“Favorite video game villain”
There are few types of people more dangerous that someone who’s motivated primarily by loyalty to another villain, but in fiction, this kind of villain rarely stays relevant after their boss is defeated, and in video games the person in charge will be the final boss anyway.
Unless the game is Skies of Arcadia and the underling is Ramirez. Through a combination of fantatical desire to carry on Galcian’s work, and grief over Galcian’s death, he becomes even more dangerous than Galcian was, no longer wanting anything except revenge on the entire world.
He’s also a total idiot in the sense that when you fight him, he’ll keep trying magic even if you spam Delta Shield. But I never said Skies of Arcadia was a hard game.