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    Professor Pyg (Arkhamverse)

    "Don't let your kids watch it!" - Robbie Rotten

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    Professor Pyg is the main antagonist of The Perfect Crime side mission of the 2015 video game Batman: Arkham Knight. He was voiced by Dwight Schultz.

    Why He's Pyg

    1. Pyg’s side mission is considered one of the most memorable side missions of the franchise.
    2. Dwight Schultz did a spectacular job voicing Pyg.
    3. He hams it up with his operatic voice and pig-like snorts. Because of it, his voice is hard to take seriously.
    4. His design is comic book accurate.
    5. He is one of the more entertaining and unique boss battles as the player must do ground takedowns on all of his Dollotrons.
    6. His bodies can be easily discovered as the player hears haunting opera music near them.

    Bad Qualities

    1. Pyg is one of the most disturbing Arkhamverse villains and is one of the reasons why Knight got an M-rating. It doesn't help that he looks like a character from Saw.
    2. Fatal flaw: Batman figuring out how his six victims were killed and mutilated resulted in Batman finding him at Pretty Dolls Parlor.
    3. His side mission is required to unlock the full Knightfall Protocol ending.

    Trivia

    • His six victims are named after Rocksteady developers.

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