I'm having a problem with someone you messaged to stop harassing me a while back, the user was Player Gammer. He has know moved to the Marvel Cinematic Universe wiki to message me to edit articles, and I was wondering what I could do to alert the administrators on the MCU?
I saw Soraya Montenegro had a Heroes wikia page. To be honest, I am strongly against it because Soraya is the main villain in the famous telenovela series, Maria La Del Barrio. Soraya abusing her stepdaughter after she caught her with Nandito, who was her love rival’s son.
Unfortunately, I got no response from the admin after that. After months of no response, I find out that Soraya has a page on Villain wikia.
So I hope you should mark Soraya Montenegro page for deletion.
Since you prefer talking mostly about heroes here, and keep the insights and thoughts about villains to the villains wiki, i'll do what you ask and stay here for heroes-related topics.
Here are the latest topics I would like to discuss about:
1. Are you familiar enough with JP? If so, I have ideas for rebooting TLW, JP3 and JW:FK. Part 1 will stay the same. Just different actors and actresses, and the dinosaurs will be either more up to date or explained as anomalies/evolution.
2. I was informed that "His Dark Matters" will have a tv adaptation any minute now. I didn't like the novel too much, but do you see the upcoming series as worth my time regardless to the quality of the source material?
1. Jurassic World isn't a declared reboot (some JP fans might call it such, but it's not). Hope you'll watch again and grow to like it. But maybe you're familiar with StarCraft's lore. I noticed many weird things going on there, and couldn't make sense in my head even after asking people. For starter, the Protos' lack of face. Did the Xelnaga wanted them to be this way so they won't be able to communicate well enough to overthrow them? I know the Protos are telepathic, but communicate without facial expressions is nearly impossible.
2. Another frost-related movie I do like to see is "Frozen 2". Happen to see it? If so, would you recommend me to see it too?
3. The last Spiderman movie I watch was "Spider-verse", with Spider Gwen and Miles. That was E-P-I-C. The new "Joker" is a good movie with an interesting concept, but a tragic version of Joker isn't the legend some people are making of it. Know what I mean?
Just saw that you marked Tembo's page as a candidate to deletion. Does it mean you and the other admins will erase him unless someone will explain why he deserves a page in this wiki? If so, then as a life-long JP enthusiastic and the creator of the page, I would like to tell you why he deserves a page, and why some of the controversial categories applies on him. Will I have the honor of talking for the character before you'll delete the page?
Every hero feels remorse except for extreme anti-heroes. It's not really something we need a category for. It would be like having a category on villains wiki for "Evil Villains".. (Actually, Villains Wiki did have that at one point).
no, a degree of remorse is necessary for ALL heroes, even anti-heroes.. a character with zero remorse is a psychopath by very definition and despite some edgey / darker works having psychopaths as "cool" protagonists there is no way a fully-fledged psychopath can ever be a hero by the standards this wiki determines the term (a person who does good).
psychopaths who have absolutely no remorse are incapable of forgiveness, mercy or altruism - traits even the most hardened anti-heroes will show every now and then.. for example Deadpool usually refuses to harm children and becomes very, very displeased with those who do and Punisher refuses to harm people he deems as "innocent" - even Judge Dredd has limits.. true psychopaths have no limits because when you get rid of all remorse you remove all limits.
this is what allows guys like Norman to do the stuff they do, they don't have remorse and thus are extremely dangerous.. arguably most truly "evil" things arise when a character lacks remorse - likewise for any sort of "good" in a character they need to have some remorse or the ability to at least empathize with others (remember that Batman, one of DC's more cynical anti-heroes, once sat with a dying girl and simply talked with her.. because he still has the ability to feel things.. that in turn makes him a "good" person (even if he's flawed).).