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  • So I recently made a PE Proposal on my own Wiki called Multiversal Legends, its about my own villains that I create. Want to vote on my OC villains? I could send you the links to three of them if you want to vote.

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  • Hi, if you got the time, check out my blog and leave a vote please. https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:Dual89_Proxima/PE_Proposal:_Madame_Lorraine

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  • Elsa Schneider from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is absolutely similar to Elsa from the Frozen Duology despite the Frozen's Elsa isn't a villain at all.

    Not just their names are same, their appearance as well.

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  • I've recently made a drawing for one of my OC characters, want to seee?

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  • Hi. I hope you're doing well. I hope this doesn't seem too random or out of the blue, but if you have at least 15 minutes of spare time, could you please vote on my PE proposal for Izamura? The work he's from is an anime film called Patema Inverted. Normally, I don't go out of my way to ask people to vote, because I want them to vote on their own accord and out of their own interest. However, in this case, barely anyone else here seems to be familar with this movie or character, because even after being up for 3 days, it still only has 1 vote as of the time of this writing, which isn't enough for a consensus, and I'm getting worried that there won't be one at this rate. Therefore, I've decided that after waiting patiently to no avail, I need to at least try going around asking several different people if they can vote since it might be the only way for my proposal to not be ignored and get a real verdict. If for some reason you really don't want to or can't, I'll understand, but if you can help me out, I'd really appreciate it, and I hope you find it to be worth your time. 

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    • 1. Naraku's PE proposal is out:

      https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:Ivan_the_Brony_Kaiju/PE_Proposal:_Naraku

      This guy is far worse than Taigo. He's only slightly less repulsive than Dante from FMA. And here's my newest wondering about anime: FMA 2003 was better. Most people would say that. The good people knew it too. Did they really have to insist on doing a manga-enslaved adaptation? I always respect the source, but I wouldn't force a rerun of the source when I have a better adaptation. Know what I mean?

      2. Pending.

      3. Pending.

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    • Sure, I'll vote. He definitely qualifies. As for FMA 2003, I agree that from what I've seen, it's really good on its own merits. However, Brothehood is also considered really well done to the the point it's often ranked as among the best adaptations ever done, so I think it's safe to say that personal preferences aside, they each have their own strong set of merits, and which one you like more comes down to precisely that; personal preference. For example, Some characters get much more fleshed out and fully developed in one version but not the other; apparently, Maes Hughes is killed off much earlier in Brotherhood, so his death in the 2003 version has way more impact, but conversely, Riza Hawkeye apparently gets much more attention and development in Brotherhood. So yeah, I know what you mean, but considering how Brotherhood turned out and the generally very positive reception it got, I wouldn't say it's existence is a bad thing. If anything, it just gives Fullmetal Alchemist fans a choice based on what type of adaptation they're looking for, and if they want, they can choose to ignore the other.

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  • You know Fox, Owl and Snake are villains?

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    • I like How to Train Your Dragon.

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    • "Middle Earth" universe is epic. Check it out when you have the time. Now, I have a theory about HTTYD dragons:

      The dragons in HTTYD universe are all descendants of dinosaurs. First thing you see is the fact many dragons are looking more like dinosaurs than like dragons. Toothless, for example, was clearly evolved from microraptor. His wings structure (2 big wings on the sides, two little wings near the back legs and another two wings on in tail for balance), similarity to crows (people say it's like a dog/cat, but most of all, i see it as a giant crow with some dog and cat merged into it), arguably the most intelligent flying creature in the setting (unless you count Muddy Bewilderbeast as more intelligent due to being able to take over other dragons with more than just brute force) and talent to learn things are all leads to his ancestor. The Red Death must be evolved from ceratosaurus. Both have that bump in the nose (in ceratosaurus case, it was probably more bump than horn). And there's the slasher smile. The exact same slasher smile of the giant ceratosaurus from "Carnivores" series. You saw this creature see side-wise better than front-wise. That's a common trait among jurassic predators. Muddy Bewilderbeast is ceratopsian. Most likely a triceratops. The monstrous nightmare evolved from albertosaurus (narrow skull, serious bite force, every non-colossal dragon afraid of this creature). The deadly nadder evolved either from ceratosaurus or from one of the smaller dromaeosaurs. With the other dragons, look at them long enough and you might have your speculation about which dinosaur was their ansector.

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  • How many people have to die in order for it to count as mass murder?

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    • At least 10 people at the same time. Kevin Khatchadourian is a mass murderer for killing 12 people, 10 if them are his classmates at the same killing spree. It's kinda complicated, but as far as I know, non of the killers in "Scream" is a mass murderer. Not even Kieran.

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