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  • Can I have permission to make a removal proposal for King Runeard? After all, I'm on fire with it. The so-called "genocide" was actually an attempt to force the Northuldrans to his rule; it was just exaggerated by the proposer so he'd be approved to PE. And he was. The fact that exaggerations can have a big impact on whether a villain is approved or rejected is really getting on my nerves. The worst he did was: murdering the Northuldran leader and trying to force them to submit to his rule. To me, his quote of "They will come in celebration, and then, we will know their size and strength," was only him talking about how weak the Northuldrans were compared to his kingdom of Arrendelle. If the genocide was outright stated or explicit, he would've qualified.

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    • Sure. I don't mind you doing it. Whether Ordeaux was aware or not, he was using fridge horror for his case which amounts to adding fluff to make Runeard sound worse/.

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    • It's been made. You can go ahead and vote on it if you would like.

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    • While we're at it, I made an edit a while ago removing anything that has to do with Runeard's "genocide" and "starvation", because those are┬ájust exaggerations, but it was reverted by Ordeaux, the one who proposed for him to be PE in the first place. The only reason I stopped was to prevent an edit war. So, may I have permission to remove it from the article again? I don't want other users to be misled into thinking he did cause a genocide and continue voting "keep" so my removal proposal would be rejected. All Runeard is is xenophobic, not genocidal.

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