So, while Vilgefortz is already under the P.E. category, he apparently has not been validated yet and since I re-read the books recently, I thought I'd give it a go: Here is the proposal for Vilgefortz, the main antagonist of the Witcher novel series.
While the Witcher series might be known to many through the video game series, the video games are actually based on a series of books written by Andrzej Sapkowski. The story is based in a medieval alternate universe filled with monsters, war, racism, prejudice, betrayal and political intrigue.
The main character, Geralt of Rivia is a witcher, a mutant trained to fight and kill monsters. He is connected to the young girl Ciri, through whose body flows the magical Elder Blood. Another important ch…
Read more >
Okay, I know I tried this before and was refused, but I still think all pages on the colossi from Shadow of the Colossus should be deleted from the wiki.
I'm talking about
- Gaius (Shadow of the Colossus)
- Dirge (Shadow of the Colossus)
- Celosia (Shadow of the Colossus)
- Phalanx (Shadow of the Colossus) (especially)
For those who don't know the story, let me give you a brief overview. You play the character Wander, who brings the body of Mono, a deceased girl, into an empty, forbidden land. There, he makes contact with the mysterious Dormin and the two strike a deal - Wander has to kill the sixteen colossi roaming the lands and Dormin will resurrect Mono.
The game basically cons…
Read more >
So, I've been wondering that for a while now. There are various pages on this wiki that I myself would not count as villains, because they seem very minor and are only unmemorable thugs. They do not seem as fleshed-out characters but are mainly the bad guy's henchmen. So my question is, when do we draw the line? When is a character so minor that he won't count as a villain anymore?
Our rules say:
- "No Articles on Minor Enemies/Generic Thugs: Please, you do not have to make an article on every single enemy which appears on a game, the gaming Wikias exist for that. Instead we will limit our articles to organizations, named villains and plot-relevant boss characters. In short, do NOT add numerous pages for a single enemy when it would save time …
Hey, I have another questions. I don't really know how to put it in words, but I'll try:
When additions are put in brackets behind the characters names, there are some unregularities. For example, many villains in the James Bond franchise. For example, some have (007) added (Vargas (007) , Necros (007) , Dario (007) ...). Others have (James Bond) added (Naomi (James Bond) , Jaws (James Bond) ...).
Wouldn't it be better if only one version would be used for all characters? Are there any guidlies I'm not aware of?
Also, if a character is from a series, wouldn't it be more organised if the name of the series is added (for example Joyner (Arrow))? I know that this is normally only made when characters have the same name, but in my opiniun it would…Read more >
Just been wondering, is it okay to create pages about The Hateful Eight yet? If not, when? Grizzhly (talk) 09:31, December 25, 2015 (UTC)Read more >