Hi. So I see you locked the Azula page because of some stupid edit-warring. I was wondering, in your opinion, why wouldn't Azula be considered tragic? Because I've always thought of her as one of the most tragic characters in the series.
That's a pretty surface-level look at the character. She certainly acts like she doesn't care about her tragedy, but she clearly does, and it becomes very apparent towards the end of the series. She demonstrates a lot of pent-up anger towards her mother for neglecting her in favor of Zuko, and then becomes hostile towards Ozai for "treating her like Zuko". Most of her actions throughout the series are just her trying to maintain Ozai's "love" and avoid Zuko's treatment, while also rejecting the idea that she cares about her mother's approval. This is further enforced in the comics, when Azula becomes enraged that Ursa has a new daughter that she seems to love more than Azula, causing her to become enraged (more so than usual). In conclusion, Azula claims to just be a monster who doesn't care about anything, but that couldn't be further from the truth.
Sorry if this block of text inconveniences or annoys you, I usually try not to bother the admins on this wiki. This character's just been on my mind recently, and I feel somewhat strongly about this.
I can see your argument but most of that is speculation, Azula definitely has tragic elements to her character but it doesn't really justify her actions for one and even she doesn't really care about it proclaiming herself to just be a monster.
Another thing is all of this happened after Azula was already a pretty awful person, as she was born with pretty violent tendencies.
Should Montgomery De La Cruz be in the Near Pure Evil wiki? As mentioned his abusive father doesn’t nearly excuse his actions, his love for Winston is just lust and his insecurity is played selfishly. The only saving grace I’ll say for him is that he did genuinely care about Bryce as season 3 showed.
Did you feel bad for Bryce and Monty? I personally say Monty didn’t deserve being framed for murdering Bryce nor didn’t he deserve to life with an abusive dad but I do think he deserved to die since he was killed specifically excuses of what he did to Tyler. IMO Bryce didn’t deserve to die as he actually did some good hints such as protecting Tyler Fromm Monty and defending his mother and Justin from his grandfather and Seth respectively.
I am currently undergoing housekeeping project for unused pics in a bid to keep this fandom clean and free of junk images by deleting them. These thousands and thousands of unused pics had been dumped by users for years with no one to claim them. To keep this fandom cleansed of these junk pics I pleaded a couple of admins I managed to persuade to help this project. But I realized the more helping hand I have the better. So this is how it works:
with between every 2 hours and 2 hours and a half everyday I post list of unused pics on the message wall for deletion, and moderators and/or admins delete them. I wish to delete them myself but I am just a user; I do not have authority to do it myself.
thanks. Oh btw, when I post list of images for deletion I don't expect them to be deleted right away. Delete them at your leisure. Hell, I am just grateful that you are willing to lend me a hand in this.
I'm honestly not sure anymore its a weird situation as Solaris doesn't have clear moral agency but one of his persona's Mephiles seems to and the wiki doesn't really seem to be in agreement and the removal might be extremely controversial if I do it.
Maybe we could create a separate page for Solaris and Mephiles? Villains like Aku and 2015 Slappy have a clear personality but no agency so maybe Mephiles doesn’t ether. But I understand your concern and it is your decision to make.