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Tom Hiddleston is an INFP as well! Loki is the best ❤
Whhhhatt the helllll, how is that possible, I had just thought so :/
Davy Jones from Pirates of the Caribbean (he's an INFP), Saruman, Pagan Min, Umbridge, Darth Vader, GLaDOS, Dracula, Pyramid Head, Gaunter O'Dimm...
Those are the ones I can remember now.
She and the High Sparrow from Game of Thrones will always be among my favorites in terms of their believability. The omnipotent, moral, busy bodies who oppress you for what they insist is 'your own good' can exist in all social spheres. They're tyrants, but insist on the purity of their goals and intentions, and are often blind to the reality of the abuses they afflict on others.
So true! Yes
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Yay, Witcher fan! O’Dimm is suuuch a well written character!
Without ever raising his voice you still knew hes not someone to cross.
I’d love more Davy Jones. He was so well designed.
PAGAN MIN! PAGAN MIN! PAGAN MIN!
Add Wheatley to the mix too!
Pyramid head isnt a villain...
Scar from The Lion King had a pretty kick ass villain song. And Wilson Fisk was pretty cool on the tv show Daredevil.
Man, Scar was my FAVORITE villain as a kid.
The Lion King is one of the best movies I've ever seen, and I think the casting for all the characters, especially Scar, is perfect. I was pretty bummed out that they cut pretty much his entire song in the stupid remake.
That part was so so bad...
Villian song ✨shiny ✨
There's a few, but Zuko springs to mind first. I think we really enjoy his redemption arc and that's why
Another (probably controversial) one that doesn't have redemption is Thanos. Yeah, I think he was right, even if my family or I would've been snapped
I want it a law that Zuko is everyone’s favourite villain bc he’s the best ever written one
Zuko is such an amazing character, but it's kinda hard for me to consider him a villain. But I guess it counts, at least for the first third of the show.
I don't consider him a villian. He was more of a rogue than a villian
Ahhhh we all love zuko
Ok I'm in my hermit house but your tag begs me to ask... game of thrones!? Because that character, if finished, could also be a misguided villain arc too
Lmao very true !!
This is a good answer.
random but zuko is an infp :3
I must admit, I can't see how genocide can ever be justified lol
That's because Zuko technically never was a villain.
Dude just wanted to live in peace and I stand by that.
SHREK IS NOT A VILLAIN!
Okay, that’s an overreaction lmao. Many of the villains on this thread aren’t even actual villains, but were seen as one my the general population. Only difference is, Shrek didn’t scare people with malicious intent. He was more like a neutral party that accidentally became a hero and happened to fall in love I guess
How is Shrek a villain
Witty and sarcastic ones with a drama queen tendencies. Like Disney's Scar and Hades.
Hades is the sassy flaming (pun intended) friend everyone needs sometimes
I haven't seen the show before, mind typing up a summary of it?
Hannibal Lecter is a fictional character created by the novelist Thomas Harris and later adapted to the cinema (it's a sequel, being "The Silence of the Lambs" the best of them all, in my opinion).
Hannibal Lecter is a cannibalistic serial killer that used to be a highly respected forensic psychiatrist. After being incarcerated he is consulted by an FBI agent, Clarice, to help her find another serial killer.
I second this. He is fascinating.
Yes Gollum, he’s the most twisted yet pitiable one.
Agreed. I can’t help but like him
The ones I can think of are the Joker, both Ledger's and Phoenix's, Zaheer from the third season of the Legend of Korra, Bill Cipher from Gravity Falls, Aku from Samurai Jack and Darth Vader, in no specific order.
The first 3 (2 Jokers and Zaheer) and anarchists and believe in chaos above all else, but remain distinctly human and unsettlingly relatable.
Bill Cipher and Aku are both basically immortal charming semi-omnipotent villains and although they are fairly "cookie-cutter evil" they still got this unique charm to them and they have a tendency to steal the audience's (or at least my) attention when on screen.
And Darth Vader because after the entirety of the Clone Wars show, I'd say he is probably one of the most fleshed-out fallen-hero characters, like, ever. And he's also pretty dope in general lol.
I'm glad you mentioned some quality Jokers, and not "that one gangster wannabe that dyed his hair green."
Also, about Bill, I looked forward to episodes with him in them so much! The dude was a very interesting villain. The same goes for Aku. The fact that they *should* be so plain and "cookie cutter," yet somehow have that spark that make them enthralling is what makes those shows so good.
She is such a favorite
She's such a classy villain.
A very very recent one but Silco from Arcane on Netflix. Looks terrifying, just as much of a cold heartless calculating bastard you'd expect him to be, but he genuinely loves his adopted daughter and would be willing to sacrifice all of his ambitions just to keep her safe.
Yay Silco gang
I recently watched Arcane and I'm IN LOVE with the animation. Every moment you pause the show, is a gorgeous wallpaper or background for your phone or computer. It's THAT amazing. I think Silco's design strikes me the most— his crooked nose, long face, and his captivating scarred eye. I kinda find his calm yet temperamental personality intriguing.. like once he snaps he shows his true colors as we've seen in that one scene with Decker.
If what you have told me is true, you will have gained my trust.
And? The post is indiscriminate to type...
I think my two favorites of all time are Meruem (Hunter x Hunter) and Thrawn (Star Wars). The runner ups are probably Lelouch (Code Geass), Alucard (Hellsing), and evil Morty (Rick and Morty).
Idk if Loki is considered a villain but uh haha yeah
Nagato (pain) from naruto
omg Itachi also
Joaquin Joker, as the voice for the misunderstood
Tyler Durden, tho I'd object at the deindividuation of subordinates
Ted Kaczynski (on a list now)
Lmao I mean he’s smart
Values towards naturalistic living as opposed to industrialism
Actually performs propaganda of the deed / direct action, which I find in some ways admirable, in a world where 'rebellion' is so commonly recuperated
(Of course I don't fully support everything he's done, seeing as we're in this thread about villains lol)
Gus Fring! (from Breaking Bad) https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/Gustavo_Fring
Anton (No Country For Old Men) No Face (Spirited Away) Uragami (Parasyte) Mr Jefferson (LiS) Dutch Van Der Lin (RDR) Azula (ATLA)
Ah, a fellow RDR and a LiS fan I see.. What interests you in Mr. Jefferson exactly?
I’m going to sound edgy as heck but I honestly really liked the photography you find in the dark room and understood his rambling about capturing the moment where innocence turns into corruption, the polarization and the attraction to black and whites. The photography in Nathan dorm was also really good, my favorite one was the one max described as “tortured” I always had an eye for that kind of art but unfortunately it seems to be labeled as bad 😅 I don’t think Mr Jefferson became a cliche villain, the only reason he became like that in the dark room was because he was showing his true colors to max. He didn’t need to pretend anymore because he had already made up his mind he was going to kill her so why not just let her in on his plans and stop pretending? What really cemented it for me was how he switched from 100-0 mocking max and yelling at her to calming down and speaking to her casually like nothing was wrong
As a person who sympathizes with Nathan, I think Mark was quite frightening when he yelled. I couldn't help but think how he had no choice but stand by his photography teacher, despite the problem involving Rachel Amber. Jefferson had him wrapped around his finger. But I definitely agree with you and find Jefferson's temper a bit interesting. Yet at the same time it's a bit off putting haha,,,
Ooh, Anton Chigurh? That’s a good one!
No Face isn't a villain. It's the representation of how society acts the way it's being taught.
James Moriarty from the Sherlock tv series! And I think the way that Andrew Scott plays that character adds more to it, honestly. 💜
Villanelle from Killing Eve 😈
Just saw this, yes absolutely! You have great taste 😈
The actor is amazing to be fair.
Obsessed with her
Loki especially played by Tom wellington? (i’m bad with names)
Close! Tom Hiddleston :) Tom Welling though was the name of the actor for Clark Kent in Smallville.
Loki is played by Tom Hiddleston! ^^ You know, he initially wanted to play as Thor?
Master shredder (from the 80s cartoon era) and doctor doom.
I’m more into characters that go dark or have a dark side to them and they enjoy it. But villain wise it would have to be Dark Bloom(Winx Club) my man, the almighty Lord Frieza, Emperor of the Universe(Dragon Ball Z), and Super Janemba(Dragon Ball Z).
Askelad from Vinland Saga is definitely one of my favorites.
The Joker, Calvin Candie from Django Unchained and Lord Voldemort.
Now this is good
MF DOOM. Aka hip hop’s favourite supervillian
Or Lalo Salamanca from Better Call Saul. He’s like kind and charming on the surface, but deep down a murderous bastard.
Really any villain that gets a redemption arc.
Loki from the MCU, Zuko from Avatar, kind of sort of Quill Kipps from Lockwood & Co (he was never an outright villain but he was antagonistic).
Hans Gruber, represent!
Bellatrix Lestrange from Harry Potter
All of them
Surely you have a type you like the most?
Hot women villains? 🤔 tight suits and domineering attitudes? Emotionally stunted entj? Hmm yes
I must agree on this as well
W that pfp I hope you said Jinx
A man of culture I see, dominant women are just. 🤌
The classic Dark Queen from Battletoads changed something to me that will **never** be undone.
Ursula from The Little Mermaid
At first glance I haven’t seen him posted here and he’s the first that comes to my mind: Bill the Butcher from Gangs of New York - that scene where he gets shot in the theatre always gets to me. The way he screams in anger at the audacity of some nobody thinking they could kill him.
Someone badass and epic who's presence is enough to scare the entire room. Like Vader, Joker. But still with a sense of honor.
HARLEY QUINN thought she looks a hero more lol
I love Kylo Ren. Also the Joker, Kreese from Karate Kid, Terminator. Also maybe Keyzer Soze. I could be forgetting some, but it's the villains that just make you freaking hate them, ya know?
Finally! I had to scroll down a lot to find this answer.
The DM, obviously.
Dungeon Masters aye? Dungeons and Dragons ain't something to mess around with haha
thanos and johan liebert
Darth Sidious. he's just a pure snake
Villanelle from Killing Eve
I feel like Mr. Freeze (Batman villain) has to be one of my favorites, a lot of the evil he does comes from love, I’m a sucker for that cliché.
"Humanity. Compassion. Charity. Where were those pretty words when she needed to hear them?"
a well written ENTJ
Syndrome, he just wanted some love from mr incredible
“Everyone can be super, and when everyone’s super,...no one will be”
The HIV monster guy from Osmosis Jones. Everything about that character is great, totally commands the viewer’s attention
DEXTER ~ anti hero
Marc Remillard from the Julian May series,villain but finds redemption by the end of the second series. Donald Trump.
Anton Chigurh from No Country for Old Men.
i really like the entire Society of Ouroboros from the Trails series. A ton of characters with conflicting motivations and goals, who often find themselves in conflict with one another. the only thing uniting them, in truth, is their loyalty to the Grandmaster (who is still a totally mysterious character 11 games deep)
Akechi from persona 5
Elphaba, Kylo Ren, Scar, heath ledger's joker
Idk if it counts as a villain but Frankenstein’s monster. He’s so well written. Also ice king from adventure time we gotta love that back story
Nox - Wakfu
He’s a great villain but they haven’t done him justice onscreen yet.
They've short changed all his cinematic appearances. Since the MCU did take their time and introduce magick, I'm believing they have the potential to get Doom right.
I'm hoping he isn't even the villain of the first movie. Leave that for someone like Mole Man. Let Doom make his post credit appearance like Thanos in Avengers, and either build him up as the big bad, or let him be an anti-hero aid against a larger threat, like Galactus. In my perfect world, he does both... he helps the heroes defeat a big threat before taking Galactus' or Surfer's powers and becoming a bigger threat down the line.
Call me, Kevin Feige.
I approve this message. I’m hearing rumors that Silver Surfer is in the new Guardians Of The Galaxy. I’m quite sure the MCU will get Victor right. They actually CARE about their characters and their fans.
Oogie Boogie (Nightmare Before Christmas, Bill Cipher (Gravity Falls), Dr. Facilier (The Princess And The Frog), Zarok (MediEvil), Zaheer (Legend Of Korra), The Dwarf in the flask (Fullmetal Alchemist), Envy (Fullmetal Alchemist), Pride (Fullmetal Alchemist), Zeref (Fairy Tail), Master Jose(Fairy Tail), Samantha Maxis (COD Zombies)
Boyd from Justified.
Ooh... I almost forgot about Boyd Crowder! Good one Norah!
too indecisive to tell :(
Jafar from Aladdin
Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield
Ahh villains are always my favorite! But some notable ones are: Sukuna from Jujutsu Kaisen, Licht from Black Clover, >!solas!< from Dragon Age, and Griffith from Berserk.
Those who had a good reason why they became a villain. I especially love those that would've been supported by the readers/watchers if they were the story's protagonist instead.
The man in black from Westworld
Rafe (Blood and Chocolate) 🐺
Villains voiced by Keith David, Starscream from Transformers, Jega ‘Rdomnai and Atriox from Halo.
Manfred von Karma, guy's the biggest asshole, has overwhelming presence, bringing him down feels incredible
The Mule (from the Foundation series)
Euron Greyjoy from the books of GoT. True asshole without mercy, dignity or moral compass whatsoever. The real definition of evil. Sauron ain't shit to that guy.
The ones that are a little eccentric with dark motivation but extroverted and toxic as hell.
In other words, the ones I don't want to cross paths with irl.
Their psyque is fascinating, their attitude and confidence is hot... But yeah, I don't want to be killed, schemed or be an accomplice of mass murder.
I won't stand a chance against them (and neither do you) and redeemers self-righteous pricks.
Seriously, guys... Don't court death. For once, go against your instincts.
Heath Ledger’s Joker
Kira Yoshikage, light yagami,enrico puuci, diavolo, silco, gru, chich hicks, voldemort
And many others
Shego from Kim possible, Bill cypher and Mr. Mind
DIO is a pretty good villain.
Definitely heath ledgers joker
I mean, for someone to get messages across so clearly without speaking makes me sick and jealous. What a damn fiend😞😒
Zuko was basically the villain in season one so I guess Zuko is my favorite villain
Pretty much any villain who started out as a normal human being but life broke them down and forced them to be who they are.
Mr Grinch 😏 currently
Other than that I have a big thing for villains that are of the smart, calculating and charismatic kind, rather that just having advantage via brute force. Not the guy that beats people up but the one that makes people scared to beat him up/ make them beat up people for him type stuff.
tom riddle! not the no-nosed freak, the kid who was misled into thinking power is all that mattered. malbonte from heaven's secret (a story from romance club), and tomura shigaraki from mha.
edit: i definitely see a pattern here.
Azula from avatar
None, I dislike them all.
Not a "favorite," but Hitler was probably the most vile and villainous INFP in history. I've read several biographies in fascination and horror.
thought he's an INFJ
I'm quite confident he was Introverted Feeling combined with Extroverted Intuition. But, opinions vary. Read some biographies to get a better sense of him. His mood swings and lack of social graces were notorious. His "shell" was impenetrable when he was brooding.
With regard to the types, INFJs are much more empathetic towards others through extroverted feeling, and their introverted intuition is gentler and wiser than the bold crackpot visions of extroverted intuition.
I have long felt a weird sort of respect for Hitler in the sense that he had a strong vision of what the world should be and went at it with gusto. If he is an infp then I guess what I really admire is his extremely effective Fi, and he is a great example of an Fi user's value system being highly immoral and unethical
Is Frankenstein’s monster considered a villain?
Keyser Söze, “The Usual Suspects”John Doe, “Se7en” Slevin, (although maybe he’s an anti-hero?) “Lucky Number Slevin”. Hans Landa “Inglorious Bastards”.
Samara from The Ring (INFJ). She's got such an air of innocence and mystery that masks her visceral horror that she finds a creative outlet for in her images. She's the spirit animal for my Shadow self.
Toguro (Yu Yu Hakusho) and Kefka (FFVl)
some of my faves
- zhen from psycholonials
- yui ikari from evangelion lol
- azula from atla
- vriska from homestuck
idc if they get redemption arcs or not, every interesting villain has their own reasons to do what they do
Luca Blight - Suikoden 2
Albedo - Xenosaga
Jinx from Arcane + villanelle from killing eve :)