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  • I am assuming you finished the season. So to answer your question about

    "What redeeming qualities did Montgomery show?"

    He did seemed to care about that boy he hooked up with. Although he violently beat him up that was more of a defense mechanism out of fear of being outed, and he apologized about it later. Plus, his father's abuse is shown fully onscreen and is played too sympathetically for me to be comfortable with him staying. The way he hurtfully said "Atleast it isn't my father bearing me to shit" sounded like a deeply traumatized young man.

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    • Come to think of it, I think he also genuinely cared about Bryce. At one point, he gets mad when Clay accuses him of Bryce's murder, saying, "He was my best friend, ***hole. Leave me the f**k alone!".

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    • BTW, I saw on your page that Monty is listed as one of your favorite villains. Do you still like him after the third season? If so, why do you like him?

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    • Good question. I guess I just found him a bit more complicated than presented in the second season what with the story of his abusive parent. Most had believed that he only protected Walker for his own gain, though he seemed genuinely hurt when Walker ended their friendship. I was curious to see how he would react to that (other than what he did to Tyler since that was primarily unrelated).

      Then in the third season they are friends again with little to no explanation why, which was confusing. Although I wish they had written his character better in the third season, at least it was not a complete U-turn like Bryce Walker's.

      Whether or not I will remove him from my list depends on what I think of him after season 4, since I strongly believe he will appear in one or two flashbacks.

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  • Hi. I was wondering if you could reserve the Pure Evil discussion for How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World once it's March 8. However, we'll have to wait because How to Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World releases in theaters in the USA at February 22, and March 8 would be two weeks later; we can't make an effortpost for a character from a work unless it's already been released for at least two weeks because it's part of the rules now.

    I'm asking you because I noticed that you didn't make any successful effortposts so far, but I want to give you a chance. Yes, I did reserve the discussion for the movie, but that was only because I wanted to propose another villain that may be accepted as Pure Evil, and didn't think about giving you a chance for a successful effortpost. Now, I'm giving you that chance because I want you to be able to succeed. Honestly, I think Grimmel the Grisly, the main antagonist of said movie, may be upvoted because there are many users on here who believe Grimmel counts, but we'll have to wait until that day because, like I said, it's not March 8 yet. What do you think?

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    • Thank you for understanding. Please tell me when you're ready, as I will be patient.

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    • I doubt I will be ready before Grimmel's date.

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  • FYI, the Mute category and the Affably Evil/Faux Affably Evil category can still overlap if despite being mute, the villain "silently" behaves politely (such as using affable body language and facial expressions). An example of this is Art the Clown from All Hallows' Eve. While he has no spoken lines, he frequently pulls stuff like handing people flowers before kidnapping them, sitting politely, etc.

    Also, on your list of categories that cannot overlap, you should include the One-Man Army category vis-à-vis the Cowards, Weaklings, and Non-Action categories, as these categories all imply weakness/cowardice, while a One-Man Army is capable of single-handedly defeating entire armies.

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  • Thanks very much for your help. Think we have enough of them covered to delete the Outlaws page?

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