Okay, I was checking out the history revisions of the Smallville characters and I noticed that the alignment sections of Lana Lang, Lois Lane, Henry James Olsen, and Pete Ross all read "Neutral" until they were correctly changed to "Good". These were edits between 2007-2009. But I wonder what was going on through these users heads because all these characters have clearly been Good-aligned ever since their respective first appearances. Well, perhaps Lana deserved to be Neutral at the time for her actions in Season 7, but the one I found jarring the most was Lois, whose probably one of the most moral, if somewhat irritable, characters on the show. Even Darkseid admitted such. Were the rules on alignment different back then? I mean, nowadays, people like Catwoman and Captain freaking Cold are good-aligned. I'm glad the pages of the aforementioned Smallville have been long fixed, but Lois never should've been Neutral. I wonder what the person who originally created that page was thinking. Obviously, had her page been created anytime post-2010, she would've been called "Good" right away. The Lois Lane from Superman returns also fell victim to this. Her page was created back in '08 and read Neutral and it wasn't changed to Good until 2012, four years. Did love interests & supporting characters back then not have a right to be called "Good" like the superheroes?
Over the years, I've really grown to dislike the alignment section. It's something that's in danger of being more of a question of the personal opinion of the editor, than facts. In the case of Kate Bosworth's Lois, it might've been about her taking her kid with her on a potentially dangerous assignment (as I've often seen complaints about that). It can be a question of personal dislike of a character (ex. Clana shippers not liking Lois, while Clois shippers not liking Lana).
C >> But I wonder what was going on through these users heads <<
Is it a troll thing? Wasn't there just recently, like last week, some troll changing the alignments on the Flash characters? And the troll before that, and the troll before that, same type of targets? Maybe "Alignment" acts as some kind of troll magnet or something. Stoop Davy Dave (talk) 12:39, November 28, 2018 (UTC)
Why do you consider Aunt Nell 'neutral' when there are criminals like Leonard Snart (Arrow) and Mick Rory (Arrow) who are considered 'good'? What makes them more moral than Nell, who I don't recall actually doing anything wrong?
It's all about how she raised Lana.
1) Giving her a necklace, made from the meteorite that killed Lana's parents (giving the girl a constant reminder of her parents' death).
2) In the pilot episode and several times after, we see Lana visiting her parents' grave at night. A behavior that showcases a disinterest in the girl's behavior, from her legal guardian.
Basically, her childraising places her in the neutral camp (i.e. not evil, but not exactly good either). I could go deeper. Like her manipulating her niece into becoming an idealized version of her late sister.
As for why Mich and Snart (Arrow) are considered good. Well, that's because someone simply put that alignment on their articles.
The reason I undone your edit to Martin Stein (Arrow) is because before I added the category Deceased Characters it wasn't there, and then you removed it and added a space in between to parts of the template why I don't know but the Deceased Characters category still wasn't on there if that was why.
If you are wondering why I didn't put any of the other episodes that have their title confirmed, well The Flash's only other confirmed title is for episode 11. While Arrow's and LoT's are episode 10 and Supergirl's doesn't have one. Plus all three with one only have the year it will be on TV not the month and day.
To the best of my knowledge, neither have been mentioned by their last names. And I'm not the one who gave them those names on their articles (have a feeling that you've mistaken me for the two that did).