Well, he might've been an antagonist, considering he probably influenced Shrignold and the others to push their evil ideas of marriage onto Yellow Guy. Plus, they're obviously religious nuts, and I and others would agree that those type of people are pretty villainous, especially if they force their ideas onto others.
Despite me being LGBT+, I don't mind if people don't support LGBT for religious reasons (though I wouldn't date someone like that for obvious reasons- as well, for obvious reasons, I don't think I can be close friends with someone like that unless they're willing to respect me. If you'd like to know why, tell me a place where we can talk about it in private.), but a lot of people would mind, thus considering them (in most people's eyes) villainous. Obviously, forcing people into marriages, and trying to erase their memory is evil-- especially when they're young, out of the question. It seems that, since they're doing this in the name of Malcolm and Malcolm didn't seem to say anything against it, Malcolm supports this, and therefore, is an antagonist.
Basically, I think he's an antagonist. Maybe ask other people if they think this way, too. If a majority of people say no, then I'll remove the antagonist tag myself.
1. Are you saying I should ask other people if they think Malcolm is an antagonist?
2. Who do you think I should ask if he/she considers Malcolm an antagonist?
Yes, you should ask people. See, it's like a petition-- if only one person cares about/supports a cause, then it probably won't change anything. If many people support a cause, it will change something. Or in other words, it's better when it's something everyone can agree on-- I won't immediately change something if (as it seems) only one person thinks something else about it. You're the only one I've seen who thinks Malcolm is not an antagonist-- or at the very least, who have tried to debate about it. If you can show me proof that Malcolm not being an antagonist is something a lot of people agree on, then I will change it. The reason why is because, if people actually care about the categories/tags I put on pages, then people will be like "why isn't Malcolm considered an antagonist? He did X so that makes him an antagonist!", and I don't want any fiery debates on this wiki. Trust me, I used to manage another wiki from a former fandom of mine, and they used to fight all the time. So much, I had to put a rule on shipping war questions.
Also, I'd recommend either making a thread in the DHMIS Wiki forums asking it (in which I will promote), or going to Tumblr or DHMIS Amino (since those are the only places I've seen where DHMIS fans are still active), asking the question in a post, tagging it as DHMIS (if on Tumblr), and other similar tags, and seeing if the fandom agrees with you. And please, if you're asking on Tumblr, link me to the post so I can see the comments/tags.
i think malcom is a hoax used to trick yellow guy into joining the love cult. i think it could even be said that malcom is some kind of a machine being fed gravel by the love cult because they were told to by roy.
Soul huntre wrote: i think malcom is a hoax used to trick yellow guy into joining the love cult. i think it could even be said that malcom is some kind of a machine being fed gravel by the love cult because they were told to by roy.
Soul huntre, how do you know that? Also, are you saying that you consider Malcolm an antagonist. I don't think Malcolm qualifies as a villain since he doesn't really do anything evil and I do not consider him an antagonist either because he does not oppose any protagonists.