[CorruptPolitician Prime Minister Bill Hawks]]. [[spoiler: Initially an associate of Dimitri's, he ends up being too ambitious for his own good and insists on testing the time machine despite being warned about it. This ends up fatal, as it causes an explosion which kills several people, chief among them being Clive's parents and Layton's sweetheart/Allen's crush, Claire. Hawks however (unfortunately) survived and used the incident as a means to become Prime Minister, while the former's deaths would end up becoming the [[StartofDarkness beginning of the path to evil for Clive and Dimitri]], who'd conspire to kidnap him. This escalated into London being nearly razed to the ground thanks to Clive's machinations. And yet even after being rescued by Layton and co. [[NeverMyFault he never once showed remorse]] for his actions and wound up [[KarmaHoudini getting away with everything in the end]]]].
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheLastSpecter Last Specter]] meanwhile has Misthallery's [[DirtyCop Police Chief Jakes]]. A FatBastard of the highest order, he's supposedly a talented officer whose "Third Eye" allows him to peg the criminal of any case, but as it turns out is nothing more than a ManipulativeBastard who uses his men to force a confession out of anyone he doesn't like. He even goes so far as to threaten Layton and crew, even sending his men to attack them. And yes, [[WouldHurtaChild that includes]] the mayor's son Luke. Oh, and he happens to be in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: Jean Descole]] who conspired with Jakes to capture the supposed spectre [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Loosha]] and [[TheScapegoat get her executed in front of the whole town]]. Thankfully the professor exposes his lies and he loses his power and respect by the end of the game.

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* The VideoGame/ProfessorLayton games tend to be lighthearted, with nearly every character, even the BigBad of each game game, usually having [[AntiVillain some sympathetic qualities.qualities]]. However, they'll throw in the rare character you just can't help but find hate-worthy:
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheUnwoundFuture Unwound Future]] has [[BigBadDuumvirate two [[BigBad villains]], [[spoiler: Future Luke/Clive and Dimitri Allen]] but both have ''very'' tragic backstories that make them not worthy of this trope. rather sympathetic. However, it is easy to hate [[GreaterScopeVillain the source of their miseries]], [[CorruptPolitician [[spoiler:[[CorruptPolitician Prime Minister Bill Hawks]]. [[spoiler: Initially an associate of Dimitri's, he ends up being too ambitious for his own good and insists on testing the time machine despite being warned about it. This ends up fatal, as it causes an explosion which kills several people, chief among them being Clive's parents and Layton's sweetheart/Allen's crush, Claire. Hawks however (unfortunately) survived and used the incident as a means to become Prime Minister, while the former's deaths would end up becoming the [[StartofDarkness beginning of the path to evil for Clive and Dimitri]], who'd conspire to kidnap him. This escalated into London being nearly razed to the ground thanks to Clive's machinations. And yet even after being rescued by Layton and co. [[NeverMyFault he never once showed remorse]] for his actions and wound up [[KarmaHoudini getting away with everything in the end]]]].
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheLastSpecter Last Specter]] meanwhile Specter]], meanwhile, has Misthallery's [[DirtyCop Police Chief Jakes]]. A FatBastard of the highest order, he's supposedly a talented officer whose "Third Eye" allows him to peg the criminal of any case, but as it turns out is nothing more than a ManipulativeBastard who uses his men to force a confession out of anyone he doesn't like. He even goes so far as to threaten Layton and crew, even sending his men to attack them. And yes, [[WouldHurtaChild that includes]] the mayor's son Luke. Oh, and he He happens to be in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: Jean Descole]] who conspired with Jakes to capture the supposed spectre [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Loosha]] and [[TheScapegoat get her executed in front of the whole town]].town]] (and even [[spoiler:Jean]] winds up looking not so bad next to him). Thankfully the professor exposes his lies and he loses his power and respect by the end of the game.


** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheLastSpecter Last Specter]] meanwhile has Misthallery's [[DirtyCop Police Chief Jakes]]. A FatBastard of the highest order, he's supposedly a talented officer whose "Third Eye" allows him to peg the criminal of any case, but as it turns out is nothing more than a ManipulativeBastard who uses his men to force a confession out of anyone he doesn't like. He even goes so far as to threaten Layton and crew, even sending his men to attack them. And yes, [[WouldHurtaChild that includes]] the mayor's son Luke. Oh, and he happens to be in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: Jean Descole]] who conspired with Jakes to capture the supposed spectre [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Loosha]] and [[TheScapegoat get her executed in front of the whole town]]. Thankfully the professor exposes his lies and he loses his power and respect by the end of the game.

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** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheLastSpecter Last Specter]] meanwhile has Misthallery's [[DirtyCop Police Chief Jakes]]. A FatBastard of the highest order, he's supposedly a talented officer whose "Third Eye" allows him to peg the criminal of any case, but as it turns out is nothing more than a ManipulativeBastard who uses his men to force a confession out of anyone he doesn't like. He even goes so far as to threaten Layton and crew, even sending his men to attack them. And yes, [[WouldHurtaChild that includes]] the mayor's son Luke. Oh, and he happens to be in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: Jean Descole]] who conspired with Jakes to capture the supposed spectre [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Loosha]] and [[TheScapegoat get her executed in front of the whole town]]. Thankfully the professor exposes his lies and he loses his power and respect by the end of the game.game.
* ''VideoGame/FarawayStory'': The [[SinisterMinister unnamed Armonican priest]] is devoid of the sympathetic and entertaining qualities found in the game's other villains, and is instead characterized by his [[FeelingOppressedByTheirExistence hatred and paranoia of non-Armonicans]]. He claims to be a pious clergyman, yet he displays his [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocrisy]] by ignoring Gran's teachings of generosity, as shown when he both refuses to help a dying outsider and threatens to punish Stella for helping. He gets worse when he frames Ellevark for trespassing on Armonica Cathedral's roof and orders his soldiers to shoot both Ellevark and Stella with poison arrows, killing Stella and traumatizing Ellevark into fearing interactions with humans. Eventually, his deplorable actions [[EvenEvilHasStandards cause one of his subordinates to poison him]] as a form of karma.

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* ''VideoGame/TonyHawksUnderground'' gives us Eric Sparrow, your [[WithFriendsLikeThese supposed friend]] who has a habit of betraying the main character just to go big as pro, even going as far to edit the big jump over the helicopter in Hawaii the protagonist attempted to make it look as if ''Eric'' was the one who did the big jump. On top of that, when he does make it as pro, he cares more about the money than the actual fun and skills as a skater and still acts as if he's a God of skating. [[spoiler:It says a lot when the game's AlternativeEnding has you punch his lights out instead of accepting his challenge.]]


** Sakon from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'': Every other villain has a sympathetic origin, or a PetTheDog moment, or a bit of nuance; even Majora has a moment. Not Sakon, he's just a cowardly thief who screws over others for his own gain, from innocent old ladies to young couples in love.

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** Sakon from ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaMajorasMask Majora's Mask]]'': Every other villain has a sympathetic origin, or a PetTheDog moment, or a bit of nuance; even Majora has a moment.moment (and is too incomprehensible to hate). Not Sakon, he's just a cowardly thief who screws over others for his own gain, from innocent old ladies to young couples in love.



** The Yiga Clan from the ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'': Although Calamity Ganon is the Big Bad of the game, it is more of a force of nature rather than a character and the monsters it controls don't have any greater agenda beyond hunting and pillaging. As such, the fanatic Yiga Clan are the only enemies that players could truly hate, and they don't disappoint in that area [[spoiler: if you partake a Shrine Sidequest involving the Sheikah Dorian. As it turns out, the Yiga Clan murdered Dorian's wife and threatened to do the same to his daughters, Koko and Cottla, if he doesn't give up information about Link and Kakariko Village. The loss of Dorian's wife left emotional scars on the two daughters, and they would have lost their father as well had Link not given the Yiga executioner a well-deserved ass-kicking.]]

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** The Yiga Clan from the ''[[VideoGame/TheLegendOfZeldaBreathOfTheWild Breath of the Wild]]'': Although Calamity Ganon is the Big Bad of the game, it is more of a force of nature rather than a character and the monsters it controls don't have any greater agenda beyond hunting and pillaging. As such, the fanatic Yiga Clan are the only enemies that players could truly hate, and they don't disappoint in that area [[spoiler: if [[spoiler:if you partake a Shrine Sidequest involving the Sheikah Dorian. As it turns out, the Yiga Clan murdered Dorian's wife and threatened to do the same to his daughters, Koko and Cottla, if he doesn't give up information about Link and Kakariko Village. The loss of Dorian's wife left emotional scars on the two daughters, and they would have lost their father as well had Link not given the Yiga executioner a well-deserved ass-kicking.]]



** Myron in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' is Black Isle's attempt to build the worst human being imaginable. A perverted, snotty teenager, he's uglier than most Ghouls and [[MostAnnoyingSound has a grating, whiny voice]]. He invented Jet, one of the worst drugs in the series, solely because a crime boss asked him to. You can ''recruit'' this little toad, but aside from some minor skills at making chems, [[TheLoad he's worthless]] - he can't fight at all and whines like a toddler if he's hurt. It's the rare player who lets Myron breathe for more than a few seconds after meeting him. [[spoiler:The ending goes out of its way, should Myron somehow survive, to note that [[KarmicDeath he was murdered by a Jet addict and instantly forgotten by the world]].]] Furthermore, retcons in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' have Jet being supplied to [[ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere Vault 95]] before the Great War, showing that ultimately, Myron is just a shining example of SmallNameBigEgo, as Jet wasn't even his real creation, and he just copied it from some Pre-War sources and claimed it as his own, meaning that even ''that'' achievement isn't really his, further showing how unlikable and obnoxious he is.

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** Myron in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 2}}'' is Black Isle's attempt to build the worst human being imaginable. A perverted, snotty teenager, he's uglier than most Ghouls and [[MostAnnoyingSound has a grating, whiny voice]]. He invented Jet, one of the worst drugs in the series, solely because a crime boss asked him to. You can ''recruit'' this little toad, but aside from some minor skills at making chems, [[TheLoad he's worthless]] - he can't fight at all and whines like a toddler if he's hurt. It's the rare player who lets Myron breathe for more than a few seconds after meeting him.him, even if doing so gets them branded a [[VideoGameCrueltyPunishment Childkiller]]. [[spoiler:The ending goes out of its way, should Myron somehow survive, to note that [[KarmicDeath he was murdered by a Jet addict and instantly forgotten by the world]].]] Furthermore, retcons in ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' have Jet being supplied to [[ColdTurkeysAreEverywhere Vault 95]] before the Great War, showing that ultimately, Myron is just a shining example of SmallNameBigEgo, as Jet wasn't even his real creation, and he just copied it from some Pre-War sources and claimed it as his own, meaning that even ''that'' achievement isn't really his, further showing how unlikable and obnoxious he is.


** Coming ''[[VideoGame/{{WolfensteinIITheNewColossus}} The New Colossus]]'', we get introduced to [[AbusiveParents B.J's father Rip]] who manages to be most despicable person in series filled with Nazis. An awful and [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain racist]] man, he would often take out his anger by physically abusing young B.J. [[KickTheDog even going so far to force him to kill his own dog]], [[DisproportionateRetribution all because B.J. was making friends with Black girl]]. He is nasty to everyone, including his wife Sofia due her being Jewish ([[GoldDigger and the only reason he married her was for money and status]]). He is also hated In-Universe for his smug behavior and conning people's money. However, some of the B.J.'s monologues and flashbacks suggest that Rip does [[PetTheDog has his own moments]] (if you can count one where he helps young B.J. to overcome his fears of basement monsters), so maybe he wasn't always like that, right? [[spoiler:To drop any possible ideas of Rip redeeming himself and/or undergoing a HeelFaceTurn, when B.J. finally reunites with his father, he finds out that Rip sold out B.J.'s mom to Nazis for money ([[DirtyCoward and probably to save his own skin]]) and that he is also helping [[BigBad Frau Engel]] to capture/kill his son. Nevertheless, this proves to be last straw for B.J., and he kills his assholish father in retribution, much to audience's satisfaction.]]

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** Coming ''[[VideoGame/{{WolfensteinIITheNewColossus}} The New Colossus]]'', we get introduced to [[AbusiveParents B.J's father Rip]] Rip]], who manages to be the most despicable person in a series filled with Nazis. An awful and [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain racist]] man, he would often take out his anger by physically abusing young B.J. [[KickTheDog even going so far to force him to kill his own dog]], [[DisproportionateRetribution all because B.J. was making had made friends with Black a black girl]]. He is nasty to everyone, including his wife Sofia due to her being Jewish ([[GoldDigger and the only reason he married her was for money and status]]). He is also hated In-Universe for his smug behavior and conning people's people out of their money. However, some of the B.J.'s monologues and flashbacks suggest that Rip does [[PetTheDog has his own moments]] (if you can count one where he helps young B.J. to overcome his fears of basement monsters), so maybe he wasn't always like that, right? [[spoiler:To drop any possible ideas of Rip redeeming himself and/or undergoing a HeelFaceTurn, when B.J. finally reunites with his father, he finds out that Rip sold out B.J.'s mom to the Nazis for money ([[DirtyCoward and probably to save his own skin]]) and that he is also helping [[BigBad Frau Engel]] to capture/kill his son. Nevertheless, this proves to be last straw for B.J., and he kills his assholish father in retribution, much to audience's satisfaction.]]


* ComicBook/TheJoker gets saddled with this role in the narrative of ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' and [[VideoGame/Injustice2 its sequel]] — the version from the Injustice-verse itself, at least. While there are many active villains in ''Injustice'' and very few of them have all-the-way sympathetic motivations, the entire cast sees him as evil incarnate, and those who don't hate him for Metropolis still hate him on general principle. In the backstory for the first game and further detailed in the prequel tie-in comics, he is shown crossing the MoralEventHorizon in-universe by causing [[FallenHero Superman's]] StartOfDarkness by tricking him into killing his wife Lois Lane and destroying Metropolis with a nuke wired to her heart, then invoking a StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred on the poor man that set him on the path to becoming a tyrant, all because he thought [[ItAmusedMe it was funny]]. As such, he's also indirectly responsible for [[WeUsedToBeFriends making arch-enemies in Superman and Batman]], [[BreakingTheFellowship the Justice League]] [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen falling apart]], the [[SacrificialLion deaths of many]] who died fighting the Regime, and worst of all, turning the Injustice-verse into a CrapsackWorld. More to the point, while the baddies stick to their agendas, they get mad at being compared to a monster that did everything ForTheEvulz. Joker's death goes [[AssholeVictim largely unmourned]], everyone is [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing actively happy to be rid of him]] in the prequel comics, and even Harley Quinn [[HeelFaceTurn becomes tired]] of him and refuses to partake in his antics any longer. Compared to the other villains, his EvilIsCool [[LaughablyEvil qualities]] are heavily downplayed, and his StrawNihilist tendencies are contrasted with the Regime's WellIntentionedExtremist nature and the Society's plans to conquer the world. The Joker's lone redeeming quality — attempts at BlackComedy — [[DeconstructedTrope is also often used to call attention]] to the psychotic brute he truly is. In particular, while Superman does terrible things, he is portrayed as a TragicVillain due to the losses he suffered before becoming a bad guy, and as such, [[SympatheticMurderer his killing of the Joker is always played for maximum pathos]].

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* ComicBook/TheJoker gets saddled with this role in the narrative of ''VideoGame/InjusticeGodsAmongUs'' and [[VideoGame/Injustice2 its sequel]] — the version from the Injustice-verse itself, at least. While there are many active villains in ''Injustice'' and very few of them have all-the-way sympathetic motivations, the entire cast sees him as evil incarnate, and those who don't hate him for Metropolis still hate him on general principle. In the backstory for the first game and further detailed in the prequel tie-in comics, he is shown crossing the MoralEventHorizon in-universe by causing [[FallenHero Superman's]] StartOfDarkness by tricking him into killing his wife Lois Lane and destroying Metropolis with a nuke wired to her heart, then invoking a StrikeMeDownWithAllOfYourHatred on the poor man that set him on the path to becoming a tyrant, all because he thought [[ItAmusedMe it was funny]]. As such, he's also indirectly responsible for [[WeUsedToBeFriends making arch-enemies in Superman and Batman]], [[BreakingTheFellowship the Justice League]] [[HowTheMightyHaveFallen falling apart]], the [[SacrificialLion deaths of many]] who died fighting the Regime, and worst of all, turning the Injustice-verse into a CrapsackWorld. More to the point, while the baddies stick to their agendas, they get mad at being compared to a monster that did everything ForTheEvulz. Joker's death goes [[AssholeVictim largely unmourned]], everyone is [[AndThereWasMuchRejoicing actively happy to be rid of him]] in the prequel comics, and even Harley Quinn [[HeelFaceTurn becomes tired]] of him and refuses to partake in his antics any longer. Compared to the other villains, his EvilIsCool [[LaughablyEvil qualities]] are heavily downplayed, and his StrawNihilist tendencies are contrasted with the Regime's WellIntentionedExtremist nature and the Society's plans other villains' (Superman's Regime, Gorilla Grodd's Society, Ra's al Ghul's League of Assassins, Brainiac, Darkseid, etc.) MO to conquer dominate the world. The Joker's lone redeeming quality — attempts at BlackComedy — [[DeconstructedTrope is also often used to call attention]] to the psychotic brute he truly is. In particular, while Superman does terrible things, he is portrayed as a TragicVillain due to the losses he suffered before becoming a bad guy, and as such, [[SympatheticMurderer his killing of the Joker is always played for maximum pathos]].


** [[DastardlyWhiplash Jeremiah Fink]] from [[VideoGame/BioShockInfinite the third game]] is a CorruptCorporateExecutive who keeps the economic wheels of Columbia turning. He's insufferably condescending, shamelessly narcissistic, [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain extremely racist]], and [[SmugSnake not nearly as clever or cool as he'd like to believe]]. He abuses his workers, keeping them toiling in conditions of virtual slavery (giving them 16-hour workdays with no sick leave and lunch breaks, paying them in scrip than can only be spent at his company stores, forcing them to live in ghettoes near his factories, etc.), all the while justifying his heinous actions with [[InsaneTrollLogic rhetoric that makes sense only to him]]. His only remotely redeeming qualities seem to be [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes his genuine love for his brother and son]], but even then, it's not given much focus and any good features the man might have had have long been drowned out by his {{greed}} and {{pride}}.

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** [[DastardlyWhiplash Jeremiah Fink]] from [[VideoGame/BioShockInfinite the third game]] is a CorruptCorporateExecutive who keeps the economic wheels of Columbia turning. He's insufferably condescending, shamelessly narcissistic, [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain extremely racist]], and [[SmugSnake not nearly as clever or cool as he'd like to believe]]. He abuses his workers, keeping them toiling in conditions of virtual slavery (giving them 16-hour workdays with no sick leave and lunch breaks, paying them in scrip than can only be spent at his company stores, forcing them to live in ghettoes near his factories, etc.), all the while justifying his heinous actions with [[InsaneTrollLogic rhetoric that makes sense only to him]]. His only remotely redeeming qualities seem to be [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes his genuine love for his brother and son]], but even then, it's not given much focus and any good features the man might have had have long been drowned out by his {{greed}} and {{pride}}.{{pride}}.
* The VideoGame/ProfessorLayton games tend to be lighthearted, with nearly every character, even the BigBad of each game usually having some sympathetic qualities. However, they'll throw in the rare character you just can't help but find hate-worthy:
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheUnwoundFuture Unwound Future]] has two [[BigBad villains]], [[spoiler: Future Luke/Clive and Dimitri Allen]] but both have ''very'' tragic backstories that make them not worthy of this trope. However, it is easy to hate [[GreaterScopeVillain the source of their miseries]], [[CorruptPolitician Prime Minister Bill Hawks]]. [[spoiler: Initially an associate of Dimitri's, he ends up being too ambitious for his own good and insists on testing the time machine despite being warned about it. This ends up fatal, as it causes an explosion which kills several people, chief among them being Clive's parents and Layton's sweetheart/Allen's crush, Claire. Hawks however (unfortunately) survived and used the incident as a means to become Prime Minister, while the former's deaths would end up becoming the [[StartofDarkness beginning of the path to evil for Clive and Dimitri]], who'd conspire to kidnap him. This escalated into London being nearly razed to the ground thanks to Clive's machinations. And yet even after being rescued by Layton and co. [[NeverMyFault he never once showed remorse]] for his actions and wound up [[KarmaHoudini getting away with everything in the end]]]].
** [[VideoGame/ProfessorLaytonAndtheLastSpecter Last Specter]] meanwhile has Misthallery's [[DirtyCop Police Chief Jakes]]. A FatBastard of the highest order, he's supposedly a talented officer whose "Third Eye" allows him to peg the criminal of any case, but as it turns out is nothing more than a ManipulativeBastard who uses his men to force a confession out of anyone he doesn't like. He even goes so far as to threaten Layton and crew, even sending his men to attack them. And yes, [[WouldHurtaChild that includes]] the mayor's son Luke. Oh, and he happens to be in league with the BigBad [[spoiler: Jean Descole]] who conspired with Jakes to capture the supposed spectre [[RidiculouslyCuteCritter Loosha]] and [[TheScapegoat get her executed in front of the whole town]]. Thankfully the professor exposes his lies and he loses his power and respect by the end of the game.


** [[Videogame/DarkSoulsIII The third game]] gives us Aldrich and Pontiff Sulyvahn, both of whom, for a first are major bosses rather than [=NPCs=]. The former for his sadistic gluttony while the latter for his usurpation of various kingdoms and aiding the former in his devouring of gods. Unlike most bosses in the trilogy, whom are known for having a tragic backstory, both of these bosses are aware of their crimes and take great pleasure in them.

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** [[Videogame/DarkSoulsIII The third game]] gives us Aldrich and Pontiff Sulyvahn, both of whom, for a first first, are major bosses rather than [=NPCs=]. The former for his sadistic gluttony while the latter for his usurpation of various kingdoms and aiding the former in his devouring of gods. Unlike most While many ''Dark Souls'' bosses in the trilogy, whom are known for having a sympathetic figures with tragic backstory, both of these bosses backstories, Aldrich and Sulyvahn are aware of their crimes and take great pleasure in them.


* While previous villains in the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise were either sympathetic or fell under the LoveToHate category, Dr. Weil from the ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' series is one of the most despicable villains thus far, even one-upping [[VideoGame/MegaManX Sigma]] (who had nearly destroyed the entire world in a ColonyDrop just to try and restore Zero to his original murderous self and awaken his true potential) in his list of atrocities, and acting on nothing but petty revenge for a punishment he justly deserved and a desire to see all of human and reploidkind alike suffer under his rule. Players see the moment at the end of ''Zero 4'' when they finally get to take him out to be one of the most satisfying in the franchise, [[spoiler: even if it does cost Zero his life, and even if Weil's death [[VideoGame/MegaManZX doesn't completely stick.]]]]

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* While previous villains in the ''VideoGame/MegaMan'' franchise were either sympathetic or fell under the LoveToHate category, Dr. Weil from the ''VideoGame/MegaManZero'' series is one of the most despicable villains thus far, even one-upping [[VideoGame/MegaManX Sigma]] (who had nearly destroyed the entire world in a ColonyDrop just to try and restore Zero to his original murderous self and awaken his true potential) in his list of atrocities, and acting on nothing but petty revenge for a punishment he justly deserved and a desire to see all of human and reploidkind alike suffer under his rule. Players see the moment at the end of ''Zero 4'' when they finally get to take him out to be one of the most satisfying in the franchise, [[spoiler: even if it does cost Zero his life, and even if Weil's death [[VideoGame/MegaManZX doesn't completely stick.]]]]]]]]
* The ''VideoGame/BioShock'' series has no shortage of evil characters. However, even the most depraved antagonists tend to avoid this trope and fall squarely into EvilIsCool, LaughablyEvil, MagnificentBastard, or CryForTheDevil territory. The same cannot be said for these specific characters:
** [[MorallyAmbiguousDoctorate Dr. Yi Suchong]] from [[VideoGame/BioShock1 the first game]] is a despicably immoral MadDoctor who [[ForScience performs horrific experiments on human test subjects with no remorse for their suffering]]. Unlike fellow MadDoctor J.S. Steinman, who is loudly enthusiastic about his work, Suchong shows nothing but cold indifference to the pain and anguish others suffer because of his actions, and [[CardCarryingVillain he explicitly says that he neither knows nor cares what a conscience is]]. He worked with [[spoiler: BigBad Frank Fontaine]] to make [[spoiler: the PlayerCharacter, Jack, a LaserGuidedTykebomb from birth]], testing his mental conditioning of the young man by [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals forcing him to kill a puppy]]. He later [[WouldHurtAChild slaps a Little Sister]] just for getting in his way -- only to suffer an ''immensely'' satisfying KarmicDeath immediately afterwards.
** Stanley Poole from [[VideoGame/BioShock2 the second game]] is a smug, sleazy JerkAss who has [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder a nasty habit of betraying people who help him]]. He infiltrates Dionysus Park on the orders of Andrew Ryan, only to join Sophia Lamb's cult just to further his own goals. He [[TheStoolPigeon rats out Lamb to the authorities]] and has her imprisoned so he could have the run of the Park. He then proceeds to blow all of Lamb's money on [[HookersAndBlow lavish parties full of sex and drugs]]. When Lamb unexpectedly escapes from custody, Poole panics, because he doesn't want her to know what he did. To that end, he has Lamb's daughter, Eleanor, sent away to become a Little Sister (essentially damning her to a life of human experimentation and slavery) and [[KillEmAll floods Dionysus Park, killing everyone inside]] [[HeKnowsTooMuch just to keep his misdeeds under wraps]]. At some point during all this, Poole also had enigmatic folk hero Johnny Topside turned over to the authorities and had the man forcibly converted into the Big Daddy who would be known as Subject Delta, the PlayerCharacter. Poole keeps this information secret from you as he tasks you with finding and eliminating the Little Sisters, the last people who would know about what he did. When you find out the truth about Poole's doings and go to confront him, he [[DirtyCoward pathetically begs for his life]].
** [[DastardlyWhiplash Jeremiah Fink]] from [[VideoGame/BioShockInfinite the third game]] is a CorruptCorporateExecutive who keeps the economic wheels of Columbia turning. He's insufferably condescending, shamelessly narcissistic, [[PoliticallyIncorrectVillain extremely racist]], and [[SmugSnake not nearly as clever or cool as he'd like to believe]]. He abuses his workers, keeping them toiling in conditions of virtual slavery (giving them 16-hour workdays with no sick leave and lunch breaks, paying them in scrip than can only be spent at his company stores, forcing them to live in ghettoes near his factories, etc.), all the while justifying his heinous actions with [[InsaneTrollLogic rhetoric that makes sense only to him]]. His only remotely redeeming qualities seem to be [[EvenEvilHasLovedOnes his genuine love for his brother and son]], but even then, it's not given much focus and any good features the man might have had have long been drowned out by his {{greed}} and {{pride}}.


* ''VideoGame/CaveStory'': The Doctor. His plans plans involve kidnapping, [[ColdBloodedTorture torturing]], and brainwashing the cute and cuddly Mimiga into an army he'll send against the surface. He's described as "like a demon" by the supporting characters, and given how his evil plan involves inflicting Nazi-style vivisection and genocide against little rabbit creatures, that's an incredible understatement.

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* ''VideoGame/CaveStory'': The BigBad, The Doctor. His plans plans involve kidnapping, [[ColdBloodedTorture torturing]], and brainwashing the cute and cuddly Mimiga into an army he'll send against the surface. He's described as "like a demon" by the supporting characters, and given how his evil plan involves inflicting Nazi-style vivisection and genocide against little rabbit creatures, that's an incredible understatement. The TrueFinalBoss, [[spoiler:Ballos]], despite being the GreaterScopeVillain as [[spoiler:the one who created the Demon Crown in the first place]], comes off a great deal more sympathetic.

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** ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' has Dr. Eggman's [[TheDragon Dragon]], Infinite. He is a [[PsychopathicManchild deranged and immature]] [[TheSadist sadist]] who seems cool, but proves himself to be nothing more than a [[TheBully bully]]. [[spoiler:He isn't even competent enough to keep the fight up, removing what may have been his only likable quality: his [[EvilIsCool cool factor]]]].

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** ''VideoGame/SonicForces'' has Dr. Eggman's [[TheDragon Dragon]], Infinite. He is a [[PsychopathicManchild deranged and immature]] [[TheSadist sadist]] {{Sadist}} who seems cool, but proves himself to be nothing more than a [[TheBully bully]].bully]] who enjoys murdering people just to show off his strength [[spoiler:after Shadow the Hedgehog [[EvilIsPetty bruised his ego by easily overpowering him and calling him weak]]]]. [[spoiler:He isn't even competent enough to keep the fight up, removing what may have been his only likable quality: his [[EvilIsCool cool factor]]]].


** Speaking of Starcraft, Arcturus Mengsk went from a seemingly admirable MagnificentBastard into this trope. At first introduced as a charming RebelLeader who fought the oppressive Confederacy, he quickly starts showing signs of HeWhoFightsMonsters as he started to become more and more ruthless and even sacrificed Kerrigan willy-nilly to the Zerg just to consolidate his power. But over time, new galactic threats were introduced, including the Zerg's leader Overmind, Kerrigan herself and eventually Amon, all of them actually are more phenomenally more powerful than him. And even Arcturus himself often found himself outwitted with new threats such as the UED. However, he's the one that happens to have the longer staying power, so the players come to witness him pull off a lot more [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocritical stunts]] like adapting the old Confederacy's tyrannical ways and makes it worse (hence making all his past inspirational speeches and rally to free Korhal from the Confederacy a complete sham), not caring if his more upstanding son Valerian dies in his schemes, and is chiefly known as a way to show that it was his sociopathic way of life that turned Kerrigan infested and had her kill many innocents ruthlessly, and all he did, it was only for a selfish bid of hoarding power all for himself. He's not a galactic monster and universal threats like the Overmind or Amon, but if there's one character most will hate as intended, it'd be Arcturus Mengsk, as if Blizzard wanted to make a point that he's even less sympathetic than one called 'Queen Bitch of the Universe', they probably succeeded.

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** Speaking of Starcraft, Arcturus Mengsk went from a seemingly admirable MagnificentBastard ManipulativeBastard into this trope. At first introduced as a charming RebelLeader who fought the oppressive Confederacy, he quickly starts showing signs of HeWhoFightsMonsters as he started to become more and more ruthless and even sacrificed Kerrigan willy-nilly to the Zerg just to consolidate his power. But over time, new galactic threats were introduced, including the Zerg's leader Overmind, Kerrigan herself and eventually Amon, all of them actually are more phenomenally more powerful than him. And even Arcturus himself often found himself outwitted with new threats such as the UED. However, he's the one that happens to have the longer staying power, so the players come to witness him pull off a lot more [[{{Hypocrite}} hypocritical stunts]] like adapting the old Confederacy's tyrannical ways and makes it worse (hence making all his past inspirational speeches and rally to free Korhal from the Confederacy a complete sham), not caring if his more upstanding son Valerian dies in his schemes, and is chiefly known as a way to show that it was his sociopathic way of life that turned Kerrigan infested and had her kill many innocents ruthlessly, and all he did, it was only for a selfish bid of hoarding power all for himself. He's not a galactic monster and universal threats like the Overmind or Amon, but if there's one character most will hate as intended, it'd be Arcturus Mengsk, as if Blizzard wanted to make a point that he's even less sympathetic than one called 'Queen Bitch of the Universe', they probably succeeded.



* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' runs on HiddenDepths and GreyAndGreyMorality, so there are unsurprisingly very few truly reprehensible characters. Most antagonists/culprits are [[SympatheticMurderer forced to kill]] by the DeadlyGame, and may bolster a FreudianExcuse or the odd [[PetTheDog sympathetic quality]]. Even the genuine psychos are [[EvilIsCool too cool]] [[LoveToHate to really hate]]- for instance, series BigBad Monokuma, despite being a HopeCrusher [[spoiler:and [[TheMole infiltrating]] the party as [[TrueSelf Junko]] only to betray them, and being the one who ruined the world, among other things]], is a LaughablyEvil and charismatic MagnificentBastard [[spoiler:and actually a CuteAndPsycho [[TheFashionista fashionista]]]]. There are a few villains who are just meant to be hated, however:

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* ''Franchise/DanganRonpa'' runs on HiddenDepths and GreyAndGreyMorality, so there are unsurprisingly very few truly reprehensible characters. Most antagonists/culprits are [[SympatheticMurderer forced to kill]] by the DeadlyGame, and may bolster a FreudianExcuse or the odd [[PetTheDog sympathetic quality]]. Even the genuine psychos are [[EvilIsCool too cool]] [[LoveToHate to really hate]]- for instance, series BigBad Monokuma, despite being a HopeCrusher [[spoiler:and [[TheMole infiltrating]] the party as [[TrueSelf Junko]] only to betray them, and being the one who ruined the world, among other things]], is a LaughablyEvil and charismatic MagnificentBastard ManipulativeBastard [[spoiler:and actually a CuteAndPsycho [[TheFashionista fashionista]]]]. There are a few villains who are just meant to be hated, however:



** [[DeadlyDoctor Deathshead]] in ''[[VideoGame/{{WolfensteinTheNewOrder}} The New Order]]'' is shown to be more monstrous compared to [[AffablyEvil his Affably Evilness]] in previous games, taking joys in kicking dogs at every moment he gets to. However, thanks to [[CreepyAwesome chilling performance]] by [[Creator/DwightSchultz Dwilight Schultz]] and his [[MagnificentBastard Magnificent Bastard]] behaviour and hamminess, and the fact he ruthlessly crushes Ally forces in the beginning of the game and nearly succeeds in killing off B.J. in their final battle, Deathshead instead became a classic [[LoveToHate Love To Hate]] example. But that cannot be said for his adopted son [[StarterVillain Friedrich Keller]], a [[FrenchJerk French Jerk]] who sold out his biological parents and French resistance to Nazis as a kid all because of [[AbusiveParents his parents issues]]. He has his men (on Deathshead's orders) massacre entire asylum along Anja's parents killed when they try to stop it. It's also implied that he would probably rape Anja if B.J. hadn't woke up from coma just in time. And unlike Deathshead, he is also a [[DirtyCoward Dirty Coward]] who attempts to run off when he sees B.J. kicking off Nazis asses. It's pretty satisfiying to watch him shitting himself when B.J. interrogates him ''with the chainsaw'', but Keller decides to be a dumb enough to insult B.J. for final time. [[OffWithHisHead And you can already guess how ended out for him.]]

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** [[DeadlyDoctor Deathshead]] in ''[[VideoGame/{{WolfensteinTheNewOrder}} The New Order]]'' is shown to be more monstrous compared to [[AffablyEvil his Affably Evilness]] in previous games, taking joys in kicking dogs at every moment he gets to. However, thanks to [[CreepyAwesome chilling performance]] by [[Creator/DwightSchultz Dwilight Schultz]] and his [[MagnificentBastard Magnificent Bastard]] LoveToHate behaviour and hamminess, and the fact he ruthlessly crushes Ally forces in the beginning of the game and nearly succeeds in killing off B.J. in their final battle, Deathshead instead became a classic [[LoveToHate Love To Hate]] example. But that cannot be said for his adopted son [[StarterVillain Friedrich Keller]], a [[FrenchJerk French Jerk]] who sold out his biological parents and French resistance to Nazis as a kid all because of [[AbusiveParents his parents issues]]. He has his men (on Deathshead's orders) massacre entire asylum along Anja's parents killed when they try to stop it. It's also implied that he would probably rape Anja if B.J. hadn't woke up from coma just in time. And unlike Deathshead, he is also a [[DirtyCoward Dirty Coward]] who attempts to run off when he sees B.J. kicking off Nazis asses. It's pretty satisfiying to watch him shitting himself when B.J. interrogates him ''with the chainsaw'', but Keller decides to be a dumb enough to insult B.J. for final time. [[OffWithHisHead And you can already guess how ended out for him.]]

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