People need to vote for the villain for headline...
Do you people not vote, either? Hm...
Does everyone on the site have to vote?--Hero Forever 02:21, 14 August 2009 (UTC)
Not necessarily everyone but it'd be most appreciated...
Not yet- the vote against cancels out one of the votes for it. In all actuality, Chairstealer has one vote, like every other nomination.
"GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHHHHHHHHHHH!!! Every nomination is tied up with one vote! (With the exception of GLaDOS, which has none). It's all come down to the Secret. I remember how he used to nag M-NUva to vote..."File:Ancient Sig4.pngArbiter 17:09, October 25, 2009 (UTC)
No headlined for this month? Well, this sucks... Magma Dragoon 13:10, December 2, 2009 (UTC)
- 1 November 2010 Headline- IMPORTANT 4 ALL USERS
- 2 Voting
- 3 New Headline
- 4 Villain Headline for May
- 5 Stop!
- 6 January's poll
- 7 Asking
- 8 Venom and Grievous
- 9 How do I vote?
- 10 350 Words Nomination
- 11 voting
- 12 last day
- 13 Winner
- 14 The new roster
- 15 The new six nomination rule
- 16 Is this really a proper rule?
November 2010 Headline- IMPORTANT 4 ALL USERS
Everyone, please vote! December is almost upon us and all nominations are tied with only one vote! Amnestyyy 16:25, November 25, 2010 (UTC)
we really need to rework this villain for headline thing. it doesnt matter how many people vote cuz they are clearly not, it matters who got the most votes. we need to make it that whoever has the most votes by the end of each month and then we change it. cuz snow has been up there for like a year now and im getting sick of it. ReichMuskrat15 (talk) 16:59, December 1, 2012 (UTC)
Villain Headline for May
qQuestion? What happened to the Axel votes? There was 4 votes, now there are only 2.
You guys are fucking serious? Only use the comments "boring", "cliche", "i hate him", "he's annoying.....or "Same as the first comment" to vote against. This is almost the same as cheating, or rather, it IS cheating. If this is the result, then we should create a new rule; "The users who participated and placed a candidate for VFH are not allowed to vote in any other candidate. Only people who do not participated of the poll are allowed to vote in some candidate." Prime ShockWaveTX Nothing Here! 00:47, March 2, 2015 (UTC)
so im going for January's poll... (I don't know why but I just wanted to say that for some reason) anyway I'm going for Gamzee Makara stay villainous every villainess and remember to keep chillin like a villain. --User:Sirgigalot (talk)
Is it okay if you could ask someone to vote for the character I mean I'm not trying to make them vote for my character just asking them to vote for one. ChasHades
Venom and Grievous
How do I vote?
350 Words Nomination
In my opinion, this rule should be changed, so that as long as the article isn't a stub, it qualifies for nomination, i don't see at all why the specific 350 words thing is a rule. MenInBlak (talk) 01:25, October 1, 2017 (UTC)
The new roster
Wow! What a nice variety of candidates for next month’s VFH! Ranging from Thulsa Doom to Mechagodzilla! JohnGojira 02:34, June 2, 2018 (UTC)
The new six nomination rule
I understand the principle merit of the rule, namely that this page will not get clustered, but to me, it seems unfair and set for unfortunate consequences. We will have months - admittedly beginning with October's selection - in which we will have candidates not necessarily desired by our community; it will be about who is fortunate enough to edit at midnight of the new month. We were stuck with this new month's candidates within a matter of minutes, with some fishy business concerning the General Zaroff nomination. I propose that we open a new discussion about amending the rules, to ensure that it's not about who hits the buzzer first. I don't mind keeping things tight, but this is not the right way. DarthBotto (talk) 14:32, October 2, 2018 (UTC)
Is this really a proper rule?
|“||CHEATING WILL NEVER BE TOLERATED. Any user who starts downvoting candidates just to rig the results...will receive a warning and, in case of reincidence, a one month ban. No exceptions.||„|
|~ Rules and Guidlines|
I don’t get that part. You can’t assume that someone downvoted a candidate just because they want to rig the results. They might have a proper reason for downvoting. Unless I read this incorrectly, I don’t see why that part makes since, and that part should be taken out. Another policy that could be in place is deleting solid upvotes or downvotes to rig the results.JohnGojira 18:03, January 1, 2019 (UTC)
- There's nothing wrong with it. Users can write down why they wish to downvote or upvote a character under the comments. That way, people know if they have a good reason. Wikification (talk) 19:35, January 1, 2019 (UTC)
- Yes, I agree. It just seemed a bit pointless at first, seeing as no one seems to have done that before. That aside, do you agree with the suggestion to include the form of cheating I listed?JohnGojira 00:40, January 2, 2019 (UTC)