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.Fel Aubin

aka Ubermensch

  • I live in Quebec
  • I was born on December 7
  • My occupation is Outcast
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  • Yeah thats it, thought it was for the beating which didnt make much sense.

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  • He’s insecure because deep down he’s still the harmless little boy who was curious about wakanda and at the end of the film, he he reminisced about the time his father told him about wakanda. And plus, he’s been placed as insecure before so I don’t think you should’ve removed that factor.

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  • Hey there! Misunderstood your comment on the Bakasura proposal, sorry. Left a new reply on there to your comment, so check it out!

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  • I just wanted to apologize, I didn’t know this wiki was this strict.

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    • YeI understand. Happened to me when I begun

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    • Blazing, one thing that can help out is don't add just categories. Work on adding more substance to the main part of the page.

      What I've found is the people who spend most or all of their time adding categories wind up creating more of a mess than helping to organize the page because they start putting in categories that are really trivial or definitely don't fit the page. They use categories and/or begin stuffing factoid after factoid into the Infobox as an excuse not to write anything on the main part of the page. For example, they don't bother describing how Rodney McKay from the Stargate TV shows is arrogant because all they have to do is add an "Arrogant" category or add it to his personality section of the Infobox.

      When you're considering adding a category, flip it around and ask yourself, "Do I really think that when people come to this wiki, they specifically want to know what characters are in this category?" If the answer is no or probably not, then skip it.

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  • Hello Fel Aubin. How may I help you?

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  • While I do agree that Yhorm himself was one of the most pure hearted and kind bosses in the Souls series, he, like the Abyss Watchers and Twin Princes serve as foes for the protgonist.

    The Watchers could be seen as good people due to the fact all they wanted was to carry on the legacy of Artorias by eradicating the evil's spawned by the dark.

    Lothric is rather justified in his refusal to link the fire, feeling that he had no say in the matter, was born disfigured by his fathers obsession with producing a true lord of cinder and destined to one day be burned alive for a cause he was forced to be a part of.



    Yhorm, just like the watchers was corrupted, indicated by the red glow in his eyes, a sign of being contaminated by the Abyss. 

    As well, Artorias himself was corrupted, despite everyone in the series almost always calling him a great hero.

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    • Ok so he can stay. What do you think of Aldrich?

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    • Aldrich is most certainly a Villain. He, for really no reason whatsoever one day decided, "I'm going see what human flesh tastes like." He enjoyed eating people so much that he made rings used for the express purpose of granting him more power whenever he consumed somebody.



      As far as I can tell, him, Pontiff Sulyvahn, Nasharndra and Seath have absolutley no good intent in them. They do what they do because all they care about is themselves. There's no silver lining, no higher, noble goal in mind. All they want is power, and are willing to do whatever it takes to get it.

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    • Yeah. They have no excuses beyond selfishness. I wonder why Aldrich was nominated Lord of Cinder, despite the horrible things he has done.

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    • Power.

      He had the power to become a lord of cinder. 

      Hawkwood the Deserter even says it.

      "He ate so many that he bloated like a drowned pig, then softened into sludge. So they stuck him in the Cathedral of the Deep and made him a Lord of Cinder. Not for virtue, but for might."

      I strongly believe that Aldrich was forced to burn against his will, and one of the reasons he became the villain we encounter is because he's trying to get revenge against Gwyn, who is at fault for all the wrong things that have happened in the souls series because of his actions, including Aldrich death, by not only taking the First Lord of Cinders city of Lordran, but also cannibalizing his last child Gwyndolin. 

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  • I noticed you are active on the Great Villains Wiki. While Hoskins is a bad dude, we can both agree he isn't pure evil. But on that wiki he's listed as "Total Darkness" but Eli MIlls isn't. Could you propose to remove him there or try to et me unblocked. I tried to propose he wasn't pure evil but got blocked until June for "false information" simply because I stated on his wiki page he didn't send Marsani's instructor home. I would just tell the adminastrator he fails the henious standard compared to Mills or he has redeeming qualitiies such as his wolf pup story or his sorowfulness when Marsani died.

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    • He was but he stated he was giving u the wayward souls, he implied hsi friends were going to take them alone which brings in individual cabalties problems and he only did so so he would survive. Selfish and evil but he didn't do it for fun and he was not going to sacrifice everyone just the wayward people and his ffreinds were going to take them not Facilier himself.

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    • I made the removal propsoal for Facilier. Go to the blogs.

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  • Didn't Henry Bowers feel remorse for leaving his friends to die in the book? He also felt bad for Bill for losing Georgie.

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    • I don't know. Never read the book. 

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    • Well just so you know Henry apoligizes to Belch (actually IT in disguse but Henry doesn't know that) for leaving him to die. The 2017 Henry isn't remorseful but do you think he is honorable due to giving Bill a "free ride" because he lost his brother or is that an honorable quality.

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    • Mmm interesting, that could count. Just explain that when you will adding that categorie please.

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    • Yes sir.

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  • Henry Bowers has a tragic past.

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  • Hello, .Fel Aubin. It's very good to see you. Can you give me a handshake?

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