Heya Jordan, we really appreciate that you're trying to improve the Wiki, but the biggest thing we need right now is plot sections for characters like this. We already have too many Categories that are not necessary & will be completely overhauling the Category system soon to remove most of the current Categories, so more are not needed, & additionally, regarding Batman, he is an antagonist because the story is told from the point of view of Harley Quinn. He is a Hero & Justice League Member, but not a narrative protagonist. Additionally, please refrain from using terms like "tetartagonist", "tritagonist", or "pentagonist" as they are not well understood generally. I would prefer not to lock pages against your edits, but this can be done.
Hey again, I apologize for the inconvenience, but I've placed a block against your account to stop you from continuing these edits so that you would check out this thread. Please read it over, & I'll look forward to talking with you! Would be happy to lift the block if we can just open up some communication.
Heya Jordan, the deuteragonist is definitionally the second-most important character in a drama. "Secondary" is simply less important, so no, secondary protagonist does not mean that the rest of Harley's crew have more important narrative roles Poison Ivy. If you have another idea for a term that would be more clear to readers, without using obscure terms like "tritagonist", then we can definitely change things up!
Oh by the way, I've just now lifted your block, please don't start tweaking these terms until we've both agreed on one, & please also leave categories untouched because a new Wiki Manager has just arrived and cleaned them up. It'd be great if you could help out with plot sections that I didn't get around to, like Queen of Fables!
please don't start tweaking these terms until we've both agreed on one, & please also leave categories untouched because a new Wiki Manager has just arrived and cleaned them up.
Hey again Jordan, you continue to edit these & add pages to the wrong categories after I asked you not to do so, so I re-applied the block for one day. I'm quite happy with the compromise term you used, "major protagonist", but we've just now got the categories fixed - please leave them alone, unless you want to use the actual definitions of the categories. I'd be happy to explain if you're confused!