Gang (Jade Empire) may look suspiciously similar to this page, but I'd not call it plagiarism. The words and the content are NOT 100% the same, and what's been written can be traced back to the game's dialogue you can find for example in Youtube. What do I have to proof it's not plagiarism?
Regra 3.5: we will limit our articles to organizations, named villains and plot-relevant boss characters.
Todos os chefes do jogo servem basicamente o mesmo propósito e não possuem praticamente nenhum backstory. Basicamente não tem nada que justifique páginas para cada membro individual. É mais fácil mencionar todos eles no artigo base.
Desculpe não ter explicado antes, estava meio que na pressa.
As it mentions that these are humans as they are depicted in a documentary, wouldn't they logically fall under "Real Life Examples", and thus be subject to the "No Real Life Examples" rule? Just curious.
I mean, technically speaking, all of the debtors are pretty homicidal, and, truthfully, Grim Matchstick and Weepy are pretty much the only bosses who don't actually want to or get any satisfaction out of hurting Cuphead and Mugman. I guess it can be argued that they only fought Cuphead and Mugman in order to keep their souls, but they get more satisfaction out of harming them than anyone reasonably should.
Honestly, although I don't agree with you, I can see why you don't think the debtors are villains, but what about Mr. Wheezy and the other Casino Bosses? They actually worked for King Dice and were truly malicious.
Sorry for not answering earlier, I was out of internet.
The game makes it pretty clear that the debtors are victims, much like the heroes. In fact, you could argue that the heroes are villains, since they're basically doing the Devil's dirty work. As for the casino bosses, they should be included in a single page.
Hmm... very good point. However, even if it is a literal deal with the Devil, they're still deal breakers and liars. Even if you wanted to ignore that, I'd still say most of them are pretty sadistic. I'd say they were tragic scapegoats, evil vs evil, and maybe even grey zone. But I do definitely see your point.
NerdWithAKeyboard wrote: Hmm... very good point. However, even if it is a literal deal with the Devil, they're still deal breakers and liars. Even if you wanted to ignore that, I'd still say most of them are pretty sadistic. I'd say they were tragic scapegoats, evil vs evil, and maybe even grey zone. But I do definitely see your point.
Being a deal breaker, a liar or even a sadist doesn't make you a villain. In the context of the game, they are being attacked and defend themselves. Even if they show glee or sadism, they should't count as villains.
The regular bosses don't count, they were tricked by the Devil the same way as the heroes but managed to run away with their contracts to not lose their souls. The only reason the Devil don't go after them himself is because he is either lazy or just can't leave the casino.
The casino bosses do count, though they can all be put on a single page.