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  • Which one of these so-called "seven deadly sins" best fit which Villains for their heinous acts of cruelties?

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    • 3Disney6Fan5 wrote:
      Which one of these so-called "seven deadly sins" best fit which Villains for their heinous acts of cruelties?

      Thats a Good quastion

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    • Well, definitely Envy for the Evil Queen

      Sloth for Scar

      Wrath for Hades

      Lust for Gaston

      Gluttony for Ursula (she is excessive for power, not food)

      Pride for Jafar

      Greed for Cruella

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    • See this video:

      Omen

      Omen

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    • I thing is pride.. I du no, he only wants respect and look like a Hero

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    • Here are my list:

      Envy - Evil Queen, Drizella and Lady Tremaine (Anastasia would later be "absolved" of this), Facilier, King Candy/Turbo

      Sloth - Scar

      Lust - Gaston (interested in Belle), Claude Frollo (lusted for Esmeralda)

      Gluttony - Uruala (power), Shenzi, Banzai and Ed (food)

      Greed - Cruella De Vil, Ratcliffe

      Wrath - Maleficent, Hades, Shan Yu

      Pride - Jafar, Claude Frollo, Chi-Fu (misogyny can be considered hubris), Gothel, King Candy/Turbo, Hans

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    • Normally I do not respond to these comments, but this is something I have been considering for some time, and I want to get my opinion out. Although many of the Disney Villains display multiple sins (and many of you have good reasons why you ranked them the way you did), here is my list of who I feel best represent each of the deadly sins and why.

      Note: this list focuses only on the main villains of the original films.

      Lust: Judge Frollo-Though he was morally flawed to begin with, his lust for Esmeralda drove him to commit the atrocities he did in the second half of the film...he tried to burn down a home with the family inside!

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Gaston

      Gluttony: Jafar-His evil acts were motivated by an unquenchable hunger for power; it is the theme of his three wishes (first he wanted to be sultan, then the world’s most powerful sorcerer, and finally an omnipotent genie). This excess-coupled with his arrogance- and would lead to his downfall.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: None that I can think of at the moment.

      Sloth: Scar-I have to agree with everyone else on this one, because he had the hyenas do all his dirty work (except for killing Mufasa), and tried to shift the blame for his actions on others, first on his own nephew and then his hyena henchmen.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Prince John (has his henchman carry out his plans)

      Greed: Governor Radcliffe-His sole passion in life was wealth, and he travelled halfway around the world in search of gold and prestige. He was willing to manipulate (the colonists of Jamestown) or eliminate (the Powhatan tribe) anyone who stood in his way of the gold that Pocahontas and her people, who he considered inferior, never had.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Edgar Balthazar, Prince John, Jafar, Doctor Facilier

      Envy: Lady Tremaine-Of all the villains guilty of the sin of envy (and there are a great deal), she has to be the worst perpetrator. She is proof that murder is not necessary to cause misery to a perceived rival. While other jealous villains sought to eliminate their perceived rivals, she went out of her way and beyond  to deprive Cinderella of any happiness in life, even when she had nothing to gain other than see her poor stepdaughter suffer. Truly despicable.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Evil Queen, Scar, Doctor Facilier

      Wrath: The Queen of Hearts-Not much explanation is needed here; anything done to set off her hair-trigger temper, no matter how trivial, and it’s her personal mantra: “off with your head!”

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Captain Hook, Maleficent, Cruella De Vil, Shere Khan, Ratigan, Ursula, Hades, Yzma

      Pride: Gaston-Many (if not all) villains are prideful, but Gaston is undoubtedly the Disney embodiment of narcissism. He believes he is entitled to the best of everything because of his good looks, such as marrying Belle, who he considers the most beautiful girl in the village. He is angered when Belle refuses him, thereby damaging his ego, and planned to have her father thrown into an insane asylum if she did not marry him. He is furious that Belle would rather be with Beast than him, and wanted to kill him so that he could take her by force. There is a kind of irony with Gaston; despite Beast’s appearance, behind Gaston’s supposedly handsome facade was the true monster in Beauty and the Beast.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Almost every other villain, since they feel entitled to do what they do to get what they want.

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    • Often People are driven to do bad things for more then more then just one Sin, so it's about what Sin'S drove in individual Villen to do what, just saying.

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    • We're all talking about the 7 Deadly Sins, right? Because of: 
      Omen

      Omen

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    • MissFitt wrote:

      Normally I do not respond to these comments, but this is something I have been considering for some time, and I want to get my opinion out. Although many of the Disney Villains display multiple sins (and many of you have good reasons why you ranked them the way you did), here is my list of who I feel best represent each of the deadly sins and why.

      Note: this list focuses only on the main villains of the original films.

      Lust: Judge Frollo-Though he was morally flawed to begin with, his lust for Esmeralda drove him to commit the atrocities he did in the second half of the film...he tried to burn down a home with the family inside!

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Gaston

      Gluttony: Jafar-His evil acts were motivated by an unquenchable hunger for power; it is the theme of his three wishes (first he wanted to be sultan, then the world’s most powerful sorcerer, and finally an omnipotent genie). This excess-coupled with his arrogance- and would lead to his downfall.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: None that I can think of at the moment.

      Sloth: Scar-I have to agree with everyone else on this one, because he had the hyenas do all his dirty work (except for killing Mufasa), and tried to shift the blame for his actions on others, first on his own nephew and then his hyena henchmen.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Prince John (has his henchman carry out his plans)

      Greed: Governor Radcliffe-His sole passion in life was wealth, and he travelled halfway around the world in search of gold and prestige. He was willing to manipulate (the colonists of Jamestown) or eliminate (the Powhatan tribe) anyone who stood in his way of the gold that Pocahontas and her people, who he considered inferior, never had.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Edgar Balthazar, Prince John, Jafar, Doctor Facilier

      Envy: Lady Tremaine-Of all the villains guilty of the sin of envy (and there are a great deal), she has to be the worst perpetrator. She is proof that murder is not necessary to cause misery to a perceived rival. While other jealous villains sought to eliminate their perceived rivals, she went out of her way and beyond  to deprive Cinderella of any happiness in life, even when she had nothing to gain other than see her poor stepdaughter suffer. Truly despicable.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Evil Queen, Scar, Doctor Facilier

      Wrath: The Queen of Hearts-Not much explanation is needed here; anything done to set off her hair-trigger temper, no matter how trivial, and it’s her personal mantra: “off with your head!”

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Captain Hook, Maleficent, Cruella De Vil, Shere Khan, Ratigan, Ursula, Hades, Yzma

      Pride: Gaston-Many (if not all) villains are prideful, but Gaston is undoubtedly the Disney embodiment of narcissism. He believes he is entitled to the best of everything because of his good looks, such as marrying Belle, who he considers the most beautiful girl in the village. He is angered when Belle refuses him, thereby damaging his ego, and planned to have her father thrown into an insane asylum if she did not marry him. He is furious that Belle would rather be with Beast than him, and wanted to kill him so that he could take her by force. There is a kind of irony with Gaston; despite Beast’s appearance, behind Gaston’s supposedly handsome facade was the true monster in Beauty and the Beast.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Almost every other villain, since they feel entitled to do what they do to get what they want.


      Great post!

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We're all talking about the 7 Deadly Sins, right? Because of: 
      Omen

      Omen

      Uh.... why did you post the same video twice on the same thread?

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We're all talking about the 7 Deadly Sins, right? Because of: 
      Omen

      Omen

      Uh.... why did you post the same video twice on the same thread?

      So you guys can get on the point on this

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We're all talking about the 7 Deadly Sins, right? Because of: 
      Omen

      Omen

      Uh.... why did you post the same video twice on the same thread?
      So you guys can get on the point on this

      That could be qualified as spamming, though.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      We're all talking about the 7 Deadly Sins, right? Because of: 
      Omen

      Omen

      Uh.... why did you post the same video twice on the same thread?
      So you guys can get on the point on this
      That could be qualified as spamming, though.

      Sorry

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    • I just re-realized Frollo is an excellent candidate for Lust. Even more than Gaston. He didn't sing a whole song about how Belle tempted him like Frollo.

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    • That's very true. He hated Esmerelda's people, yet he lusted for her. He was determined to do what ever he could to get her and got driven into madness.He even try and burn her at the stake. He did say that she can decide to be his wife, yet she spat in his face. She than damaged his ego and decided to kill her. So yes, he's an excellent candidte for lust. Well said, JayTehSpongetta.

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    • When you think about it of all the Seven Deadly Sins the one that is least common is Lust, probbobly because Disney is very popular with the kids.

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    • Well ,that's also true. I'm sure that if parents watched and found out there was lust in the movie, I'm pretty sure that that's forbid their kids from watching it and write a letter to Disney.

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    • Karenerskine wrote:
      That's very true. He hated Esmerelda's people, yet he lusted for her. He was determined to do what ever he could to get her and got driven into madness.He even try and burn her at the stake. He did say that she can decide to be his wife, yet she spat in his face. She than damaged his ego and decided to kill her. So yes, he's an excellent candidte for lust. Well said, JayTehSpongetta.

      Yeah, he was pretty crazy. He sort of deserved his "horrific" death. Thanks!

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      When you think about it of all the Seven Deadly Sins the one that is least common is Lust, probbobly because Disney is very popular with the kids.


      We're here to find out what makes every Villains resentful, despicable, hateful, and...well, evil. Don't pin this on Disney.

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    • 3Disney6Fan5 wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      When you think about it of all the Seven Deadly Sins the one that is least common is Lust, probbobly because Disney is very popular with the kids.

      We're here to find out what makes every Villains resentful, despicable, hateful, and...well, evil. Don't pin this on Disney.

      Wait, how was he pinning something on Disney? I see nothing wrong with Wolf's post. He was just saying you wouldn't find a Disney villian who personificates Lust strongly because Disney is more known for having wholesome media meant for families.

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    • Oh. Nevermind. I was outta line.

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    • 3Disney6Fan5 wrote:
      Oh. Nevermind. I was outta line.

      Re-reading things is always beneficial. ^^

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    • Oh,yeah.

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    • JayTehSpongetta wrote:
      MissFitt wrote:

      Normally I do not respond to these comments, but this is something I have been considering for some time, and I want to get my opinion out. Although many of the Disney Villains display multiple sins (and many of you have good reasons why you ranked them the way you did), here is my list of who I feel best represent each of the deadly sins and why.

      Note: this list focuses only on the main villains of the original films.

      Lust: Judge Frollo-Though he was morally flawed to begin with, his lust for Esmeralda drove him to commit the atrocities he did in the second half of the film...he tried to burn down a home with the family inside!

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Gaston

      Gluttony: Jafar-His evil acts were motivated by an unquenchable hunger for power; it is the theme of his three wishes (first he wanted to be sultan, then the world’s most powerful sorcerer, and finally an omnipotent genie). This excess-coupled with his arrogance- and would lead to his downfall.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: None that I can think of at the moment.

      Sloth: Scar-I have to agree with everyone else on this one, because he had the hyenas do all his dirty work (except for killing Mufasa), and tried to shift the blame for his actions on others, first on his own nephew and then his hyena henchmen.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Prince John (has his henchman carry out his plans)

      Greed: Governor Radcliffe-His sole passion in life was wealth, and he travelled halfway around the world in search of gold and prestige. He was willing to manipulate (the colonists of Jamestown) or eliminate (the Powhatan tribe) anyone who stood in his way of the gold that Pocahontas and her people, who he considered inferior, never had.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Edgar Balthazar, Prince John, Jafar, Doctor Facilier

      Envy: Lady Tremaine-Of all the villains guilty of the sin of envy (and there are a great deal), she has to be the worst perpetrator. She is proof that murder is not necessary to cause misery to a perceived rival. While other jealous villains sought to eliminate their perceived rivals, she went out of her way and beyond  to deprive Cinderella of any happiness in life, even when she had nothing to gain other than see her poor stepdaughter suffer. Truly despicable.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Evil Queen, Scar, Doctor Facilier

      Wrath: The Queen of Hearts-Not much explanation is needed here; anything done to set off her hair-trigger temper, no matter how trivial, and it’s her personal mantra: “off with your head!”

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Captain Hook, Maleficent, Cruella De Vil, Shere Khan, Ratigan, Ursula, Hades, Yzma

      Pride: Gaston-Many (if not all) villains are prideful, but Gaston is undoubtedly the Disney embodiment of narcissism. He believes he is entitled to the best of everything because of his good looks, such as marrying Belle, who he considers the most beautiful girl in the village. He is angered when Belle refuses him, thereby damaging his ego, and planned to have her father thrown into an insane asylum if she did not marry him. He is furious that Belle would rather be with Beast than him, and wanted to kill him so that he could take her by force. There is a kind of irony with Gaston; despite Beast’s appearance, behind Gaston’s supposedly handsome facade was the true monster in Beauty and the Beast.

      (Dis)honorable mentions: Almost every other villain, since they feel entitled to do what they do to get what they want.


      Great post!

      Agree.

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    • Which of these sins is most common amongst the typical Villains?

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    • Probably greed.

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    • I think it's Pride wich is called the Mother Of All Sins.

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    • Wolf 91 wrote:
      I think it's Pride wich is called the Mother Of All Sins.

      I don't get I thought Pride is a good thing

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    • Walt Disney, Jr. wrote:
      Wolf 91 wrote:
      I think it's Pride wich is called the Mother Of All Sins.
      I don't get I thought Pride is a good thing

      Not always.

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    • Pride is good to a certain degree. It becomes a problem when the person believes he is better or more entitled to something (such as a possession, position, or some other object of value) than others. In other words, bad pride is basically having a big ego. Virtually all villains are guilty of the sin of pride because they feel they can do whatever they want regardless of who is harmed. 

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    • A great example is Gaston. Most good-looking guy = the best of everything. He had a huge ego. So Pride is probably the deadliest.

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    • I often wonder wich Sin causes others to be Sadistic?

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    • It seems as though most (if not ALL) disney villians commit the deadly sin of pride (aka arrogance), this factor could also prove the reason why many of them die at the end of their respective films, whilst ALL are defeated.

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    • Envy is a good description for Yokai.

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    • Joseph8 wrote:
      Envy is a good description for Yokai.

      Wrath fits him more because of what happened to Abigail.

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    • Joseph8 wrote: Envy is a good description for Yokai.

      How was he envious?

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    • Maleficent - Pride Hades - wrath Evil Queen and Turbo -Envy Cruella and Scar - Greed Kaa - Gluttony The ugly sisters - Sloth Frollo - Lust

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    • Seven Deadly Sins List

      • Captain James Hook - Wrath
      • Ursula - Gluttony
      • Governor Ratcliffe - Greed
      • The Evil Queen Grimhilde - Envy
      • Scar - Sloth
      • Maleficent - Pride
      • Judge Claude Frollo - Lust
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    • Shan Yu for Wrath definitely. Plenty of the Disney villains are murderers, but Shan Yu is the only mass murderer

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    • Evil Queen is Pride

      Maleficent is Wrath

      Kaa is Gluttony

      Claude Frollo is Lust

      Jafar is Envy

      Yzma is Sloth

      Dr. Facilier is Greed


      I'm Envy

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    • and What is the Kenge's sin in pride, wrath, gluttony, lust, envy, sloth, greed?

      http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Kenge

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    • Suchomimus12 wrote: Evil Queen is Pride

      Maleficent is Wrath

      Kaa is Gluttony

      Claude Frollo is Lust

      Jafar is Envy

      Yzma is Sloth

      Dr. Facilier is Greed


      I'm Envy

      Eh, Maleficent came across more as "pride", far more than the Evil Queen (who's closer to Envy anyhow). After all, she does truly revel in her being the Mistress of All Evil and truly enjoys causing evil acts. Can't get any more prideful than that.

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    • Weedle McHairybug wrote:

      Suchomimus12 wrote: Evil Queen is Pride

      Maleficent is Wrath

      Kaa is Gluttony

      Claude Frollo is Lust

      Jafar is Envy

      Yzma is Sloth

      Dr. Facilier is Greed


      I'm Envy

      Eh, Maleficent came across more as "pride", far more than the Evil Queen (who's closer to Envy anyhow). After all, she does truly revel in her being the Mistress of All Evil and truly enjoys causing evil acts. Can't get any more prideful than that.

      That's true, Maleficent is more as Pride, Because She is the Mistress of all evil, While The Evil Queen Grimhilde is more as Envy, Because She is jealous of Snow White's Beauty and Kindness.

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