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They are tools of the Dark Arts and were first classified as https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Unforgivable_Curses The Evil Wiki Welcome to The Evil Wiki The Evil Wiki is an encyclopedia that lists all the fictitious (not real) villainous objects and methods and locations (technological or magical or otherwise) used by fictional evildoers for personal https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/The_Evil_Wiki Behelit The Behelit, also sometimes called the "Beherit", is an artifact in the manga and anime Berserk. It is a small, oval object resembling an egg with a set of human facial features scattered randomly across https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Behelit Damballa Chant The Damballa Chant is an arcane and forbidden form of voodoo magic used to call forth the power of the ancient voodoo sky god Damballa and it is featured in the Child's Play horror https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Damballa_Chant Villainous Breakdown Villainous Breakdown is the opposite of Heroic Breakdown and is the extreme situation where a villain or an antagonist goes absolutely crazy. They may often go into a fit of blind fury, although an insane https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Villainous_Breakdown Lostbelts The Lostbelts (in Japanese: 異聞帯) are supernatural alternate dimensions and the main setting of Fate/Grand Order: Cosmos in the Lostbelt. The Lostbelts are considered by the world itself to be failed timelines https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Lostbelts Yangire Yangire (also referred to "Cute and Psycho") is a Japanese term used to refer to normal people who suddenly become violent, sometimes due to a past trauma. Yangires are very similar to Yanderes, both are https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Yangire Category:Galleries These are the list of galleries that present fictional antagonistic objects and places (especially those belonging to fictitious evildoers) within their respective pages. https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Category:Galleries Villains' Defeats/Gallery The Evil House's ultimate demise as the Simpson family watches it preternaturally imploding itself into nothingness. Aku is stabbed in the head and finally vanquished by Samurai Jack after returning to the past with https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Villains'_Defeats/Gallery Evil Grin/Gallery The Grinch's famous evil grin. The Joker's iconic evil smile. https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Evil_Grin/Gallery Arkenstone The Arkenstone, also known as "The King's Jewel", the "Arkenstone of Thrain" and the "Heart of the Mountain", was a wondrous gem sought by Thorin Oakenshield in J. R. R. Tolkien's The Hobbit https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Arkenstone Evil Grin The Evil Grin is a very common theme in fiction dealing with villains and is comparable in many ways to the equally famous "Evil Laugh". However, the "Evil Grin" is normally silent and is meant https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Evil_Grin Herobrine Summoning Shrine A Herobrine Summoning Shrine, also known as a Herobrine Summoner or a Herobrine Shrine, is a supposed way to summon the villainous Herobrine into your world in the game Minecraft. While the shrine does not https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Herobrine_Summoning_Shrine Category:About Villains You may sometimes think about "What were the first villains like?" or "How many ways can the evil laugh be written?" If you think those things, this is the section for you! https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Category:About_Villains Pure Evil The Pure Evil villains (also commonly known as Devils in Person and Complete Monsters) are the most vile and worst typ of villains, the wrongdoers who are completely wicked. And for this kind of villain https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Pure_Evil Villainous Breakdown/Gallery Prince Aragon's villainous breakdown during his transformation. The Joker's villainous breakdown. https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Villainous_Breakdown/Gallery Shadow Realm (Yu-Gi-Oh!) The Shadow Realm is a euphemistic expression specifically designed by 4Kids for the English dubbed version of the Yu-Gi-Oh! anime franchise. It is especially used as a euphemistic expression of death. It is https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Shadow_Realm_(Yu-Gi-Oh!) Even Evil Has Standards Even Evil Has Standards is one of several important villain–related phenomenon borrowed in name from TVTropes.org. This refers to any situation where an evil character takes offense to an action by another wrongdoer https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Even_Evil_Has_Standards Moral Event Horizon The "Moral Event Horizon", or "MEH" for short, refers to an action by wrongdoer that is so vile that it usually eliminates the audience's sympathy for the villain and makes it clear that they https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Moral_Event_Horizon Moral Event Horizon/Examples Fanon examples, as they would confuse the reader., Certain flawed actions that condone by characters that confirmed not evil nor antagonistic won't be ever counted as act of MEH if the said actions not https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Moral_Event_Horizon/Examples Revealing the Monster Within One of the most common moments in storytelling, there comes a time when the villain reveals the monster within which is an opposite to revealing the angel within. In other words, this means he or https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Revealing_the_Monster_Within Corrupting the Innocent Corrupting the Innocent is a term regarding a villain who ruined a person's innocence as means to sway them into pawns or minions. Acts of Corrupting the Innocent can be compared with acts of https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Corrupting_the_Innocent Hell (theology) Hell, also known as the Underworld, Hades, the Netherworld, the Abyss and countless other names, is the supernatural realm of evil and the domain of The Devil and his legions of demons and the damned https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Hell_(theology) Revealing the Monster Within/Gallery Charles Muntz reveals his true colors by having gone completely crazy and killed several innocent people just because he was paranoid that they were going to steal "his" bird, and will stop at nothing until https://evil.fandom.com/wiki/Revealing_the_Monster_Within/Gallery Back 1 2 3 4 5 6 Next Related Wiki Terraria Wiki Gaming 30K pages 10K images 0 videos The Official Terraria Wiki is a comprehensive resource containing information about all versions of Re-Logic's action-adventure sandbox game, Terraria. 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