The villains of the City of Titans verse. Work in progress.
The head of Scorpion, a villainess who emerged in the 1930s and has continued strong since.
Former superhero turned assassin for Scorpion.
- Arch-Enemy: Considers Anthem to be his most hated enemy, though she views him as just another villain.
- Cyborg: Has cybernetic enhancements, which allows him to hold his own against Anthem despite his disadvantage.
- Know When to Fold 'Em: He knew that fighting with Anthem wouldn't have ended well if continued too long, so he bolted the moment he had the chance.
- Nominal Hero: What he was before going villain. Anthem notes that he was once "nominally" a hero, which meant he wasn't exactly a shining paragon to begin with.
- Villainous Underdog: His fight against Anthem. She's a Flying Brick who is both stronger and faster than him, but he still manages to keep up until he realizes that escape is the better option.
Mad scientist and sorcerer.
The Black Roses
- Affably Evil: Like most classic mob types, they cultivate an image of being gentlemen and trying to maintain order in the underworld.
- Cyber Punk: A classy version, since they combine it with civilized Mafia aesthetics.
- Empowered Badass Normal: Invoked. They were pretty damn tough as normal mobsters, but realized there was no way to keep up without their own superpowered edge. Hence, their cybernetics.
- The Mafia: The result of an otherwise conventional crime family turning to any way of keeping up with superheroes.
- Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: Cyber Punk transhuman Sicilian mobsters.
Orlando Rossi / Father Omerta
- Anti-Villain: He genuinely thinks of himself as a Punch-Clock Villain who is protecting his people from worse monsters. He turns on the Black Roses when he realizes they only care about money.
- Big Bad: He's the primary force behind the attempts to frame the hero Topaz. Subverted, he's not the reason Topaz was brought to task in the first place.
- Framing the Guilty Party: What he thought he was doing with Topaz.
- HeelFace Turn: He eventually turns state witness out of disgust with the Black Roses and to stop a Dirty Cop.
Thomas "The Wash" Washington / Skullcharred
A former professional football player for Titan City who lost his career to Chaser. Returned as Skullcharred, leader of the Pyrebands.
- Atrocious Alias: It's noted by Lenny Alvarez that "Skullcharred" sounds more like a smoked fish than a supervillain.
- Drugs Are Bad: Lost everything to Chaser when he vomited flames on another player and caused the biggest scandal in decades. This has only exacerbated the state.
- From Nobody to Nightmare: From pro football player to supervillain.
- Playing with Fire: As you can expect from the leader of the Pyrebands, he's an extremely dangerous pyro.
The Five Dragons
The reclusive leader of the Five Dragons.
The deceased founder of the Five Dragons.
The Deadly 7
- Magnificent Seven Samurai: Inverted. They're seven unrepentant villains, as opposed to heroes.
- Super Strength: A strongman with a sadistic twist.
- Evil Genius: Once converted a broken pocket watch into a lethal trap.
- Power Copying: Possesses a form of mimicry.
- Pocket Dimension: Able to create void spaces.
- Ambiguously Human: Described as "a completely unknown entity that has the ability to physically become what you desire or wish for." It is not known if this being is human or something else.
Mysterious master of curses.
Deluge, Tyrant of the Waves
Villain who wants to kill all surface-dwellers.
Roboticist, engineer, scientist, madman.
A villain who collects cursed objects.
A bank robber.
Nikolaus the Bloodied
Creator of the Central Library, used it as a cache for his forbidden magic before being sealed by the Arcane Sentinels.
- Bad-Guy Bar: Runs one aptly named the Opal Room. Her powers ensures that the area remains a Truce Zone for conducting business in the criminal underworld.
- Born Lucky: She can manipulate luck. This is why she's the head of the Opal Room, where rival factions do business on her grounds. No one dares try to to break her rules, lest she make them accidentally kill themselves.
A professional thief and superpowered villain believed to be currently operating throughout Titan City.
SteedAn occultist connected to the Black Train.
Multi-platinum music group consisting of Horn Dog, Muscle Ripper, Tongue Lasher, Abyssal Depths, and Magic Fingers. They've taken the Titan City music scene by storm, though people wonder what kind of dark secret they harbor...
- Hero Killer: On top of presumably many others, he's responsible for the death of American Star, the first and greatest hero of the setting.
- Take That!: Very obviously representative of NC Soft closing down City of Heroes, with Hurricane Atlas representing the action by trying to destroy Titan City, killing American Star (the Statesman of the game), and forcing Atlas 33 to rebuild aka make Missing Worlds Media create City of Titans.