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{{CharDescript|Professor Friedrich von Schlitz|A brilliant German professor and chief scientific officer for the German Reich who may also be heavily involved with preparing new and dangerous weaponry for the growing Nazi war machine. Warnings of his future malevolence were provided to the Red Panda by Baboon McSmoothie. It is left unclear if Von Schlitz would have have actually become a villain like his counterpart Von Schlick, leaving the possibility that the theft of his invention in "The World Next Door" sent him down the path of evil. Von Schlitz was behind a plot to steal the American dirigible "Melchior", fill it with explosive gas and explode it over the city of Toronto. Von Schlitz also almost killed the Flying Squirrel in the season three finale; she survived thanks to the anti-magic shield provided by [[Doctor Chronopolis|Dr. Chronopolis]], but currently, Von Schlitz thinks she is dead. Von Schlitz stood to be the major villain in upcoming episodes of the Red Panda. However, in the opening episode of Season Four, an [[Captain Tom Sunlight|old ally]] of the Red Panda flew him into the side of a mountain, presumably in the Andes. It later turns out he was alive and bringing back an army of dinosaurs from a bubble universe. He once again was presumed taken care of until he came back and destroyed the Council of Mages in an attempt to take several artifacts of great power. While none of the Red Pandas enemies truly take on the role of arch-enemy, Von-Schlitz has definitely come the closest. No other villain has appeared in as many episodes, and it is clear none of the other villains are as hated by the Red Panda as he is|Status={{Unknown}}|M. John Kennedy}}
 
{{CharDescript|Professor Friedrich von Schlitz|A brilliant German professor and chief scientific officer for the German Reich who may also be heavily involved with preparing new and dangerous weaponry for the growing Nazi war machine. Warnings of his future malevolence were provided to the Red Panda by Baboon McSmoothie. It is left unclear if Von Schlitz would have have actually become a villain like his counterpart Von Schlick, leaving the possibility that the theft of his invention in "The World Next Door" sent him down the path of evil. Von Schlitz was behind a plot to steal the American dirigible "Melchior", fill it with explosive gas and explode it over the city of Toronto. Von Schlitz also almost killed the Flying Squirrel in the season three finale; she survived thanks to the anti-magic shield provided by [[Doctor Chronopolis|Dr. Chronopolis]], but currently, Von Schlitz thinks she is dead. Von Schlitz stood to be the major villain in upcoming episodes of the Red Panda. However, in the opening episode of Season Four, an [[Captain Tom Sunlight|old ally]] of the Red Panda flew him into the side of a mountain, presumably in the Andes. It later turns out he was alive and bringing back an army of dinosaurs from a bubble universe. He once again was presumed taken care of until he came back and destroyed the Council of Mages in an attempt to take several artifacts of great power. While none of the Red Pandas enemies truly take on the role of arch-enemy, Von-Schlitz has definitely come the closest. No other villain has appeared in as many episodes, and it is clear none of the other villains are as hated by the Red Panda as he is|Status={{Unknown}}|M. John Kennedy}}
 
{{CharDescript|Archangel|An underling of Friedrich von Schlitz and major player of Fifth Column Nazi operations in Canada. His long term goal is to whittle away Canada's resources from the inside and using it to make Nazi Germany more powerful. He never does the dirty work himself and always sends stand ins to blow themselves up. In the end, the true Archangel was captured with the help of Harry Kelly.}}
 
{{CharDescript|Archangel|An underling of Friedrich von Schlitz and major player of Fifth Column Nazi operations in Canada. His long term goal is to whittle away Canada's resources from the inside and using it to make Nazi Germany more powerful. He never does the dirty work himself and always sends stand ins to blow themselves up. In the end, the true Archangel was captured with the help of Harry Kelly.}}
{{CharDescript|Deadly Nightshade|A German hired assassin who uses Deadly Nightshade to kill people. She is solely responsible for a German traitor, the explosion of the [[wikipedia:en:hindenburg disaster|Hindenburg]], and was also hired to kill the [[Red Panda]]. Mistook the [[Red Panda]] for [[Brian McSweeney]], Man of 1000 Faces. Presumably died in the Hindenberg explosion. However, it is discovered in the season six finale that she is alive and well, replaced ArcAngel, and ordered most of the members of the Home Team assassinated.|Status={{Jail|Taken into Canadian custody by The Red Ensign.}}|Andrea Lyons}}
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{{CharDescript|Deadly Nightshade|A German hired assassin who uses Deadly Nightshade to kill people. She is solely responsible for a German traitor, the explosion of the [[wikipedia:en:hindenburg disaster|Hindenburg]], and was also hired to kill the [[Red Panda]]. Mistook the [[Red Panda]] for [[Brian McSweeney]], Man of 1000 Faces. Presumably died in the Hindenberg explosion. However, it is discovered in the season six finale that she is alive and well, replaced ArcAngel, and ordered most of the members of the Home Team assassinated.|Status={{Alive|Alive and the new right hand man to von Schlitz.}}|Andrea Lyons}}
 
{{CharDescript|The King of Crime|A Nazi agent who organizes all the crime in the Toronto area, with a percentage of the profits going to the Nazi army. Uses feudalism to organize the thugs and has an overly insane Regal manner in order to make people believe he is just a supervillain. Kidnapped the Editor of the Chronicle and almost had him killed, but was shot to death by all his subjects after the [[Red Panda]] told them about his true motive.|Status={{Dead|Shot dead by his own minions at once.}}|Christopher Mott}}
 
{{CharDescript|The King of Crime|A Nazi agent who organizes all the crime in the Toronto area, with a percentage of the profits going to the Nazi army. Uses feudalism to organize the thugs and has an overly insane Regal manner in order to make people believe he is just a supervillain. Kidnapped the Editor of the Chronicle and almost had him killed, but was shot to death by all his subjects after the [[Red Panda]] told them about his true motive.|Status={{Dead|Shot dead by his own minions at once.}}|Christopher Mott}}
 
{{CharDescript|Puzzle Master|Status={{Jail}}|A skilled hypnotist and fan of puzzles, this man is a wannabe supervillain working for Dr. Schlitz and the Nazi army. He uses his punishingly large maze created out of the victims' minds, giving them an impossible cipher, giving them false hope that they might make it out. Each time the victims fail, he increases the heat and brightness until the victim surrenders plans that could be given to the Nazi army.|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|Puzzle Master|Status={{Jail}}|A skilled hypnotist and fan of puzzles, this man is a wannabe supervillain working for Dr. Schlitz and the Nazi army. He uses his punishingly large maze created out of the victims' minds, giving them an impossible cipher, giving them false hope that they might make it out. Each time the victims fail, he increases the heat and brightness until the victim surrenders plans that could be given to the Nazi army.|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|Dorothy Dynamite|An explosives-themed agent of the Nazi Army who uses dynamite and other explosives to take down cities, trains, etc. She was attempting to use an untested grade of explosives into Manitoba, destroying the city, but was killed by [[Doc Rocket]], an agent of the [[Home Team]], who causes the train to fall into a gorge, to the [[Red Panda]]'s frustration, as she was about to tell him about all Nazi operations.|Status={{Dead|Shot to death then was incinerated by her own dynamite.}}|Andrea Lyons}}
 
{{CharDescript|Dorothy Dynamite|An explosives-themed agent of the Nazi Army who uses dynamite and other explosives to take down cities, trains, etc. She was attempting to use an untested grade of explosives into Manitoba, destroying the city, but was killed by [[Doc Rocket]], an agent of the [[Home Team]], who causes the train to fall into a gorge, to the [[Red Panda]]'s frustration, as she was about to tell him about all Nazi operations.|Status={{Dead|Shot to death then was incinerated by her own dynamite.}}|Andrea Lyons}}
 
{{CharDescript|The Blue Thorn|A grotesquely plantlike man with enhanced strength. He can use the vines that are now a part of his body to attack, as well as his many projectile thorns, hence the name. He used to be a supervillain who reigned terror in Warsaw, before being captured by Von Schlitz for gladitorial combat. He was killed by The Red Panda and Parker's Rangers when he is pierced in the neck with his own thorn.|Status={{Dead|Pierced in the throat with his own thorn.}}|??}}
 
{{CharDescript|The Blue Thorn|A grotesquely plantlike man with enhanced strength. He can use the vines that are now a part of his body to attack, as well as his many projectile thorns, hence the name. He used to be a supervillain who reigned terror in Warsaw, before being captured by Von Schlitz for gladitorial combat. He was killed by The Red Panda and Parker's Rangers when he is pierced in the neck with his own thorn.|Status={{Dead|Pierced in the throat with his own thorn.}}|??}}
{{CharDescript|The Valkyrie|A large, flying helicarrier created by the Nazis to launch a strike on the United States and Canada. It was a thinking machine, and eventually concluded that the humans onboard the vessel would disrupt the program. It had an army of maintenance bots and used two surviving humans as its servants. In the end, it finally grew to understand the complexity of human life and went off into space to study the rest of the cosmos.}}
 
 
==Lesser or One-Time Supervillains==
 
==Lesser or One-Time Supervillains==
 
{{CharDescript|Ajay Shah|A master hypnotist mentioned in "The Golden Idol"<ref name=RPA43>Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 40: The Golden Idol. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2008</ref>|Status={{Dead|Presumed Dead}}|?}}
 
{{CharDescript|Ajay Shah|A master hypnotist mentioned in "The Golden Idol"<ref name=RPA43>Taylor, Gregg. Red Panda Adventures episode 40: The Golden Idol. Podcast. dir. and prod. Decoder Ring Theatre. Toronto, ON. 2008</ref>|Status={{Dead|Presumed Dead}}|?}}
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