I'm sorry for getting your message late, but the reason I thought it was terrible was because the show stopped being empathetic and instead chose to endorse two of the most horrific crimes society can commit. Harming children and portraying social outcasts as monsters. Especially those on the high functioning end of the autism spectrum.
When I saw the episode Marks for Effort, I applauded it for addressing this, and highlighting the social difficulties of those on the spectrum. But when School Raze showed up, well... I was pretty angry. It reinforced a negative autistic stereotype, that we are monsters and lost causes. I hoped the final season would correct this... it did not.
I've already recieved a complaint about your recent activity on Amy Rose, its becoming clear you are not here to contribute properly on this wiki, consider this your FINAL WARNING on here, either change your ways and edit more professionally or you will be block infinitely on this wiki.
For starters, don't spam Pure Good, If you want to nominate an article for that category, you must either bring it up at the talk page or at the discussions portal. There is criteria for the hero to qualify.
Also, do not revert other peoples edits without giving legitimate reasons, for example if a user vandalizes the article (inserts gibberish, false information, etc.), undoing it is the right thing to do. If a user does in which is not necessary vandalism (if you disagree with their edit(s)), you can revert, but you must provide an edit summary, but note that it maybe reverted, if that happens take it to the talk page rather than start an edit war. If you revert a legit edit without giving a reason in the edit summary, that's considered unprofessional, and can amount to edit-warring if it continues.
Sonic's personality is a juxtaposition of kindness and ferocity. He is extremely benevolent, driven by his own strong sense of justice and fair play, and firmly stands for truth and freedom, but he is never the one to rest in the face of injustice or oppression. He hates lies and evil in all its forms, exploding with anger when witnessing anything unjust, and will do all he can to snuff it out, throwing his life on the line without hesitation. However, he usually sees his heroics as an opportunity to have fun, making him a thrill-seeker. To Sonic, saving the world is no big feat and just another thrilling episode in his life. When he finds himself in a pinch, he acts as though nothing can stop him. In times of crisis though, he is aggressive and focuses intensely on the task at hand as if his personality has undergone an astonishing change. At the same time, Sonic has a big and kind heart and is fully committed to helping out and protecting the oppressed at any time, even if means getting himself into trouble or being despised by other.
Well, if you're trying to point out that he's "Pure of Heart", I still believe he is simply just an "Outright Hero." A Pure of Heart hero doesn't burst out in rage no matter what nor are they ever aggressive. Sonic the Hedgehog is also still willing to hurt others even if it is not the first choice. Pure of Heart is something that is very hard to be, because of the fact that its the extreme side of goodness. Also, you call his heroics an opportunity to have fun. A Pure of Heart would rescue someone with meaning to have great citizenship as opposed to an advocation. Bigblujay, I would suggest you either use your talk page constrructively or I will ask an admin to revoke your talk page pivileges and wait out your three month block in silence!
The admin User:Mesektet specifically said Mario is an outright hero and not pure of heart. Outright heroes cannot be pure of heart as well. If it makes you feel any better, I used to overdo the Complete Monster category on Villains Wikia. I was warned once by a regular user and ever since I was warned by an admin, I stopped. You also didn't explain how these characters are pure of heart besides adding them as such as well.