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Is Jeff a Complete Monster?
I've noticed how the JTK article suddenly changed. Like, first, it had Jeff's biography, personality, appearance, trivia, and gallery. Now suddenly, it's just Jeff's backstory. Like, it was changed back to how it looked like before it got a major rewrite without any discussion whatsoever. Should I (or someone else) restore it to expand/improve it?
EDIT: Actually, i'm just gonna restore it Molly's beautiful writing and see how people react (undo it or leave it)
Tragic Villain or Pure Evil?
I personally think Jeff shouldn't be concidered a tragic villain, he's done far to much for the reader/listener to sympathise with the character in my opinion and he should be in the pure evil category due to the fact that he has done enough to cross the Moral Event Horizon and he can't possibly redeem himself after all he has done. His backstory I'll grant you is tragic but the Joker in The Killing Joke has a tragic backstory but he has commited enough to be concidered pure evil, Koba from The Planet Of The Apes prequels has a very tragic backstory and even was loyal to Caeser but he still has done enough to earn the category. Or if not Pure Evil I still think it's a major stretch to call him tragic after all he's done, the lives he's destroyed, etc. Looloopie (talk) 21:22, May 25, 2017 (UTC)