Since SuperMarioLogan has an entry on Know Your Meme, can I please create add some SuperMarioLogan villains on here? Like Bubbles, Drawing Jeffy, Craig The Devil, Bowser, Black Yoshi, Doofy The Dragon, etc.
Since when did The Sketchbook abuse a child? Also, is The Sketchbook really evil? Sure she was an antagonist due to destroying Yellow Guy's painting, not letting anyone be creative and saying green is not a creative color but she doesn't do anything remotely villainous unlike the other DHMIS antagonists.
She is the very definition of a disciplinarian trying to suppress individuality. The DHMIS series is made in such a way that many interpretations can be given. As such, I feel that the Sketchbook can stay because of the ambiguity and open-end nature of the series.
Hello Austin, my name is Harold. Can I please create some pages for villains from the SuperMarioLogan series?. Even though this wiki doesn't allow fanfiction, SuperMarioLogan has an entry on Know Your Meme and a villain from a YouTube series is only allowed if a YouTube series is on Know Your Meme which was the reason why you restored Does Bad Things Guy.
I saw a discussion that you made which is about how this wiki should have pages on SML villains and I agree with you.
So, could I create SuperMarioLogan villains on this wiki? (i.e. Bubbles, Black Yoshi, Bowser, Drawing Jeffy, Doofy the Dragon, Craig the Devil, etc.)
Rose's actress confirmed that Rose wasn't brainwashed. She even confirmed that Jordan Peele himself said that even if her parents didn't work in their business, she still would've manipulated people out of her volition.
Morrigan Aensland was never in fact an evildoer, I spite of her being antiheroine. That's why the real Morrigan Aensland article before your page of same name was deleted in the first place. I'm sorry.
Lately, users have been blatantly and conveniently ignoring the proposal rule and adding pages to the PE category/removing the PE category without making a proposal. And when the category is removed/added back, they would edit-war over it. While it was initially easier to ignore, the issue is getting more and more irritating IMO.
Today, this happened. A user tried multiple times to add a character to PE without making a proposal, and when the character was removed numerous times, the user made a discussion post just to sternly complain about the category being removed (you can also see that I kinda lashed out at him in the comments).
Originally, the proposal rule was literally made to avoid further edit-warring over the PE category, and also to further distance us from TV Tropes. And then of course, only a week or so after the rule was officially established, a user (now permablocked) added a character to PE without making a proposal, and his reasoning? "TV Tropes says so, and therefore, WE MUST ALSO!!" And of course, Grizzhly got rightfully pissed off and copy and pasted the rules.
So I came up with a new suggestion. Rather than simply removing/adding back the PE category, if a user tries to add/remove the category once, he will be given a warning. And if he does it more than once, he will be blocked. This will teach users to take this certain rule more seriously, and to avoid further edit-wars and abuse. What do you think?
PS: I also discussed this with Valkerone and some other admins.