1. Post the picture
2. Thank the blogger who tagged you
3. List your top ten favorite villains and why you chose them
(they can be from movies or books)
4. Tag ten other bloggers.
Riiight. So, ten villains. These are probably not my favourite-est ones, but I couldn't remember any particular 'favourites' so I just found some ones I remember liking...for their evilness I guess. Villain's are a confusing bunch. They're not in any particular order...just the random order I thought them up in.
Guy de Gisborne - King Raven Trilogy. Honestly, I just felt sorry for Guy. He was just trying to do his job, but every time he guarded a wagon or two travelling through the forest it blows up in his face. EVERY TIME.
The Curse - Draven's Light. CREEPY. Really, really creepy. I loved this book massively. 'The Curse' was almost the best/creepiest/evilest baddie I've read about in a while.
Artemis Fowl (the younger version) - The Time Paradox. Having Artemis battling his younger self was rather interesting, and Artemis-the-younger-self was a pretty good villain. Plus, time travel is always good.
President Snow - The Hunger Games. He was just awful. Everything he did. Egh. *shudders*
Sauron - The Lord of the Rings. Yup, I couldn't do a bookish post without mentioning Tolkien. Sauron is just...Sauron...and Tolkien...do I need any more reason?
Hugo Bonvilain - Airman. I loved Airman, it had all my favourite stuff in it: cool characters, epic plot, evil villains, and, most of all, FLYING THINGS. Bonvilain was pretty evil, I mean, the stuff he did to all the characters! I really feel like re-reading that book. I've managed to resist so far though...
Witch Lady forgotten-'er-name - 100 Cupboards. She was good...er no, she was bad. But good at being bad.
Another Witch Lady forgotten-'er-name - The Silver Chair. Did she even have a name? 'Cause I honestly don't remember it in the slightest, and I've read Narnia (way) more than once. But, that aside, she was lovely and evil, and a great villain, and I'm running out of new things to say about these people...
(Nooo, there's still two more to go...Umm...)
The Green Goblin - Spiderman (2002). It did say they could be from movies too, and I've recently watched Spiderman for the first time. And...when I woke up the next morning I was very disappointed that I still needed glasses. (Meh, where's my spider?) So yeah, I really enjoyed it. The Green Goblin was rather evil.
(Just one more...you can do it Jane)
Dolores Umbridge - Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix. Oh boy, I can probably honestly say that I hated her more than Vol-- er You Know Who. She was just Horrible!
Phew, there we go, ten villains and I didn't even use any of my own. Thanks again, Lydia for tagging me.
Now I must apparently tag ten other bloggers...I won't be able to get that many, but nevertheless, I shall tag:
Sarah: Novus Papilio. Since you missed your monthly post in April, you'd better do two this month. :)
Jessica: Inspiration. Just 'cause you might be lacking in post ideas.
Katie Grace: A Writer's Faith. I've never actually tagged you before, but there's always a first time. Though I won't mind if you can't do it.
Hosanna Emily: Having a Heart Like His. Same goes for you. :P
If you don't want to do the tag, or if you can't fit it in with your blogging schedule, or if you've got some other legit excuse like their school work blowing up (note: that 'blowing up' was a metaphor) (Sarah, you don't [have a legit excuse]. Unless you literally blow up your school work), that's fine, I really don't mind. Also, if there's anyone else who wants to do this, please consider yourselves tagged. And be sure to check out my tag-ed-persons' blogs, they're all pretty cool.
If you haven't already, remember to stop by SS+S Naming Names and leave your vote. See you all Friday.