Some anime villains will go to any length to fulfill their malicious purposes.
Moreover, while these antagonists may have different motives, they are quite similar in disregarding others' needs and safety.
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Here is a list of anime's worst villains of all time.
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- Griffith (Berserk)
- Shou Tucker (Fullmetal Alchemist)
- Light Yagami (Death Note)
- Father (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
- The Major (Hellsing)
- Frieza (Dragon Ball Z)
Griffith is one of those villains who appear to be humble and innocent. However, they strike their opponents with the greatest terror. Moreover, he manipulates people into following him.
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Shou Tucker (Fullmetal Alchemist)
Despite only appearing in a few episodes, Shou Tucker left a terrifying impression on the public. In addition, he is one of the most hated villains in the anime community as he sacrificed his daughter, Nina, for his chimera research. Nina ended up marrying Alexander, their dog.
Light Yagami (Death Note)
Although Light is the 'protagonist' of Death Note, he is truly the series' main antagonist. While initially, he used the Death Note to murder the worst criminals, later he began using it to murder anyone who discovered his secret.
Father (Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood)
Father was the creator of the homunculus. However, he sacrificed an entire country to advance in power. He does it to absorb the power of God, and can even kill his children, the Homunculus, in order to accomplish his purposes.
The Major (Hellsing)
The Major is a nazi and a major narcissist. He was also the former first lieutenant of Adolf Hitler. Furthermore, he initiated a bloodbath in London to satisfy a grievance that dates back over half a century.
Frieza (Dragon Ball Z)
Frieza was the most powerful opponent to Goku in the series. He is also responsible for the total Saiyan race's extermination. He has also sparked many invasions on Earth.