Talk:Villain definition

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Villain Definition

Should the definition be revised? The last sentence in the first paragraph states: “ They are also not minor criminals who have committed crimes like fraud or vandalism, or people who are not proven guilty.” However, we have several individual on this Wiki who have committed serious fraud (I.e. Bernie Madoff, among others) as well as individuals who have been accused but not convicted of rape/sexual assault (I.e. Ron Jeremy). What should be done here?--Thenabster126 (talk) 04:11, 27 June 2021 (UTC)

Some revision

"They must be provably guilty, and cannot have an article if they are merely alleged to commit a crime."

RegalHyperus18 (talk) 18:42, 29 August 2022 (UTC)

Update: RegalHyperus18 (talk) 18:53, 25 November 2022 (UTC)

Show Business Celebrities

Celebrities such as Actors, Cosplayers, Models, Musicians, Athletes, Composers, Painters, Television Hosts, Broadcasters, Reporters, Racers cannot have an articles in this wikipedia because the most reasons of their negatives views from people is from disapproval just because of being unlikable when it comes of their performance type whether they are good, bad, envious, cheating, lame or just because they hold statements and opinions that are seen and viewed as unacceptable to some people based on their own perception of understanding view, can someone please add this on the list of villain definitions as one of disallowed things that cannot be accepted as villains and the types of people that cannot have an article in this wikipedia

Unless they committed serious crimes such as murder, robbery, rape, pedophilism, genocide, massacre, terrorism, large scale hacking, large scale scamming, assassination of an important person. Krekz (Talk) 4:56, 23 October 2022 (UTC)