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    BarbarianGuy

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    Default Re: 101 villains for superhero games

    117) The Sous-Chef: This culinary criminal is always working on a new recipe for disaster. Always a second to a more dangerous villian.
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    Default Re: 101 villains for superhero games

    118.) Shining Gold- A businessman who fancies himself to be a Batman or Iron Man style superhero. Unfortunately his idea of fighting crime is donning a pair of solid gold gauntlets and matching helmet and beating the tar out of people who he thinks have infringed on his company's trademarks and intellectual property.

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    BardGuy

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    119) Nine Lives Snitch -- only nominally a supervillain, he operates mostly as an information-broker and fence, buying and selling stolen good or information. He'll sell anyone out to anyone, if the price is right (which can include favors). He only still lives free because 1) he also sells out to the cops, and 2) he has a powerful regeneration ability, which also extends to his mind, enabling him to heal all the 'stitches' he gets for snitching on people, as well as effectively being immune to brain control (technically he is controlled, but only for a few seconds). Also, he sells info on those who hurt him very cheaply. He also sells out on villains he finds repugnant or overly violent, which is part of why he usually isn't in jail.
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    120.) The Code Authority- A cult of fanatics bent on taking over the world and forcing everyone to abide by their austere prudish victorian morality.

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