So we are judging a villain purely by his body count?
I judge a villain in several terms. Mostly how effective they are at instilling dread in me that they've suddenly shown up (Sephiroth was good for that. As overrated as he is, Square knew at least how to make him an effective presence). I also judge them in how successful they were towards achieving their goals. Kuja got very far along the path, Sephiroth not too much, Seymour...what? Did he achieve anything really? He was there as the human antagonist to counter Sin's hardly-shows-up alien antagonism. He didn't do a particularly good job. --- "The problem with quotes on the internet is that you can never be sure if they're true" - Abraham Lincoln