Thanks for giving interesting arguments about Cersei and Joffrey. I'm open to talk about many topics (Harry Potter and Disney are examples), but first, I would like to talk about some GOT topics:
1. Do you agree that the reason Joffrey is seen by some as the most repulsive despite being no worse than the adult psychopaths is because he's a coward, while the adult psychopaths are brave, or at least more active?
2. I might need to see the series again, but Euron didn't repulsed me like some other characters in the series. He's the second most evil GOT character, i'll give him that, and hurting his own family rubs me the wrong way, but he isn't repulsing me. At least no more than some other PE villains, some from horror, some are not. Am I weird for not being repulsed by Euron? I wish him the worst. Just saying he isn't pissing me off the same way others do.
3. Daenerys isn't evil. She's a good woman who got caught up doing bad things (me and a friend calls it "missing in goodness", or MIG, as a wordplay on MIA). It's a miracle it took her 8 seasons to lose it, considering everything she'd been through. Did she really surprised you for the worse, or was it more like seeing a good friend losing it?
Muntz not heinous enough? What?! He is completetely like Syndrome if not worse in terms of heinoussness. They both committed genoicide (Syndrome against superheroes while Muntz against explorers) and they both attempted to murder kids (except that Muntz used much more painful means for a child to die as Syndrome merely wanted to blow up the plane while Muntz would throw a child from a blimp.) Not even close to Syndrome?! Think again. Though, you do have a lefitimate point that he was driven by paranoia and went insane...
Well, yeah, as you made a good point, he went insane. Syndrome on the other hand, was just a sociopath. But Hopper made a promise to his mother (though I disagree with TV Tropes on that). I think he just obeyed some odd code of honor of grasshopers.
With Hopper his one would be redeeming quality is snuffed out because he constantly abuses Molt at every turn, and feels a strong urge to kill him, and gets mad when it is ever brought up, and it does not do enough to mitigate his vile actions throughout the course of the film.
And Muntz while heinous has a questionible moral agency as well as some pet the dog moments, so therefore he fails the heinous test. Unlike Syndrome who was fully self aware (Syndromes "excuse" is even weaker than Lotso's) All because you were told "no you cant be super" and rejected of a childhood fantasy by your boyhood idol, did not give him any right or justification for becoming a genocidal serial killer.
You guys forgot to mention that Mr. Incredible SAVED Syndrome's life. I still consider Syndrome 99% monster (due to not wanting kill Baby Jack-Jack) but I can completely see where you guys are coming from with considering Syndrome a CM.
Could you request that a mod unlock his page so that Complete Monster can be added to his categories again? You can tell them the reasoning is that we've agreed upon it and all other Pokemon villains listed as Complete Monsters over on All The Tropes are listed as such on here, so Ghetsis should not be excluded simply because TV Tropes doesn't agree.
You might want to do the same for FIM!Tirek as well.
SOUNDWAVE IS THE QUATERNARY ANTAGONIST. STARSCREAM IS THE QUNINARY ANTAGONIST. LASERBEAK IS THE SCENCERY ANTAGONIST. BARRICADE IS THE SEPTENARY ANTAGONIST. DRILLERS ARE 8TH ANTAGONISTS. DREADS ARE 9TH ANTAGONISTS. DONE.