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Chopsaki 5/16/2013 1:38:32 AM

Weyoun was pretty great, he had this amazing knack for getting under your skin.

DarthBob 5/16/2013 5:04:20 AM

Not a bad list; I'd give an honorable mention to Commander Sela.  I liked her twisted backstory which I thought made her kind of unique.

Dazzler 5/16/2013 5:08:37 AM

With my last spit I spit at thee.  No beating that. 

jackwagon 5/16/2013 5:37:48 AM

Sela was criminally underused in TNG.  I don't think she could be put on a greatest villain list because there was no resolution or continuation of her character beyond Unification, Part II.  Had she returned for another episode or two (or even show up later on DS9) to bring her hatred of Picard full circle, then she could have been added.  Instead she got a neck pinch that knocked her out, and we never saw or heard from her again.

jedibanner 5/16/2013 6:14:07 AM

Loved the DS9 war and how they went more into realistic emotions and situations. Gene's hope was for a peacefull and bright future but what I liked about DS9 was that even if you want that, doesn't mean other species want the same thing and they fully showed how it can go really bad.

The scene with the DS9 station with all the weapons coming out to defend it, pure awsomness.

CyanideRush 5/16/2013 6:21:11 AM

 I agree with you list in large part Mike, but I'm certain my order would be different. Well done though.

goldeneyez 5/16/2013 6:39:53 AM

I feel like Commander Kruge (Christopher Lloyd) from Star Trek III should be on the list somewhere.  What about honorable mentions for Kor, Kang, and Koloth.  Gary Mitchell was a piece of work too.

Muenster 5/16/2013 7:17:36 AM

Pretty good list, but swap out the Gorn for the planet eater.

monkeyfoot 5/16/2013 7:19:17 AM

Goldeneyez, I wholeheartedly agree! Chang to me in his presentation and effects on the Enterprise and its crew is nothing compared to Kruge. Just like Montalban's Khan, Kruge was head and shoulder above others in personality. His every single act was the most ruthless and self serving you could imagine. He kills his lover. He kills his own crew members if they fail. He kills any random person that forwards his purpose (Kirk's son). And more impressively, Lloyd has some of the best lines of over-the-top villiany ever used in the Trek universe.

Kruge: [in Klingon] Kill one of them. I don't care which.

Kirk: You should take the Vulcan too.

Kruge: No.

Kirk: But why?

Kruge: Because you wish it.


Hands down, Kruge is the best Klingon villain!

fatpantz 5/16/2013 8:00:52 AM

I agree with Jedi. The reason DS9 was my favorite (next to the original) was that their villians were so great, and this list reflects that

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