He is dead, therefore he belongs in the deceased category. He is a reformed villain, therefore he belongs in the Reformed Villains category. Once reformed he became a hero and therefore belongs in the Heroes category. --DragynWulf 14:11, 5 June 2006 (EDT)
He has never been to the 616 reality therefore cannot be considered for the hero category. Since he was not in the hero category he shouldn't be in the reformed villains category. Since he has never encountered a 616 character (except the Grandmaster in flashback, which I temporarily forgot about) he should not be put in the deceased category. Characters like Nighthawk, Tom Thumb and the Blue Eagle make it because they have encountered 616 charcters and even been to 616 Earth on a few occasions. Haywire actually lived on Earth-616 for an extended period of time, and died in the 616 universe. Decibel didn't do any of these. Can't he just be a nitch character?? Can't you just leave the poor man be?? -- IRISH4869 04:52, 13 June 2006 (EDT)
The character is dead and therefore belongs in the Deceased category and reformed category because he was reformed. There is nothing stating that they have to be from the 616 Reality like it does with the Heroes category (which I completely disagree with). Just because a character interacts with the characters does not mean that is the only reason they get to be included. Leave the categories alone. The same goes with the other members of the Squadron Supreme. Leave the Reformed Villains and Deceased categories alone. There is nothing stating that they have to interact or be apart of the 616 Reality to be included. --DragynWulf 10:45, 13 June 2006 (EDT)
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