Harry Potter Evil Index

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Harry Potter Evil Index


Who's the baddest of them all

VOLDEMORT

WORK Harry Potter

PECADILLO Obsessed with immortality

EVIL TRADEMARK Bald

QUOTE "There is no good and evil, there is only power -- and those too weak to seek it."

UNDOING Backfiring spell

REAL-WORLD ANALOG Hitler

WORST CRIME Killing muggles

WEAKNESS Parents' love

FORCE OF GOOD Harry Potter

HANNIBAL LECTER

WORK The Silence of the Lambs

PECADILLO Cannibal

EVIL TRADEMARK Face mask

QUOTE "I ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti."

UNDOING None

REAL-WORLD ANALOG Jeffrey Dahmer

WORST CRIME Eating people

WEAKNESS Chatty Cathy

FORCE OF GOOD Clarice Starling

WICKED WITCH

WORK The Wizard of Oz

PECADILLO Coveting shoes

EVIL TRADEMARK Cackle

QUOTE "I'll get you, my pretties!"

UNDOING Melted by Dorothy

REAL-WORLD ANALOG Imelda Marcos

WORST CRIME Animal cruelty

WEAKNESS Water

FORCE OF GOOD Dorothy

DARTH VADER

WORK Star Wars

PECADILLO Strangling employees

EVIL TRADEMARK Wheezing

QUOTE "Luke, I am your father."

UNDOING Sacrifices himself for his son, Luke

REAL-WORLD ANALOG Stalin

WORST CRIME Severing son's hand

WEAKNESS Fatherly love

FORCE OF GOOD Luke Skywalker

PATRICK BATEMAN

WORK American Psycho

PECADILLO Business-card envy

EVIL TRADEMARK Tailored suits

QUOTE "Did you know I'm utterly insane?"

UNDOING None

REAL-WORLD ANALOG Bernie Madoff

WORST CRIME Rape and murder

WEAKNESS Possibly having imagined the whole thing? …

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