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  • Hello there! Mind if I asking why did you think Kugaha is not a Complete Monster?

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    • Well he sounds sufficiently heinous, provided their aren't any worse villains.

      Now does he have any redeeming qualities or Freudian Excuse to being doing all of this?

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    • So far, none. See the article? The reason he did those because he thinks that other Bishamon servant are useless in combat despite he was a scale in his alternate form.

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  • before removing any category give a reason, it is not difficult and a required part of contributing since simply removing categories without giving any reason is not helpful to anyone.

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    • I usually do give reasons but I felt the argument the user used to say he's a CM was pretty weak. Being a mind-raping alone isn't enough unless the mindrape is particularly brutal and directed at a lot of people.

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    • well it actually was the most brutal form of mindrape in Wolverine's career, he was forced to kill his entire family (X-Men) and broke to the point he wanted to die and completed lost all willingness to fight ever again.. so Mysterio's act was especially nasty.

      However the comic itself was very much "grimdark", which is why I thought you may of disqualified it.

      Reading the comic it is very much not "weak" mindrape, it's as brutal as it gets.. and very, very graphic so I can see arguments for CM but I can also see arguments against (the fact all villains in the comic were homicidal madmen being one)

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    • Sorry I never read the comic. What's the heinous standard of it like anyway?

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  • By parody villain I mean she was used in fan fictions. Also I'm sort of new to this wiki and don't know all of the enitial so can you please tell me what KOC means?

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    • Fan fiction portrayels of her character don't belong here, this wiki is for villains from their original work. and that's not how the 'Parody Villains' category works. Parody Villains are villains based off other characters or real-world figures with the intent of them being used for comedy.

      KOC stands for Knight of Cerebus. Which is a villain from a lighthearted series with comical or incomptent villains that goes against said rules and darkens the tone of the work. If the series is already dark or if the villain is Played for Laughs than they don't qualify.

      A good example of a Knight of Cerebus is Dick Hardley from "The Powerpuff Girls".

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    • Oh, ok I see thanks for the information. The reason I think she is a KOC is because of how silly and goofy Homestuck was even with villains like Doc Scratch, Vriska Seeket, and Caliborn who made it more funny. The Condesce and Lord English really set Homestuck dark. Is that how KOC works? You can tell me tomorrow if your tired now.

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    • Yeah, I have never watched Homestruck so I can't say if she counts or not but if she indeed darkened the tone of the work than yeah.

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  • How much did he really love his son. He used his son as a pawm for his plans and his son only became the bad motherfucker so his dad would pay attention to him

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    • It's been a while since I watched the Kick Ass movies, but from what I remember Frank didn't really use his son as a pawn as his son willingly assisted his father in busting Kick Ass and Big Daddy he was only against his father wanting to torture and kill Kick Ass because he learned that he was really nothing in the grand scheme of things. Overall though, he loved his son as he was outraged when he thought Big Daddy killed him when he infiltrated one of the buildings in Frank's headquarters.

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  • good morning

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  • about Junko Enoshima  thier are infact more then one Junko in the series thier is Junko Enoshima  from the frist game she then dies at the end then thier is ai junko  in the 2ened game then in the 3rd thier  is Monca  with she wants to be the next junko and then thier is the version of junko from when she lost her memeries they all count as differnt characters

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  • So Adagio Dazzle is a monster but unknown to the much she is evil, can you explain to she doesn't need complete monster.

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    • She is not a Complete Monster due to failing the heinous standard and appears to have a Villainous Friendship with her the other Dazzlings.

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    • I can't believe this is even a question. No, she is not in the SLIGHTEST bit a Complete Monster. Her heinous level is insufficient (even Sunset Shimmer was worse than her when she got turned into a demon!), she and the other Dazzlings are all friends despite getting on each other's nerves, and the narrative considers her and her friends becoming harmless, normal teenage girls in the end to be a reasonable fate, meaning the possibility of redemption is left open to them and they're not to be seen as truly heinous villains.

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    • I know, that's what I said. I honestly don't think this version of MLP can have a CM. Tirek was the closest and even he engaged in generic villainy.

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    • One could make the argument that magic/energy absorption and violation of someone's entire being is horrific beyond generic villainy, though even then it's not quite as horrific as what the Tirek of G1 did or threatened to do to his victims.

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  • Do you know any villains that share some similarities with King Stefan in terms of background and personality. I mean both are male, once befriend with female protagonist that not truly human, but later betray her and then vows to kill her.

    If there are some, just reply with list of their names if any.


    Note: This message is optional to answe.

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    • Well like I said before Tighten from Megamind seems to share some similarties with him. Tighten or his real name Hal use to be a normal man who was a college and friend to Roxanne one of the protagonists until Megamind gave him super powers and he used them to try to win her over but she rejected him and he turned evil and tried to kill her and Megamind.

      Your comparsions are better though.

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    • You got that right. The one in my story, whom the villain i named Koba actually just from my imagination, but he still a dangerous villain on his own right, and perhaps there are some villain that similar with him would appear in a fiction someday.

      Back to our discussion, Tighten was good example of whom i wanted to know as those who similar with Stefan in term of their nature.

      You were right about Tighten because Tighten was once once befriends with Roxxane like Stefan did with Maleficent. Tighten betray Roxxane for selfish reason like Stefan did, though both how he betray Roxxane was quite different with Stefan as in Stefan's case, Stefan initially did it reluctantly. He also tried to kill Roxxane as well like what Stefan did to Maleficent at their final battle.

      Halloween, on the other hand, albeit same, he is more sadistic than Stefan nor Tighten.

      Good job to find that one. If you find more known villains that similar with King Stefan aside Tighten that you found, just let me know. Aside Halloween, i also found other one who similar with Stefan: Prince Hans from Frozen or Wizard of Oz in Wicked. Let me know if you found others aside those three(Tighten, Wizard of Oz, Halloween, and Prince Hans).

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  • Hey, do you want to help me clean what was left on Hematomaniac Category page? I heard that category was deleted due to too much like homicidal maniac, but villains listed on that page still left in there. All wa have to do is access each listed villain pagem and remove Hematomaniacs from their page. It won't easily finished in no time, but it was necessary as it won't be right if villains that list on deleted category still in there.

    Whatever your decision, i'll help you out as it depends on your decisions alone

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  • I realize that the article focuses on Cell in the Anime and Manga. But considering that The Legacy of Goku 2 is retelling the Cell Saga almost fluently, I would think that it would apply to the page.

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