Tuesday, April 19, 2016

Top Ten Villains Tag

Hey everybody!

I was nominated by Rebekah at Rebekah's Remarks  to do the Top Ten Villains tag! Thanks, Rebekah! Now, here are the rules;

  • LIST YOUR TOP TEN FAVORITE VILLAINS AND WHY YOU CHOSE THEM (THEY CAN BE FROM MOVIES OR BOOKS) I will be using a few villains from TV shows, as well. ;)

Here we go! These descriptions do contain spoilers. (Oh, and these are in no particular order.)

1). Khan from Star Trek: The Original Series - Khan is a reckless and powerful man with almost superhuman strength. He tries to take over the Enterprise and use it for bad. But Kirk defeats him and he and his people eventually beam off the starship onto another planet. But he returns in the movie Wrath of Khan. (Which is a very strange and disturbing movie with language, I'm going to tell you right now. I don't recommend it.)

2). Tash from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Last Battle - Tash was never in a movie, but that doesn't make him any less terrifying. This is Tash, the inexorable, the irresistible, haunting Narnia during its final days. 

3). King Sombra from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic - King Sombra took over the Crystal Empire and made all the ponies living there slaves to him, and they served under him for years. After being banished for a hundred years, he made his return and tried to get the crystal heart and regain power once again. 

4). Tigerstar from Warriors: The Prophecy Begins - Tigerstar was originally a Thunderclan cat who was hungry for power, and ended up murdering both of the deputies before him in order to get the position of deputy. After this, he started plotting to kill Bluestar. When he carried out that plan, it failed and he was banished from Thunderclan. After this, he brought rouge cats into the forest, and it was his fault that a huge battle happened in which many, many cats were lost.


5). Dr. Loveless from The Wild Wild West - This guy is the only returning bad-guy in the original series. For some reason, he just really, really, really doesn't like Jim West and many times, attempts to kill him. (He fails. Obviously.) 

6). Jonesy from the Trixie Belden series - Jonesey is Jim Frayne's evil and abusive stepfather that Jim eventually runs away from. He comes after Jim, ready to hunt him down and claim the fortune that he has just inherited as his own. Fortunately, he believes that Jim has died in the fire in the mansion and doesn't bother Jim again until book #16, when he comes back to once again try to get the money that Jim's family is supposed to get for his own. 

7). Thomas Jackson from the Elsie Dinsmore series - Thomas Jackson is a fortune hunter who tries to get Elsie's inheritance by marrying her. He does not succeed, but when he finds out that Elsie has married Travilla, he seeks revenge - even going so far as to try to kill Travilla. 

8). The Stepmother from Cinderella 2015 - *rolls eyes* Nobody likes her, nobody ever will. XD 

9). IT from A Wrinkle in Time - It's funny how I keep choosing villains that are from books that don't have movies so I have to put book covers. :P Anyway, IT is a very strange a complex villain. IT is smart, but IT is also hard to figure out. 

10). Bilbo from The Hobbit - Kidding, kidding, kidding!! XD 

And now, I tag...

And anybody else who wants to do it! I'll tell everybody that they are tagged tomorrow, it's midnight and I'm exhausted. XD

~Lydia~ <3 


  1. Thanks for nominating me! Instead of posting it on Lord's Girls, I'll be posting it on Reading Past My Bedtime (readingpastbedtimes.blogspot.com).

  2. Midnight? Whoaaa...I'd been asleep for hours by that point. XD What time did you end up going to bed?
    Thanks SO much for tagging me! This looks fun!

    1. I went to bed right after I finished the post, so probably about 12:30 by the time I got ready and stuff. ;)
      No problem! Can't wait to see your post! :)

      ~Lydia~ <3


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