After reading all of this, I could go either way.
Not a bad idea, there. I, myself, was bothered by pages without infoboxes as well.
Here's another idea: if this extra infobox components is accepted, and there are too many friends and enemies in the Villain infobox of a particular villain, we could just add the Scroll box to those sections.
You make some good points, there, Inferno. I think I might reconsider my vote, and if this suggestion is rejected, I'll probably propose for those sections to be removed from the Hero Infobox in the Heroes Wiki as well when I have the time.
Needless to say, I enjoyed that movie, but going back to the discussion, I can see why he's not listed. Out of that list, however, I think I might end up going with Lotso. We would expect that he'd push the button after Woody and Buzz saved his life, but he left them to burn in the incinerator.
I forgive you.
That's pretty rude of you to say that, Malik.
I'll go with yes. Those sections are in the Hero Infobox in the Heroes Wiki, so we might as well do the same here.
Besides, if there's categories like "Parents", "Siblings", or "Spouses", we might need to know who a villain is related to so we can make sure said villain belongs in those categories. If there's no sections for a villain's relationships, it might not hurt to add their allies and enemies to the infobox as well.
If there are serious spoilers for the character, the Spoilers template can be added as long as the villain's work is less than six months old, and the reader would be spoiled anyway is he or she reads the articles. All articles in this wiki do have some spoilers in them, by the way.
For me, it's Axlerod. His true nature was never exposed until the film's climax, and Mater was the one who exposed him.
Pure Evil and Complete Monster are different terms for the same type of villain. We use the term "Pure Evil"; TV Tropes uses the term "Complete Monster". Also, the reason reviews mentioning TV Tropes were pulled down was because their criteria does not affect our criteria.
Yes, and detailed as well. However, it's best if your reviews are written in your own words and not copy-pasted from the Pure Evil proposal you're voting on.
Like I said, admins will only add you to the list if you are trustworthy enough with the Pure Evil category. This has to do with your commentaries in PE proposals, your time active in the wiki, and what edits you've done. To learn more about this, click here.
To my knowledge, it's the first villain who appears in the story.
I don't know yet about alternate universe villains, but I believe I'll ask one of the admins about that. Also, if you don't know what "whitelisted" means, it means that only the users who are listed in the Pure Evil Permissions are allowed to make Pure Evil Proposals because they are the only ones who are trustworthy enough. Only admins can add a user to the list, but it's best not to ask them to whitelist you because it's wrong and will result in you getting blocked. It's in the link below.
Yes. It's fear that was the main antagonist of The Good Dinosaur, despite not being the main character, because it was the cause of the conflict. However, Thunderclap is the closest the movie has to a character being the main antagonist, considering he has more screentime than the other antagonistic characters.
The admins deleted the proposal because despite being active for five months and having over 500 contributions, you weren't whitelisted at the time. I'm sorry, but this was for the sake of the greater good in this wiki. Users kept abusing the PE rules, so they have to be stricter now. The sole reason why the Lord Marmoo and Archibald Snatcher proposals were accepted because the whitelisted user rules weren't put in place at that time.
It's ultimately because Thunderclap isn't the cause of the conflict that Arlo has to face; it is fear itself. Arlo had to overcome that fear so he could get back home, and he was afraid of Thunderclap, too. Thunderclap was just one of the obstacles in Arlo's path, but it was fear that was the cause of the conflict in the whole story.
Cartoon Cat, though being morally aware, has no personality. I really can't say if he himself is evil, but the creature has done some evil acts as far as I am concerned.
While Tronos did redeem himself, if Aja did actually save him from Kubritz, he might've gotten more character development and may have prevented many disasters that weren't supposed to happen, as his special electricity powers could've been put to good use against Morando's forces. However, that was all wasted because she left him behind and he was killed by Morando himself. There is no excuse for her doing that.
I mean that both Cozy Glow and Tronos Madu were both wasted characters who were ruined by bad writing.
By the way, are you talking to me? I did not make this discussion; Godzillavkk did.