And? I'm not even using the whole AI as an argument here.
Also Monika. I can get the impression that she committed her actions largely because she was self-aware and would never have her own route or "be" with the player because of the technological limitations, she goes too far with trying to make her own route such as it being implied that she had cyberbullied Sayori in addition to having her kill herself and then deleting her. Or with Yuri's case, there is the implication that she deliberately left the player to watch Yuri's corpse decay over the weekend.
Lucks is already here.
This was already discussed. No to removing Hidan.
No. Not heinous enough.
No to removing Lotso.
A yes for me. As for the game? Slendy speaks to the player character through messages and writings that indicate that he has full moral agency and is taking delight at terrifying his victims.
There is no need to reexamine him. He is on a different tier entirely if you try to factor in Black Doom, Melphiles, or any other near godlike being. He was a simple jackal, and does enough in his tier to stand out.
Those two are leagues above what Infinite is. He is just a jackal who is in his own tier.
No. There is nothing to suggest that Infinite's mind was corrupted by the Phantom Ruby. There may not be that much known about the ruby, but you are inserting implications where there aren't any. Keep in mind that Infinite knew exactly what he'd be getting into.
Not unnecessary. But there are times where one is needed.
Yes. Cut her, She has a loved one, an automatic disqualifier for this category.
He has the whole "they made fun of me," or "said I was crazy...." mindset. All of that is the generic actions of a mad scientist. He is too much of a walking caricature for me to give him any leeway.
No, He is a generic mad scientist with several of the generic tropes in line.
Junko; Art the Clown, etc.
Judging from what I'm reading here, doesn't sound like he does enough considerably.
Well, I'm sorry to be so blunt, but after the whole fiasco regarding Minerva, I don't really have any reason to trust you on these obscure candidates.