I know that and I'll respect this particular rule, as I wasn't aware of it beforehand, but I was basing it off of the fact that there have been plenty of pages about villains from upcoming films, like with Star Wars. I just hope we can apply the rules to everything, as I honest to God have the intention of following the rules of every Wiki I contribute to.
Okay, I see. For the record, I've been editing wikis, (especially Wikipedia), for a decade now and love to do it, but I also look to abide by the rules. As I was unaware of the rule regarding unreleased content, I won't contribute or create any pages of the nature again.
I was unaware about the edit-warring with the Star Wars articles, but that makes sense. Pardon if I didn't appear to be showing good faith.
I think he'd count as a complete monster. He pleads with Snoke to use his genocidal superweapon to kill billions of people and proclaims his enthusiasm like a true sadist right before it's fired. He also has no shred of remorse or even a second thought, unlike most of the other antagonists in the film.