Against it. Not that I think it's unnecessary, but really more so some villains have little to no friends or families whatsoever.
Being a one-man army isn't all just about strength inherited from you but as well as the talents you possess that allow you to defeat groups of enemies. Tony isn't a one-man army simply just because the suit he wears augments his strength and durability but because he knows what he's doing when wearing his armor and often knows how to defeat his enemies all at once. The same can be said for other characters like Green Lantern. You don't just become a one-man army from picking up these weapons, you actually have to be competent and know what you're doing with them. Characters like Batman and Joker also tend to fall under this because they often plan their attacks on how they'll defeat their enemies.
I think the category's fine the way it is, so long as the villain is capable of taking on multiple enemies by himself, whether it'd be pure strength, power, weaponry or just natural, skilled talent.
I can't really agree with that. There are characters like Injustice's Aquaman that are like these abnormal/meta human type of characters that tend to rely on armies to win their battles and not be able to solo people on their own.
And I don't think them having access to AI should not make them count either. Like sure, they're using some kind of weapon or power to defeat enemies, but the same thing can be said for meta humans and deities that do rely on these gimmick abilities like the Flash or Mxyzptlk (take away their powers and they're just ordinary people). Or Star Wars characters like Grievous and Durge that rely on weapons to defeat large group of enemies.
I think really anyone capable of holding their own against either a group of people or a very strong, powerful being is enough to be considered a one-man army.
For example, we've seen characters like Brainiac and Darkseid take on Superman in direct physical fights, and given how strong and capable Superman is, it's not a stretch to say these two can solo a group of people at once as well.
Mr. Freeze. I would like to help him find ways to cure his wife and reunite him with her.
Congratulations, guys. I believe you all will do great in your new positions and expand the wiki further.
The problem with Jonah is that he hardly does anything and the movie just ends up writing him off. After he gets Emma to set Ghidorah free, that's it. He doesn't even show up for the final battle in Boston. It's like the movie forgot about him at that point.
I just don't see the logic as to why it has to tie in with the VFH in some shape or form, on top of having villains that have been headlined in the past. I think it should be kept simple with people nominating and voting for whatever villains they want to see.
I was thinking of using the nominees in the VFH at first, but that would just eliminate the purpose of nominating and voting for a villain.
I think it's better to just keep the two separated from each other. Or at least have the second and third nominees in the background.
Yeah I agree we should do this. It gives the community to interact with the wiki a lot more.
The proposals have been moved to blog posts now. Though that being said, no, this guy does not stand out at all.
To be honest, even though I said 694244 and Red would be good candidates, I feel that any of you all that have been here on this wiki for quite some time now would be great as well. People like Looper, Shinobi, Nerd, Wikification, etc, they have proven that they're dedicated to this wiki (based on their edits, their interaction with the community and what articles they've made) and spend as much time as they could to keep the wiki organized. Of course, there are times where I'd get in a bit of hassles with you all and I feel that sometimes, it's me who's being irrational. But at the end of the day, I can see that you all are great users overall.
Oh damn you're right. I didn't even notice.
You're not fooling anyone, Reyder.
As for this proposal, once again, he stays. Your counterarguments are honestly not effective.
The Joker isn't funny though, his humor tends to be dark and flat out sadistic. Same with Hades.
The moment I voted no against his proposal, he went ahead and vandalized my profile then went to a mod and harass them about me "messing around" with a category (referring to the PE) and not "discussing" it.
And I don't care who he thinks is PE and who isn't.
For the time being, I think 694244 would be one of my nominees.
In fact, something tells me he only harassed me just because I voted to keep this guy as pure evil, lol.