This wiki and the other Antagonists Wiki with the picture of Jafar, Yzma, Scar, etc., were created by the same person after he wanted his own version of the Villains Wiki. Then he left and never came back.
It was recommended to me a while back by Fandom staff to merge the two wikis together and I'm going to try doing that this year. To help out, you can skip creating a page for characters here. Just focus on the other one. It will help out with the migration. Thanks.
That's the whole problem. Both wikis were created by the same person and then he abandoned them ten minutes later. So for the last seven years, we've had two wikis about the same subject when he should have only created one. Both wikis have been operating separately and I'm trying to get everything consolidated into the "S" Antagonists Wiki.
I picked Alastor as an example. It's the same description and the same picture on both wikis. The only difference is you changed what categories he has on the "S" Antagonists Wiki. That doesn't count towards them being different on different wikis.
That brings up another problem. Where's the proof for those categories? Where in the one sentence of "Alastor is the on-and-off villain from Hazbin Hotel" is the proof that Alastor is in the LGBT group, a sadist, a thrill-seeker, a one-man army, affably evil, immortal, a master at manipulating others and an egotist?
I've never watched "Hazbin Hotel". I don't know anything about it. If the only thing I ever learn about it is what's on the page, how do I know those categories are true? Do I just blindly trust that they're true? Someone once put in categories that Darla Sherman, a human girl in the movie Finding Nemo, was a rodent, a lion, a bear and a dog. That wasn't true.
When you put a category on a page, there has to be at least one sentence on the page to show the category is true. If you have five categories, you need to have at least five sentences to support those categories, and they have to provide details. It can't just be "He is arrogant." That's a category disguised as a sentence. It has to be something like, "Rodney McKay is a scientist for the SGC whose high intelligence and difficulty in acknowledging other people's works leads him to act in a very arrogant manner."
Too many times, people use a categories as an excuse not to say anything about the character. It's easy to put an "Arrogant" category on a page, so they don't feel they have to show how the character is arrogant.
He is Charlie Magne's investor, he comes to her hotel to help her and defeats Sir Pentious at the end of the pilot. He's both on Hero Wikia and Villains which means he's on-and-off characters just like the rest of the Family Guy characters.