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@Catmum833 I do like Wallflower because she’s somewhat relatable. But I do have a problem with her motives.
Y’see, she’s lonely and doesn’t talk well. Sucks. Then why does she blame her introverted ways entirely on Sunset? It’s not like Sunset bullied her into being the way she is.
Also, why does Wallflower erase the Mane 6’s memories to begin with? Sure, it’ll spite Sunset, but it doesn’t fix her problem at all.
I would’ve liked it better if, instead of erasing the Mane 6’s memories of Sunset in its entirety, Wallflower could take over Sunset’s life and act as she’s the one who saved the Rainbooms, help Sci-Twi not destroy the school, etc. That way, Wallflower will not be so lonely AND spite Sunset.
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Spinel instantly became a fan favorite, it seems. And I am glad.
Because he’s redeemed.
Should he be an anti-hero then?
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Yes and no. Bill is a species where genders are limitless. Bill can be whatever gender they want. Bill picked male.
I might be spouting out bullcrap though.
You know what else I don’t tolerate? Brutally murdering a puppy for no reason other than being a sadistic bully.
I hate all kinds of animal abuse. End of story.
It’s just that giving friendship works for some villains (Starlight, Discord, etc) while others are too stubborn to accept friendship (Tirek, Chrysalis, etc). They vary just like every person who walks this earth.
It’s like the gems from Steven Universe. It’s obvious what gender they act as, but knowing their species, they’re categorized as genderless.
As for the MLP: FIM villains, I think they’re trying to teach kids that there are some people who won’t be your friend. Either they’re too stubborn or they’ve gone far beyond the point of no return.
In season 6, Chrysalis had a chance to reform with the help of Starlight. But she downright refused to. She brought that onto herself.
There will be people who don’t want your friendship. The best thing you can do is to make sure they don’t hurt your true friends.
I’m just unfortunate to go see that stinker in theaters. I hated everything except Lou. Sure, he’s bland. But seeing how he’s suffering in a world filled with hypocrites, I can’t help but feel sympathetic.
Lou from the hellhole of a movie that was Uglydolls. I mean, Lou just told those fluffy son of biscuits that he can’t be loved by a child because he’s a prototype. What do they do? Don’t even care. Hell, they don’t even acknowledge that he’s left behind to watch other dolls achieve something beyond his grasp. They could’ve at least seen from his point of view, since he’s different just like they are. Since that’s not the case, it just makes the so called heroes look like hypocrites.
God, I hate that movie.
They lack friends?
Probably because he had no qualms about killing off animals right in front of a crowd.
@Leikster16 Looked up “discussions”, but found no results.
@Leikster16 A fandom for discussions?
@Leikstar16 I’m actually not sure how to be in discussions in Fandom. I’m relatively new and not sure how to work everything.
His name is Von Doom. He already screams “I’m a bad guy”.
Attempted omniscide is attempted omnisicde, no matter the circumstances.