I find similarities to other villains more interesting on a article than the similarities in a blog. Yet I’m still hoping to see it again and making feel good again. In fact, I disagreed with what Valkerone has placed before the similarities were no longer allowed to be placed in trivia. In addition, I even expressed to him how I felt from this. Most of the time, I try to find something to bring me up in a good way because back in life I feel too upside than what anyone get out of. I relate to how if someone removes something you gone you would unhappy, sad and down. I felt this way in multiple occasions and wished I could’ve done something to bring them back and not have harsh factors that would leave out of the way. However, if it’s something that means would try to work it out or do anything we can agree upon.
First, people will know if the villain died miserably or honorably by the contents of the article itself, which is why articles need improving to provide proper information instead of categories slapped on like logos on race cars.
Second, simply removing a template is not how you go about "saving" something. That is done by discussing the reason for it being there. That is done by following the instructions on the template banner.
In this case, however, the discussion has been had and is long past over. The decision is that "dead is dead" and that the default death for villains is "in disgrace" unless they died with some form of redemption. The former then does not need a separate category from Category:Deceased ("villains" is being dropped from most categories as redundant, all characters here are villains), and the latter can be indicated by adding a tag for Category:Redeemed Villains (it too will soon be renamed without "villains").