Hello, I just wnat to point out someone edited the Spike and Rarity pages on Heroes wiki to, in the effort to make 'official' the belief that Rarity just sees Spike as a friend. The truth is nobody knows how Rarity sees Spike as; maybe some more writing could be used on their relationship and how strong their bond is. The truth is nobody knows if Rarity has some sort of feeling for Spike or just sees him as a friend. There is no irrefutable evidence to prove that Rarity feels the same towards Spike. But neither is there irrefutable evidence to prove that she just sees him as a friend.
Because I cannot tell the editor who put in this claim to undo it; she cancelled all the more reliable evidence from Spike and Rarity's intreaction with each other episodes - including spin off media, and instead put in one of the thousands of far-fetched speclucations given by many fans.
There is some controversy going on whetever Hitler and Lanza were tragic villains or whetever the category should be deleted. I say keep it because If villain's motives or why they turned evil is removed then history itself is changed.
I think we should keep it, it helps define the villains who generally had hard lives and driven to what they did, from the ones who just turned bad on there own. Is just a question of deciding wha counts as tragi or not. It doesn't justify it, it just partially explain why they would do those sorts of things.
I do not understand why the time or era a villain lived is less relevent then whether or not a villain is "arrogant" for example. You believe it is more important to have pages like "trash talking villains" or "arrogant villains" then label them by the era of history they lived in? That seems a bit silly to me as a reader.
Yeah I don't get it myself, I thought it was a good idea. I mean I'm okay with getting rid of it if no one else agrees. But he just told me to get rid of it, blocked me for including it, refused to talk about it and started deleting it.
I do not want the category to be removed, I believe it serves a purpose and see why you created it. So far Buddy seems to be the only one who is in favour of deleting it, but he gives no arguments as to why.
Yeah, but just in case, I've set up a blog to ask the contributers what they think of the idea. If I get mostly negative responses I'll delete it, if I get mostly positive responses we'll keep it. Would you mind casting your opinion to the post?