The Mature Template

Alright, so in order to prevent a potential edit war, I'm gonna discuss this here. It seems there have been a few users removing this template from the page, which I ask why exactly. This is a serial killer that killed his dog with a drill, literally went on a killing spree in the nut house, burned down an orphanage, and in his mind, he thinks of nothing but killing Spider-Man and other people in the most gruesome ways. And those are just one of the few things.

Point is, he's clearly a bloodlusted madman that craves for slaughter, it's why he's called Carnage to begin with. And if that's the case, then why is the mature template being removed? You have villains here such as Deadpool in this category because obviously they've comitted gruesome acts, yet somehow Carnage does not qualify? Personally, I think the category should stay here. ShockwaveDude120 (talk) 17:06, April 15, 2018 (UTC)

Spider-Man is mostly for young teens, and is not a 15+ or an 18+ rating like Deadpool is. A work has to be for adults for a character to get a mature rating, not all dark and gruesome villains can make a mature rating.Teengohanrocks (talk) 17:19, April 15, 2018 (UTC)

There was a discussion about this and many users agreed that just because the rating is not 18+, doesn't automatically make it not mature. Otherwise, Jerome Valeska and the Rabbit of Caerbannog would not be in this category. If you see something that's clearly gory, it's not suitable for children, despite what the rating is. Regardless, many stories that are written about Carnage are mainly aimed towards an older audience. ShockwaveDude120 (talk) 17:58, April 15, 2018 (UTC)

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