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  • Thank you for adimmiting the I-Rex is worse. Can you please vote for her on this poll?

    https://jurassicpark.fandom.com/f/p/3133623658086655572/r/3133933340328217375

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  • I'm a newcomer and I can't edit. Can you please paste following text to the page Giles Winslow Sr?

    Giles Winslow Sr. is the (former) secondary antagonist turned hero in Disney's 2018 live-action movie Christopher Robin. He is the owner of Winslow Luggages and Giles Winslow Jr.'s father and (former) partner in crime.

    History/Personality

    Like his son, he was very evil and arrogant at the beginning, but much more reasonable. He was his son partner in crime and helpt him in his evil plans to overwork their employees and give them much less money then they promised. When Christopher Robin arrived to tell him and his son everything, he tried and understood what is Christopher trying to say, he redeemed himself and agreed that they will pay holidays to their workers. His son didn't redeem himself, he stayed on his plans and hated Christopher Robin and thought that Christopher is crazy and told that "he lost his marbles". Winslow Sr. shushed his son and was mad on him for disturbing his and Christopher's conversation. At the end, when Eeyore stared and Winslow Jr., he saw that and told that to his father, Winslow Sr. said that actually his son is the one who lost his marbles, not Christopher.

    Villainous Acts 

    He was his son's partner in crime before he redeemed himself.

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  • who do you thin is worse than Indoraptor or I-Rex. I think I-Rex due to ehr crossing the moral event horizon unlike the Indoraptor. Can you please vote for the I-Rex on this poll?



    https://jurassicpark.fandom.com/f/p/3133623658086655572/r/3133933340328217375

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    • The Indominus Rex has more screentime and does more evil stuff. The scene with the field of dead Apatosaurus's springs to mind as the MEH cross. So yes, the I-Rex is worse

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  • I agree the book version of him is pure evil. You should make a proposal of him.

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    • I personally don't think so, considering the universe he exists in. Compared to Pennywise, he's nothing.

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  • Good luck with your proposal, mate :-). I gave my vote, and respect any opinion.

    Personally, I see Beckett as more evil. Firstly, there's the death thing. Blackbeard had a more horrible (some will say fitting) death. Beckett just dropped dead like a deer trapped in the traffic lights. Secondly, Blackbeard was a man of action who get up and backs up his plots. Beckett is standing where he is and leave the real work to others. I know Blackbeard is sending his minions and family to do his dirty job too, but he also fights a great deal of his own battles. That opinion is regardless my vote.

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    • BOT: It took me long enough, but finally I got Louis the 14th's PE proposal out and running:

      https://villains.fandom.com/wiki/User_blog:ScaryMovie53/PE_proposal:_King_Louis_the_14th

      He's just as bad as Becket, and after rewatching the movie, I realized he's scarier than I remembered.

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    • I haven't watched that film so I can't comment. Though, he seems to be winning anyway.

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  • Please do not undo a wiki admin's cleanup work like you did with the It (Stephen King)'S infobox ever again. This is not a joke nor it is negotiable.

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  • Look, if you're going to start adding obsolete terms like "tertiary/quaternary/quinary antagonist" to pages like Draco Malfoy, then you really need to familiarize yourself with the rules. Antagonist fussing is highly discouraged due to overly-specifying villain roles to the point where its redundant and spammy. While tertiary is generally no longer in use and discouraged, quaternary and quinary or anything below those two terms are completely forbidden. So again, don't abuse the antagonistic scale.

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  • No category-spamming allowed (see Rules).

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  • OK, here's my problem with Destoroyah; one of the chief gripes that I have with this particular Kaiju is that apparently, he's a hive mind. Basically, Destoroyah is made up of several creatures that have a shared consciousness. As such, this falls under the "no groups" rule.

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    • Okay then. I didn't know that there was a no groups rule or that Destoroyah could count as a group being an individual character.

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