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    124 KB Disney Villains as Campaign Villains Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:18 No.13951952  
    Is this awesome? Y/N

    A scheming vizier who seeks to snuff out the light of the sun to grant herself eternal beauty. (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qgRMXKoVp1w)

    An invading warlord who feels his honour has been personally insulted by your bemevolent emperor.

    A sadistic vizier who subjgates the greatest city in the known world with dark, sorcerous magics and artifacts he manipulated the party to gain.

    A crazy lady who really wants a coat made of some fucking dogs. Like, really badly.
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    A disgraced royal who unites a outcast and persecuted minority and uses them to back his usuraption of the throne.

    A sly conman with frightening, otherworldly powers who seeks to drain an entire ciy of it's souls to pay off his dark masters.

    An insane high priest consumed by his burning desire for a female PC, and filled with hate by his shame over this. Has great legal influence in the city where events take place.

    A bombastic, wheeling-dealing god of death whose long-term plans absolutely demand the PCs die, and permantently.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:32 No.13952076
    that first one almost makes scar sound like a good guy
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:35 No.13952098
    the best villains always have the best intentions.
    I am sure Scar didnt think he was doing anything evil, just what needed to be done because he thought he would be the better leader.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:37 No.13952113
    Honestly, I wish more GMs used Disneyesque villiany in their games. It's far more entertaining and memorable.

    We've also got:

    A witch who manipulates a princess in order to acquire the king's Artifact of Power and Rulership.

    A corrupt governor who rallies his people to war against a nearby primitive tribe to acquire what he believes to be vast amounts of hidden wealth.

    A minor noble matron who will do ANYTHING to get one of her daughters married to the prince.

    A renowned adventurer who is so beloved, he can get the entire town to back him up in his plot to score with one cute peasant girl.

    >captcha: governor ticut

    I think Captcha has a suggestion for number two.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:37 No.13952119
    i feel retarded, who is the second and third one in this?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:38 No.13952121
    The downtrodden captain of a ship that never sails, terrorized by a creature that stalks the seas desiring nothing but to devour the rest of him, who envies the vigor and innocence of the PCs even as he attempts to destroy them in retribution for the deaths their "pranks" have inflicted upon his beleaguered crew...

    And Hades, an upwardly-mobile Lord of the Dead.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:39 No.13952127
    Mr. Facilier (The Princess and the Frog)

    Bishop Frollo (Hunchback of Notre Dame)
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:40 No.13952136
    Rasputin, maybe?

    Judge Claude Frollo.
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    >Tries to get inventor to stop blowing up parts of town accidentally
    >Attempts to rescue prisoner from the beast's castle
    >bad guy
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:41 No.13952140
    Ooh, now I don't feel as retarded, those are among the few movies I have not seen.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:41 No.13952142

    >> Someone else. 02/18/11(Fri)20:41 No.13952144
    Anastasia was Fox Animation Studios.
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    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:43 No.13952160
    Really? Somewhere between the long black robes and HELLFIRE, HELLFIRE, I must have got confused.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:44 No.13952163
    Also "Mr." Facilier?

    Dude didn't spend 4 years at voodoo medical school, selling his soul to dark powers, to be called "Mr." Facilier.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:44 No.13952165
    I think the problem is that DMs go a bit too far in justifying the actions of their BBEGs, or don't justify them at all.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:44 No.13952168
    Was it? Huh. I've only seen it like, once. Back when it was new. I feel old.

    Yeah, it's an easy mistake to make. Kind of intentional, really, but they do make it clear that he's a judge, and that a mere deacon (who, for the Non-Catholics here, aren't even real priests, yet) ordered him around in terms of religion.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:44 No.13952169
    I laughed.
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    He was trying to teach Belle the valuable lesson that real life experiences and interpersonal relations matter more than all the romance novels in the world.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:45 No.13952173
    I. . . .I never got the "I'd be a better ruler then you, MUFASA!" vibe off Scar. I always, always felt like "I want your shit, but can't take it the normal, accepted way. So i'm gonna bury you with my brains, and my army of hyena minions." was what was going on.

    Because, after that it was always showing him being the cruel, capricious ruler abusing his power, not a guy trying and failing to do something.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:46 No.13952186
    Though, to be fair, everything but the hyenas thing is EXACTLY HOW LIONS CHOOSE A LEADER.

    Scar isn't evil. He's a lion.
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    And you can go free, after we take River home.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:47 No.13952193
    I think that so many GMs are fixated on the idea of plot twists and trying to manipulate the players into not seeing the true enemy until it's to late, they forget the effectiveness of a villain who is obviously a villain from the beginning.

    Of course, part of the problem is that I've seen few players who are willing to play along. Most players tend to be genre-savvy, and many play their character genre-savvy as well, without realizing that it's really just another form of metagaming. I mean, just because YOU know that the dark-robed and sinister advisor to the king is likely a villain doesn't mean your PC knows, or would even imagine it; to his view, that advisor has been serving the king faithfully for years, so why shouldn't he be trusted?
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)20:49 No.13952209
    gaston is only the bad guy because he possesses traits deemed negative by todays society, and it thus used as indoctrination material on how not to be and act.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:50 No.13952214
    Judge in the Disney movie, archdeacon in the novel.
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    Have no fear!
    Have no fear!
    Zigzag the grand Vizir is here!
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:51 No.13952223
    And he's a prick who threw an old man into an insane asylum so he could trick a village into murdering his romantic rival and forcing a young woman to marry him as ransom for her own father's freedom.

    You know, details.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:52 No.13952236
    Well, your PCs figuring the skinny guy in black to the kings right is evil isn't hard to deal with, really. If he's not, they make complete asses of themselves.

    If he is, shouting "KILL THAT GUY HE BAD" while pointing with your sword at the guy who's helped steer the kingdom through rough waters for years isn't exactly a smart move. God help them if the barabarian actually leap-charge-power-attacks to spite the DM.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:53 No.13952237
    He didn't try to murder anybody. The beast was a menace who was kidnapping and imprisoning citizens of that village.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:54 No.13952243
    Well, yeah, Scar was obviously just in it for the sake of power and glory. He felt cheated, and wanted to gain people's respect by force, even if it meant murdering his brother's children and subjugating the rest of the lions with an army of hyenas.

    On the other hand, the main thing he promised the hyenas was that they wouldn't have to starve anymore. This must have been a serious concern for them, or else Scar wouldn't have had as much support as he did.

    But it all went down the drain, because he had the misfortune of performing his power grab at the beginning of a drought. Letting the hyenas hunt freely couldn't have helped matters, but simple mismanagement can't account for the massive damage the ecosystem suffered during Scar's reign.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)20:55 No.13952249
    And the whole thing about framing an old man to ransom his freedom in exchange for an unwilling woman's hand in marriage thing?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:55 No.13952254
    Fuck. One eye would make a terrifying villain.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:55 No.13952255
    Did he actually think the horrible monster was a romantic rival Belle actually loved?

    If I were him, that whole fucking castle would be screaming "Evil Magicks", which it actually WAS full of. Belle is being mind-controlled, time to save the only non bimbo in town. Gaston is a PC, trying to do good.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:56 No.13952266
    The Beast was still technically a lord, and back then you were getting off lightly if you trespassed on a noble's property and got slung in a dungeon for it.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:56 No.13952267
    A witch who's willing to arrange for a natural tragedy and emotionally abuse her adopted daughter to preserve her youth.

    A powerful fey, incensed about a minor snub cursing the royal family.

    A Queen Regent willing to murder her son's fiancee to hold on to the throne a little longer.

    A demon rallying all the monsters and undead for miles around to wreak havoc for nothing but pleasure.

    Servants of a death god trying to arrange for a prophecy that will let him overcome his heavenly rivals.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)20:58 No.13952287

    Exactly. Gaston was the hero of the town because everything he did seemed like it was in the people's best interest.

    He's the villain of the movie because everything he did was SOLELY out of personal gain, which involved falsely imprisoning one character, blackmailing another, and killing a third.

    I not saying Gaston was evil, I'm saying he was a villain. A tragic villain, perhaps, but a villain nonetheless. And people can be villains without being evil.
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    A psychopathic criminal mastermind, who despite his brilliance can never shake off the ignoble heritage he despised, and is filled with murderous rage by this consumate denial.

    Also has a thing for huge, overly elaborate death traps (always a plus).
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:00 No.13952301
    Yes, he knew.

    >>If I didn't know any better I'd say you had feelings for this Beast!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:01 No.13952305
    I have no idea what these are. Maybe Lady tremaine for number 1 (Cinderella), but the rest are lost to me.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:01 No.13952309
    He wasn't above blackmailing a woman for sexual favors. He's pretty much evil.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:03 No.13952316
    The first two are Snow White and Sleeping Beauty, but I've got no idea on the rest.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:03 No.13952317
    The first one is Mother Glothel from Tangled.
    Second is Maleficent from Sleeping Beauty.
    The third and fourth don't make me think of anything.
    The fifth kinda points ot Pain and Panic, from Hercules.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:03 No.13952319
    PCs loot the fuck out of almost everywhere they go, that usually doesn't make them evil.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:04 No.13952322
    Pretty sure the first is Mother Gothel.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:04 No.13952325
    1 - Gothel from Tangled

    2 - That bitch from Sleeping Beauty

    3 - ???

    4 - ???

    5 - Pain and Panic (and by extension, Hades) from Hercules
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:04 No.13952328
    I've always wanted to make Chernabog from Fantasia's Night on Bald Mountain segment into an encounter of some sort for a high level campaign. That part of the movie I swear seriously traumatized me as a kid.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:05 No.13952332

    I'm not sure what this has to do with anything I said.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:06 No.13952346
    This thread has now inspired me to take one of my sub-villains who had a very sparse personality and combine Yzma (main pic) and Maleficent into one villain.

    Thank you, /tg/.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:08 No.13952368
    Yeah, #4 is Chernobog from Fantasia.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:08 No.13952372
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:08 No.13952375
    >>13952267 here.
    I was talking about Mother Gothel, Maleficent, Nerissa (from Enchanted), Chernobog, and Pain and Panic (and Hades by extension) in that order.

    There's a difference between being a robber and a rapist.
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    >mfw people use awesome disney villains as BBEGs.

    Also fuck, i'm a 24 year old manly man with a big beard yet I loved this fucking movie. Plus look at this face, I could just pinch her cheeks and stretch her rubberface.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:09 No.13952387

    3 sounds like Enchanted, 4 could be Night On Bald Mountain but may be The Black Cauldron (haven't seen it in years).
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:10 No.13952399
    You sound like a pedophile. Welcome to /tg/!
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    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:10 No.13952404
    Oh shit that part also scared me like hell as a kid.

    Can't tell you the satisfaction I had when he was a boss in one of the Kingdom Hearts, screaming THIS IS FOR MY TRAUMATIED CHILDHOOD
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:10 No.13952408
    Nobody liked my two?

    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:12 No.13952424
    Your first one is Captain Hook from Peter Pan (who makes an awesome villain overall). You said Hades in the second one, so I wouldn't quite count that separately.
    >> Someone else. 02/18/11(Fri)21:12 No.13952425
    You and everyone else between Alaska. and Slovkia
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:12 No.13952426
    I do.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:12 No.13952431
    It's Chernobog, you'd know if I was doing the Horned King.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:13 No.13952439
    OOoooh, Enchanted. No wonder people were confused.

    Nobody mentioned the Rattigan post either, and he's at least as awesome as Hook. Bitches love Scar and Gaston, not much you can do.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:13 No.13952441
    I just don't think Hades needs any improvement.

    They just decided that Hades was from the '80s, while everybody else wasn't. It was great.
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    Thanks man, good to be here!
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)21:14 No.13952452
    the old man was obviously insane. and murder?. oh no, he was trying to rescue a young woman from the beast who had kidnapped and imprissoned her.

    and there was no tricking needed the villager were all quite willing to follow him on his quest to slay the beast and rescue the young woman.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:14 No.13952456
    A spiteful True-Fae, enraged at not being invited to a party, curses an innocent baby to die during esoteric conditions.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:14 No.13952461
    I liked the Ratigan post, but the character's just not as great if Vincent Price isn't doing it.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:17 No.13952489
    That'd be nice if he hadn't explicitly planned to have the man put in a madhouse merely as a bargaining chip to get in his daughter's pants. Why do I keep having to say that?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:17 No.13952494
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    The leader of a company of adventurers with a heroic reputation turns out to be in it for the looting. Typical PCs, basically.

    And I liked Rattigan.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:19 No.13952524
    Here's a couple.

    An airship pilot who has lost his honor due to his records being accused of being falsified, who is seeking the one thing that will restore his honor. Also eternal youth.

    An evil queen and powerful sorceress who seeks to prevent her own offspring from claiming the throne.

    A time-travelling madman seeks to destroy the history and family of the man who he claims caused him to become the way he is.

    A greedy mercenary and his crew of thugs seek to take a source of unimaginable power from the people for whom it is not only a source of power, but their source of life.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)21:19 No.13952525
    so?. good (as percieved by others) actions motivated by personal gain are still technically good actions.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:19 No.13952528
    >A bombastic, wheeling-dealing god of death whose long-term plans absolutely demand the PCs die, and permantently.

    >A minor noble matron who will do ANYTHING to get one of her daughters married to the prince.

    >A Queen Regent willing to murder her son's fiancee to hold on to the throne a little longer.

    I can't figure these ones out
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:20 No.13952541
    Hell, what is? Vincent Price was god.

    Matter of fact, that's one of the common threads in Disney villains. They always get the best people to voice them. Scar was Jeremy Irons, Frollo was Tony Jay, Rattigan was Vincent Price, Keith David was Dr. Facilier... Hades was kind of the exception, "only" being James Woods, but his camp 80s routine was perfect for it.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:21 No.13952548
    As much as I like The Beauty and the Beast, I cant stand people who try to justify gastons actions. He was an obnoxious, narcissistic brute who didnt know when to quit. Like previously posted, he put an eccentric old man in the asylum because he wanted his daughter. Who doesnt want him.

    And, like posted previously, he wasnt evil, but he was the antagonist. He friggin tried to kill the Beast after he showed Gaston mercy.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:21 No.13952557
    A pirate ship crewed by the deathless damned.

    A mad sorceress with a grudge against the PCs mentor tormenting them to lure him out.

    A hunter who uses the PCs to root out a hidden tribe for the privilege of slaying them.

    The leader of an expedition the PCs have allied themselves with, intending to sell a powerful magical artifact to an enemy kingdom regardless of the civilization that needs it to survive.

    A swindler luring away children with promises of leisure in order to enslave them, then polymorphing them so they can't be recognized.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:21 No.13952561
    The first one is Hades from Hercules.
    The second one is the Stepmother from Cinderella.
    The third was mentioned to be from Enchanted upthread.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:23 No.13952578
    I don't think I know any of those...
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:24 No.13952583
    Pirates of the Carribean
    The sword in the stone
    Tarzan? Maybe The Rescuers
    Good ol Atlantis
    And Pinnochio.

    Good ideas there, might take em for my campaign.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:24 No.13952587
    No they aren't. That's retarded.

    >A bombastic, wheeling-dealing god of death whose long-term plans absolutely demand the PCs die, and permantently.
    Hades. Obviously.
    >A minor noble matron who will do ANYTHING to get one of her daughters married to the prince.
    Lady Tremaine (Cinderella's stepmum)
    >A Queen Regent willing to murder her son's fiancee to hold on to the throne a little longer.
    Queen Nerissa (Enchanted
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:24 No.13952590
    Hades. The others have been IDed in the thread.

    To be fair, you can get Jeremy Irons for anything. I'm pretty sure he takes the worst things that come across his desk, just to see if he can make them better just by being in them.

    He was in the D&D movie, for fuck's sake.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:25 No.13952610
    >A greedy mercenary and his crew of thugs seek to take a source of unimaginable power from the people for whom it is not only a source of power, but their source of life.

    is the same as

    >The leader of an expedition the PCs have allied themselves with, intending to sell a powerful magical artifact to an enemy kingdom regardless of the civilization that needs it to survive.

    Don't know the name of the guy, but the movie is Atlantis
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:26 No.13952623
    Fair point. He seems to follow the Christopher Walken philosophy of "never turn down a paying gig".
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:26 No.13952625
    First one, I believe, is Up.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)21:28 No.13952638
    i know i could punch it.

    seriously annoying.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:29 No.13952649
    Meet the Robinsons
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:29 No.13952651
    Charles Muntz
    Queen Grimhilde
    Bowler-Hat Guy

    Clayton from Tarzan, though I thought about doing McLeach, I just thought he might be too esoteri.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:29 No.13952660
    >>13952524 here.

    Correct. First one is up.
    Second one is Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs (I wish there was an edit function, I typed offspring and meant to type stepchild)
    Third is Meet the Robinsons.
    Fourth is Atlantis (I was apparently posting at the same time as the other guy who used Atlantis).
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:30 No.13952678
    Which has lead to some awesome "wait, why is HE in this" roles for both.

    Like that movie with Sean Michael Scott with Walken as the villain.

    "...They...they got my tooth, is my point! Aw, to hell with it. GET 'EM!"
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:31 No.13952691

    An intelligent and urbane awakened predator lords over a jungle domain, and is quite willing to talk even to his hated enemies.

    A boastful witch who is quite willing to exploit loopholes in the wording of agreements to get what she wants, no matter how torturous the logic.

    A sorceress who can help you to get whatever you think you want but at a very high price. Is more than happy to cheat to prevent the condtions of these deals from ever being fulfilled. Ultimately she wants to overthrow the king, but she is happy to take a more roundabout route.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:33 No.13952732

    Well, that could be a few people...

    Ursula! She actually makes some good points about why Ariel WILL NOT enjoy the surface.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:33 No.13952738
    First one is... Shere Khan from The Jungle Book?
    Second I have no clue.
    Third is Ursula from The LIttle Mermaid.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:34 No.13952748
    For a sci-fi game, an AI placed in charge of a post-apocalyptic colony, lying to them about conditions for misguided reasons.

    The newly appointed ruler of a colony, who murdered the people who stood in the way of his leadership and intends to wipe the colony out.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:34 No.13952758
    Where the fuck is Jafar and why is he not the very first person mentioned?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:34 No.13952760
    Excuse the link, that was an accident anon.

    An undead creature with a gambling problem, a monstrous appetite and an eye for a shapely lady leg.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:34 No.13952761
    This first one is Wall-E, for sure.
    Not sure about the second one.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:35 No.13952778
    I'm the Oogy-Boogy Man!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:36 No.13952785

    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:37 No.13952796
    Yeah, he even played a child molester in an episode of Law & Order SVU. It was amazing, really.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:37 No.13952798

    Uh... very first post?

    >A sadistic vizier who subjgates the greatest city in the known world with dark, sorcerous magics and artifacts he manipulated the party to gain.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:37 No.13952803
    He's the third OP example.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:37 No.13952809
    Goddamn, Hook would be one bad ass Space Pirate
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:38 No.13952823
    Not really. He never moves the ship.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:39 No.13952829
    >The leader of an expedition the PCs have allied themselves with, intending to sell a powerful magical artifact to an enemy kingdom regardless of the civilization that needs it to survive.


    Glad to see someone else out there remembered this movie.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:39 No.13952835
    That was actually Dr. Facilier. Jaffar was the third one down the OP post.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:39 No.13952837
    This is /tg/. Of course we'd remember Atlantis!

    Its practically a PC story.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:40 No.13952847
    Well shit, that was stupid of me. Especially since I looked at it and thought 'oh good there's Jafar a minute or two ago.

    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:41 No.13952854
    Not Disney, but...

    A minor government functionary who, when faced with the PC's artifact, has a very complete nervous breakdown, and turns into a raving lunatic, snapping out of it only when he realizes that his overreaction may actually have put him in danger of complete annihilation.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:42 No.13952877
    Nobody remembers this guy?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:43 No.13952884
    Aww, I was gonna put Iron Giant...
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:43 No.13952886
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)21:43 No.13952887
    sure they are. if the action is of benefit to others then why would it make the action less good if it benefits you as well.

    say that you put $100 in the cup of a homeless person because you know others will see you as a kind and caring soul, and you might even get some "oh, i really admire good and thoughtful people" sex out of it. just because you migh stand to gain the most from the good act doesnt make it more good.

    of course, there is a difference between "doing good out of the kindness of my heart" good, and "doing good because it will benefit me as much as the people i helped".

    real life isnt like D&D where good and evil are (perhaps not so) clearly defined absolutes, and where good actions for selfish reasons are bad.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:44 No.13952891
    We can have dupes. Go for it.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:44 No.13952894

    Yep. New player joins established group with a Good character, neglects to find out what alignment they are beforehand. This causes some party conflict. All but the two longest running players eventually side with the new guy. The remaining players eventually fall out over who gets the powerful artefact, leading to them killing each other.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:44 No.13952902

    I always thought so too. Inside a cavern untouched by other civilizations surrounded by thousand-year old marvels of architecture? Blow it up to make a bridge across a chasm.

    If that isn't a PC plan I don't know what is.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:45 No.13952905
    Because it doesn't benefit others. He manipulates them to think so, but he's lying and doing it only so he can profit.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:46 No.13952919
    Also willing to capture choice targets to lure the PCs to his lair. Sadistic and will psychologically torture his victims before eating them. Also a lovely singing voice.

    A powerful sorcerer who is frustrated with his position as an important advisor to a bumbling, but ultimately benevolent ruler. Willing to prevent the daughter of that ruler to improve his chances of taking the throne, and will humiliate/kill any pesky PCs who get in his way. Uses both magic and his talents of persuasion.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:47 No.13952928

    Judge Doom wasn't the leader of Toon Town, was he? I thought he was part of some vaguely defined special part of law enforcement.

    But since you bring up live action films...
    Three infernalists return from the grave after the PCs accidentally summon them, seeking eternal life and youth by sacrificing the children of a town.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)21:48 No.13952939
    that should be
    >doesnt make it LESS good.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:48 No.13952943
    The Sanderson Sisters, from Hocus Pocus. God I love that movie.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:50 No.13952961
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    I dunno about you guys, but i see frollo as an inquisitor and gaston as a marine
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:50 No.13952970
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    dont forget commissar rapunzel
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:51 No.13952984
    He was given full control of the police and allowed to pass sentence and perform executions. For all intents and purposes he's in charge.

    Did anyone ever figure out the second one in >>13952691?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:52 No.13953000
    The second is Madam Mim, right?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:54 No.13953015
    Oh shit!
    And here I had used her myself upthread.
    Nice eye.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:54 No.13953021
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    Sorry, that one was mine. It was intended to be Mad Madam Mim from the Sword in the Stone, but I seem to have left out some of the description. Should have added "insane" and "shape shifter". Whoops!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:58 No.13953078
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    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)21:59 No.13953091
    A pair of greedy snake oil salesmen wish to kill the PC's pet in order to sell its component parts.


    The PCs' adopted father, a millionaire who wishes to exploit their psychic powers (it's been a long time, this may be inaccurate)

    An evil air conditioner.

    An embezzler who accidentally gave the PCs his ill-gotten fortune, and wishes to expose them for taking it

    A sadistic god from a rival pantheon, constantly torturing and disassembling his subjects within full view of the PCs, who are eventually dragged into his realm, and find that the nightmarish creatures he has made are actually quite kind

    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)21:59 No.13953095
    A greedy prince who rules in his brother's name while he is off fighting in a war drives the common people of his country into crime with his harsh rule. Has mother issues.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:00 No.13953105
    That would have been a good clue.

    A pretender to the throne, his advisor, and his local proxy working in concert to overtax his people to make up for feeling like the unfavorite child.
    A servant spiriting away wealthy heirs in order to claim his master's inheritance for himself.

    The rejected squire of a famous hero who uses his inventions and connections to have the hero shunned and his allies systematically murdered in order to create an opponent that even he can never overcome.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)22:00 No.13953114
    fucking smug and self-absorbed girl.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:00 No.13953115
    Here's another couple.

    The jailer of an escaped alien convict who, despite that alien's reformation and newly formed relationship with local lifeforms, simply seeks to return him to restore his position in the space police force.

    The rival of one of the main employees in a factory, who sets out to build a machine that will -- through draining the life from it's targets - increase production a thousandfold.

    (Moving on from movies, but into cartoon spinoffs):
    A medieval mechanical genius attempts to upset and get rid of the street urchin who is constantly throwing a monkey wrench into his plans.

    An air pirate seeks to get rid of the air delivery pilot that is always messing around in his affairs, whether by choice or by accident.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:01 No.13953123

    Fuck year, Mulan! Manliest movie about a chick ever made.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:01 No.13953132
    Whoa, synchronicity.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:02 No.13953136

    Prince John mind. Also Edgar and Syndrome.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:02 No.13953140
    The servant is the butler from The Aristocats!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:02 No.13953142
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    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:04 No.13953162

    Robin Hood?

    If I want to base a campaign based off of the Robin Jood legend, I'd use the Mel Brooks version instead.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:04 No.13953170
    A dog returns from the dead looking for revenge on his killer using an orphan girl who can talk to animals.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:05 No.13953176
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    SING IT!

    Let's get down to business, to defeat the Huns!
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:05 No.13953182
    -A stereotypical but bungling mad scientist and brutally efficient cohort that constantly appears and annoys the PCs with his rule-the-world schemes and gets away, but then finally gets his shit together and forms a truly effective plan to rule the world by amassing a nigh unstoppable super army that has been stealthily deployed across the world through food depots.

    And especially hates hairless vermin.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)22:05 No.13953183
    i see what you did there.

    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:06 No.13953186
    Not Disney, but All Dogs Go To Heaven.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:06 No.13953196
    Drakken from Kim Possible? That's the only thing that 'hairless rodents' points to to me.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:07 No.13953197
    Doc Terminus
    Not sure
    No idea
    The Huns
    Randall (and implicitly Waternoose)
    Don Karnage
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:07 No.13953201
    I thought I'd throw out a couple of easy ones.

    Try the rest.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:08 No.13953217
    A ruler of a hidden kingdom seeks a powerful technology that would allow him to dominate his region and infiltrate neighboring civilizations.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:09 No.13953228
    Ok, upon looking over the plot summary, I think I may have been way off on the Escape to Witch Mountain one, which...has a millionaire of some sort...and adopted parents to psychic children...

    I dunno.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:10 No.13953241

    >A pair of greedy snake oil salesmen wish to kill the PC's pet in order to sell its component parts.
    ... no idea.
    Again, no idea.
    >The PCs' adopted father, a millionaire who wishes to exploit their psychic powers (it's been a long time, this may be inaccurate)
    Escape to Witch Mountain?
    >An evil air conditioner.
    The Brave Little Toaster.
    >An embezzler who accidentally gave the PCs his ill-gotten fortune, and wishes to expose them for taking it
    Blank Check
    >A sadistic god from a rival pantheon, constantly torturing and disassembling his subjects within full view of the PCs, who are eventually dragged into his realm, and find that the nightmarish creatures he has made are actually quite kind
    Toy Story (the neighbor kid specifically)
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:11 No.13953257

    >The jailer of an escaped alien convict who, despite that alien's reformation and newly formed relationship with local lifeforms, simply seeks to return him to restore his position in the space police force.

    movie: Lilo and Stitch; don't remember the villains name.

    The rival of one of the main employees in a factory, who sets out to build a machine that will -- through draining the life from it's targets - increase production a thousandfold.

    This could be Monsters Inc...not sure though
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:12 No.13953270
    You have no idea...for...Man?

    From Bambi?

    But you got my mangled recollection of the plot of Escape from Witch Mountain?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:13 No.13953279
    Man is from Bambi.
    Is The Brave Little Toaster even Disney?
    Never heard of Blank Check.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:14 No.13953292

    Look 'em up.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)22:15 No.13953299
    nah. i didnt watch many kids movies when i was a kid. i mainly watched horror movies, and even later at night, the adult channel.

    both after my folks had gone to sleep of course.

    yes, having my room in the basement had its benefits.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:15 No.13953300
    An educated but thoroughly evil man who uses his unnatural eyes to instill fear in others. This obsession with fear has led to his construction of a Dark Carnvial, filled with the worst horrors and terrors he can muster. His greatest triumph is a concotion that has the power to twist any consuming it into nightmarish, unthinkng beasts to star in the ghastly spotlight of his hellish bigtop.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:17 No.13953330
    Oh god. That was one of the most nightmare-inducing movies of my childhood. That fucker would be a PERFECT villain for a horror campaign.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:18 No.13953342

    Professor Screweye.

    A demon trapped using druidic magic escapes and wreaks havoc on his former captors using new technology. He is also the most ludicrously charming thing in a hundred mile radius.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:19 No.13953356
    >>The rival of one of the main employees in a factory, who sets out to build a machine that will -- through draining the life from it's targets - increase production a thousandfold.

    I have a sneaking suspicion I've seen this, but I can't think what it might be.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:19 No.13953359

    >>13952541 here. How the fuck did I leave Tim Curry off my list? Wasn't sure if Ferngully was Disney, though.
    >> northern /k/ommando 02/18/11(Fri)22:19 No.13953361
    that movie was pretty damn good.

    fuck yeah, hexxus.

    dat tim curry.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:20 No.13953371
    That movie with the dinosaurs in it? It's been too long since I remembered the name.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:20 No.13953372
    Hexxus from Fern Gully (again not Disney).

    A defamed and exiled ascetic vows vengeance on the royal family who exiled him, selling his soul and losing his God-given healing gifts, becoming a wraith in the process, to be able to summon and manipulate demons to do his dirty work.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:20 No.13953376
    Neither We're Back nor FernGully are Disney.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:21 No.13953385
    Boy, oh, boy does that sounds like Rasputin.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:23 No.13953413

    Yeah, but we're running out of good Disney villains that haven't been used at this point.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:29 No.13953488
    A helpful-seeming community organizer who locks up passers-by in a tortuous prison to feed his belief in the worthlessness of people. Will sometimes take the hardiest of his prisoners and induct them into his special team of enforcers.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:35 No.13953562
    >And more...

    A race of energy aliens seeks to eradicate the last vestiges of humanity, fearing their technological advancement and capability.

    A young girl leaves her home in her society's rite-of-passage, heading to a seaside town where she meets snooty kids, a flying enthusiast and participates in a dirigible disaster.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:37 No.13953581
    Titan AE?
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:40 No.13953613
    Kiki's Delivery Service

    Mommy is sick! And a Goat with wierd eyes has blocked your way. Fucking goat.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:43 No.13953628
    Lion King = Hamlet.

    Prove me wrong.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:46 No.13953665
    You can read the entirety of Hamlet without anything really damning Claudius as an unsympathetic villain. Hamlet is just as bad as he is.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:48 No.13953690
    Fuck yes Titan AE.

    The Drej are the best hive-aliens in fiction. Any other opinion is wrong.
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)22:49 No.13953701
    I believe the fact that the Pride Lands don't even kind of resemble Denmark proves you wrong.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:50 No.13953704
    He's a Bishop or Cardinal in the English version I remember.

    But that isn't a pure Disney story of course
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:50 No.13953712
    I inherently hate energy beings.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:52 No.13953723
    ITT, all children's cartoons are Disney.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:53 No.13953737
    No idea about the goat.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:54 No.13953743
    They weren't really made of energy, whatever that "Pure energy" bollocks they spread around.

    If anything they were luminous matter. Or a light-based nervous system wrapped up in a fleshy shell.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)22:59 No.13953791
    A bureaucrat is given newfound powers by an evil god, who stole from the creator of the world. Now the bureaucrat seeks to become greater than any god, while the creator deity in question has found himself cast out of heaven and stuck in mortal form - having to use his knowledge of the world he created to help his allies save the world from the autocratic iron grip of the new dark lord.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)23:00 No.13953795
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    If the villains become Campaign villains, what would that make the heroes/heroines? Player Characters? Supporting cast for the PCs? Heroes in their own right? Different villains?
    >> Cerebrate Anon 02/18/11(Fri)23:14 No.13953931
    Mulan really ought to be dressed as Chinese institutionalized sexism, but that's a hard costume to design.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)23:27 No.13954101
    You're thinking of My Neighbor Totoro, there.
    >> Anonymous 02/18/11(Fri)23:49 No.13954348
    And Beauty and the Beast is about the French struggle against the nobility that would eventually lead to the revolution, through the eyes of a young girl raised on romanticized stories.
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)00:25 No.13954771
    This is why the the Imperium has the Black Ships flying everywhere! Fucking psykers!
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)00:34 No.13954875
    An inhuman woman who seeks to trap the PC's in a dream world for alien purposes, and is willing to resort to violence if need be.
    >whichoo supposed
    Captcha has an accent. Who knew?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)00:43 No.13954979
    A military general who accompanies the PCs on an expedition to a lost city as backup. Said general finds somthing of great magical power and attempts to use it as a weapon
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)00:45 No.13955000
    Then how did the Titan use them for power?
    ...Happily (N)Ever After?
    >> Anonymous 02/19/11(Sat)01:30 No.13955520
    This is... kind of hot. Needs Tia dressed as Dr. Facilier.

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