A comprehensive list of Disney Villains, ranked from most to least evil.
The Main Weapons in a Disney Villain's Arsenal
1. The Spell/The Curse This can take many forms, it may cause the victim to fall into a hundred-year slumber, fall in love with a sea witch or, loose their voice and enter a contractual obligance to an eternity as a Seaweed. The spell is usually delivered by a staff or chant.
2. Poison Sometimes one and the same with the spell, this weapon is favoured mostly by the female villain. A good villainette always has a fully stocked potion cabinet. Poisons are rarely fatal and can usually be combated by a true loves kiss. Poisons are usually delivered in the most innocent looking receptacle, a shiny red apple for example.
3. The Cage Many Disney villains favour imprisonment itself as a form of weapon. In the typical procrastinative style of the Disney villain, the cage is intended as a stop gap between capture and eventual punishment. However escape from a DV's cage is fairly simple. Budget crunches usually mean the locks are fragile and can even be picked with a lizards tail.
4. The Henchmen/ The Sidekick Blood isn’t easy to get out, especially from a purple velvet cape. As a result many DVs delegate the actual killing to a person or persons under their employ. However little training and education mean that the henchmen are very rarely effective. They can usually be overcome with a degree of ease. The DV is never happy to hear of the failures of it's employees, the henchmen is an unfortunate and highly abused soul. NB from UA: Flotsam and Jetsam are the only henchmen who have been successful in all of their DV's tasks
5. The Elaborate Scheme This is usually reserved for the super intelligent DV. A process is carefully calculated to lead to the victims demise. Famous elaborate schemes include, inducing water buffalo stampedes and the development of a 'music record' tripped, multi-weaponed contraction. Although theatrical and devilish, the elaborate scheme requires constant surveillance, especially at its later stages. The monologue-and-leave approach is often thwarted. - GemLil x