Humans aren’t inherently evil; morality is our evolutionary “default setting.”
Over time, we may even become more moral since we’re more conscious of what’s happening around the world.
However, the world will always encompass both good and evil. According to some philosophical schools of thought, there will always be some unintentional evil and some necessity to inflict evil if it prevents even greater harm.
Whether your group is evil for a good reason or just gratuitously cruel, your organization’s name can evoke villainous or spooky tones to members and peers alike.
We have more than 80 evil names you’re free to use below, plus tips for creating your own evil group name following the list.
The Black Hand
The Dark Council
Order of the Serpent
League of Darkness
Circle of the Damned
Order of the Demon
Cult of the Damned
Black Sun Cult
Syndicate of Sin
Gargoyles of Gloom
Brotherhood of Shadow
Blood Moon Brotherhood
The Goon Guild
The Heinous Ones
Monstrous & Vile
Seeds of Greed
Clan of Sinners
Hoodlum Hatchet Men
Big Time Swindlers
The Spine Chillers
Dark Arts Collective
Evil Organization Name Generator
How to Create a Great Evil Group Name
Evil group names should sound villainous and at least a little bit scary — but they can also be a lot of fun to create and use, depending on the type of group.
Create a totally unique, dangerously evil name for your group or organization using the following tips:
- Look up definitions and synonyms. Make a list of words that come to mind when you think of things that are evil or scary. Look up the meanings of those words to generate ideas about how you might use them in a group name. You should also consider the synonyms of your original list. Finding a similar term with the same meaning can help you find the perfect selection that’s unique, unusual, and interesting.
- Get inspiration from other groups. Checking out what other “evil” groups have chosen as their names will give your group inspiration. It can also help you create a more unique name — by knowing which evil groups and organizations already exist or are popular, you can ensure that you don’t choose a name that’s already in use. It’s important not to steal another group’s name, but you can choose something similar to one that catches your eye — or perhaps the total opposite!
- Let your peers be your guide. Take hints and suggestions from every group member. Even an “evil” team will feel more connected if each member has a part in creating the group name. Together, you can decide on a single, perfect descriptive word, or group several words to form the ideal villainous phrase.