The Mad Musician
Forte is a giant, enchanted pipe organ who was the music conductor of The Beast before he was affected by the same curse and transformed. He prefers to be in his organ form with little desire to be human again and was the primary antagonist of the Disney animated film, Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas. He is a minor player in both the Disney Vs Non-Disney Villains Wars and the first Disney Villains War.
- 1 Disney Vs Non Disney Villains
- 2 Disney Vs Non Disney Villains - Part Two
- 3 Disney Vs Non-Disney Villains War - Part Three
- 4 Disney Villains War
- 5 Disney Vs Marvel Villains War
- 6 Disney Vs Anime Villains War - Part Two
- 7 Heroes Vs Villains War
- 8 Disney Heores Vs Villains War
- 9 Disney vs Transformers Villains War
- 10 Villains War (Saverio Gamba)
- 11 Disney Vs Marvel and DC Villains War
- 12 Villains War (Adrian C)
Disney Vs Non Disney Villains
Not Your Amateur Musician
Forte originally appears in the Homemade Round of the war, facing the villainous Dr. Greed. Approached because of his excellent musical talent, the maestro is flattered until learning Greed plans for Forte to sing the latest jingle for his sausage factory; Forte, indignant over stooping to such lowbrow music, refuses. After mockingly playing a song, The organ's rage gives rise to truly violent music, physically attacking Greed and his henchmen. Greed fires an arrow at the organ, only for the organ to send it back. The music becomes so destructive that it compromises the internal structure of the very building. Though Forte survives, Greed and his henchmen disappear into an abyss.
Disney Vs Non Disney Villains - Part Two
Working for Mok
Forte reappears after a long absence in the shadows as the new henchman of Mok Swagger. Together, they resurrect Professor Screweyes and return Holli Would to the hand-drawn universe. Forte mentions to the two that their new plan would "bring the house down." However, after a long while of waiting and being unable to join in the conflict due to being bolted to the wall and all Mok then uses his technology to makes Forte human again.
Once the Lament Configuration is acquired, Forte, Mok and the rest of their allies arrive in the Underworld and meet Stalker. With an elaborate song and dance number provided by his mad pianist skills, Forte and his fellows free the Homunculi.
Disney Vs Non-Disney Villains War - Part Three
Between the events of the beginning of the third war and the Battle in Hell, Forte's appearance dramatically changes into his previous form as an organ pipe, due to the fact that Hell is a place, where the true essence of the chacacter emerges from within. In this case, Forte hates himself to be a human, resulting in the trasformation of Forte into his organ pipe form.
When the Anti-Acolytes, led by Oberon, strike in Hell to take out the Acolytes, a society ruled by Stalker, Forte volunteers to help the Acolytes by taking out the Snow Queen first. Using his terrible music, Forte destroys the tower, that the Snow Queen was standing in. Though the Snow Queen attemtps to escape, Forte uses his terrible music to destroy a bridge, that the Snow Queen was crossing in. Forte laughs maniacally, as the Snow Queen falls to her demise. However, Titania avenges the Snow Queen's death, by weaking the organ pipe and then crushing his piano keyboards, toppling the giant organ to the ground.
Disney Villains War
In the Disney Villains War, Forte is revealed to have a minor hand in events played out before the war even began. Back when he was human, Forte was a member of the Cult to the Great Evil, wielding the power of music as his gift from Chernabog. But after the Enchantress cursed Prince Adam and his staff, Forte was forced to resign his position due to his condition of...well...being bolted to the wall. During the First War, an anonymous source alerted Frollo of Forte's presence and of his possible threat to his plans. So, Frollo ordered Gaston to kill Forte as a test of strength, who breaks into The Beast's old castle and to his surprise finds his foe to be a living pipe organ. Initially singing to himself alone, Gaston interrupting him drives Forte into a rage. Though Forte is able to send Gaston's flying backwards with a blast of his powerful music, he is incapable of stopping the hunter and his will from making his way to the keyboard and smashing it with a club. The blow ruptures Forte's foundations, and he collapses to the ground, destroyed.
Disney Vs Marvel Villains War
Disney Vs Anime Villains War - Part Two
Ratigan and Cruella, trying to figure a plan to recover their throne are attacked by one of the monsters of Kind Dedede. Infuriated the King wants them dead before re-entering the War, while Ratigan and Cruella are small for this monster, there's someone to aid them in this fight.
Heroes Vs Villains War
Summoner and Player
In this tournament, Forte retains his human form and, thus, he joins the villain circus, led by the Coachman and his perfomers. When the circus attracts many children for a spectacular show, Forte is presented, as the instrumental part of the show. During his play, Forte summons several fuzzy pink elephants and other peculiar shape-shifting elephants for the entertaiment of the show, though it is later revealed that the hallunications, were used by the psychopath pianist, on purpose to lure the chidren into their trap. The show ends marvelous for Forte and his allies.
The Fall of the Circus
Later, the Coachman rallies his allies, as he explains his next phase of his plans; a grand show, in which the brainwashed dinosaurs, controled by Sarousch, would play a grand perfomance. The show, however, is interrupted by the arrival of several heroes. Forte is the first perfomer to act, as he uses his terrible music against the heroes, eventually driving out Charlie Barkin. Despite their efforts, however, the heroes manage to breach through their ranks and save their friends. In the aftermath of the battle, the Circus is blown up by a chemical explosion.
Partners in Crime
Forte and Sarousch, the only members of the Coachman's alliance, left behind, are arrested by the Colonel, for their crime of kidnapping young children. Forte spends the rest of the war in Frollo's jail.
Disney Heores Vs Villains War
A song for Beast
As the Beast wallowed in grief over Belle's abduction, his pipe organ maestro Forte, secretly in league with Maleficent, kept him passive and melancholy with his mesmerizing music.
While searching for Esmeralda, Quasimodo stumbled across the Beast's castle in the French countryside. Here, Forte was still keeping the Beast passive with his music, but Beast was starting to build up some resistance. As Quasimodo looked on, Beast and Forte began to argue about the Beast's intentions to go out and rescue Belle. Despite Forte's efforts, Beast mustered the energy to leave the castle. Having noticed Quasimodo's presence, Forte took out his frustration on the hunchback, knocking him to the ground with the force of his music and binding him to the ground with ropes made from solid sound. Forte taunted the fallen Quasimodo, telling him no one would come to rescue a deformed man like him. Unknown to the twisted organ, Mulan was approaching the castle.
In the mountains near France, Mulan encountered the Beast, who told her of his search for Belle. Mulan offered to join the Beast in his quest, but when he mentioned that he had left Quasimodo behind with Forte, she changed her mind and decided to rescue the hunchback. The Beast refused to accompany her, wanting to focus on saving Belle, much to Mulan's frustration. Mulan and her companions left to face Forte alone, leaving the Beast feeling guilty. At Beast's castle, Forte was torturing Quasimodo with his melancholy music, when Mulan broke in and confronted him. Refusing to release Quasimodo, Forte used his music to conjure up images of cherubs to fight for him. The cherubs attacked Mushu with bows and a cannon, knocking him senseless. As Mulan leapt from the balcony onto a column to evade the cherubs, a blast of Forte's music cut into the pillar Mulan was hanging from, leaving her hanging for dear life. Just as it seemed Forte had won, the Beast burst in, having decided to take action against his former servant. The cherubs fired their arrows at him and Mushu, but the Beast chased after them and crushed them in his paws. As Forte kept the Beast back with torrents of music, he cut part of the rope Mulan was hanging on to, leaving her literally hanging by a thread. Realizing that Forte's keyboard was the source of his power, the Beast pushed forward to destroy it. Mulan managed to climb back to safety and slashed the supports holding Forte to the wall as Beast picked up a piano and threw it onto Forte's keyboard, robbing the evil pipe organ of his powers. Quasimodo finally broke free from his bindings, destroying the remaining columns keeping Forte up and sending him crashing to the floor, the first of the major villains to be destroyed. As Quasimodo and the Beast made amends, the three decided to stay together to seek their respective loved ones.
Disney vs Transformers Villains War
In a Castle Maestro Forte was starting to play his organ but Facilier arrives and uses his Voodoo Magic to make him into a Living Organ to take on someone turns out to be Soundwave who breaks into the castle as he uses his Illusions to deal with him knocking him out but he sends a wave of Energy to weaken Forte killing him in the Process as Facilier noticing him escape plans to get revenge on him.
Villains War (Saverio Gamba)
After his success against Drake, Gaston is sent by Frollo yet again to dispose of another treat. The treat that must be eliminated is none other than Maestro Forte, who lives in a castle and scares everyone who stands in his way. Will the hunter succeed again?
Disney Vs Marvel and DC Villains War
Vs Mad Mood
Mad Mod finds a castle to use as a lair, unfortunately it is already inhabited by Forte who cannot stand intruders and orders him to leave, but the cunning Englishman absolutely wants the castle and pulls out his contraptions, starting a mortal battle.
Villains War (Adrian C)
Forte has been practicing his music, he is approached by Rothbart.