Films: The Omen (1976), Damien: Omen 2 (1978), Omen 3: The Final Conflict
Location: Civilized area
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: Much like how the forces of light got an ambassador in the form of Jesus Christ, the kingdom of darkness needed one too. Someone to spread suffering and pain across the world. And it would be a child. A child pampered and ready to become the true heir of evil.
History: Damien Thorn was an orphan of a mother who died birthing him. What few know is that it's heavily implied that he's the bastard offspring of a jackal and Satan himself. He bears the mark of the Beast (the big triple-6), is unnaturally quiet, and every living creature seems to either attack or run away from him. No doubt about it, he's the Antichrist, and he'll do anything to keep his position as the bringer of the end times.
Notable Kills: Several, including the infamous nanny hanging, glass beheading, and...
Final Fate: Damien avoids potential defeat at every turn, eventually growing up to acquire the most potentially evil job of them all: a politician! With his newfound power, he goes mad and demands that every baby born around March 24th die to prevent the second coming of Christ. What he fails to realize is not only the potential of literally getting stabbed in the back, but the very grown up Christ coming down and wiping the defiant Hellspawn out.
Powers/Abilities: Being the most hated thing among nature, commanding Rottweiler Hellhounds, the forces of misfortune backing him up.
Weakness: Divine intervention, the Daggers of Megiddo.
Scariness Factor: 4.5-Damien practically earned his spot as one of the scariest kids horror has to offer. Even in his youth, his cold unfeeling stare is unnerving, but not nearly as much as how he allows such violent chaos in his wake. It gets worse when he reaches adulthood. He may be hammier to an extent, but when your leader demands mass genocide, then maybe you should kick him out.
Trivia: -Despite being a popular archetype for a villain, the Anti-Christ of actual Christian mythology is defined much differently, as the title is usually given to people who simply like spreading words against Jesus Christ.
-A 2016 series known simply as "Damien" depicted an adult amnesiac Damien slowly, but surely, accepting his role as the Anti-Christ. Anyone remember this show? Because we certainly don't.