Best Villains of All Time


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Voldemort.

For all the stupid decisions the Author has him make so that Harry may actually somehow defeat him i nthe end, the bloody guy has contingency plans within contingency plans.

The guy is so unstoppable that despite the good guy's best efforts at stopping him wherever they may find him the guy still manages to come right back to life.

Also the things hes supposedly done before his death at the hands of the potter family and level of loyalty he instilled in his followers is admirable.

That the guy was an interestign villain enough to keep people interested for seven books is proof enough.


The Evil familiy of from Kill-La-Kill.

Satsuki starts out as a badass villain herself, full of unstoppable determination. A person of iron resolve.

And then the utterly depraved mother, completely given over to a mad agenda, so incredibly determined and methological in her pursuit of victory.


Y'know, to expand a bit, I really love Azula from Avatar: The Last Airbender. She's easily one of my very favorites. Brilliant, terrifying, quick, smooth, and totally insane. She's easily the most threatening foe the gang ever faces head-on, never losing a single fight thanks to a combination of cleverness, sheer skill, and ability to realize when it's time to pull out. She does have a somewhat sad story, but she never mopes about it. In fact, she laughs about it, even though it's clear there's real hurt there. Her breakdown in the end is glorious and terrible—a real masterpiece of sympathetic villainry.And she has Grey DeLisle voicing her!

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And I'm just gonna say, Wheately might not be as great as GLaDOS, but he's still awesome. He's one of the best examples I can think of of a "stupid" villain done right. Like GLaDOS, he's firmly in denial about many things—his intelligence (or lack thereof), his justifications, and his basic situation. And like GLaDOS, in the end, we still aren't quite sure how much of this is his fault. Is he really, truly sorry, or is this just part of his need to feel like he truly is the victim here? And if he were brought back from his spacious position and put in the same seat of power as he was before, would he be any wiser?

Also, Royce from Transistor definitely deserves some honorable mention, even though he ultimately isn't present for a ton. His meandering way of speaking, his obsessive self-justification, it's all very "real". Royce is a man who's grown very cold towards the world, and even when he does grow fond of people, it's clear that he is willing to put them aside if need dictates. He's sort of sad, but definitely a potent and intelligent threat.

Silver Crusade

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Cancer man aka cigarette smoking man from the X-files


Sutter Cane, because Jurgen Prochnow. "Did I ever tell you my favorite color is blue?"

Shadow Lodge

The Tick....pure evil with his little wooden boy.


Kefka.

That laugh still haunts my dreams.


Mr. Teatime from Sir Pratchett's The Hogfather.


Raise Dead!

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Voldemort.

For all the stupid decisions the Author has him make so that Harry may actually somehow defeat him i nthe end, the bloody guy has contingency plans within contingency plans.

The guy is so unstoppable that despite the good guy's best efforts at stopping him wherever they may find him the guy still manages to come right back to life.

Also the things hes supposedly done before his death at the hands of the potter family and level of loyalty he instilled in his followers is admirable.

That the guy was an interestign villain enough to keep people interested for seven books is proof enough.

Voldemort? Unstoppable?

Voldemort x Sniper Rifle:

"Avada.." BANG!

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