OPERATION MADNESS: RPG Villain Tournament—Round 3

Thursday, March 27th, 2014

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Operation Madness: RPG Villain Tournament Bracket - Round 2 | oprainfall

Midnight has passed on Wednesday. Round 2 is now over. So, how did your favorite villains do? Well…


SAKAGUCHI BRACKET

  • 1. Kefka defeats 9. General Zelgius with 75% of the vote

Well, to be honest, Zelgius is only evil because of the orders he has to follow. Kefka, on the other hand, tells his boss to “take these orders and shove it!” Another big win for the madman.

  • 4. Ghaleon defeats 5. Xehanort by 7 votes

Ghaleon wins the first of a number of close battles in this round. I guess Xehanort should’ve focused more on the fight than his obsession.

Xenoblade Chronicles - Zanza

  • 3. Zanza defeats 6. Smithy with 81% of the vote

By far the most lopsided victory of the round. Smithy was left in the dust as soon as we said “Go!” Zanza may be the one who stops Kefka in his tracks. He’s got one more match-up before that, though.

  • 10. Ozzie defeats 2. Thanatos with 62% of the vote

Another win for Ozzie leads to a bit of a head-scratching moment for Secret of Mana fans.

Sakaguchi Bracket - Round 3 | oprainfall - RPG Villain Tournament

ROUND 3

Ghaleon may have beaten back Dark Falz and survived Xehanort, but this may be the end. Kefka has been a machine up until this point.

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Zanza has the momentum, winning matches like it was nothing. Ozzie has his hands full this time around.

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