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#1
Let's hear it.

I'm gonna go with Satan from Paradise Lost.

Milton did a pretty bitchin' job of making Satan the far more likable character in a story where everybody knows who the bad guy's supposed to be. He's such a smooth-talking, conniving little liar who prances around like he's doing something noble and righteous. Hell, there are people who read the book who thought Satan was supposed to be the hero.
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#2
He whose name shall not be burped.
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#4
Snape kills Dumbledore.
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everything that you've come to expect


#7
Iago. He improvised the whole thing. He is awesome.
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#8
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Morgoth.

/thread.



Melkor

/thread.
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#11
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Melkor and Morgoth are the same villain lol.

I like your taste in evil.


In the same way that Tom Riddle and Lord Voldemort are the same.
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#12
Mojo Jojo
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#15
^Hivemind.

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I still don't understand this character.
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#21
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#23
I'm thinking of someone more from classic literature, but I can't pinpoint anyone in specific.


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Professor James Moriarty.

Good answer.

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The Lord of the Flies

I was actually thinking of that, but I don't really consider any of those boys a "villain", more sociopaths...
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#24
Rorschach. More of an anti-hero than a villain but he's a feckin baddass
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#25
Galbatorix from the Inheritance Cycle. Such a bad ass (but evil, very, very evil) character
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#29
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I'm thinking of someone more from classic literature, but I can't pinpoint anyone in specific.


Good answer.


I was actually thinking of that, but I don't really consider any of those boys a "villain", more sociopaths...


Hmm, the villian in Lord of the Flies wasn't the boys, but human nature itself.
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#31
Would Alex DeLarge count? I'd say him. He's a multi layered anti hero that has signs of purity underneath his want for violence and chaos, and is the ultimate definition of what it means to be truly evil (is it your heart or your mind). He's the ultimate version of how rebellious and mature a teen can be while being immature about the course of life. Plus, the way he narrates and speaks is friggen' awesome.
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Would Alex DeLarge count? I'd say him. He's a multi layered anti hero that has signs of purity underneath his want for violence and chaos, and is the ultimate definition of what it means to be truly evil (is it your heart or your mind). He's the ultimate version of how rebellious and mature a teen can be while being immature about the course of life. Plus, the way he narrates and speaks is friggen' awesome.

Haha look who it is.
#33
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Galbatorix from the Inheritance Cycle. Such a bad ass (but evil, very, very evil) character

I'm pretty sure Galbatorix was the hero of those books. Overthrew a tyrannical regime or immortal sorcerers and ushered in a hundred years of peace and prosperity, which were unfortunately interrupted by a bunch of malcontents attacking his people and a sociopathic dragon rider perpetrating acts of staggering evil in his territory. I haven't read the fourth book, but I assume in it the monstrous new rider is killed, the backstabbing rebels are crushed, and peace returns to the land.
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#34
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#35
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I was actually thinking of that, but I don't really consider any of those boys a "villain", more sociopaths...


It's their basic human nature, tearing all civility from them (mostly) represented by a heinous, rotting, pig head on a stake, surrounded by flies.


That talks to one boy.


Awesome.
#36
Prostetnic Vogon Jeltz.
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#37
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Iago. He improvised the whole thing. He is awesome.

Seconded. He was so...villainous.
#38
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Galbatorix from the Inheritance Cycle. Such a bad ass (but evil, very, very evil) character

He's not really any of those things.


I'd say Lord of the Flies is pretty scary if that collective force could be seen as a villain.


EDIT: Everyone dies in Eragon. There's an explosion to kill Galbatorix and they all die.
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#39
im not sure if Him is more evil than mojo jojo, Him's acts are indeed evil but the intentions arent . like betting the professor a free breakfast if the girls solve his riddles :L i dont know why i still remember that :L i would have to say Moriarty
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