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30. Eddy Raja, everything about you screams mid-level villain, and we're thankful you took this role in stride. You were rewarded with a slightly larger role in Eye of Indra even if you didn't take the titular prize. You made a valiant effort in keeping up with Nate in Drake's Fortune, which is quite an achievement. And you should be equally proud that your death reminded us of Private Hudson's fate in Aliens.
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29. Rafe Alder, what gave away your true nature? It was the slicked-back hair, the telltale sign of many male antagonists. You're the psychopathic brother videogame journalist Geoff Keighley never had. Thank you for the sword fight.
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28. Apple Lady, thank you for the apple. You know how to close a deal but without Glengarry Glen Ross-style underhanded tactics. Your product is simple and straightforward as is your pitch. "Enjoy your apple!"? It would've been the case had it not been for that damn lemur.
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27. Gabriel Roman, with your stylish Caesar haircut and posh accent, we could not have asked for a better inaugural antagonist. Uncompromising and ruthless, you were the model villain who had his shit together, until you didn't. We tip our hats to you for going out like a punk ass, a punk ass zombie. Nice suspenders.
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26. Harry Flynn, as another member of the slicked-back hair antagonists club, we know this much is true: you outclass Rafe on likeability. We could see your double-cross a mile away, but we still enjoyed your company as an AI-controlled buddy. Your visage is reminiscent of the Kemp brothers from Spandau Ballet. We should take a few minutes right now to listen to "True."
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25. Charlie Cutter, as an educated English brawler, thank you for injecting some thuggery befitting a Guy Ritchie film. Speaking of acting, your fake animosity to Nathan and Sully was wholly convincing, even during the part when you "killed" them. It's unfortunate your voice actor, Graham McTavish, had to leave in the middle of production to film The Hobbit. Naughty Dog had to break your legs in Syria to justify your subsequent absence.
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24. Atoq Navarro, you pulled a fast one on all of us. We should've known you'd outlive your employer, Gabriel Roman. You proved that it pays to do your research, especially if you don't want to wind up as a zombie. Thank you for the most unusual final boss fight in the Uncharted series, a curious game of jumping from cover to cover.
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23. Dog, you are just the latest in a long line of videogame dogs and you made your presence felt, despite the brevity of your appearance. You satisfy your simple canine compulsion of being in the same room as your owner. Once you're in that room, you chill the hell out, like a real dog. Your tween owner is pretty cool too.
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22. Old Lady, thank you for adding a hint of backstory to the Drake's foggy past. Like Kramer's mom on Seinfeld, we finally learned Nathan's real name thanks to you. We wish we could've hung out with you longer, but you had other ideas. Whenever we come home late without calling and our significant other surprises us by sitting in the dark, you'll be in our thoughts.
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21. Katherine Marlowe, you came in as a skilled Helen Mirren impressionist and you left like Elsa Schneider from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: down a pit. After the positively aggro intensity of Lazarevic in Uncharted 2, your chill demeanor and mind games made for a refreshing change. And thank you for introducing us to the Hermetic Order. Learning about the real life version of this occult group was 5 minutes well spent.