I talked with Jester about this and he meant it is kinda like that. We know that every story has it's own standard. It's plausible and logical. There are also stories which took place in the same universe but are either just loosely connected and/or have different tones, so it's also logical that the heinous standard is different. But then he also said that it could be possible that even in the same story it can be possible for a villain to count if he wouldn't be in the same part as another very heinous villain. For example, a story may have not four Pure Evil villains in one of the same part, because it can be too many for that one part of the story so no one would clearly stand out. However, if one of the four would appear in later parts, it would be more possible because the villain doesn't get competition from the other three ones. Is that right?