Hey, I have a question. Do you know why many people and especially One Piece fans don't see Akainu as Pure Evil or evil at all? It's so dumb and annoying for me, because there are facts that show he is evil.
Hey, I think it is because they see him as somebody who is genuinely out to do justice for the civilians. People think that he is simply doing his job and that he has no malicious intentions behind his actions. Even though, he displays malicious intentions and no care for civilians or his own people, the marines.
Yeah, and that's just dumb and they should know. Because they should see through his actions. But the people I asked said something like "because marines are the good ones" or "because he thinks he is good and in the right", what are the dumbest and most unlogical arguments someone can give. Smart people like us know that that isn't true. Because there are plenty of villains who do heinous crimes and think it's for the greater good or villains on the side of the justice, and the other way around, heroes on the criminal side (Like Robin Hood). I think he is one of the controversial Pure Evil villains like Light Yagami for example. But I always wonder if the creators wanted to portray characters like Akainu and Light as Pure Evil or it wasn't on purpose but the way how they are portrayed show it. Because we have the rule of "No word of god".
But my friends and I had a question. Why isn't Blackbeard from One Piece under Pure Evil too? Isn't he heinous enough? Many people tell me that he's even worse and more evil than Akainu.
I don't know if Akainu or Light were intentionally portrayed to be pure evil by their writers. But, for pure evil villains who are intentionally written to be pure evil like Frieza or Hody Jones, they are often flat and static characters. There is often not much to these types of pure evil villains since they are only extremely cruel. And often times, these types of pure evil villains do not have much depth to their character besides being very wicked.
Plus, with pure evil, a writer may not think the villain they wrote were pure evil but they ended up meeting all the criteria. That tends to happen. It's whether the villain meets the criteria that counts.
With Blackbeard, he seems to respect his own crew, the Blackbeard Pirates. Blackbeard is like the evil counterpart to Luffy. Luffy respects his crew; Blackbeard respects his crew. With me, I think that is debatable since he betrayed his previous crew the Whitebeard Pirates. Plus in Impel Down, he only wanted the strongest members for his pirate crew which was why he had a bunch of prisoners fight and die to prove to him who is the strongest. I think he may not care so much for his crew for their unique personalities like Luffy but only care that they are strong enough to help him find the one piece. He goes beyond the heinous standards but seems to have a redeeming quality.
Jie Ly, you are Vincent Ly. I know that you went inactive with this account and began using the Vincent Ly account afterwards. Back then that wasn't sockpuppetry since you moved from one account to another and were not editing at the same time. But now you are using this account while, your other account has been blocked.
Good job at proposing King David from Magi the Labyrinth of Magic. I will admit though, the current TV Tropes writeup seems lacking and I plan to modify it soon enough. Anyways, what's your opinion on this writeup of King David:
"King David Jehoahz Abraham is the King of Alma Torran of the past and the ruler of the Magicians. As King, David oppresses all non-human species in his empire with magic towers constructed to steal their reason and intellect, turning them into feral, mindless beasts under the control of the human ruling class. Having discovered the form of "Ill Ilah," an Eldritch Abomination known as God, David makes plans to surpass it and take a seat as God himself. When his son Solomon rebels against David's tyranny, David bides his time until Solomon and his allies attack David's capital. David lets them attack a decoy, before leading his magicians in his own entourage to butcher the helpless civilians, including the children. The young son of two of Solomon's closest followers is found hideously burnt and dying, but still alive, begging his mother to save him as he dies in her arms. The one fighter who attempts to stop David is mercilessly slaughtered with nothing short of cold satisfaction. When engaging Solomon, David shows no regret or remorse, proclaiming his grand ambitions and utter megalomania."
Also, I'll admit that most of Susumu Hirasawa songs matches nicely with Magi the Labyrinth of Magic
Hey and thanks, I saw this write-up. It's a good write-up as it summarizes all his crimes in the flashback and his twisted personality. The only problem is that it does not include his recent crimes since the flashback. All it needs is to be updated with his recent crimes so that his write-up would include all his crimes.
Hello, I just want to tell you villains should have villains from the show Vinland Saga. A Japanese historical manga set in Dane-controlled England at the start of the 11th century, and features the Danish invaders of England commonly known as Vikings, and just like Sasuke Uchiha, one of the main characters will want vengeance. The manga recently was adapted into an anime that is being streamed on Amazon Video.
Hello, sorry but I am not too familiar with Vinland Saga. It does sound like an interesting manga. You can make pages for Vinland Saga villains, if you want, as long as the pages have sufficient content, not a one-line article and is not plagiarized.
Thanks... Yeah, I'll admit that I didn't know it was self-contained back then but glad that a friend of mine from TV Tropes help me with qualifying Azuras and I'm happy to get another comic book villain up. Thanks for EPing him in VW and make me know the existence of the comic
Please vote for both or one of the 2 transparent png pictures of the infobox of Kronika the Keeper of Time (including the Lady Kronika-removebg.png picture under the infobox's secondary line named "Crowned" as I personally & honestly recommend).