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Monday, October 26, 2015

Who is the BEST Written Villain (Poll: Semifinal 2)

Who is the best villain in a written work?

Now that we have our survivors from poll 1 (Annie Wilkes, Pennywise, General Woundwort, and Croup and Vandemar) we now need to cull down the second half of the list to see who goes on to the final round. Please remember that you are voting for the written versions of these villains, not their on-screen counterparts.

This poll will be up only for one week so don't delay in voting.

Everyone will get four votes (4). The top four names will go on to the finals. Before you simply vote for your favorite four, consider that, as there is no ranking of those four votes; each vote beyond one dilutes the power of your choices a little more. So if you have a genuine favorite--or pair of favorites--it's better to use as few votes as possible.

The poll itself is on the left side, at the bottom of the side menus.

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