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  • I know that the Ominous from Sonic Overload (Or "Bad" Ominous) wasn't that redeemable, but what about the "Anti-villain" Ominous (Or the one that I've already wrote a sympathetic personality for)? Do you think he should be redeem or not, and if so, why or why not? What do you think would be a fitting punishment for him if he shouldn't be redeemed? Thanks for the reply if you wanted to or already did, sorry if I bothered or upset anyone, and have a great day.

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    • Regrettably, I no longer have the time to work on this. I hope that you will be able to solve your problems without my help, since I unfortunately will be unable to provide more.

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    • Okay, then. Sorry about that.

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  • Hey, Wiki. Is it okay if I use your sixstats?

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  • Hello. This is my last request. Could you please cut the the "Chaotix" word fromthis image and make this transparent? No pressure, just asking. If i'm getting on your nerves, sorry.

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  • Hey dude. I just updated some stuff on 4 of my fan characters pages and tell me what you think? I also added one character in this wikia.

    Disco The HedgeFox Yuki The Hedgehog Azmaria the Hedgehog Madoka The Light GothAnne The Vampire Wolf

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    • I'm really sorry, but I don't think I'll have the time to do this. I've been trying to help with Ominous when I got the time, but I really don't have much left to do a full critique request. Though I may get a chance some time, don't count on it any time soon if ever, as I'm not sure when (or if) it'll happen.

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    • Ok. Thanks again, Wiki.

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  • This is the new backstory that Lucentstar came up with for me and Ominous. It's still a work in progress, but Lucentstar still did a great job, though. I hope you like it.

    [As a child, Ominous was isolated. There was no one he could trust; his parents were neglectful when they weren't being verbally or physically abusive. There was no one to give him reason to think he really did deserve to be loved when they called him a burden, told him he'd ruined their lives. At school, it was more of the same, with teachers who had no patience for the quiet, bruised child who sometimes missed classes, and bullies who sensed his insecurities and relentlessly teased him, taunted him, beat him up when they felt like it and no one was watching.

    Ominous hated the people in his world for the way they treated him. He hated the cruelty, couldn't imagine how someone could hurt another person, even if that person deserved it (as he sometimes thought he must). Then, one fateful day, the leader of the bullies grabbed him by the arm as he exited the schoolhouse. Instead of beating him up, which he had expected, the bully dragged him over to where the rest of the bullies stood, gathered around another boy. Ominous had seen the boy that morning, but only in passing; he was new to the school.

    The bully told Ominous that he had two choices: help them beat up the new kid, or take a beating in his place. Ominous couldn't believe his ears. It seemed like a nightmare, but he couldn't wake up. It was all too real. He felt sick to his stomach, but with dreamlike horror he saw himself stepping forward, taking a swing at the new kid, then another. Beyond the ringing in his ears, he could distantly hear the bullies laughing and jeering. As he walked away, there was blood on his hands, and most of it wasn't his.

    The worst part of it was that for a terrible moment he had reveled in it, loved the power, gloried in the fact that he was not the victim, not this time. And for that, he hated himself, now as much as he hated the rest of the world. Everyone could be evil, would be evil, given the chance, he was sure. The world was broken, broken, and –

    Ominous would fix it.

    He resolved that, then, with the blood of a boy whose name he didn't even know on his hands and bile in his stomach, resolved that he would wipe evil out of the world. It was the desperate promise of a betrayed child, but it was something solid for him to grasp onto in an existence made up entirely of cruelly treacherous ground. He would bind himself so he could do no evil, and he would find chains strong enough to bind the totality of being, one way or another. No one could know, because they would try to stop him, everyone wanted to do evil, but in the end – Ominous would fix it. Ominous would fix it, once and for all.]

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    • That's a great idea, Wiki. Thanks again.

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    • You're welcome. :)

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  • This will be what my anti-villain Ominous' new plan would be if he ever reappeared in another game, show, or any new entry or media. I hope you enjoy.

    [Ominous' new plan for his goal to get rid of all of the evil and conflict in the omniverse and beyond for good is to find a way to create a machine that instantly changes the morality and conflict of everything for the good of everyone in a painless, harmless, ray of light that brings no harm to others without drawing any attention to himself or without anybody getting involved or noticing. He will try to do this in secret without doing anything that a villain (or anti-villain) usually does that draws attention to the plan or makes others upset. This include no taunting, insulting, gloating, capturing, stealing, hurting, killing, conquering, destroying, manipulating, lying, tricking, using, name-calling, etc, as it would be wrong and go against both his moral principles and overall plan. If he has minions who don't want to cooperate due to either fear, skeptism, or doubt, he will be fair and either go along with them or do it himself so that everyone is happy. He might need to do it at night if he is easily exposed during the day. He will also try to make sure that nobody will find out if spotted without lying, manipulating, hurting, destroying, etc. If he is found out and is demanded to turn off the machine, then he will. If he doesn't like the way things are going if this plan succeeds or if everyone isn't fond by its effects or results, he will turn it off immediately. His plan isn't about conquering, corrupting, or destroying anything, nor is it about hurting anybody; it's about trying to change everything for the better of everyone, including himself. In summary; his plan involves changing everything without anyone even knowing or getting involved.]

    What do you think of Ominous' new plan? Does it have any flaws that he should rectify? Thanks for commenting and have a great day.

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    • Ominous's plan appears to be so flawless that I barely understand how he's still a villain at all and not a hero. The only thing that seems like it might make Ominous at all villainous would be if Ominous's sense of "good" that he attempts to change the world to were somehow misguided, and I get the impression that you don't even think that that's true, leaving Ominous as a flawlessly good and uncorrupt character.

      You might ask yourself what purpose Ominous is meant to serve in your stories: is he meant to be a hero, or is he meant to be a villain?

      If the latter, even if he is meant to be an anti-villain, then there must be some reason why he is fundamentally opposed to the heroes. Sure, there can be tragic anti-villains who would rather not fight the heroes but are stuck on the opposite side, and there can be anti-villains whose goals are the same as the heroes' but whose means are deplorable (or vice versa), but you can't pit your beacon of shining goodness against the heroes without a really good reason why they're fighting (like one of the above), and as I see it, Ominous has no reasons why he'd be on the opposite side.

      Now, if all you want is for Ominous to be that beacon I referred to earlier, and you don't care about having him be a villain, go for it; just bear in mind that he's no longer a villain or even an anti-villain, he's a hero now, and people won't believe him fighting the heroes.

      One more thing: Since Ominous's goals are to make the universe into your personal brand of utopia, then you've essentially limited your choice of stories to two types:

      1. Anti-villain route: Ominous is trying to achieve utopia, but his means are so bad that the end does not justify the means, forcing the heroes to stop him.
      2. Hero route: Ominous is trying to achieve utopia, and his means are heroic, just hard. Ergo, he or one of his cohorts is the hero of the story, and it will follow their adventures as they try to achieve this noble end.

      And you've got five available endings to choose from, most of which imply one of the two above stories:

      1. Pure Hero ending: Hero Ominous achieves his goals. Yay, the universe is perfect now.
      2. Hero Ending: Villain Ominous achieves his goes anyway, but they purify everything so yay.
      3. Normal ending: Villain Ominous's plans are stopped. Yay, now he's not doing that villainous stuff any more.
      4. Dark ending: Hero Ominous's plans are stopped. Aw.
      5. Pure Dark ending: Either incarnation achieves his goals, but there turns out to be something flawed about the utopia, with varying levels of tragedy and/or followups depending on how reversible this "utopia" that now affects all reality turns out to be.

      If these stories and/or endings aren't what you're heading for, you might reconsider why you want Ominous to be how he is, or how you'd want to change him to be.

      If you have any questions on this, please let me know.

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    • Thanks for the advice again, Wiki. As I sort of imagined; Ominous' goals were supposed to match up with his philosophy about not only how much evil and conflict the world or universe has or the inhabitants have, but the rest of the omniverse and even beyond that as well or at least changing the cause of all conflict and pure anger, evil and turmoil itself. In other words, he was supposed to be misguided and sort of a "magneto-type character" or someone who is not wrong, but goes about things the wrong way. I mean, do you know the one thing that is the cause of all conflict. His philosophy and his goals, while good in their own rights, are stripping away freedom and balance between morality as both good, evil, and even neutral alignments sort of need each other to keep the whole world and beyond balanced and stick to a mostly gray morality mindset. It would also be kind of boring without conflict; while it would stop things from going bad from others, which is also as good. Just like nature and technology; Both good and evil, as well as neutral, as two sides of a coin, but they're both needed for evolution and progress, same with conflict. I mean, just think what would happen if he used the same plan, but with more malicious goals or intentions. Anyway, thanks for the advice again, Wiki. Have a great day.

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    • OK, makes sense. Thanks for the clarification, and glad you have that worked out.

      By the way, if you have any more questions, I know a friend who's willing to assist you. She likes working with stories, and volunteered to help. You can contact her at her message wall.

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  • Hey, could you maybe help me in copying and pasting my stuff to your new Wiki? I'm not getting rid of anything here, I just want to be prepared for the future. I'm also going to be offline for a little while (I'll explain in my blog when I post it). If you could help me, that would be awesome. Thanks. :)

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  • Ask Speedy to take a turn on Wolrds Apart on Discord? 

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  • Hello, Wikinetic. If you can, would you photoshop Sonic an Sega logos on this picture so it'll look like this? I just don't have a Photoshop, because my computer's too weak to install it. I'll be very grateful.

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