Take Our Classic Disney Villain Quiz


New member
May 24, 2008
[a href="http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.152-Maleficent"][br] Maleficent[/a][br][a href="/quizzes/view/149-Which-Disney-Villain-Are-You"]Take this quiz[/a]

Hmm... *evil thoughts*


Souplex Killsplosion Awesomegasm
Jul 29, 2008
Is Walt an option? He's the classic Disney villain.
I got Jafar.

I would've rather gotten Hades.


New member
Apr 26, 2010
I got Hook and reading the line he had, I felt very sorry for him. Kinda hoped for Jafar he's just nicely smart and evil.

Irony's Acolyte

Back from the Depths
Mar 9, 2010
Take this quiz [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.153-Scar]

Hang on, I think I've got a kingdom to take.


Cortana's guardian
Oct 22, 2009
I Wanted: Jafar or Scar
and I got[footnote]EDIT[/footnote]:........
Jafar [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.151-Jafar]
[HEADING=1]fuck yeah[/HEADING]


I have a green hat! Why?!
Jul 14, 2010
I got Ursula. (woohoo?)
Not a bad quiz, though I would have liked a wider range of villains, like maybe dr falicier or oogie boogie or something


New member
Dec 11, 2009
Take this quiz [http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.152-Maleficent]

so i got Dragon in the D&D quize, and now i get another one

Captain Urahara

New member
Dec 22, 2008
archabaddon said:
Obviously Chernabog wasn't a choice in the cadre of villains. For shame, quiz-maker, for shame.

Chernabog [http://disney.wikia.com/wiki/Chernabog]
Make this quiz better :p
I knew he wasn't going to be one of the possible results, but I tried to get him anyway.

Forlorn Guardian

New member
May 11, 2011
[a href="http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.150-Captain+Hook"][br] Captain Hook[/a][br][a href="/quizzes/view/149-Which-Disney-Villain-Are-You"]Take this quiz[/a]

Oh dear.


New member
May 18, 2011
[a href="http://www.escapistmagazine.com/quizzes/result/149.154-Ursula"][br] Ursula[/a][br][a href="/quizzes/view/149-Which-Disney-Villain-Are-You"]Take this quiz[/a]

I'm not evil enough to be Maleficent, but then again that's because I'm not petty enough. I went for simple and practical clothing, does not hold minor grudges (ie. does not lose sight of the grand design), detests humility above all else, and has [surprisingly] competent allies. I was shocked and pleased Ursula was the result, but I'm really shocked more people aren't pleased with Ursula or Maleficent. They are two of the most diabolical villains of the Disney arsenal (excluding Chernabog, aka evil incarnate, for obvious reasons) and to be honest, Ursula hands down has one of the top three villain songs of the Villainous Pantheon of Disney.

Gaston? Feh. He was a vain pretty-boy with muscles who couldn't think beyond his genitals and ultimately was defeated by gravity. There is absolutely no reason for him to be here.

Jafar's a decent pick, but he's cunning, not smart. The real schemer was Iago, who is another example of a competent ally. While Jafar does share my love of puns, he held the title of "most powerful sorcerer in the world" for less than 20 hours, then traded it in to become an all-powerful genie with much more creativity than Robin Williams but the same inability to kill anyone or escape the lamp ("You'd be surprised what you can live through" makes for an epic line and the promise of much torture, though). Also, since I believe you should control your allies with respect and genuine concern (closest choice in the quiz was "love"), he really screwed himself over when he drove the one remotely decent person backing him to join the other side.

Hades? He's got the power, yes, but with that much power he clearly isn't doing well in the department of using it properly. Since he lacks vision, creativity, and competent underlings, his only strength is his immortality. Losing to a mortal when you're completely immortal is a good sign that you aren't so hot in the villain department. As a matter of fact, stick another nail in Jafar's coffin for that one. Well, Hades certainly has charisma, I'll give him that. Also, his immortality is the one reason he's not in this list. Seriously, literal "god mode" destroys the balance of the list. Even if he sucks in all other aspects of his role.

Captain Hook. Outsmarted by little boys and bested by a giant alligator. Has a tremendous fear of clocks. I'm surprised he's in this list, really. I suppose they needed a bad result. Yeah... next.

Scar. He's a schemer but he's short-sighted. He wanted to be king so he set things in motion, and they worked surprisingly well. Once he got what he wanted, the kingdom fell apart and he didn't care enough to do anything about it. Then, the first moment he's backed into a corner, he sells out every last one of his allies in an attempt to save his own hide. Not only did it not work, but it backfired as well and now he's resting at the bottom of about 50 hyena stomachs. Yeah, they'll have to glue him back together... IN HELL! Motivated by an inferiority complex, vanity, and an arrogant level of confidence in his own mental prowess, he fell hard.

Claude Frollo is essentially an ugly Gaston done right. Replace vanity with self-righteousness, modify inability to think beyond genitals by changing it to ability to think beyond genitals for the sake of genitals, add in personal torment and season with a burning in one's loins strong enough to burn down all of Paris until it's sated and you've got yourself one heck of a villain. Doesn't hurt that he also has one of Disney's best villain songs. But when you have enough power to burn down the city you more or less control, people who will do it at your command, and you STILL get bested by a deformed hunchback and the gypsy you were hunting, it takes away cool points. Not a lot though. The villain HAS to fall in Disney movies, right?

The Evil Queen. She's certainly creative, but not smart. She IS patient, though, which is surprising because vain villains tend to be absurdly impulsive. But yeah, when you realize that her evil is driven from the fact she can't stand anyone else in the world being equal to or greater than her in looks, coupled with throwing tons of impractical scenarios into the mix that ultimately fail AND HAVE REVERSIBLE EFFECTS (some apple, huh?), she loses a lot of her luster. A LOT. To make matters worse, she wasn't defeated by the prince, but by 7 little men she had a head start against. REALLY, LADY? There's a reason she's also not on this list.

Finally, Maleficent. The little caption under her name describes her perfectly. Yes, she's petty. But taking it out on the BABY is what makes her evil; an indication she's ruthless and unmerciful. She's powerful, patient, and resilient, the height of villainous Darwinism. She suffers from minor short-sightedness (look, just KILL the charming prince while he's unarmed and imprisoned, alright?), but at the very least, her plan involved killing the child elaborately and (as she provided the spindle even after the kingdom removed all of them) inevitably, and was only capable of being deterred by the countermeasures of the good fairies. Again, I don't believe in holding unnecessary grudges, certainly not because I wasn't invited to a party. And I don't despise mercy; saving someone's life so that it might prove useful later is a sheer sign of vision, something Ursula seems to understand. But, she turns into a fricking dragon that breathes green flames--HELL YEAH!

So, yes, you poor unfortunate souls. If swapping in your genitals is the primary reason you can't be happy with an uber villain result, then enjoy swimming in the mediocrity of villainy.


Positively Neutral!
Feb 18, 2011
Maleficent. Most competent Disney villain in Kingdom Hearts. I'm cool with this.

-Don't get invited to a royal party,
-damn the princess to eternal slumber.

-Someone rings the door bell
-turn into a giant-ass dragon and singed them to ash.