Name: Empress Sparkle
Weapon: Magical Heart Staff
Gimmick: Trying to rid Bijou so she can be the prettiest
Minions: Ninja Hams who were convinced that Bijou was a nasty princess
Other Variations: An empress from a nearby town
Bio: Empress Sparkle is an antagonist within a dream the ham-hams had. Basically it’s just Sparkle whose an empress and checked her magic mirror to see who was the most beautiful in the land; much like Snow White’s Queen. However after convincing some ninjas (Stan, Boss, Pashmina, and Penelope) that she was mean, she sent them to rid of her or kidnap or something. But the twist is that Princess Bijou escaped from her castle to view the outside world like Jasmine. And happens to be a bad-ass like Mulan and beat the ninjas. Sparkle saw this and revealed her magical self, fighting Sheriff Sunflower (Hamtaro) and his steed Brandy the dog. Princess Bijou saw that Sparkle was trying to hurt everyone and eventually knocked her down a peg.
Defeat: By Bijou with the help of Hamtaro and Brandy
October is finally here bitches~!
So I’m going to be drawing antagonists from Hamtaro, be them real, magical, or from a dream~! Let’s start off with the second movie, which I really enjoyed.
Gimmick: Causing chaos and scaring hamsters
Minions: Robotic cat knights
Other Variations: Sealed in a magic pot
Bio: Sabakunya is an evil genius magical cat who terrorized the homeland of hamsters, aka where hamsters originally came from. He would scare them, cause chaos, and lick them as if he was going to eat them. He was then sealed away by a brave hamster with the help of a magical flute and pot. The hamster became king while Sabakunya remained in the pot like an evil genie. After hundreds of years he was released by a princess hamster who thought he had changed his ways. Instead, he snatched her away to make her his queen while turning someone very special to her into a large demonic ram, who he calls Meme (Spoken as Mimi and not internet memes).
Defeat: He was thwarted by Hamtaro and the hamhams who played the magic flute, sending him back into the pot he broke out from.