When the date is August 21st, could I please create a removal proposal for Morgana from the Tales of Arcadia franchise? In the third installment, Wizards, it's shown that Morgana truly had good intentions for trollkind as she fought for their freedom from her brother, King Arthur, who wanted to wipe them out to avenge the death of his wife, Guinevere, who was killed by a Stalkling. She also cared about Guinevere as she tried to save her life, and in the end, Morgana redeems herself.
I'm also planning on making a proposal for Skrael and Bellroc, as they want to unleash uncontrolled magic onto the world to destroy it and then remake it because Morgana failed them and because they hate mankind. The only reason why I'm hesitant to propose them is because they are still at large and they are set to appear in the upcoming Netflix film, Rise of the Titans, which will be the grand finale of the Tales of Arcadia franchise, so their story is most likely not over yet. That was the same reason why General Morando was rejected from the Pure Evil category when I made my first proposal on him back in January 7th, 2019.
So I found this aricle on here: Fred G. Sanford and the infobox looks nothing like the usual one i see on other articles and has different information on it. I feel like the aryiocle shoudn't be there. Should it beb deleted?
NerdWithAKeyBoard and Valkerone keeping adding the mainstream Joker under the category rapists and adding rape to his list of crimes. The mainstream Joker never raped anyone.
He sexually assaulted Harley in the new 52 Death of the Family and Barbara in the Killing Joke but it was confirmed he never raped Barbara and sexual assault is not the same thing as rape. The 2008 graphic novel and Injustice Jokers have separate pages as they did commit rape but those are Elseworlds stories. Ordeals explained this to Nerd but Valkerone added him back without giving an explanation. Should we discuss this with all of them on the talk page or what?
But Alan Moore confirmed he didn’t rape Barbara. The script even makes this clear. I would rather have it as “Rape (implied)” and remove him from the rapist category at least since there’s no actual confirmation the mainstream Joker raped anyone.
It doesn't make sense why would Joker go to the trouble of doing that if he wasn't going to rub it in Jim Gordan's face, remember Joker's main purpose was to break Jim Gordon so if he did Rape Barbra he definitely would have tried to rub it in his face as much as possible. The fact this is considered an implication honestly baffles me as its not implied.
Joker has self-loathing but not insecure and Emperor Joker just hints he cares for Harley Quinn (which varies from comic to comic) and Killing Joke merely had a rare moment of tragedy from what I recall.
How is Mordecai a villain? I don't know if you've looked over the page, but 99% of the examples on it are just "he said a mean thing/he was a jerk to Rigby" or "he lied".
Now he does do one thing that's villainous and that's kill Rigby in one episode, something that he didn't intend at all and immediately tried to correct.
If we applied the criteria we're using to allow Mordecai to other characters, we'd have a lot more pages on this wiki. Seeing as how other villains have been deleted for the same reasons Mordecai is allowed I'm confused why his page hasn't been deleted yet.
I remover it being discussed doing ago but he killed Rigby, endangered the park a lot and if I remember tried to break in to Margaret’s house simply so he could delete a message among other things. The page itself isn’t great and does list more jerk things but of what I vaguely remember he goes beyond a simple jerk on more than a few occasions.
Mordecai never intentionally endangers and he didn't break into Margaret's house with the intention of harming Margaret. Also as I stated in my first comment, his killing Rigby was an accident and something he immediately corrected. Again, these are all things other pages have been deleted for.
He broke into a persons house which is still a crime, impersonated astronauts which nearly lead to the area being destroyed, tried to sabotage two new peoples jobs simply to keep his own and potentially more. All I recall for certainty is it’s been talked about and constantly removed fro it to the point I had to add it to my watch list. The ones I know removed for similar were a bit more due to not doing much or negative continuity playing part of it. He’s more debatable of the two that’s for sure.
Heroes commit things that are technically "crimes" all the time. There's a difference between an action that's legally a crime and an action that's done with intent to harm someone else. Mordecai's breaking into Margaret's house was not done with intent to harm her.
Besides that, when Mordecai causes trouble it's not done out of malice but usually from him being short-sighted and not thinking his actions through. The only time that's not the case is with the Chad & Jeremy situation, as you previously stated, but that was just one episode.
Heroes rarely cause the same amount of damage the duo does and risks with the laws they break less for selfish reasons, I was thinking if it stayed it may of been best to combine the “past” from one episode and potential the future from the film into a combined page but looks like it was deleted. I found him a debatable one but don’t recall enough or even at this point care that he was deleted.
"Heroes rarely cause the same amount of damage the duo does"
I take it you haven't seen Dragon Ball Z.
And again breaking a law isn't necessarily done with the intent to be harmful or malicious, even if it was done for selfish reasons. Mordecai's breaking into Margaret's house wasn't done with the intent of harming her or any of her stuff.
EDIT: Nevermind, I didn't realize he was deleted when I wrote this.
Dragon Ball Z the damage is to stop the universal threats so more necessity for the damage they do. You seem to miss the point of what I was saying: the breaking in alone wouldn’t be enough but sure as Hell with other controversial things could of helped his case as it’s still messed up.