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|occupation = Rick killer (formerly)
 
|occupation = Rick killer (formerly)
 
|skills = Building robots
 
|skills = Building robots
|hobby = Killing Ricks
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|hobby = Killing Ricks.
|goals = Kill all Ricks
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|goals = Kill all Ricks.
|type of villain = Mastermind, Twin/Clone}}
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|type of villain = Mastermind}} {{Quote|Mortys have no chance of defeating a Rick|Evil Morty to Morty C-137}}
   
{{Quote|Mortys have no chance of defeating a Rick|Evil Morty to Morty C-137}}
 
 
'''Evil Morty''' is the main antagonist of the episode "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind" of the cartoon series ''Rick and Morty''. He is the creator of [[Evil Rick]] and the one truly responsible for the deaths of several Ricks for different universes.
 
'''Evil Morty''' is the main antagonist of the episode "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind" of the cartoon series ''Rick and Morty''. He is the creator of [[Evil Rick]] and the one truly responsible for the deaths of several Ricks for different universes.
   
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For an unknown reason, Evil Morty was intent on killing Ricks and torturing their Mortys. Using Evil Rick, Evil Morty successfully killed twenty-seven Ricks and kidnapped their Mortys. C-137 Rick was blamed for the deaths and was hunted by the [[Council of Ricks]]. 
 
For an unknown reason, Evil Morty was intent on killing Ricks and torturing their Mortys. Using Evil Rick, Evil Morty successfully killed twenty-seven Ricks and kidnapped their Mortys. C-137 Rick was blamed for the deaths and was hunted by the [[Council of Ricks]]. 
   
After the death of Evil Rick, the Council of Ricks returned the Rick-less Mortys to their families to live out the rest of their lives, including Evil Morty. By the time all the Mortys were boarding ships to depart to their lives, the Council of Ricks had discovered that Evil Rick was a remotely controlled robot that acted under the orders of someone else. The last time we see Evil Morty, he removes his eyepatch - which holds the transmitter for Evil Rick - and destroys it, revealing him to be the controller of Evil Rick. Evil Morty then turns to board the departing ships, looking identical to the rest of the Mortys
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After the death of Evil Rick, the Council of Ricks returned the Rick-less Mortys to their families to live out the rest of their lives, including Evil Morty. By the time all the Mortys were boarding ships to depart to their lives, the Council of Ricks had discovered that Evil Rick was a remotely controlled robot that acted under the orders of someone else. The last time we see Evil Morty, he removes his eyepatch - which holds the transmitter for Evil Rick - and destroys it, revealing him to be the controller of Evil Rick. Evil Morty then turns to board the departing ships, looking identical to the rest of the Mortys.
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==Gallery==
 
==Gallery==
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Evil Morty's Planet.jpg|The planet which Evil Rick's lair is hidden on, in the universe created by Evil Morty
 
Evil Morty's Planet.jpg|The planet which Evil Rick's lair is hidden on, in the universe created by Evil Morty
 
Tortured Mortus.jpg|Alternate Mortys strapped around the lair
 
Tortured Mortus.jpg|Alternate Mortys strapped around the lair

Revision as of 03:46, August 23, 2017

Mortys have no chance of defeating a Rick
~ Evil Morty to Morty C-137

Evil Morty is the main antagonist of the episode "Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind" of the cartoon series Rick and Morty. He is the creator of Evil Rick and the one truly responsible for the deaths of several Ricks for different universes.

History

Evil Morty made Evil Rick to cover him in case his plans were discovered. 

For an unknown reason, Evil Morty was intent on killing Ricks and torturing their Mortys. Using Evil Rick, Evil Morty successfully killed twenty-seven Ricks and kidnapped their Mortys. C-137 Rick was blamed for the deaths and was hunted by the Council of Ricks

After the death of Evil Rick, the Council of Ricks returned the Rick-less Mortys to their families to live out the rest of their lives, including Evil Morty. By the time all the Mortys were boarding ships to depart to their lives, the Council of Ricks had discovered that Evil Rick was a remotely controlled robot that acted under the orders of someone else. The last time we see Evil Morty, he removes his eyepatch - which holds the transmitter for Evil Rick - and destroys it, revealing him to be the controller of Evil Rick. Evil Morty then turns to board the departing ships, looking identical to the rest of the Mortys.

Gallery

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