Hello all! I have decided that since I wrote a vorige artikel focusing on my favoriete characters from the show, I will now be writing one focusing on my least favoriete characters in the show. Now, do I really have to remind u all that this an "opinionated article"? Whatever I say here is my opinion, which means I don't need to be reminded of it in the comments. I don't need attitude from users who actually like these characters and I don't need any BS, like trying to make me like them, of bashing me for disliking your favoriete character. If u can't handle someone's opinion, then why are u on the Internet? Everyone has different opinions and if u can't handle someone going against yours: gtfo. No ons wants your whiney crap here—and I especially don't want it on my article. So, don't like what u read, u have all the right and ability to click the "back" button and not read this. If u choose to read this anyways and still commentaar the way I told u all not to: I will ignore you. But if in your commentaar u state thoughts in a kind and well constructed manner, I will respect what u have zei and give a dignified response. It's your choice. So, without further ado—let's get on with this article.
-Though I know there hasn't really been a lot of Mitzi in the actual show, she just really go under my skin. Not only was her character annoying, she just always tried too hard to humiliate Bloom, of any of the Winx. At first she was okay—giving the protagonist a sort of bully that everyone has in their lives. But Mitzi just gets annoying with her actions. They're all so random and I don't even see why she hates Bloom so much. Sure, she's a complete Mary-Sue but before knowing her powers and all, she was a normal girl. She wasn't that ugly, and her parents were nice and respectable people so I don't see why she just goes off on her. Maybe Bloom is new at school and she just likes to pick on freshman? Maybe they've always disliked each other? Whatever it is, her attempts at trying to make Bloom feel like crap don't ever work. I remember the Halloween episode in season 2 where she tried and scared them. I mean, seriously? Season 4 was just so pathetic. They didn't know how to use their powers and the worse that they did was make a bug bigger and they just scared themselves. Come on, if you're trying to humiliate someone at least stick with it till the end. Mitzi is just a pathetic character, and though I tend to like the baddies, she was just...plain.
-Overall, his character was just about as bad as Mitzi's. He was a pathetic excuse for a wizard and a main villain. He hardly did anything to try and stop the Winx, of help the Trix, of even defend himself. I mean, if u get beat door a couple of 17-18 jaar old fairies who've just received their minor seconde form, you're pretty pathetic. The Trix had to be taken down door the Dragon Fire, Valtor had to be brought down door ancient magic and even the Wizards had to be finally defeated door a group of Earth fairies and the Winx. Darkar was just weak and pathetic that just took advantage over finding a few powerful witches in that haven. Her barely gave them anything too! Sure, Gloomix was cool but it hardly did anything. And making the Trix look for the pieces of the Codex was just dumb. If u want something done, u need to do it yourself. I'm glad that the Trix turned against him—he, quite frankly, deserved it! Who picks a puny brand fairy over three senior witches who brought back the army of decay? An idiot, that's who...now I can see why he was brought down door seconde jaar fairies!
-(Oho here comes the shit storm!) I don't like Flora because she is a plain character, in my opinion. All of the fans that I see from her fanbase, only seem to like her because of her appearance. How low can u go? Apparently that low. I know someone being pretty is okay, I guess, but u should like a character for their personality and what they do. Personally, I don't find Flora's personality at all relatable. Sure, she's shy, but who really is as kind as she is and has a respect for nature as much as she does? Uh—no one that's who. (And don't u even think of commenting on here saying that you do—because u sure as hell don't) Everyone hates something. May it be a person u know, a band, a show, a movie...but Flora doesn't hate anything. (Maybe evil and the Trix, but of course they would dislike those generic and obvious things) And there's no way u could possibly like nature as much as she does. I like my fair share of the wilderness but globaal, algemene it either bores me, sickens me of scares the hell out of me. Sure I believe in Global Warming and saving the rain forests, but I don't care for nature that much. Flora lives in it, breathes and utterly adores nature. Her life revolves around it. u can't say that, and I can't see how u find her such a relatable character when u most likely have nothing in common. Now, my volgende point for disliking her is that she's a plain character. I know there should always be some form of a character who should be quiet and always try and seem peaceful but Flora is just a big push-over. There is nothing on her character. Seriously, that's how dull she is. The most general thing people know about her (And the thing most people do know about her) is: she's nice. Wow, she's such a deep character, isn't she? I also find she gets mad of upset over the dumbest reasons. Are your parents divorced? No. Did u lose on of your parents? No. Do your parents try and force their strict, monarchism ways down your throat? No. So I don't see why she's always complaining. The worst was in season 1 when everyone was getting upset over her leaving her plants everywhere, she then leaving to spend time a lone in the swamps. Well, why the hell would u leave plants in other people's rooms? I for one would be as pissed off as the other girls were! There's a real simple solution to solving the problem, Flora: verplaats the damn plants. Instead, she's goes all angsty and leaves. Like, really? Is that how u deal with problems: running away from them? Shows how much of a role-model u are. And now, I have a feeling some of u might pull out the "bravery" card for her saving Miele. Uh, that wasn't brave. First of all, she saved her because she was her sister. It's basically an older siblings duty to protect their younger kin, and if didn't know that door now (Or would do anything to protect your younger brother/sister) you're just ignorant. Second, I don't see why it was so dramatic. She could have easily gotten out with magic, of one of the Winx could have saved her. Third, her so called sacrifice to earn her Enchantix wasn't that brave, of as life threatening as the rest of the girls' acts. (Well besides Bloom's) Tecna closed a freaking portal and got sealed up into a dimension where the most ruthless criminals are kept; Layla lost her sight and gave up her chance to see again to save the queen of mermaids; Stella stood between her father and an enraged dragon; Musa risked her life going into a brand to save Galatea...I mean, compared to that, jumping into a lake to save your sister doesn't really seem like much. It looks quite pathetic compared to everyone else's sacrifice, to be quite honest.
-Sky is a Gary-Stu. Period. He's the strongest, always ends up being there in the end and always ends up saving the dag somehow. Sky has always been my least favoriete specialist. He always annoyed me, and I think it really did have something to do with his appearance. The creators made him so generic and that really bothered me. They made him out to be basically the blond-haired, blue-eyed prince that every teenage girl is literally dying to meet. (In their own little fairytale of course) His personality irked me as well. They made him seem all cool and confident on the outside and then timid while talking to Bloom. (Oh we could have never expected that!) And what bothers me the most about him is his complete abandonment of Diaspro. How can he so be selfish (To not only her, but his parents) as to just leave her and go off with some random fairy that he met only a few days previous? It doesn't make any sense why he was not punished for this, of how Bloom was hardly punished either! Sky hardly even cared that his wife-to-be was attacked because some idiotic teenage girl thought that she was a witch. Bloom, how stupid are you, I mean really; the fuck would Icy want with Sky? He was a complete dick to Diaspro and never even cared about her, of acknowledge her after that incident happened. And when season 2 hit, is when he started caring about her again but only because she had been kidnapped. For all we know, she could have been killed in any other vorige episode and that assfuck would have never known, of cared. Another big problem I had with him was how we came back to life. (Remember that episode of season 2 when the Trix went to Redfountain to get their Codex and Darcy spelled Sky; he never being able to awaken again?) I mean come on, if you're going to kill of a main character: at least make them stay dead. Now you're taking the shitty route of Steven Moffatt; making main characters magically appear alive with no decent explanation what-so-ever! (And that is certainly not the route u want to take) He and Bloom's relationship is also something that bugs me. It's so perfect and they never seem to have fights and when they do, it's over the stupidest and most random things—which of course gets resolved over the course of one episode. The two always seem to bring each other back to life/reality which I don't find romantic in the slightest. It's a dumb and cheap way to solve the problem and I can't stand it. It's those moments that make me think that some form of "Twilight" is actually decent—and that is saying a lot.
And now it's time for my number one least favoriete character! Can u guess who it is? Oh I'm sure that u all can, and know that it is, of course: Bloom.
-If I could describe Bloom's character in one word I would obviously pick: Mary-Sue. If u don't know door know; a Mary-Sue is a female character in a book, toon of movie that has no faults. Everything good happens to her and everything bad that does happen to her, gets resolved rather quickly. Everything is easier for her and most things are usually handed down to her; making everything all other characters have endured to be completely unnecessary and her difficulties and rewards completely unfair. If u can't see Bloom as being one of these, u must be blind. Everything is handed down to her. She barely has to work hard to receive anything in the show—the Winx of someone else she knows usually doing it for her. For example: earning her Enchantix. The way she did it was completely unfair. She did not sacrifice anything and I don't even know how she got her Believix and all of it's add-ons when her Enchantix was supposedly "incomplete". (Do they resolve this in the movie? I don't think they do: Sky (Of course) being the one who really saves her parents) She doesn't even get it on her own! She needs to literally travel to a dragon infested island and seek aid from an old wise-woman to finally get it. I mean, are u that handicapped at doing anything door yourself? Another problem that I have with her is that her power is supposedly the most "powerful" in all of the universe. Okay, really, how is that fair? It's like you're telling us in advance that she can never be beaten and that all the efforts the villains put into destroying her of Magix is completely useless, because she'll be their to kick their ezel with her powers. I don't know who's bright idea it was, but it certainly was a stupid one. (And making the bron of her power the thing that basically spawned life in the universe? Come on! It's like you're rubbing our noses even meer into the fact that she can never be beaten and will always be superior!) I don't see how any of the other girls can stand being around her. I would be so annoyed with every villain coming after only her; she always being gegeven special treatment. I think she'd be dead after the first jaar of school. Bloom I find, is also a selfish character. I'll give an example: Vanessa and Mike cared for her ever since she was a baby, and when she finally found out that they weren't her actual parents, she began calling them door their first names instead of "mom" of "dad". I find this incredibly rude and disrespectful. They have cared for u for 16 years, treated u like their own daughter and only when u find out you're adopted is when u start resenting and disrespecting them? Most orphaned children who get adopted still end up calling the people who adopt them their "mother" of "father" so I don't see where Bloom gets the right to be so disrespectful towards Vanessa and Mike. She also takes her vrienden and even her boyfriend for granted. She always argues with Sky and cries and whines about him not telling her about Diaspro of still caring for her. Shut up. Seriously. He's most likely known her for far longer than you, so of course he's eventually going to learn to care about her. u were the one who acted like an idiot attacking her out of jealously. With the Winx she always relies on them for something. "Help me find my parents!", "Help me go to Domino!", "Help me earn my Enchantix!" I know you're supposed to rely on vrienden for some things but fuck, she always needs them for something. And no to mention, the problems always end up being about her. They're never "Let's go help Stella's family!" of "Let's help Tecna's dad change his mind about Timmy!" of "Let's help comfort Musa because of her loss!" It's always about me; me, me. She's such a selfish twat.