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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Against:
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Comments

Copy and paste the above table below the line

William Wharton

For: 11
Against: 0
  • (if anyone votes against:) against reasons for against
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  • Okay, I am well aware that this guy is a disgusting scumbag, but damn it, Wild Bill is just too funny. He oddly serves as one of the main sources of comic relief within The Green Mile; he may be a pedophilic rapist, but his antics and insanity (search up "moon pie scene") make him both a farcical riot and a thematically appropriate candidate for an April headline, as he fits the April Fools theme extremely well. Also, to say all the actors in The Green Mile have done an especially outstanding job in their roles is a vast understatement, but I can’t help but feel Sam Rockwell doesn’t receive enough credit for his acting as an unpredictable wild prankster that will guarantee at least a few chuckles in this otherwise extremely dark and heavy film. Granted, he's now receiving the credit and attention he has earned, but in my personal opinion I feel this was one of his best performances, and in my opinion this performance in particular has still fallen under the radar. In conclusion, I am putting forward Wild Bill as my nomination, as I feel he is an excellent representation of the April Fools theme, and because Sam Rockwell managed to pull off a boisterous and slapstick performance that is one of his prime.

Eric Cartman

For: 2
Against: 0
  • (if anyone votes against:) against reasons for against
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  • Fitting with the April Fools theme, Eric Cartman ought to be a representative for the month as a mischief maker (albeit a sociopathic one) from the oh-so beloved/hated South Park. There's an argument that a South Park character shouldn't be on the front page but I fail to see why not since we've headlined villains from mature/exploitative mediums in the past; not to mention this one has the advantage of comedic entertainment value and Eric Cartman embodies the extremes of Laughably Evil.

Ivan Ooze

For: 2
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  • Ivan Ooze is one of the most entertaining villains in the Power Rangers franchise, even if he only appeared in one movie.

Gruntilda

For: 1
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King Dedede

For: 4
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  • It's been a good while since we headlined a character from a video game, so let's change that by headlining one from one of Nintendo's most beloved franchises to make this VFH a de-de-delight, eh? Not only that, but King Dedede generally fits the month of April, being both hilarious and a fountain of memes for April Fool's Day and looking decently chick-ish for Easter.

Dr. Zin

For: 2
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  • The sole recurring villain from the original Jonny Quest who later returned in future works such as New Adventures and The Real Adventures
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