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Attention, everybody in the Villains Wiki. I am Super Poison Ivy. I am permanently considered to be one of the most trustworthy and honorable users in the Villains Wiki. I will follow the rules at all times. I will do a great job. I have a strong desire to be constructive. I can always talk to my friends in the Villains Wiki. I will never gloat. I will never break the rules. I will remain unblocked forever. I am here to make the Villains Wiki great. I can perform an action on a great job at all…Read more >
Changes on this wiki were made to resolve long-standing problems that have existed for almost a decade. Details about each problem have been provided in other policies and blogs. They are detailed in the Overhaul change list.
Since the changes were made without the participation of the members of the wiki, if people want the changes removed, they will need to help develop solutions to all of the problems. Simply saying, "I want it like it used to be" will not be enough.
- Edit wars have occurred a…
This page lists items that were changed in the overhaul. If members of the community disagree with these changes, see the Resolution to problems blog for what solutions must be prepared to address long-standing problems.
Several fields were removed from Infoboxes reduce the amount of bloat and to encourage people to put the information on the main part of the page. Later on, once there is substantial information available, the fields may be reinstated. This is not a promise, however.
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I have finished coming up with a plan for overhauling this wiki. It is a very big change on how things look. At least half of it probably won't be popular but it's necessary to fix some long-standing problems.
What it comes down to is there have been a lot of abuses of both infoboxes and categories going on for almost a decade and they're going to stop. Starting today, the following goes into effect:
- It is no longer necessary to start each page with sentences like "Sid Phillips is the villain of…
I'm making this blog because I saw some articles about antagonists that I feel don't really qualify as villains, and TheSuperGenius (also known as Harold) and I are trying to get rid of characters who are antagonists but not villains. So, yeah, I am helping Harold (also known as TheSuperGenius) mark pages for deletion.
Being an antagonist does not automatically make someone a villain. A villain is someone who does evil things like commiting crimes, taking over the world or trying to take over t…Read more >
This is a blog page about how Si and Am from Lady and the Tramp didn't reform.
- Do Si and Am reform? No. They didn't, they're still villains but I wish they reformed.
I've noticed that the infobox for the page said they were neutral, later good. Is that correct? No.
I've also noticed that they were in the neutral protagonists category.
Are they neutral or protagonists? No.Read more >
This is a blog about Uto and Kago from the 2005 Disney prequel, Tarzan 2.
I have noticed that people add them to the reformed category although they did not.
Here's why they didn't reform.
Do Uto and Kago reform? No. They do not reform at all!
I've noticed that they were added to the not competely evil category. Is that category correct? No. They were always evil.
I have also noticed that were added to the anti-heroes category? Are they anti-heroes? No.Read more >
This is based on a message I left for a user as an example of how people try to force characters to fit a description.
In the Pixar movie A Bug's Life, there is a bird that appears a few times and causes problems for various characters in its search for food because to it, those characters are food. I have seen other people try to classify the bird as a villain or a hero during the past two years, but it's neither. It's just a bird. It is an antagonist because it's an obstacle that Flik and the o…
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Pete is not a cat, He's a wolf.
One of the statements that keeps coming up about characters is that a "misinformation campaign" or a "campaign to misinform" was used to hide the facts about that character. At it's heart, that's correct in a small way, but the way those phrases are being used takes it a lot further to where it's being misused to justify what is being said.
The defintion of "misinform" is pretty simple: "to give false or misleading information to". Where that's correct is that a movie studio, writer, director, a…Read more >