She's More A Jerk..
Diamond Tiara is a jerk rather than a full-out antagonist.. compare her to Discord, Nightmare Moon or even Twilight Sparkle (in that infamous "Twilight goes insane" episode) and you'll see what I mean: even Gilda was worse (since Gilda was bordering on physical abuse at times) Inferno Pendragon 18:03, March 30, 2012 (UTC)
- She does show some level of sadism in her bullying however, so does that move her out of the just plain jerk category?--Snakewhip 18:14, March 30, 2012 (UTC)
- most bullies have a bit of sadism in them - then again I remember G1, when there was things like Tirek and Squirk to deal with.. Equestria has calmed down recently so maybe my idea of what an antagonist is in the confines of the series is a little higher than most Inferno Pendragon 18:18, March 30, 2012 (UTC)
- sorry but considering the numerous appearances Diamond Tiara has now appeared in she is definitely meant to be an active antagonist in the show, she is not a Discord or Nightmare Moon but she is without a doubt beyond "jerk" status now and pretty much a recurring antagonist (if not a minor villain in her own right) Unseelie-Queen (talk) 05:39, November 2, 2012 (UTC)
I like her, I think she's awesome, and she seems nicer than Gilda, I mean Gilda was very much meaner than her.
- I honestly think she should still stay on Villains Wiki . I know she's a candidate for deletion because this wiki is no longer allowing generic bullies but up until her redemption her bullying went way beyond the standard of name calling or just being "nasty" which is why I think she should stay.
- She fails the Rules, sections 6.1-3 …the last one clarifies the difference between "Antagonist" and "Villain", that there is some overlap in the terms, but they are not interchangeable. DT certainly is/was an antagonist but falls short of actual villainy. --Love Robin (talk) 17:03, April 11, 2016 (UTC)
- Umm i am sorry but she was a villain bcause of her bad attitude to other pony so she was still in her bad attitude then she change because she was used to have antagonistic roles in the past.