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The dimensions have heard nothing more of the doctors Tropy since Crash foiled their plan. But evil geniuses are harder to squash than cockroaches.
~ Crash about the unknown fate of Dr. N. Tropy and his female counterpart.
Don't apologize. I never do.
~ Norman Osborn boarding an airplane to Europe, also his last words before the series ends prematurely.

Pure Evil Villains whose ultimate fates are left completely ambiguous. This is because the creator and that he/she is not making anymore stories, TV shows, movies or games and they were cancelled, this also include if the Pure Evil's fate was never properly explained or shown up on at any point later in the series.

Examples are shown below:

  • The villain's fate was left enclosed and gets no comeuppance: The villain who was never seen again, and his/her ultimate fate is left unknown alongside of no longer encountering the heroes again (e.g. Johan Liebert is a good example of this since of his absent in the sequel, SpongeBob SquarePants who kept his crimes a secret from the public and got away with it, and Donald Love who doesn't get any punishment for his unforgiving crimes).
  • The series/show/fanfic was cancelled: The creator claims that he/she would be retiring or cancelling the series, even if the villains are defeated (Gelorum although she was defeated, the Acceleracers series was cancelled, leaving the story on a cliffhanger, Green Goblin that he had survived in the second season, possibly implying that he would return in the third, but the series would end up being canceled, leaving the ending unfinished, Invictus, who was left completely unpunished due to the cancellation of Final Space after the third season, and William Afton, before his fanfic's cancellation, last appeared while gaining no punishment for his crimes).
    • In some rare cases, the series may still be ongoing but the creator has made no announcements on upcoming release dates for new episodes (in this case such as Turbo Mecha Sonic from Super Mario Bros. Z, who releases new episodes every several years or so, depending on the progress).
  • The villain no longer appears as a threat: After the last appearance of the villain where he/she was seen in and the later episodes they don't appear again and they no longer encounter the heroes again (Slade is a good example of this, Coachman, Ozai and Johan Liebert).

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