Sure Annie is Psychopath? I mean she snapped and killed Christina in anger. But it was not premeditated murder. Plus, I know it is what they said it is what her lawyer was arguying about, but didn't the pills really had effect? I mean they studied in on rats and it was said some of them became violent and were hypersensitive to noise. She is murderer but not like Piper Shaw.
Also how would you rank the villainess played by Amelia Rose Blaire from most vile to least?
Definitely Piper Shaw is most brutal and most vile one.
Bridget is probably least evil. Then Annie and then Bibby?
Agree with Piper. I'm most familliar with her character as I'm Scream fan for years before the TV series come out.
Also, there are many people who are fans of S2 showrunnners' idea of S1 killers being Piper and Kieran, but originally in S1, the Lakewood Slasher was Piper Shaw and Audrey Jensen. Jill Blotevogel (S1 Showrunner) confirmed after S1 finale that Audrey was the one who attacked Will and Piper and kidnapped Will. He was rescued and the next day Audrey was with Noah when Will was killed, so Piper Shaw killed him. But what was shock is that Jill said that if Emma didn't get Audrey from custody in 1x06, Will would be alive. Based on everything that both Jill and Amelia said, it seems that Piper would only target Maggie if it wasn't for Audrey. Piper had no hatred to any victim (expect Maggie and partly Emma, but both Jill and Amelia said that part of Piper liked Emma and wanted to be her friend). Audrey hated Nina and even Will (not so much like Nina but still).
Does it counts that Bibby identified herself and will have the deal with FBI? The female detective (I don't know name) said that if killed identifies themselves they will have deal (I guess some kind of leniency) if she find herself no deal.
Hey, I saw that you were heavily involved with the creation of several pages on female villains from the MoonRavenTales YouTube channel. As you probably know, the channel was nuked in December over YouTube’s new bs standards, and I’m curious if you happened to save any of the videos as I’ve been searching for copies of them and found them nowhere.
A lot of radical feminists claim that making a fictional woman a villainess is sexism, and I'd say "THE HELL WITH THAT!" they don't know what they're talking about. Look I understand the concept of feminism that focuses on treating women as equals and everything... BUT ONE THING IS REAL LIFE WOMEN AND THE OTHER IS FICTIONAL WOMEN, JUST BECAUSE THE WOMEN IN THIS WIKI ARE VILLAINS DOES NOT MEAN THAT THE ACTRESSES AND VOICE ACTRESSES ARE VILLAINOUS, THEY'RE JUST FICTIONAL CHARACTERS! I love these villainesses for their charisma, good looks and their role as villainesses, real life issues are more important than fiction. I mean, look at me for example whenever I see a cool and hot villainess I fall in love with this character solely for their role and charisma, and even I create a good counterpart that looks exactly like my favorite villainesses with my mind and instantly it becomes my waifu. Well what is your opinion?
Me and Akujo discussed this, and as he mentioned, the tag is to be used by myself or him. You have to tell us why you feel the character should apply to this category and we have final say on if it deserves to go there or not
I am so sorry, I misread the tag page and thought it was free for everyone to use. My apologies.
In the case of the pages already added, would you able to review them manually and then message me or CEDJunior (the ones we've added to Mostly Heel were posted by either one of us) about whichever ones you need confirmation about.
Another thing to note for the future, please do not post characters on this site who are getting revenge on people who have wronged them and do not harm innocent people in the process. Me and Akujo were discussing this, a character who kills men who raped her and does nothing more than this should not even be a blog on this site.
1. Thanks for transferring Hedra Carlson to an article. Hope transferring the content from my blog of her to the new page was OK.
2. Do you think the same can be done with Inside's The Woman? I feel she is completely qualifying for Mostly Heel since, for as traumatic as what she experienced was, all of her victims were completely innocent and her anger towards Sarah was misplaced.
By the way, I was talking it over with Snakes and I don't quite feel that Christy Mathis should be on the wiki.
The only thing that would remotely push me towards blog would be that if she used the poison dart to throw the police off her trail, then that kinda says to me that she'd be ok with someone else potentially taking the fall... but other than that her motive seemed to be pretty noble and focused.
I'm thinking, to ease up work for the mods, there should be a board opened up for Mostly Heel consultations, where people can post pages they believe qualify for the tag. It would probably be a lot easier than having to get an individual message for every case.
Having gone through them, I'd say that all of them would be candidates for deletion, Kate Martin included. Ones like Miho and Roxanne inparticular read purely as self-defense, with them initially having done the right thing by going to the police.
You need to look at their motivations more rather than just the fact they killed someone, obviously that would not work in the real world, but the site was always intended for greedy, cruel women with bad intentions. Not people killing out of self defence, or getting revenge for being raped or being abused. Keep the focus on women with bad personalities who couldn't really be seen as victims in any way. You can like those characters yourself as much as you want but they weren't the original subject matter for the site.
I understand; sorry about the confusion. In hindsight, I have always been operating under the "murder's still murder" fallacy. But I can agree that women who kill to get revenge/escape abuse aren't exactly tragic villains.
I also have a blog in need of review: Gloria from Secrets in Suburbia.
The film's events have her discovering that her husband is planning to kill her for her wealth, with her three best friends all conspiring with him in some way. Rather than go to the police right away, however, Gloria instead decides to kill her friends in revenge for their betrayals. She starts by making it appear that she killed her husband, and then kills off one friend in self-defense when she tries to attack her.
To kill her other two friends, she disposes of one's psychiatric medication, leading her to commit suicide, and the other by poisoning her with anti-freeze, which causes her to crash her car. After all that, she finally reports her husband to the police.
So, would she qualify for a blog due to having taken the law into her own hands or is she another candidate for deletion?
(Sorry for all of this, I believe this is the last batch of blogs in need of review)
I was under the impression that these sorts of revenge killers were still permitted as blog posts. Especially since in Isabel's case, after finding out her fiancee's secret, she took matters into her own hands (and in a rather gory fashion) rather than reporting him to the police.
I think she would have been fine as a blog if she say killed innocent people to cover up what she had done, but the only thing she does is kill someone who murdered her father and forced her into marriage. So I don't think she fits.
Those count due to them being accidental and the killer having no intent on actually intentionally causing them harm. Which would be another type of character not suitable for the wiki. Similar to that woman who accidentally hit someone with her car you posted a while back
Yeah, I'd agree. Now I have a quick question: I've stumbled across a possible blog post to go under the Robot category in an episode of Creeped Out. It's one of those AI devices that controls an entire house, and has both a female name and voice.
OK, I've posted a blog that CEDJunior agrees with me qualifies under the new blog rules, but I wanted to send her your way just to be on the safe side. Given her status as a serial killer, and the fact that many of her victims are people she doesn't even know and thus had nothing to do with all that she went through, I'm feeling good in saying she's a qualifying blog.
IMDB credits her as that because of the fact that she dresses as a jewel thief for the party. It also credits the supporting cast by their costumes rather than actual names. But Chris is how she is referred to by a few party people and her therapist.
I think that character should stay as a blog. As for mental illness, there of course can exist different levels of severity and types, but I would definitely say that hallucinations and any other cases where the character's mind is actually deceiving her is enough for it to be considered a FE.
Awesome, thanks Akujo! Now that that's settled, I'm wondering if Ophelia Lincoln (a previously deleted Criminal Case blog) should be added back under the argument. If you don't remember, she's a girl who ended up stabbing her best friend to death during a "black out" of sorts brought on by psychiatric medicine she was taking. It leaves her with no memory of what happened, and she expresses remorse at what she'd done.
CEDJunior wrote: Now I am certain that Ginny Williams is a candidate for deletion, but what about Anne Barker/Abigail Spencer? Yes, Anne/Abigail killed her abusive father, but she also covered for an actual murderer
The actual murderer killed an abusive father, so its another sympathetic situation.
New issue entirely: an anonymous user posted Hannah Washington as a page. As you may recall, I've already posted her as a blog, where she fits due to her villainous actions occuring against her own free will. As such, this page is fit for deletion:
Good morning. I noticed that you also love cartoons. See them with your nephews? I love to give puzzles and toys with their favorite characters to them. I do not even know who is more happy about it, me or them.
I like cartoons pretty good. I assume you saw the edits I made regarding Odile; I just happened across your new page and saw Odile was voiced by Ali, who as you can see, has quite a few villains under her belt.
I can not write a message on my wall, so I answer here.(Sorry for that). I did not watch the episode with her in the first season. I can tell how easily she manipulated these guys. Although I do not like this way to succeed, but she did it very nicely. I was funny to watch her actions.