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Helloyoungchaps

aka Kirby Bulborb

  • I live in The Literature Club at Trooper Village
  • I was born on August 30
  • My occupation is Being a Bulborb God
  • I am Male
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  • admin?

    Because Real Life Villiains Wiki is Restored on Miraheze : https://reallifevillains.miraheze.org/wiki/Real_Life_Villains_Wiki

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    • Yeah I was an admin of the wiki before it got shut down. However, I have no interest in joining the new site. Around a month before the original wiki was closed, I became inactive due to a personal lack of interest.

      That being said, I wish the editors of the new site good luck with it, though. It'll take ages to get all the pages replicated on the new site but hopefully, they'll be able to manage it.

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  • Hi,

    I've noticed your recent activity in creating pages for JoJo villains. First of all, I want to thank you for your dedication in writing more content in this wiki based on JoJo which, to be honest, has been quite minimal for a while. If its OK to you, can I reserve the rest of the villain pages for Golden Wind? I aim to create pages for them whenever the anime cathes up with them. That is of course, if someone else doesn't make it before me as I can't keep track on everyone in this wiki.

    Also, this is my opinion, but I think Squalo and Tizziano need a joint page as, much like Sorbet and Gelato, they are a couple who constantly work together and even die together. It's not like Prosciutto and Pesci or Cioccolata and Secco who work both together and separately and have plot points of their own too. Even Oingo and Boingo had that going on in Stardust Crusaders, as Boingo worked later with Hol Horse after his brother was hospitalized.

    As a side note, I want to point out that Kakyoin and Polnareff aren't villains as you created pages from them which were quickly taken down. Sure, they were antagonists in their introductory episodes, but antagonist doesn't always equal to villain (a hero can be antagonist too, especially in a work where the main protagonist is a villain). Holds especially true to these two as they never made any questionable or anti-heroic actions due to their own will and were just controlled by DIO's flesh bud and were undoubtly heroic when their true personalities surfaced. I wanted to say this as a constructive feedback so you don't have any wasted efforts.

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    • Sure, you can create pages for the remaining Golden Wind villains when the anime catches up to them. I'm moving my attention towards the Steel Ball Run villains anyway.

      The only reason why I thought that Squalo and Tizziano didn't need a joint page was because they have seperate pages on the JoJo Wiki. However your reasoning as to why they should have a joint page makes a lot of sense, and I see no problem with it.

      As for Kakyoin and Polnareff? I only added them due to the fact that we also have characters from Diamond Is Unbreakable that were introduced as antagonists and became good later on (Yukako, Rohan, ect). However, I would still like to apologise for the creation of the Kakyoin and Polnareff pages.

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    • Thanks a lot. But Kakyoin and Polnareff don't count as Possessed/Brainwashed because the category page specifically states that "Possessed/Brainwashed characters only count as villains if they spend more time under the influence in the story than they do with their normal personalities and thus are better recognizable in their possessed/brainwashed states". So there's not enough for them to be classified as villains who were redeemed.

      Rohan and Yukako however, were villains at first due to having questionable actions at their own free will, Yukako being a violent Tsundere and Rohan having an unhealthy obsession towards Koichi. Both were redeemed in the end, yes, but their previous villainous actions were undoubtely questionable.

      And simply put, antagonist as a term means "opposing force", not necessarily a villain. A character like Hank Schrader in Breaking Bad is an antagonist, but still a hero, while Walter White is an anti-hero and at times, a villain protagonist. Antagonist can have nothing but heroic actions and it simply depends on the setting. But due to how most works emphasize on the viewpoint of a heroic protagonist, antagonists are more often villains so it's easy to confuse the two. That's also why Kakyoin and Polnareff weren't villains but antagonists at first.

      Also, no need to apologize. I've also made a similar mistake, like adding Godot from Ace Attorney who didn't quite count. If you haven't played any Ace Attorney games, I don't dare to spoil why but it makes sense.

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