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  • Hi, welcome to Villains Wiki! Thanks for your edit to the Auntie Shrew page.

    Please leave me a message if I can help with anything!

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  • Sorry about your new account. I thought the User of this account had plagiarized your old profile page. Soon I realized that your old account was blocked. I know I can be rude ask, but what exactly happened to your old account for it be blocked?

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  • WeedleMchairybug won't leave me alone. He even said the CM cateogry should be deleted. I told him what you said about him trying to use other villains as an example and how that's a lazy way of getting his arguments more valid and that they live up to their standards in their entertainment but he was at it again. He couldn't just agree to disagree. And he says how Hunchback isn't a family film and that means Frollo's actions aren't heinous by the standards of the story. IT IS A FAMILY FILM!!!! Just because it has certain certain subject material doesn't mean it's any less of a family film. Family films have thematic material and allot of stuff that seems adult. Yes it shoud have been rated PG but that doesn't change anything. PLEASE GIVE IT UP!!!!  I've officially told him I'm just gonna agree to disagree with him. I told him he should go to you and that you're more of an expert on the CM trope than I am but I don't think it'll do much. He's entiled to his opinion, but there's a difference between an opinion and making a poor analysis. He just won't take anything I say into full account. He's just using little ittty bitty ticks to make his arguments more justified, but all he's doing is either repeating himself or just not coming to grips with the fact that he has no real arguments. Sorry but I had to rant to someone. Btw, sorry about your account man. 

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  • Hey! I just would like to apologize for my constant arguing with you about the CM category. I understand that Complete Monsters are the baddest of the bad and maybe I do have a lot more to learn about what makes a Complete Monster. I'm just not looking at actions but also looking through a story point of view. Like with the Disney Villains Wiki I'm looking at if could the story or stories if it's a tv series could there have been a happy ending if the character wasn't in the story? If the answer is no then I consider them a monster. That's why I consider the Evil Queen one.  Although one sided in her actions she provoked fear in not just Snow but the Seven Dwarves as well as The Huntsman. Also Snow White couldn't have gotten her happy ending as long she was trying to escape The Queen. I realize that you might have a different opinion than me and I respect that. And with I say I'm sorry! 

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    • I'm, at the moment, preoccupied with other things (Soul Eater, my manuscript, etc.). Apologies.

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    • Also don't feel bad for wanting to enforce Tvtropes criteria. As I do it some times too. Because while like you said some of the information on TVTropes is questionable and debatable. There are some points that I do agree with. Like I don't think that the Queen Elsa Of Arendelle article should have been deleted because TVTROPES listed as the Big Bad of the film because she was the cause of the majority of the conflict of the movie. Whether intentional or not. Also Let It Go is  considered by them as a "villain song ." I've tried explaining this but apparently a lot of users don't agree with me which is ok.

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  • Hey I had a question regarding Angelus. I know you're not terribly familiar with Buffy, but I'll fill in the details. I added him to Pedophile considering he raped that 16 year old gypsy girl while he was 26 (well technically he was MUCH older than that but you know what I mean). I'm just not sure what laws regarding sex and age were like  back in the late 1800s or whatever year it was when he did that, or if the law was any different now. I asked the creator of the Pedophilia page, but it seems like that person hasn't really been on there for a while, so...

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    • Laws on sexual interaction were a lot looser in those days. Even barring that out, I'm not really thinking that this counts as an act of pedophilia. The gypsy in question wasn't a child, she was a decently-aged teenager.

      I say remove it.

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    • Ok thanks.

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    • As always.

      And what a wonderful thing to add to Angelus' repitoire. I'm not entirely familiar with Buffy (I've researched it, though) but if I'm correct, didn't he try and pull down all of humanity into Hell for kicks?

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  • So based on our conversation on Bryagh and why he's your favourite villain, you pretty much said that next to Thrax, he was the straghtes example of a CM you've ever seen in an animated family film. Does this mean you like Thrax somewhat?

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    • I shall. I have a girlfriend who ownes it. 

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    • Wonderful.

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  • first, thank you for ending that weird rant Emperor Gear went on.. second, I have a query :

    can Valeyard be considered a complete monster or does he fail for the same reason as Akhaten?

    reasons I'd say he counts more is:

    1) he has a choice not to be evil (since he evolved from a good character, rather being born "pure evil")

    2) he's very intelligent (and thus knows what he's doing is wrong but does so anyway)

    3) while by far not the most destructive he is a very petty and ruthless foe who will literally do anything to succeed (neutral evil at its worst)


    some negatives, however:

    1) his appearance is rather brief (and debatable on modern canon)

    2) he is outdone by some characters (Davros comes to mind)

    3) while not a parasite that requires evil to survive he is claimed to be made of all the "evil" parts of the Doctor.. so while he can have a choice to be good it may be harder (since his nature would be inclined towards "evil")


    just wanted to see what one thought, in Who (like any massive franchise) there can be multiple CMs.. but true CMs are always rare, which is why I want to make sure any character I believe *may* qualify is checked first with others (to minimize bias)

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    • true, the recent scheme Missy did reminded me of something Valeyard would of done rather than Master of old.. but I never did understand the Missy change anyway (seemed a bit unneeded, especially since the last Master was also a Joker-ish maniac).

      Anyway, that's off topic.. thanks for the help.

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    • Anytime.

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  • Are you still going to do Fusilli for me? Sorry if I keep bringing him up, but I thought you would when Jasper was brought up regarding Cartoon Network villains, or when King K. Rool was brought up.

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  • Thought I'd get something off my chest. I'm sorry, I mean no disrespect to anyone who made the category, but I just think the SPOILER category is a bit pointless. Like for example, why does it say SPOILERS on Hans' page if his name is right above the WARNING: SPOILERS sign? It already tells you who the bad guy is. Plus, who ever searched it must already know that Hans is the bad guy. Either they searched him or they saw him in an example page for a category. Now, to be fair, I can understand if say there was a masked villain with an alias under SPOILERS because the user wouldn't know who he/she was considering, well like I said, the character is masked and they're page is under the alias, so they don't know who the villain is until later. But with the case of Hans were the title immediately tells you that Hans is the bad guy, we're already spoiling it right away. Why put a warning sign below it?

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  • Hey is the invisible man really a Monster? No I don't mean a Complete Monster, just...well you know monster. All he is is invisible. He doesn't exactly have an monsterous features or anything like that.

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    • He's treated as such, so... I guess? He's more in line with a typical mutant, ala modern day X-Men or the sort.

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    • sorry if I'm butting in but a monster is basically defined as "a frightening being that goes against nature, usually in an ugly / abborent way" - by that definition many mutants count.. as does Invisible Man.. mutants are kind of a subtype of monster (in fiction anyway).

      same as how aliens would be a subtype of monster, if we're technical (at least to humans).

      the only creatures on this website I object to people listing as monsters are Demons since Demons are a spiritual entity.. yet many people list them as monsters (which is flawed).

      so.. Invisible Man is a monster, if you want to be technical.

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    • Thanks to both of yas! :)

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