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sharkyShark

Grim Reaper from Super Castlevania IV — Not even the final boss, but he was always way harder.

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Super_Gravy

@sharkyShark: I noticed you know HTML quite well but this forum does not use HTML.
The image tags is this "[img]" and as well "[/img ]" I put the space on purpose.

Umm… Care to have some gravy?

SomeBitTripFan

Dist the ReaperROSE! R.O.S.E. ROSE!
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Dist might very well be my favorite villain. His hilarious, over-the-top nature easily makes him the most memorable God General, but best of all he brings out the best from Jade. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B1Hl-vZ6GW4

Fawful
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Where do I even start. Fawful is absolutely filled with charm, hilarity, and chortles. It's hard to really describe what makes him so great.

The Black Knight
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The Black Knight is probably the strongest example of fear incarnate in Fire Emblem. I panicked every time he appeared on field, but I was dilly-dallying.

Metal Face
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I can't say I've ever loved hating anyone quite as much as Metal Face. He's the longest running and most in-your-face villain in Xenoblade by far. It probably helps that he was the first villain to ever give me the Aeris Effect.

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Pit-Stain

I have a few:
Kefka from Final Fantasy VI
Porky from Earthbound
Dr. Eggman from Sonic
Fawful from Mario & Luigi: Bowser Inside Story

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World

Freaking Phanto. Can't even bring out the key to unlock my door without thinking of that soulless monster.

@DestinyMan Haha, I love Magolor's golf clap scene. He knows what he's about.

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DanMan82

Ganondorf. Plain and simple.

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Samurai_Goroh

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Half of everything is luck, James.

For England, James?

Alec Trevylian is definitely one of my favorite villains of the Bond canon, but I can't vouch for him in videogames.

I'll have to go with Dr. Ivo Robotnik. Being first introduced to me on Sonic the Hedgehog 2, Master System version a long long time ago.

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And no, I won't ever call him Eggman.

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GuSolarFlare

Samurai_Goroh wrote:

I'll have to go with Dr. Ivo Robotnik.

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And no, I won't ever call him Eggman.

what about Baldy McNosehair then?

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CanisWolfred

Actually, I'm pretty sure it's Caius from Final Fantasy XIII-2, if only because it's one of those rare Video game villains who is kind of respectable, since his motives are actually genuine.

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Ragingrave

More of a anti-hero than a villain if you ask me. But Vergil is still a boss.
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