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.
Just saw it. Thanks, bud :-). Stay tuned for episode 6, featuring Indoraptor vs Cujo. Also, I know the votes for episodes 1-4 are closed, but do you have a winner for earlier episodes (Thanos vs King Ghidorah, Facilier vs Rasputin, McLeach vs Clayton and Sylvanas Windrunner vs Piper Shaw)?
Are you familiar with TWD? If so, I would like to discuss some new insights. Also, do you have specific TWD villains that you want to see as contesters/judges? IMO Danny St. John can represent gluttony and Carver/Crawford can represent pride.
I know enough to have an intelligent conversation about it. As said in Mourioche's proposal, Mannoroth will be proposed in the future. I have thoughts about propoaing Sylvanas Windrunner too. By the edning of BFA, she's already well beyond tragedy. The other PE villains of her universe had far more resources. I might ask some WOW enthusiastics about Aylvi, but Mannoroth is a sure bet.
The "Warcraft" movie was fun enough. It's a retelling of the first game. If you know the 1st game, you'll know plenty of what happened in the movie. You probably liked "Legion". Varian and Vol'jin died, Sylvi became the war queen of the horde and things went to the twisting nether.
Thanks, I gave in y vote. Also I did a Fanfic on Sargeras where in my take on Warcraft is that Sargeras is Pure Evil and is not a Well-Intentioned Extremist like his canon counterpart. He only wanted a excuse to commit genocide and wants to remake the universe in his image.
I've addded a new villain named "The One Who Is The One" from the novel series called Witch & Wizard by James Patterson. He, despite his silly rebundant name, is one of the most evil main villains in Young Adult novels. He is one of my future PE cannidates aftr I finish the novel series. Mainly he is like a magical Adolf Hitler (Like Voldemort but was born in the United States) who dethrone the US govenrment and banned all pratice of magic and art (despite being a magic user who owns some works of art himself), if you get caught using either one would have you executed.
Which are votes in the first 3 episodes? I can't count your vote, because episodes 1-3 are closed, but I would like to hear your opinion. Maybe you'll be more familiar with episode 5, featuring Indominus rex vs Sharptooth.
Are you familiar with Kieran Wilcox? So I might use him instead of Dorian. He can argued as Prince Hans of "Scream" universe. I'm not sure yet, but I do promise that Hans is a lead candidate for future episodes.
So sad to hear it :-(. I had my own depression phases, so I feel your pain. I won't force you to be specific about anything you doesn't feel comfortable about, but who are those people who said nihilistic bullshit? Do they have a purpose of existence?
I honestly don't remember their names, it's just that people are being too negative, not to mention that i'm using internet a bit too much, maybe it would be good for me to use it a bit less. Thanks anyway :)
Also: When depression attacks you, kick it in the balls.
1. A rule of thumb about the internet says that commenting after up to two days is quick, between 3 days and two weeks is average, and above two weeks is a temporary drift until one of the sides will have something to say. Life is busy, and i'm sure you'll find the internet time that's best for you. Now, I don't wanna sound like the toxic people you met, but are you capable to get back to life? Talking about topics, insights and such?
2. Technically you're right, but the people who driven me to depression have no balls. Some are technically men, but no balls involved. Know what I mean?
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.
Hi there, I just saw your reply. Oh, you actually wanted me to vote? Sorry, I wasn't aware that's what you wanted. I'll see about possibly doing that. As for what my favorite anime is? Honestly, I don't think I can narrow it down to just one since their are quite a number of them that stick out to me for different reasons. In fact, you can simply view the anime section of my user page to see which ones I really like to some degree or another, but with that being stated, I'll try to narrow down to my very favorites; Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, Naruto and some of the Studio Ghibli films will always have a special place in my heart due to introducing me to a medium and how great it could potentially be, and as for ones that I've seen more recently in the last few years since I really starting to get into it, here are some others that really stand out as great for some reason or another; Spice and Wolf, Mushishi, Haibane Renmei, Cowboy Bebop, Ouran, the Clannad series (especially the second season, After Story), Princess Tutu, Moribito: Guardian of the Spirit, Madoka Magica, Paranoia Agent, Shinsekai Yori/From the New World, Hyouka and The Ancient Magus' Bride. Sorry that that's about as much as I can narrow it down, but again, all of these are fantastic in their own way in my opinion.
As for Joker 2019, I'm definitely not the user to ask since I have more conservative standards, and therefore, watch very few R-rated movies, with the very odd exception like Mad Max: Fury Road. So unsurprisingly, Joker is another film I have no plans on seeing. That said, I can comment that even without it seeing it, it falls firmly into the category of something I can respect, but not necessarily like. In other words, I think it's a very bold film for using a famous comic book villain to tell a powerful story of how much we shouldn't neglect those with mental disorders, rather, we sould try our best to sympathize with and even help them if possible. That, and how some people in general are really shaped by their societies, especially if they're treated poorly enough. Of course, beyond knowing that Joaquin Phoenix's performance is widely considered to be excellent, I can't really comment on how well done or mediocre the rest of the film is. All I know is it's a very dark and depressing film with little to nothing that's pleasant to watch, let alone uplifting, so perhaps one's overall feelings about it depend on how much they can accept something that's at least relatively well done artistically, but filled with a lot of ugliness and very decidely not entertaining in the typical sense? I could be more specific if I saw it, but I honestly don't think I can bring myself to thanks to the graphic violence, some strong language, the almost entirely unsympathetic cast of characters, etc.
Okay, I'll look into that even if haven't seen those movies (I'm not really into horror movies in general). Oh, and by the way, I did read that "Villains Rap Battle" of yours this morning, and it was really funny, as well as plain fun to read! Unfortunately though, I don't honestly think I can decide between the two villainesses featured in it. For one thing, I'm not really familiar with either of them or their respective works at all, and even if I'm going by their made up raps/disses, it's hard to pick a favorite due to finding both of their lines pretty amusing. Regardless, it put a smile on my face, so thanks for referring me to it. I'm just sorry I can't be of more help.
His main competition comes from Naraku and Hakudoshi. These two are worse, but they also have more resources. Compare to his resources, Taigo did some screwed-up things, namely killing his own son with glee just for not approving his wife and keeping his daughter in law alive just for carrying out his legacy. The proposal itself doesn't have the best structure, but when I checked up about Taigo, I remembered again why he's labeled as pure evil.
1. "Naruto" sounds cool, but I never got too deep into it. I can discuss it with you whenever you like and fill the gaps with my common sense though. Same goes for the rest of the anime you mentioned, which many of them aren't expertise field. "Dragon Ball" universe can be cool at times, but the DBZ segment lost its purpose at the very minute Goku gave Cell the healing beans just to see who's more powerful. And the part in DBS where Goku let his guard off in the middle of a fight with Frieza, surrounded with henchmen who wished him all the harm in the universe, was idiocy from the kind you have to see to believe. Vegeta had to do Goku's whole point of existence instead of him. I must say I saw it coming years ago, but I wanted it to happen for legit reasons, not because Goku betrayed his life purpose.
2. "I can comment that even without it seeing it, it falls firmly into the category of something I can respect, but not necessarily like". How poetic :-). Maybe this good movie could be better with another tragic villain as the protagonist. Joker isn't the first pick for a villain to sympathize. The good people could write him as a Koba, and show that society made him pure evil, just like the aforementioned Joker ape. By "almost entirely unsympathetic cast", you mean that they were just mean to everyone without any entertaining value, or mostly one-dimensional hate sinks? It's important to say that some settings have a really unsympathetic cast as a whole, yet not all of them are villains/meant to be hated.
I'll check that proposal out, thanks. I don't know if my opinion would be super relevant since I only watched the first two seasons of Inuyasha, and therefore, I didn't see the episodes featuring this character. Plus aside from Naraku and what he does, I'm not sure exactly how high or low the bar is set by other comparably more minor antagonists. Most of the ones I saw weren't that bad, but there were at least one or two that stood out as pretty bad in their own right like Gatenmaru and Goshinki. I guess if the proposal isn't informative enough, I can just go by how Taigo compares to the other antagonists I've seen. As for discussing anime, if there's anything in particular you want to ask me about any of those series I like, go right ahead, and I'll happily answer the best that I can and when I can.
As for your question about what I said concerning that the Joker movie has an "almost entirely unsympathetic cast", what I meant was that, quite simply, going by what I know, most of them just don't seem like likeable or decent people in the slightest, and therefore, not the kinds of characters I can bring myself to sympathize or care about. And frankly, it doesn't matter how good a movie or show is otherwise; if I don't care about any of the characters, then I feel a sense of disconnection from the whole thing, because it doesn't really matters to me what happens to any of them. The way I see it, they're not the type of people I'd associate with in real life, especially in cases like this where they just don't seem like good people by any reasonable standard, so why should I be watching a film about them?
And honestly, the problem for me isn't that they tried to put a sympathetic take on a villain like the Joker; it's just that, obviously, he's still not going to be entirely sympathetic since, regardless of what lead him to that point, he still descends into becoming a homicidal lunatic, but then you also have a bunch of characters who mostly just contribute in their own small ways to making him snap rather than making any honest effort to help him. In general, it just seems like one of those movies that's too focused on the ugly side of society and doesn't bother even trying to show any real kindness or goodness from anyone. And as films like Schindler's List prove, it's very much possible to include good people and the positive side of humanity in dark, unpleasant stories that are hard to swallow, which at least gives you something to truly hold onto.
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?
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.
You write your vote on the comment section. Each episode you choose the contester you vote for. In this episode, it's either Sylvi or Piper. You need to mention your reason. Votes like "Sylvi"/"Piper" without a specific reason won't be counted.
"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.
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.