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Admiral Ozzel, the power that closes in about your throat is the Force. It is my anger reaching forth to end your life... It is pointless to merely punish someone so useless. You have failed me for the last time, Admiral!
~ Darth Vader punishing Admiral Ozzel for his incompetence by choking him to death with the Force.


I get angrier for every problem you get wrong.
~ Baldi telling the player using the You Can Think! Pad that he becomes more aggressive each time they fail to solve a math problem.


(Grounder: Does this mean I'm not gonna be a paperweight?) It means, if you fail me, you're scrap metal! Get going!
~ Dr. Ivo Robotnik (AoStH) warning Scratch and Grounder not to fail him, or he will turn them into scrap metal.



A common type of villain who has little-to-no tolerance for failure whatsoever, and thus often acts in rage, killing or violently abusing their minions for failing to carry out their orders. Such villains also tend to warn their minions of the penalty if they fail them, which is most likely said punishment. Often goes hand-in-hand with cruel and oppressive Tyrants.

However, some of these villains can have a redeeming feature if they see one of their minions do something so evil, they see it as a failure. For example, when Garrosh Hellscream learned Overlord Krom'gar destroyed the Thal'Darah Grove, he killed Krom'gar for failure to secure the land and instead laying waste to it and slaughtering innocent people.

Since these villains generally don't accept defeat, similar to Cowards, they often died (should they indeed do so) in disgrace and, unlike the cowards, it is uncommon for them to die with honor.

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