Top 20 Buffyverse Monsters and Villains

15. The First Evil

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The First might have lacked a face, but the original evil of the universe was certainly a formidable big bad for Buffy‘s seventh and final season. That first scene, in particular, where it appears as all the previous big bads gets it the place alone.

 

14. D’Hoffryn

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Despite his demonic visage and status as the head of the Vengeance Demons, D’Hoffryn seemed to be an easy-going kind of hell beast most of the time. In season seven, however, he showed his true colours when Anya went against him.

 

13. Darla

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Appearing a couple of times in Buffy season one, Angel’s old flame Darla played a much bigger part on Angel – being resurrected as a human, turning into a vampire and then finally giving birth to her and Angel’s impossible son. We got to see a lot of different sides to her over time.

 

12. Caleb

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To make up for The First’s facelessness, Firefly‘s Nathan Fillion was brought at the tail-end of season seven to give the villain a spokesperson. And it completely worked, as Caleb the murderous misogynistic preacher was a real force to be reckoned with.

 

11. Lindsey McDonald

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Though Lindsey initially worked for Wolfram & Hart, he was more of a rogue player which earns him his own place here. Unlike W&H’s grand plans for the champion, Lindsey just hated Angel with a passion and wouldn’t rest until he had made the vampire pay.

 

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2 thoughts on “Top 20 Buffyverse Monsters and Villains

  1. Almost agree with the list. The gentlemen are the spookiest. But willow should be at 3. Spike at 2 is maybe overrated. Loved everything about him, but he was never really as bad as Angelus and Faith. The list is about badness, not hotness;-)

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    1. Haha hmmm I see your point actually. Faith probably is a better villain than Spike. I always think of Dark Willow as more of a tragic villain than a properly evil one so I guess that’s why she came a bit lower for me.

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