" Don't ignore me like other admins." Please don't make a request to an admin with this bossy attitude. Just because all others admins ignored you don,t gove you the right to talk like that to another one.
Those are the bare minimum for even consideration, there are other factors like reasoning on votes in PE Proposals (its part of why some are added much later) and if in any major problems lately. I lean to no currently primarily because from what I can tell you don't seem to of voted much and recently you got into an argument with your reasoning being "TV Tropes said so", I recommend either linking 5 PE Proposals you voted on or voting on some in the future so we can see how you write your reasoning as while the majority doesn't factor in we do need to see you know how to make clear/decent arguments.
It took a while to find any votes outside the he current one and Moriarty but of the ones I could find got to say no for the time being as they seemed pretty weak in reasoning. That said you are seeming to get better so maybe in a while after a few more proposals.
Okay, I think we need to discuss some things with regards to Demise (and by extension, Ghirahim). First of all, I'm doing this now because I just got around to finishing the game after all this time, so I felt like I could better judge what categories were more fitting. I'm obviously not trying to cause any problems. Second, I just added the Leader and Monster categories because in the game's opening cinematic scene, he was heavily implied to lead his forces against the Goddess Hylia, hence why I think the first one is accurate, and I feel like the Monster category applies because of his Imprisoned form, where he comes off more like a simpler, feral beast as opposed to a God or Demon. Finally, while I rarely use the Game Changer category due to it being very subjective and leading to edit wars, I thought it was safe to apply to him and Ghirahim, because while Hyrule may face a litany of similar threats, they're the ones who essentially start it all, not to mention that within their own game, they're definitely responsible for all the game's darker aspects and stand out as very credible threats to an otherwise light and peaceful setting. Therefore, of all the series' antagonists, I think that they're two of the most fitting for it. After all, it's not like the game is very dark or serious otherwise.
I'm sorry if I'm suddenly rubbing you the wrong way by doing this, but I did put thought into adding these categories, and I really don't want to be responsible for or get in trouble for edit-warring. Besides, I know that suddenly changing my name and avatar and coincidentally not contributing to these pages before under my previous name may make me seem like a different user, but I'm clearly still the same person, and you know I'm not the type to spam/abuse categories on purpose, right?
Alright I’ll address it: just because in canon timeline wise appears before doesn’t change the fact Zelda isn’t shy to dark elements even before they appeared in the games (the game is essentially a prequel) threats why neither are Game Changers. Game Changers are for stories/series that are extremely comical and lighthearted which Zelda really isn’t, rather it’s an adventure series with dark/serious elements and characters for a long time per norm of similar adventure stories they simply don’t show anything too graphic onscreen as they try to avoid using a lot of blood.
As for the Monsters thing even in his imprisoned form he’s pretty much a feral demon, per category they do not overlap. Leader I don’t disagree with that removal being an accident which is why I re-added it a moment ago.
I see. Thanks for the clarification. The application of the Game Changers category sounds really complicated. For a while, I thought it was the equivalent of Knight of Cerebus over on you-know-where, and that it could apply to any villain or antagonist that stands out as particularly dark, threatening and serious for their respective work. In other words, even if the work isn't super lighthearted or comedic, they can still be this if they bring a level of darkness that is often not seen otherwise. For example, I'm actually surprised Dimentio isn't listed as one, since while he's not the first major threat, he still threatened the whole multiverse, which is on a scale that's largely unheard of otherwise, and a major reason why the game is often seen as the darkest of any of the Mario games. Is it because Count Bleck was already trying to destroy the multiverse, albeit for more sympathetic and tragic reasons?
Well it was originally know under that name but we are far more strict (that place has listed stuff from dark works simply because they were “darker” than the average) as for Dimentio he’s one I’ve always found mildly debatable but it’s partly because he’s comical until near the end along with Count Bleck trying to destroy creation and combined with the fact Paper Mario having darker villains as a whole is to my understanding why he’s been removed.
Oh that's right, I read a while ago it used to be called that. Well, if that's how strictly it's applied, I'll just try to avoid adding it wherever it seems like there's room for debate and could lead to edit-warring. If anything, the way it's applied here it sounds like it's more comparable to the "Vile Villain, Saccharine Show" trope. Speaking of which, could Jafar (2019) be safely added? Having seen the movie several times and even being the one who did a PE proposal for him last year, I feel like he stands in pretty stark contrast with the film he's in.
With Jafar I lean no but can’t say for certainty given I haven’t seen it, of what I’ve seen and heard of the live actions they tend to keep a serious tone just some comedic moments with him sounding overall similar to the original just a bit worse given the attempt to wipe out an entire kingdom for revenge.
& it is not a "we", Ismail. It is "may I please" (because there is you only & nobody else besides you, always choose your words carefully). & please do not yell or scream or shout @ users including wiki admins, Ismail, because it is uncourteous & unprofessional. Understand?
Hi there. To start off, and just to make sure you're not confused, thinking this is someone messaging you for the first time, I'm the same user as ThatScrewyDuck. It's just that, after thinking it over for a while, I decided to change my username, as well as my avatar, to something that I thought was a much more accurate reflection of what I really like (plus, because some users, mainly MIDKOWITCH under his different names, were calling me Daffy due to him being my avatar, which for some reason, really bothered me). However, for some incomprehensible reason, it's completed cleared out any votes from my previous PE Proposals, or at least, you can't seem them anymore! I don't understand why it would do that just because I changed my name. Is there some way to fix this? It really bothers me that all the proof of my proposals being approved is just gone (even more troubling, while there were only maybe 4, it even cleared away the existing votes in a PG proposal I currently have up on the Heroes Wiki).
I unfortunately think due to it renaming it also went and auto renamed the part of the proposal which might of been essentially clearing all the comments by default. Unfortunately I don’t believe there’s a lot way to fix it.
........I see. I'm actually very sad about that, since it makes it look like no one actually voted on, let alone approved any of my proposals, many of which I put hours of hard work and proof-reading into. Just to make sure, no one's actually going to disprove these proposals and take all the characters I did them for out of the Approved Evil template/category, are they? Anyway, I can't believe it's possible that something like this could happen just by doing something as simple as a username change. If I had know this would happen, I would have changed my name a lot sooner so that this didn't negatively affect as much of my work in retrospect.
Also, B1bl1kal, may I ask why you're congratulating me by telling me "good for you"? I don't feel like I deserve much praise right now.
I see. Okay, thanks for the clarification all around. And no, I didn't do this because of MIDKOWITCH... at least it wasn't the only reason. If it reduces the chances of him or her harassing me anymore (as well as simply calling me Daffy, which somehow, just really annoyed me), that's great, but honestly, I felt like I used that username because I happened to be going through all these Looney Tunes shorts featuring Daffy Duck at the time. But over time, while he's still my favorite Looney Tuens character, I just got this nagging feeling that I could have chosen a name that represented me and my interests a little more accurately. Hence the new one. I just never could have possibly imagined there was any chance it could lead to all the comments under all my past proposals disappearing... how can there be any connection to what seems like two completely unrelated concepts?
Oh, really? That's very neat, and of course, it's reassuring to know there's anything I can do to view the comments again. And no, I don't mind you "barging in" if it means offering a solution. The only problem is I have no idea how to leave a redirect like that. What's the simplest way to do it?
Just something like the blog name with your original username then ?redirect=no and a note here is what i would reccomend
<p style="text-align:center;"><u>'''''Due to my username change the the votes are on the rederict if you want to see it click [https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/User%20blog:ThatScrewyDuck/PE%20Proposal:%20Nizam?redirect=no here]'''''</u></p>
I’ll clarify before I close it: they lied. Nothing indicates they asked after Beholder told them to rather they created to effort post and claimed he gave them it. That and no one is allowed to make proposals unless on the whitelist per rules, the user knew this yet decided they would rather just do whatever they want which is partly why I never gave them the permissions to begin with here.