You know what they say Owen, pay a man enough, and he'll walk barefoot into Hell.
~ David Xanatos to Owen Burnett on offering as much money as possible to move Castle Wyvern atop the Eyrie Building.
A gift here, a bribe there. When money talks, people listen. Like Stavros at the shipping company, or Schneider, the Interpol agent who looked the other way.
~ Lex Luthor explaining how he used his wealth to get his way.

Villains who are extremely wealthy and rich, and often use their money for antagonistic purposes. These villains also tend to be very authoritative and influential due to their wealth, which can get them whatever they can afford. Due to their wealth, they are often sophisticated due to having access to a better household and higher education, thus making them more refined and educated than poorer characters.

Many see themselves as immune to the law due to their ability to either bribe their way out of trouble or hiring teams of lawyers to do their bidding. Some wealthy villains are also decadent and have become corrupted by their money and social status. Most wealthy villains are usually involved in business in some way.

This category also includes villains who are millionaires, billionaires, or even trillionaires.

Wealthy people are the opposite of poor people.

All items (5110)

A
Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.