If I recall correctly, that was Siren Head on the radio commenting about how he killed one of Freddy's friends.
The Siren Head from the 2020 game is not a Generic Doomsday Villain as it is shown to be a sadistic monster who takes delight in taunting Freddy Anderson over the deaths of his friends and even suggesting that he gives up at one point. It is heavily implied that Siren Head was the one who killed Freddy's friends. Unlike the mythos themselves, the game even has a plot:
"You are Freddy Anderson, a local high school student going camping with some friends since its summer break. You dreadfully go to the outdoors for some fun but when you are the last one to arrive, you feel something isn't right with this place. Where did everyone go?"
Basically, the plot of the game is that during summer break, Freddy and his friends go camping for fun, but when he is the last one to arrive, he notices that something is wrong and that his friends are missing, so he tries to search for them and find out what happened to them.
Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear from Toy Story 3. While he was replaced by Daisy because she lost him, which may seem like something sad that happened to a toy, he never acknowledged that he was replaced because she loved him and because he was her favorite toy, even exaggerating to Chuckles that they were all replaced by her, even ripping off Big Baby's medallion and forcing him to leave Daisy behind even though she didn't replace Big Baby nor Chuckles.
Besides, that doesn't justify any of his worst actions; because of the philosophy he came to believe that toys ultimately have no purpose, he took control of Sunnyside and allowed the toys in the Caterpillar Room to be tortured by the toddlers there since they didn't know how to properly play with toys, while Lotso and his cohorts remained in the Butterfly Room where they were played with properly. He kept lying to Big Baby that Daisy abandoned them when in fact, Lotso abandoned her because he didn't accept the fact that he was the only one of the three who was replaced by her. He tried to get Buzz Lightyear to join him in the Butterfly Room and leave his friends behind to be tortured in the Caterpillar Room, and when he refused, Lotso had his minions mind-control him to force him to join his side.
Even when pointed out by Woody that his Freudian Excuse is No Excuse, he didn't have any remorse for his atrocities, even breaking Big Baby's pendant and shoving him with his mallet not long after. However, that's not the worst of it; that happens when he leaves Andy's toys to die in the incinerator after they saved his life from being ripped apart in the shredder.
If a villain is only loyal for pragmatic reasons, then it's not redeeming.
What might help is if the filmmakers added additional scenes that explain why Runeard believed what he did about magic, and further explain why he hated the Northuldra so much. How did he treat his family? What was his endgame goal for the Northuldra? Could he have had good intentions but went about it the wrong way? The film reveals that he felt that magic would make people defy their king, but it doesn't seem to go further than that concerning him.
In DreamWorks and Netflix's Tales of Arcadia, General Val Morando from 3Below: The full potential of his menace was completely wasted after he merged with Gaylen's Core and became a self-proclaimed god. Using Gaylen's Core, he wanted to remake the universe. Unfortunately, we never see a full demonstration of his power. We see some of it, but it's ultimately not enough, as we never even see what the universe would've looked like after Morando remade it. To be honest, I would've changed it so he used a black hole to rip apart an entire galaxy, use natural disasters to attempt genocide on humanity, and make the entire universe rotate around himself as he begins to remake the universe in his own image (and, in addition, Morando not being fully merged with Gaylen's Core and Aja's mind enters the core where his mind is, she wins, and she fully merges with the core instead of him, and then uses her new powers to restore the universe to its natural state and finish Morando for everything he's done).
I honestly think that Morgana and even Gunmar, both from Trollhunters, had better writing than Morando did. Gunmar took the Staff of Avalon and used it to free Morgana, who, in turn, killed dozens of Gumm-Gumms much to Angor Rot's horror, and created the Eternal Night to begin her domination over the planet Earth, and it's made very clear that if Gunmar and Morgana weren't stopped in time, the whole world would be doomed. I certainly hope the villain of Wizards is written very well (no one is perfect, we all make mistakes) and doesn't become an empty plot hole (like Grogar from My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic because "Grogar" from Season 9 turned out to be Discord all along, whose powers were drain by Queen Chrysalis, Lord Tirek, and Cozy Glow, using the Bewitching Bell, so they could take over Equestria themselves, and the real Grogar has already been defeated long ago).
A very bad and underwhelming finale in Trollhunters would've been if "Morgana" turned out to be NotEnrique all along and Gunmar, Angor Rot, and Queen Usurna use the Staff of Avalon to drain all of his powers and use it to try to take over the world themselves, with the real Morgana having already been defeated long ago.
After reading all of this, I could go either way.
Not a bad idea, there. I, myself, was bothered by pages without infoboxes as well.
Here's another idea: if this extra infobox components is accepted, and there are too many friends and enemies in the Villain infobox of a particular villain, we could just add the Scroll box to those sections.
You make some good points, there, Inferno. I think I might reconsider my vote, and if this suggestion is rejected, I'll probably propose for those sections to be removed from the Hero Infobox in the Heroes Wiki as well when I have the time.
Needless to say, I enjoyed that movie, but going back to the discussion, I can see why he's not listed. Out of that list, however, I think I might end up going with Lotso. We would expect that he'd push the button after Woody and Buzz saved his life, but he left them to burn in the incinerator.
I forgive you.
That's pretty rude of you to say that, Malik.
I'll go with yes. Those sections are in the Hero Infobox in the Heroes Wiki, so we might as well do the same here.
Besides, if there's categories like "Parents", "Siblings", or "Spouses", we might need to know who a villain is related to so we can make sure said villain belongs in those categories. If there's no sections for a villain's relationships, it might not hurt to add their allies and enemies to the infobox as well.
If there are serious spoilers for the character, the Spoilers template can be added as long as the villain's work is less than six months old, and the reader would be spoiled anyway is he or she reads the articles. All articles in this wiki do have some spoilers in them, by the way.
For me, it's Axlerod. His true nature was never exposed until the film's climax, and Mater was the one who exposed him.
Pure Evil and Complete Monster are different terms for the same type of villain. We use the term "Pure Evil"; TV Tropes uses the term "Complete Monster". Also, the reason reviews mentioning TV Tropes were pulled down was because their criteria does not affect our criteria.
Yes, and detailed as well. However, it's best if your reviews are written in your own words and not copy-pasted from the Pure Evil proposal you're voting on.
Like I said, admins will only add you to the list if you are trustworthy enough with the Pure Evil category. This has to do with your commentaries in PE proposals, your time active in the wiki, and what edits you've done. To learn more about this, click here.
To my knowledge, it's the first villain who appears in the story.
I don't know yet about alternate universe villains, but I believe I'll ask one of the admins about that. Also, if you don't know what "whitelisted" means, it means that only the users who are listed in the Pure Evil Permissions are allowed to make Pure Evil Proposals because they are the only ones who are trustworthy enough. Only admins can add a user to the list, but it's best not to ask them to whitelist you because it's wrong and will result in you getting blocked. It's in the link below.