None of the first list really has the reason so don’t know if due to being mere mooks or other reading so no permission, I’ll give it for Reaper (Bakugan), Razenoid, Chaos Bakugan and Flash Ingram. Cylcone Percival never existed here apparently but next time just make a list vs three messages right after each other.
Yeah but wouldn’t you say Axelord’s fairly standard for the type of film he appears in? Also Hopper did intend genocide on the ants Andy is only saved from pure evil due to loving his mother enough not to kill Molt.
Axelrod is standard spy villain but still worse than the other two in attempts, Hopper did not attempt genocide he attempted to kill the queen and the few ants that spoke up against him out of fear!it might ruin his easy to exploit food supply.
I understand. All is Turbo really a game changer.? The only dark moment with him was the final battle and maybe trying to kill Vanellope and even then the Cy-Bugs are arguably darker than him. Other than that he’s a rather comedic villain.
Also wanted to ask. Do Bryce Walker and Dr Facilier fit number 6 and 15 of the scapegoat rules respectively. Bryce was remorseful and tried to redeem himself but was brutally killed before he could and Facilier just wanted to avoid getting his soul eaten and to be fair Lawrence put him in that situation where he offered the wayward souls out of desperation.
I’d lean to no on both, Bryce while remorseful is debatable especially given his death was partly his fault while Facilier wasn’t possessed, regardless of how one feels on his PE status he wasn’t possessed or necessarily forced into it with likely but planning to sacrifice some others regardless to save himself.
Yeah but if villains deaths are regarded as sad or doesn’t say disqualify them. Because doesn’t it seem to you we are supposed to feel sorry for Dr Facilier and 2018 Shere Khan with the way how the heroes react to their deaths?
Hello, Jester of chaos, could I have a moment of your time?
I'm an aspiring writer and I'm working on a visual novel on a moderator on a website that is falling apart who is desperately trying to salvage the site and purge the toxic userbase in the hope that their domain admin doesn't kick them off their domain registrar. (Like, far, far worse than the worst you'd ever find on this site.)
You seem like a world-weared admin, so I'd be delighted to hear some of your insights into what possible scenarios/conversations might happen? What type of users would be interacted with and what would transpire from them? I know this probably seems stupid, but I'd mean a lot to me to hear your anecdotes and insights?
What I’d recommend it’s trying to start a calm civil chat if they aren’t blatant trolls. This can be helpful if seeing how one reacts and if needed can hopefully lead to comprises but try to become acquainted with local admins in hopes they can step in and make a decision should something get out of hand but remember they won’t always agree with you so don’t take it too personal in those cases. Most cases they can help if a user is getting too hostile or arrogant by knocking them down a peg if necessary. If you’re one of the admins you must try to keep an approachable demeanor but also know when it’s time to put your foot down.
Now every admin will ultimately have their own style of handling things with mine being more of a watch for problematic behaviors from the background then stepping in after evaluating the situation. I try to do this by remaining friendly in most cases but also a bit blunt on issues, there are times where I’ll show a laidback approach if I feel the user overall means well but other times I’ll be far less patient when the user shows disrespect or makes a pattern of the same exact mistakes despite my efforts to help them. When dealing with these users it’s best to punish more severely if they were already blocked for the same behavior in the past but start it small as to not scare everyone away. Even if an admin or in a similar position of power I feel one should try to maintain a open door for communication and healthy level of respect especially with admins so everything can run smoothly (while fairly good on the civil part I’m not kept entirely up to date in some matters due to not using Discord). To sum all it up basically communication and a decent working relationships with the local admins is always the key to a functioning site with in most cases them being able to handle the troublemakers without a lot of problems.
Sorry if this isn’t helpful, I had wrote it a lot better in my first attempt but ultimately my internet crashed for the third time now so I had to rewrite it with me trying to replicate the overall message but unable to remember my exact wording on everything. I hope it’s helpful but if not then I apologize for wasting your time.
The Nail one does a bit more onscreen from
What I recall and isn’t in a setting that’s already corrupted into a darker setting where everything is worse for everyone. I’m probably not voting this one but I can see a couple reasons why they might reject him.
1. Everything the Nail Joker is standard villainy aside killing Batgirl and Robin and super villains torture heroes by doing that all the time. He also appears in the same comic with Darksied who tired to destroy the universe. Maybe the Batman who Laughs Joker doesn’t count but the Nail Joker shouldn’t count ethier.
2. Have you seen my evilest comic book villain poll? If so who would you vote for?
None of his actions really surpass normal super villain behavior except killing Batgirl and Robin. He kills many people (super villains do that), he forces the villains to fight each other (only like two die and not that heinous by DC standards) and kills Batgirl and Robin hurt Batman which many super villain should have done as well. His moral event horizon isn’t nearly on bar as the Batman who Laughs Joker. I agree with the onscreen villainy part but I’ve been told trying to destroy the universe outdoes anything involving resources due to how heinous it is.
Just attempting to destroy the universe isn’t automatically a disquieting others or that character immediately dying as there are far worse fates than simply dying plus again ones a God the other a normal human. The Nail one seems to do more than traditional villainy as while trying to kill heroes is a norm the fact he killed them how with the forcing others to kill each other (it seems played more like the entire area not merely a couple people) is enough with everything. Not necessarily the worse Joker but more onscreen acts than some.
hey Jester I was wondering how do you feel about the idea of central and secondary antagonists being able to exist in the same work. As both are on several pages for a movie tv show franchise or whatever. Red Chevalier thinks they can't however, and his argument does make a lot of sense since the secondary antagonist means the second most important antagonist and having an in between main and secondary would kind of make the wording confusing, he views central as basically a more important secondary antagonist.
I have recently been removing some overlap I just wanted to know what you thought about this.