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Nominations for articles to be featured on the front page.

Guidelines

  • Nominations must be at the very least 350 words long.
  • An article is featured every month, or at the admins' discretion.
  • Whichever article has the most votes at the end of the month is featured for a month.
    • Each downvote counts as a point down for the nominee.
    • In case of a tie, the one with fewer downvotes wins.
  • Admin votes carry the same weight as regular users' votes.
  • All nominations and votes must be signed with four tildes (~~~~). Unsigned nominations and votes will be nullified.
  • Nominations and votes CANNOT BE CHANGED. Each user can only vote ONCE, for and against.
  • An article cannot be nominated twice in a row (if an article was nominated in the previous voting, it cannot be nominated again in the current one).
  • Users cannot nominate articles two months in a row.
  • Only six nominations max for every monthly voting are allowed. Any nomination surpassing this limit will be automatically disqualified.
  • CHEATING WILL NEVER BE TOLERATED. Any user who starts downvoting candidates just to rig the results or go asking other users to vote on his candidate will receive a warning and, in case of reincidence, a one month ban. No exceptions.
  • The use of sockpuppets in VFH is extremely forbidden, resulting in the permanent ban of the sockpuppet's account(s) and in the deletion of your nominated villain.
  • Once the vote was posted, there is no turning back to edit the description of your vote. If you voted against a candidate for a trivial reason and had your vote discarded by an admin, it will be forbidden to go back and edit the reason of your vote to make your denied vote valid again. Doing so will result in a week ban, NO exceptions.
  • There is a limit for how many times a villain can be nominated in a period of time. If a candidate is downvoted but still being brought to VFH more than once in the following months, the limit is 3 attempts. If a villain is downvoted 3 times, the villain can not be proposed again until 12 months has passed after the last proposal. Bringing the villain back before then is a violation of this rule and the candidate will be erased from the nominations. For this limit to reset, the villain must not be proposed for 12 months after the last proposal.

Suggestions

  • Be original and creative with the nominations.
  • Don't vote against a villain if you haven't read the article about it yet.
  • Don't vote against a villain just because you know nothing about him/her/it.
  • Don't say anything that may be offensive to another.
  • If you're going to vote against, present an actual argument for your reasoning. "He's boring" or "I don't like him" aren't arguments.

The correct nomination format is as follows:

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Jack Frost (Jack Frost)

For: 4
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Ramsay Bolton

For: 14
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  • He’s arguably the most infamous villain in one of the most popular shows in history. And plus, it would be very fun to headline such a dark villain during Christmas, of all times.
  • Ramsay is a great and terrifying villain in a very popular novel series and TV show. Also, since he is a villain in the North (a cold and snowy region), he can be seen as a twisted and horrific version of a winter/christmas villain.  Also, since the Boltons took over the North and slowly destroyed their values, Ramsay would make a great Hannukah villain, since Hannukah is a story about how the Syrian-Greeks took over Judea and tried to destroy their values.
  • Let's have an ironic Christmas VFH.
  • I'll admit that there are a few villains from ASOIAF/GoT that I enjoy better than Ramsay (Tywin, Roose and book Euron come to mind), but Ramsay had his moments where he was just scary as hell and really left a permanent impression on the franchise by being such a despicable bastard (both literally and figuratively). I'll vote because not only is he an immensely horrible Winter-related villain, but because giving one last toast to the GoT is a lot more optimistic than mulling over how D&D completely tarnished the legacy of one of the best shows of the current decade this year.
  • He is a terrific Game of Thrones and winter villain who is a scary and horrible sadist since the previous qualification is lighthearted. The Boltons took the North and took their values, of which reminded me of the backstory of Hanukkah.
  • I decided to vote for Ramsay Bolton due to his ironic nature when it comes to December VFH. I'm not a celebrator of X-Mas but what do I know is X-Mas is a day where people should not be a naughty boy in order to get great rewards in the end and is also the day where people are nice together. Ramsay is an antithesis to all of that as he is the definition of the most frightening, loathsome and disgusting Pure Evil villains in entire media (He also has a manga counterpart in form Wolfram of Wolfsmund manga) and him being from the North a.k.a. Snowy Region also helps.
  • A man with a frozen heart who comes from a frozen land. A great choice.

Catwoman (Batman Returns)

For: 1
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Arktos

For:  2
Against: 0
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  • Seeing how last December we proposed Harry and Marv, why not have another more lighthearted underdog? The media featuring Arktos is kid-friendly and Arktos himself is comedic in natute, providing a nice interlude from all the mature and/or well known series. As a bonus, his series is native to a country with no series from it as VFH, and fits the winter theme as a snowman.

King Dedede

For: 2
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  • When you think Christmas, you think snow, and animals that would live in snow. How about penguins? And so that brings me to pick the original big bad of the Kirby series, King Dedede! He would be a change from some of the more serious villains we’ve had of late. He even looks kinda jolly with his plump look (sorta like Santa). Let’s make December’s VFH Dededelightful!
  • I'd really love to see a bumbling yet funny video game character like Dedede be VFH. I actually like him, since Kirby anime.

Thanos (Marvel Cinematic Universe)

For: 3
Against: 6
Comments
  • With Avengers: Infinity War and Avengers: Endgame being two of the biggest and most successful movies of all time, it only makes sense that Thanos, the glue that holds the movies together, gets headlined. He is constantly cited as one of the best parts of the two movies and the wiki page is very thorough. It would be fitting for the Big Bad of the most popular movie of 2019 to be the headlined in its final month.
  • I love Thanos, don't get me wrong, but at that time, Thanos was really the most viewed page we had on the wiki. He is much too overrated and it doesn't really fit the holiday aesthetic.
  • Yeah, especially since december is the 1 year anniversary of the endgame trailer. Let's add the big villain of 2019 for its final and most important part. Also, who cares about theme, we got sirin nominated even though she doesn't fit the thanksgiving theme at all
  • We already had Thanos headlined back in January 2011... I dont see the logic of having a another version of the SAME character headlined again... Just seems rubbish towards the other candidates.
  • Though Thanos is the most-viewed villain of the past two years, he is far from the most impressive or well-executed villain of that time. Of this nominees for this month alone, he is still only on the middle-ground for me.
  • As much as I like Thanos, he is far too overrated to the extent that headlining him at this time just feels very forced. I can see him being headlined in April because that is the month Endgame was released, but his character has absolutely nothing to do with the theme of December, which makes it seem like the only reason we’re headlining him is because he’s currently one of the most popular villains, reducing the chances of other villains being able to shine.
  • Two of the same villain already complicates the thought. He is too overrated and doesn’t follow the December theme.
  • Since the mainstream version of Thanos has already been headlined, it would be redundant to headline the MCU version. Plus, Thanos, while he was cool, is overrated, and gets a little to much attention. It would be better to do a less appreciated Marvel villain like Ultron.
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