remove the coward tag: there isn't any event, in book and it film adaption, that depict him acting in such manners
How can he be a Complete Monster if he admitted that in Mockingjay Part 2 that he's not willing to kill children?
From what I've heard the book version is willing to let kids die and I think uses some kids as a shield. I haven't read them but apparently the book version is a Complete Monster while the movie version apparently isn't because of what you said and the first movie he was shown to care for his granddaughter. Jester of chaos (talk) 14:09, November 29, 2015 (UTC)
Since when is Coriolanus paranoid? I never remember him being like that. For me, he fits the opposite category of it - Category:Villains with Dissonant Serenity - as he barely shows any emotion.--844996 19:59, May 20, 2016 (UTC)
Affable or Not?
Should he be considered Affably Evil? What makes me think his film version is Affably Evil is his brutal honesty. True, his novel version is Faux Affable, but does that mean he should apply for both? His conflicting versions already break the rules of Pure Evils not being Honorable or Protective, so why not add him as both?
I'd say no to putting him under both as while under "Type Dependent" to clarify one does indeed have redeeming features while the other doesn't no need for both to ever be in the same page with Faux and True. That and even what little of the film series I saw not sure I'd call him Affable or not for just being upfront. Jester of chaos (talk) 05:27, August 20, 2018 (UTC)
Perhaps one should put him in the Pure Evil discussion so we know what to do with his categories.
The book version from what I hear doesn't really have many if any arguable traits while the film version has some clear ones like love for his granddaughter. Jester of chaos (talk) 06:09, August 20, 2018 (UTC)
Perhaps the article should be locked. Alma Coin's article is, and people seem to be abusing this one.
Remove him from the pure evil category since he’s labeled as protective and honorable
Why not make a separate page for the film version and the book version? It’ll be a lot easier for people to see which version is pure evil and which version is not.
Bar the redeeming qualities, there is virtually no difference between the book version and the film version. It is not necessary at all. --Looperreallyreallysucks (talk) 00:05, February 28, 2020 (UTC)