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Hey Guys:
I was just thnikking the other day, the guys are lmost infinatly cooler then the good guys, and some bay guys stand out as being the top-bad-ass of them all. I was wondering, who are your top 3 fav. baddies?
Without further ado, here are my top badguys:

STARWARS:
1: Boba Fett (Need I say any more)
2: Darth Vader (The non-Anakin Vader)
3: General Grevus (Quad weilding lightsabers? Yes)

Lord of the Rings
1: Any Easterling (Mad armour, cool hemet, unskeapable awesome!)
2: The Mahud Mumak driver (The dude who blows that sweet horn in RotK)
3: Ugluk (Looks like meats back on the menu boys!!!)

40K:
1: Nurgle (Coolest God out, minus the Emporer)
2: Trygon (Massive Death Worm thing!)
3: MechBoyz (Any gut who can build a titan outa ablolute crap is a king)

Would love to hear your fav. baddies!\

Cheers: Amoeba Bait
 

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Star Wars:

1. General Grevious (Who Wouldn't Want 4 Lightsabers?)
2. Darth Maul (Double Ended Lightsabers FTW)
3. Boba Fett (Jet pack!)

Lord of the Rings

1. Sauron (Only weakness is a fire extingusher!)
2. The Balrog (Massive Flaming Dragon)
3. ANY of the Nazgul on Fell Beasts! (Love the Fell Beasts)

Warhammer 40K:

1. Kharn the Betrayer (Don't care who he's killing. Attach him to a freinds strongest squad in apoc and watch the look on their faces when they roll a one!)
2. Typhus (Love the Death Guard)
3. Gork n' Mork. (Now they are my second favourite gods, bar the Emperor!)

-BoK
 

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star wars
1: darth maul
2: anakin vader
3: jango fett

lord of the rings
1: balrog
2: easterlings
3: harad archers

warhammer
1: khorne
2: khorne traitor guard
3: khorne termies
 

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STARWARS:
1: Boba Fett
2: Asajj Ventress (sp?)
3: General Grievous

Lord of the Rings
1: Witch King
2: Lurtz
3: Giant armored trolls are awesome

40K:
1: Cypher (remains to be seen whether he is good or evil)
2: Ahriman
3: Thousand Sons legion
 

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Starwars:
1: The Emperor
2: General Grevious
3: Darth Maul

Lord of the Rings:
1: Balrog
2: The Witch King
3: Lurtz

Warhammer 40,000:
1: An'Ggrath the Unbound
2: Lucius the Eternal
3: Old Zoggwort (seriously who doesn't want to turn their foes into squigs?)
 

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Star Wars
1. Jar Jar Binks
2. Waru
3.Sleazbaggo (Episode 2, cantina "Death sticks" guy)

Lord of the Rings
1. Gollum
2. Random goblin #3424
3.Denethor

Warhammer 40k
1. Gabriel Angelos
2. Eldrad
3.the Deceiver.
 

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Whilst bad guys often have style on their side (often, not always) your reasoning seems flawed.

Hey Guys:


STARWARS:
1: Boba Fett (Need I say any more) Incompetant, accidentally killed by a blind man, looks like a tramp from Mad Max.
2: Darth Vader (The non-Anakin Vader) Irrational, poor grasp of strategy.
3: General Grevus (Quad weilding lightsabers? Yes) Just too hilarious for words.

Lord of the Rings
1: Any Easterling (Mad armour, cool hemet, unskeapable awesome!) That's all true, actually.
2: The Mahud Mumak driver (The dude who blows that sweet horn in RotK)
3: Ugluk (Looks like meats back on the menu boys!!!) Orcs are not cannibals! Read the book.

40K:
1: Nurgle (Coolest God out, minus the Emporer) You misspelled Tzeentch
2: Trygon (Massive Death Worm thing!) Mawloc is cooler.
3: MechBoyz (Any gut who can build a titan outa ablolute crap is a king) This one is also true.

Would love to hear your fav. baddies!

Cheers: Amoeba Bait
The coolest baddie is Sir Harry Flashman, by the way.
 

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Starwars:
1: Grand Moff Tarkin. Blew up a planet, would have gladly done it more than once.

2: Luke Skywalker. Think of this way: as the Hero of the Battle of Yavin, he blew up the Death Star. How many innocent non Imperial contract laborers were on that ship? Plus not to mention Imperial Storm Troopers, pilots, officers, maintenance personnel and droids that were killed. Potentially the second biggest event of mass murder in the Star Wars film cannon.

3: The Ewoks. Deceptively cute, primitive and bloodthirsty teddy bear like creatures with no qualms about eating human flesh. At the end of Return of the Jedi, we see these cute little guys using Storm Trooper helmets as drums.

What happened to the Storm Troopers? Were they captured, set free and their helmets used as drums? Were the helmets removed from corpses? Or worse yet were the helmets removed from corpses that were eventually eaten? Remember that in the same film they were about to eat Luke, Han, and Chewie until they were tricked.

A tie for 3rd. place for me is Leia, who after escaping the Death Star knew that Millineum Falcon and its crew were let go and she also knew of a tracking device being planted on the ship, but yet made a bee line to Yavin 4, the secret rebel base. Could have been brainwashed into being a subversive Imperial agent as all this put the Rebel Alliance in danger, as we never saw the details of her being interrogated by Darth Vader in the film.

If she hadn’t gone straight to Yavin, the Battle of Yavin may not have occurred. They could of searched the ship for any tracking devices on some desolate planet, or better yet, a space port and put the tracking device on a ship that hauled cow poop and then gone to Yavin.

If Luke had not made that shot she would have been remembered as the person who gave away the location of the Alliance and led to its eventual destruction.

Lord of the Rings:
1: Sauron. Cool looking armor, carries a mace the size of a mortar that can kill like 30 guys at once and has been waging war against the Elves and Middle Earth for literally several thousand years. Managed to convince Ar-Pharazon, the Numenorean king before Elendil, to attack Valinor. Ar-Pharazon sailed with a mighty fleet and was never heard from again.

2: Gandalf. Any one willing to send tiny, child like humanoids to a literal hell (while carrying the One Ring, potentially the most evil thing created) on Middle Earth to save everyone is a bit of cold bastard, no matter what nice fireworks he has, period.

3: Melkor. One of the ever powerful Valar, or demi-gods of Middle of Earth, and the guy who taught Sauron all that he knows. Became such a pain in the ass to the Elves that the Valar finally had to intervene by removing him from Middle Earth which literally changed its landscape. A truly evil bastard.

Warhammer 40,000:
1: The Emperor. Described in Legion by the character John Grammaticus as one of the most powerful and psychotic beings in the galaxy, his conquest of Terra led to the potential extermination of several Terran cultures (in Tales of Heresy, a Custodian describes seeing a flying machine of the Roma, who no longer existed) and created the first proto-Space Marines, or the Warriors in Thunder Armor who cause great fear to the human population for their super human like abilities. Went on the lead the Great Crusade, which did try to unit humanity, but at the cost of subverting, killing, and sometimes exterminating entire human cultures and replacing it with the Imperial culture.

Potentially caused the extermination of at least one (the Laer) xenos civilization and more than likely more. Ended up on the Golden Toilet due to Horus and he now eats 1K psykers PER DAY for the last 10K YEARS just to keep up a psychic light house.

The Imperium doesn’t get they worship a vampire.

2: Abbadon. His Black Crusades, which have been mostly (arguably) failures have bled the Imperium for millennia. Took Horus’ place at 2nd place for the sheer fact Abbadon has managed to stay alive for 10K years.

3: Any C’Tan. They eat stars.
 

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STARWARS:
1: Luke Skywalker(he killed all the imperials it was sad)
2: Jar Jar Binks(he nearly ruined the franchise)
3: Emperor Palpatine(he orchestrated an entire war just to get rid of the jedi)

Honorable Mention: Grand Moff Tarkan

Lord of the Rings
1: Sauron
2: The Nazgul
3: Gollum

40K:
1: Grandfather Nurgle
2: Typhus Herald of Nurgle
3: Abaddon
 

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Star Wars
1; Mace Windu(killed Jango Fett right in front of little Bobba lol)
2; Emporer Palpatine(jealous of jedi)
3; Count Dooku(scary voice)

Lord Of The Rings
1; Sauron
2; Saruman(christopher lee...again)
3; Easterlings

40k
1; Commissar Yarrick(he's a bad guy....to the orks)
2; Nurgle
3; Marnius Calgar(just really don't like him)
 

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40k has some awesome badguys, and some sort of over the top ones.

Boss Snikrot is a straight up thug, no debate there.
Huron Blackheart is also pretty awesome. Takes a proper bad guy to turn from the Imperium without going straight to one of the chaos Gods.
The Ethereals are pretty sketchy too, with the way they control the Tau and "lesser" races.

Other cool badguys?

Makarov from MW2! Notice he never conclusively dies...
The Tron family from Megaman Legends!
Iago from Othello.
The Phyrexians from Magic.
Stormtroopers from Star Wars. I liked the detroyer droids too.
Trolls from LOTR! So smashy!
And finally...


Wario.
 

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Whilst bad guys often have style on their side (often, not always) your reasoning seems flawed.



The coolest baddie is Sir Harry Flashman, by the way.
Ugluk wasnt an orc. he was an Uruk Hai

Star Wars
1. Darth Maul
2. Anakin Vader (Ep. 3)
3. General Grevious

LotR
1. Witch King
2. Uruk Hai (cause they have badass looking swords and armor.)
3. Sauron

40K
1. Khorne
2. Khorne Berserkers
3. I can't think of a third one lol
 
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