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  • Can you please paste following text to w:c:villains:Dr Egghead?

    Dr Egghead is the main antagonist of The Three Bears franchise. He's Vicky's arch-nemesis and The Trolls' former boss.

    Personality[1]

    He's a grumpy evil scientist who hates that he's bald. He's trying to make hair lotion every day, but always fails and accidently makes flower lotion instead. The running gag in cartoons is whenever he makes lotion and tries it on his head to see does it work, looks at himself in the mirror and sees that his head is covered in flowers. Then, he starts screaming and pulling flowers out of his head. On some occasions, Boss used to put water on flowers from Dr Egghead's head, and Dr Egghead punched him to the head and called him an idiot. Because he couldn't make a good lotion, he often encouraged Trolls to capture Vicky, Cuddly, Happy Dog and Kimbo and bring them to him so he can cut their hair and make himself a wig. His main goal is to cut Vicky's hair, because he wants to be blondie, like his favorite Rock Star.

    Villainous Acts[2]

    • He encouraged Trolls to kidnap Vicky and her friends and bring them to him, because he wanted to make wigs from their hair.
    • He encouraged Ghost, Skeleton and Zombie to kidnap Vicky and her friends and bring them to him (that was when he fired Trolls).
    • He tried to kidnap Vicky by himself in several episodes.
    • He made a virus creature and commanded him to kill Three Bears.
    • He made potion which makes other starts arguing for no actual reason, and gave it to Trolls and told them to use it on everybody.
    • He abused Boss, Dumpy, Silly, Ghost, Skeleton and Zombie both physically and verbally whenever they said or did something stupid.

    Trivia[3]

    • He shares similarities with Elmer Fudd from Looney Tunes franchise, because they are both bald and hate it, and often try to make hair starts growing from their heads.
    • His name might be parody on Dr Eggman, the main antagonist from Sonic franchise.
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  • NOT Omnipotent, why did you mean NOT Omnipotent?!

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  • Hello Susalex,

    I'm one of the Administrators at the site and have noticed a few issues with some of your editing.  Not your fault, it was a bit vague in the Style Guidelines but in the future, we'd appreciate it if you don't add TV/Film Characters to certain Categories.  Certain Occupations such as Martial Artists and Scientists are intended for actors/actresses/people and the Superhero Category is considered a Film/TV genre not an occupation.

    It's certainly a valid interpretation and attempt to create sub-categories for the character lists and I hope that you're not insulted or angry at this but we prefer the current layout/guidelines established.

    Please don't feel that you have to go back and remove what you've added; we can edit it ourselves if you wish.  We hope that you continue to help and expand our community and make it grow in size and complexity.  

    As a side note, I have also noticed your post about expanding our Character Infoboxes re: occupation, height, hair color, etc.  It's currently under discussion and review and we will let you know about our decision. 

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    • Got a message back from Mikex20 and unfortunately, it appears that editing the James Bond Character Pages don't actually count towards the James Bond Badges; it's only modifying the movie/tv pages that appear to count.  Sorry.

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    • Oh, I just noticed that you also replied on Mikex20's page so yeah, the Physical Appearances and Skills and Abilities can be slotted under the "Personality & Traits" with Subheading 3. 

      I was looking at Varia (Xena: Warrior Princess) and was doing some tinkering around with it to see how it would look with that.  Other than that, I just copied the video clips to her new Image Gallery page; I also removed two of the video clips from Varia's main article page as I felt it was a bit too crowded. 

      And as Mikex20 said, we do try to treat all of the different incarnations of characters with their own separate character pages; like you stated, some of them are simply too different to maintain a cohesive character page.  Either that or we'd have to maintain a super-long profile with all of their different versions.  There are a list of the various incarnations of a character under "Other Versions" with those image/links indicating which ones we have created so far for the characters. 

      Surprisingly, some characters are in fact regarded as being the same one.  For example, James Bond has had seven or eight actors portraying him but Eon Productions has proclaimed that it's the same character. 

      Buffy Summers is another; Joss Whedon has stated that the movie and TV series share the same continuity with Sarah Michelle Geller picking up where Kristy Swanson's role ended a few months later apparently.  It's not unheard of even in films.  For example, Kristie Alley was the original actress for Saavik but was replaced with Robin Curtis for her next few appearances and it was just treated as the same person. In those cases, we treat them as the same person/profile as well.

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