Films: Troll (1986)
Alias: Torok the troll, the Fairy kingdom
Location: Haunted home/Forest
Height/Weight: Ranges from that of a small lamp to twice that of an average human.
Summary: In many a myth, there is the Fair Folk. The beings of magic and fantasy that simply cannot live alongside humanity without coming to blows. But all of that would change one day. After centuries of dormancy, the world of the Fairies is coming back to bite us.
History: Long ago, the great wizard Torok and the witch Eunice had a special bond in a world were the humans and Fairies coexisted. However, Torok believed that the world belonged to the magical creatures, and after instigating a failed revolution, he and the creatures were banished to another plane of existence. Torok himself was turned into a troll for his crimes. But now, he's got a plan. If he can convert enough people in the real world into creatures and spread his power across the apartments all around, the human world could be his for good.
Notable Kills: None, technically.
Final Fate: Torok's plan is foiled when his greatest asset, a gigantic bat-ogre monster, starts attacking the little girl he took the form of for a while. His guilty conscious gives the heroes enough time to seal away the magic kingdom forever. That said, a shard of it remains, and those who go near it can look forward to being a part of the kingdom...
Powers/Abilities: Torok can take on the form of whoever he pleases, and with a special ring, he can turn humans into magical creatures.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 2.5-Honestly, if a little Warwick Davis-looking guy came up to me and said that he wanted to turn me into a beast of yore, than sign me up! That said, his minions can be a bit intimidating, especially the big ones. Still, interesting musicians, they all are.
Trivia: -Curiously, the main protagonist is named Harry Potter Jr. Something tells us J.K. Rowling took a few cues and she isn't telling us...
-Torok was played by Phil Fondacaro, a dwarven actor known for his roles in films like "Willow" and "Bordello of Blood". The voice was provided by Frank Welker.