We must help the sister wiki, Heroes wiki, for it looks inferior compared to Villains wiki. After all there must be balance in between. Me and B1bl1kal are asking people around if there are users who want to contribute their time into making Heroes wiki as good as villains wiki. What do you think of this idea? If you want to join, answer us in this link. https://hero.fandom.com/wiki/Message_Wall:Legoreader12345hello
I don't respect category spam, which is what many people have done in this Wiki. You need to learn what makes a hero admired. If you just follow the example the admins have set, I wouldn't be trying to fix this Wiki right now. So I guess admins and trusted users don't respect the work of others.
You can't delete my category. I created it because old category "megalomaniacs" was deleted because it hadn't nothing to be with heroic acts. For that reason I had to created this category. This isn't first time. Once upon there was a category named "pervert" and how it was being deleted, it were replaced by "heroic perverts"
Sorry, but I can't allow you to do. "Heroic Megalomaniacs" stays.
"no.. if a "hero" is obsessed purely with power they are a villain protagonist : a hero is meant to have some sort of moral balance.. a megalomaniac has no moral balance because they do anything for power.
a "heroic megalomaniac" makes about as much sense as a "heroic psychopath" : just because some heroes have shown megalomaniac / psychotic traits does NOT mean that trait is "heroic", hell it is often a trait that is made deliberately to make the hero more antagonistic (and thus more "human")
a "heroic megalomaniac" is basically Justice Lord Superman.. who is not a hero at all.. used to be, but the moment a hero starts to say "screw it" to morals, they become a villain.. unless said hero was an anti-hero or a "modern" hero.. but anti-heroes still have *some* morals (and megalomania has none).
a "modern" hero will do horrible things (such as New 52 and so on) but these are, again, heroes designed to be antagonistic.. you aren't meant to admire their actions (such as how Iron Man went insane lately and started harming innocents, you aren't meant to side with him, he's a bad guy.. just happens to be the main character)."
Prosecution rests. The deletion template is going back up.
"it makes a little more sense as heroes can display psychopathic behavior (such as Punisher) BUT it MUST be made crystal clear that it is a negative trait, not one that is meant to be admired.. it is a trait found in Antagonist Heroes but should never be seen as something you're meant to admire.
Psychotic heroes exist but it is a bad trait, one designed to make them antagonistic and allow conflict of interest : Judge Dredd is a psychopath, so is Punisher and some versions of Batman.
like I said however, it is not a "heroic" trait, it is a dark portion of their character designed to show that heroes and villains can often mirror each other in action."
No, it was only for one day. He admitted that he was a bit rash on that. And there actually are reasons.
Pixar is just an addition for Disney villains.
Cartoon Network is way too broad for a category. It's like Nintendo villains and Capcom villains; too many and some are not originally from said category.
Dreamworks, however, you might want to talk to Magma about that.
I know Pixar is just an addition for Disney villains, but it needs to be brought back just like DreamWorks and Cartoon Network. CN is actually not too broad, it's for categories about characters from Cartoon Network originals. I don't like the guy either.