Good to see you putting more Spider-Man PE's on here. You can get back on the whitelist if you apologize or make your case to Sirin of the Void or Valkerone. That's how I got back on. We should get a proposal on Doctor Octopus (Marvel Noir) soon.
I was removed for plagiarizing proposals from TV Tropes, even though I was trying not to by replacing words. Sometimes you have to find some words to form your proposal even though you've seen the work. I've asked Sirin for another chance, because I have a few more proposals to do, and I promised to do them right.
Who effected the plot more in the game, was it Mister Negative or Doc Ock? If Mister Negative effected the plot more, should he be considered the central antagonist because central means the one who drives the plot more than the main antagonist
But so you know, Doc Ock gets more screen-time and was a bigger threat and had bigger plans, do you want to change Mister Negative to central antagonist and give your summary on how he effected the plot more, and change Kingpin to secondary antagonist because Kingpin is the tertiary antagonist of the game, I think
But when he got arrested, he left a power vaccum, Mister Negative was waiting for Spider-Man to bust him so he is responsible for the entire conflict of the game, plus, even though he was in prison, you still fight his men occasionally and he sets up hideouts, and he deal with his schemes in side missions, do you agree that he's a major antagonist now?
But Vulture, Electro, Rhino and Scorpion don’t effect the plot and they barely get any screen-time, Kingpin effects the plot more than those guys, I would say he’s the tertiary antagonist, and I think Silver Sable is the quaternary antagonist since she effects the plot less than Kingpin but has more effect than the minor antagonists what do you think and plus, she is a supporting antagonist while Kingpin is a major antagonist
Didn't he trick Superman into making him believe that Lois Lane was Doomsday leading her getting killed by him while she was pregnant, additionally in the process of blowing up Metropolis also in the comics?
I think so. He was Finn McMissile's archnemesis and while Sir Miles Axlerod was the one behind the plot, he posed as the main threat due handling all the operations while Axlerod stayed as his behind the scenes boss.
Then why does his page on Villains Wiki says that he is the secondary antagonist even though he drove the plot and got the most screen time so I think he’s the central antagonist while Axlerod is the main antagonist so can you correct it
I think coachman in this story played the same role as in the original story, only that his ending is different (he could have been killed at the alternate end), plus how many people may have been killed by Pinocchio in the alternate story.