Red Chevalier Red Chevalier 21 days ago
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Pure Evil Proposal: Gurjev



  • 1 What is the work?
  • 2 Who is the villain?
  • 3 What does he do?
  • 4 Heinous Standard
  • 5 Mitigating Factors
  • 6 Final Verdict

In the 1970s there was a popular Tokusatsu show in Japan called Android Kikaider, which told the story of an android superhero named Kikaider who fought against an evil organization called DARK and their army of evil robots. The show, created by the same minds behind Kamen Rider, was an instant success and Kikaider soon became popular. Towards the end of the show, a new character was introduced - Hakaider, an evil android created as a counter and rival to Kikaider. Hakaider, thanks to his cool design, cool voice (courtesy of the great Shozo Iizuka) and general badassery quickly became popular, with his popularity almost exceeding Kikaider…




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Red Chevalier Red Chevalier 26 October
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PE Proposal: Black Noir

Since nobody appears to have proposed him yet, surprising considering how his page is currently the most viewed on the wiki, I'm going ahead with making a proposal.


  • 1 What is the work?
  • 2 Who is the villain?
  • 3 What does he do?
  • 4 Heinous Standard
  • 5 Mitigating Factors
  • 6 Final Verdict

The Boys is a comic series written by Garth Ennis, which was later adapted into a TV series on Amazon Prime which some of you may know of. It's a fierce critique and parody of the superhero genre, where all superheroes are all evil psychopaths engineered by the Vought-American corporation using a substance called Compound V. Because of all the damage and death caused by Vought's superheroes, the CIA forms an elite five man black ops team known as "The Boys" to take them down.…



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Red Chevalier Red Chevalier 15 September
7

PE Proposal: Count Veger

Here's one I've wanted to do for a very long time.


  • 1 What is the work?
  • 2 Who is the villain?
  • 3 What does he do?
  • 4 Heinous Standard
  • 5 Mitigating Factors
  • 6 Final Verdict

Jak 3, the third installment of the Jak and Daxter series. For those not familiar with the series, Jak is basically a game where you collect things called "Eco" and use them to kill enemies. I could go more into the gameplay, but that's not really important.

Jak 3 picks up some time after the events of Jak II, in which Jak and Daxter saved Haven City from the tyrannical rule of Baron Praxis as well as the Metal Heads attacking it. Despite having saved the city though, Jak winds up banished from it under charges of supposed treason and are left out in the wasteland, where they are eventually found…



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Red Chevalier Red Chevalier 13 September
16

PE Removal Proposal: The Crusader

Alright, this one's bound to get a lot of discussion.


  • 1 What is the work?
  • 2 Who is the villain?
  • 3 Why he doesn't qualify
  • 4 Final Verdict

Hatred is an isometric shoot em up video game where you play as an edgelord who decides to go on a shooting spree to kill as many people as possible because he "just f***ing hates this world". Most of the gameplay just consists of you going into areas and shooting every civilian you come across.


The protagonist and player character of the game, an individual known only as "the Crusader". The Crusader is an emo edgelord who wakes up one day and decides to go on a shooting spree because of his hatred (roll credits) for humanity. Beyond that, he doesn't really have much characterization and we know little about him or …




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Red Chevalier Red Chevalier 11 September
7

PE Proposal: Zachary Hale Comstock

Before I delve in I'd like to thank User:Valkerone for his help in looking over my proposal and making sure I accounted for everything, so big credit to him. Anyways, let's get into it.


  • 1 What is the work?
  • 2 Who is the villain?
  • 3 What has he done?
  • 4 Heinous Standard
  • 5 Mitigating Factors
  • 6 Final Verdict

BioShock: Infinite, the third installment in Irrational Games' BioShock series. In a departure from the series, Infinite does not revolve around the underwater city of Rapture with its setting instead being the floating city of Columbia.

Infinite takes place many years before the first game in 1912. It follows Booker DeWitt, a washed-up ex-Pinkerton Detective still dealing with trauma from a mysterious, shady past. Steeped in gambling debts, Booker takes a jo…



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