Since Mike's entire story resolves around him trying to break control of Mal in his mind while Mal takes the most amount of focus and relevance in the main plot of the season, Mike is actually the main antagonist hero of the season and Mal is the villain protagonist.
I mean, Mike is the most dangerous enemy Mal has on the season, but he has his own story about trying to take Mal inside his head, while Mal becomes the most relevant part of the main plot of the events in real life, and until the final Mal is the one who gets screen time and development until finally confronting Mike.
Yeah, but while he is possessed Mal takes the screen time and drives the plot, and since Chris is obviously the antagonist due to him creating and giving the challenges, Mal is definitely the main character, pretty much the whole series follows him on his way to win the million.
Mike's role here is to be Mal's most dangerous enemy and challenge, and since he technically doesn't interac with the other characters due to being imprisoned by Mal on his mind along his other personalities, he fits the role is being the antagonist of Mal's evil journey.
Yeah, i mean there is multiple heroes and villains, but mal is pretty much the only villain who do get special focus and development. Zoe is the closest that season has to an main character aside from Mal, plus she is the one who gets in the final along Mal.
And now i'm thinking, another point that does make Mike the main antagonist is the fact he is the most effective or rather the only one able to stop Mal. Seriously man, Mal managed to trick everyone almost until the final, and the few people who were aware of his true nature were quickly eliminated by him, Zoey only finding the truth at the end. Hadn't Mike stopped him, Mal would've like won.
Though i'm sad i got banned before i could have more people to aid me on the issue, so i couldn't get my edit and they did got their hypocrital edit, so do not believe Orb when he says the discussion was "settled" cause it wasn't.
And it confuses me why they were the only ones to answer on that page.
Another really bad decision i made was creating another account and ban evading, and they don't forgive that.
But then again, they tell you to message them via email to discuss your ban and they never answer you when you try to talk with them on email, not to say the moderators were kind of rude and jerkass for deleting me even after i apologized and accepted to improve myself on the site according to their rules.
They even contrast their own opinions, but they agree to add Genos to the trope even though he has flaws that according to them make him no qualify for the trope.
And Orb's statement of strong and skilled is just wrong, they are characters that have power and skill nit characters that are "defined" by both things equally.
If you've saw Genos fighting, i don't need to explain why it's wrong on him, but like the 90% of characters that are on strong and skilled are defined much more by one trait than another. But they are there cause they have both traits.
Motivatedzombie256 wrote: Man, tv tropes sure do have bad contributors, i remember they banned me thinking i was oghta which i wasn't.
Well, the site was going downhill in certain areas since I signed up; but the mods should be able to tell the difference between you two if you lived far enough away from each other. But as long as you stay away from editing certain pages or posting controversial opinions on the forums, you should be fine on there, Alex
And regarding Saitama, he wasn't always as strong as he is now. Since he started off as an ordinary middle-schooler, was ticked off on how weak he was, committed himself to an insane workout routine while learning how to fight monsters. And after around of 2-3 years of this, he's as strong as you can imagine and he's also bored out of his mind because he wants an challenging opponent.
In a way, this is kind of funny, since it's addressing what might happen if Goku got bored from effortlessly winning the Tournament of Power and there's nobody around who'll give him an good fight.