Don't talk back to me, you big blue lout! You will do whatever I order you to do... slave!
~ Jafar to Genie.

Villains who have acted as a mentor, boss, idol or other authority figure to a hero at some point. Often, they had a master/apprentice relationship prior to becoming enemies. Sometimes, these villains either brainwashed the heroes or forced them to do their bidding through slavery. In other cases, these villains can be a superior in the hero's workplace (e.g. Mr. Burns, Mr. Grasping and his colleagues), in a higher position of power in a social structure (e.g. Kent Mansley, Agatha Trunchbull, Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear, Principal Dwight and Mr. Krupp), or sometimes be a politician or law enforcer corrupted by their delusional beliefs or their desire for more power (e.g. Mayor Brown, Lord Business, Judge Claude Frollo, Chancellor Sutler and Mr. Creedy and The Nazi Officer). Master of Hero can overlap with Friends of the Hero or Related to Hero, especially since both capacities often provide a lot of room for developing mentor-student relationships.

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