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  • Some of the characters you've removed CM from are unbelievable.

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  • Not trying to pressure anybody but when will the old style for the categories come back?

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  • Okay you guessed it, I'm Witch of the Absolute, but you have my word I won't make any unauthorised CM edits here. PS I take it you're a troper?

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  • I was kind of wondering, why are you removing "Magnificent Bastard" from the info-boxes? I'm kind of curious.

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    • It's preferred that infoboxes have just 3-4 categories in the Type of Villains section, because if there's too many, it can get cluttered

      Now, the reason why I'm removing Magnificent Bastard in particular is because Ohad7672 spams infoboxes with categories like Complete Monster and Magnificent Bastard regardless of whether the villain in question fits the category.

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    • I see.

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  • how exactly is he not a Complete Monster? he is a serial-killer who lobotomized his own wife and had sexual feelings for his daughter : he tortured and killed MANY teen boys and had no redeeming qualities whatsoever.. do you even know what "The Loved Ones" is? if not, how can you be so quick to dismiss an obvious CM?

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    • Yikes. Yeah he definitely sounds like he counts.

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    • alright, I added him.

      I suppose he is worse than Mr. Stone after you mention the Evil Has Love Ones playing into it.. Mr. Stone at least kind of protected Lola.. Harrison spent the entire portion of his part in The Victim mocking everyone around him, attempting to bribe and lie to save himself and ultimately attempting to brutally murder people that could potentially get in his way.

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  • I guess groups don't count? even if they have no redeeming qualities whatsoever (I didn't add it though, they were a bit standard "hack and slash" horror types) - I can see why people would class them as CM though : they had no reason for anything they did and just killed people in horrible ways because they felt like it.

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  • Hey I'm doing this fun little face off on Jenner (Secret of Nimh) with Professor Ratigan (The  Great Mouse Detective). And I'm gonna be asking  users which one they think should win. Now this is NOT on who would win in a fight, but which one you think is the better villain. This isn't too much on which one is more evil, because we all know which one is. Jenner is a Complete Monster while Ratigan is a more standard villain, but which one you think is more effective, or which one you personally like more, who's the beter voice actor, etc. And if you like Jenner better because he's a CM, then that's fine too. For me, while Jenner is more evil and probably more menacing, I just love Ratigan more. He's more enjoyable, he had more to do, and he's voiced by Vincent Price. Need I say more? But I want opinions from those on this wiki as well, so what do you all think?

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  • Could you check the page Lew Moxon to make sure it's up to standard. I'm sick of Tearface being on my back for plagiarism even when I try to improve it however I can. You may want to check Feena Sik, Malia, Reflector, Simon Stagg, and Java as well.

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    • Rainbowman, you plagiarized that content from DC wiki and have been warned about why it is not allowed here. Besides, you kept removing plagiarism tags without rewriting it.

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    • Not to sound like a complete sloth but I just can't find the time to rewrite these articles by myself as I'm training my army of Skylanders to the highest. Point is, I have things to do both inside AND outside this wiki. I'd appreciate it if you ask someone to rewrite them so we wouldn't keep arguing about this. I mean you and I got better things to do than antagonizing each other am I right? This is why I was asking others like Bentonfill to help me. Someone other than me has got to care about keeping these articles. If they don't help, who will?

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  • Well guess what, I looked on Planet of the Apes wiki, and it turns out that in the novel prequel Firestorm, I have it but I haven't really read it yet, Koba actually had a mother whome he loved when he was in a facility with her as a child, and he lost her when she was beaten to death by one of the workers. It's also revealed that he did care for his human caretaker, Mary. Part of this to me means he is not a Complete Monster (seriously why is a backstory always making villains out to be innocent victims, JUST MAKE THEM BAD!) however, based on his willingness to kill Ash, his own kind, is it possible that the love for his mother was conditional love and not true love? And I doubt that after his experience with other humans, that he even cares for Mary any more. But if he is not a CM, I guess that means one of us should contact TV Tropes. 

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