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FuzzyWulfe
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06:14:25 PM Oct 30th 2011
Remove The Mole from Mason Greyback's section. He didn't pursue Alex because she was a wizard or even had evil plans; he honestly just fancied her. He truly fell in love with her because of the shared interest in art. While he did attack Justin and Juliet, his only betrayal of Alex was mistakenly declaring his love for Juliet. The attack was an overreaction to Justin being an overprotective big brother and not letting them find the necklace to prove his love. At no point has his love of Alex been shown to be any more than him loving Alex.
SoRiku
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12:48:43 AM May 9th 2011
New main trio pictures are awesome. What promoshoot are they from? Source?
cclospina
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08:29:08 AM Feb 6th 2011
remove Designated Hero, Because "a Designated Hero is a character in a story who, despite being presented as heroic".

alex is never presented as heroic, indeed even in some chapters alex is descript as evil.
FuzzyWulfe
06:20:33 PM Oct 30th 2011
I can see your argument. I'd say change versus remove. While the trope doesn't fit, Alex is still designated as the hero/protagonist of the show. Though, you do have the view the wizard council has of her due to saving the world from the Angels of Darkness.
98.226.213.230
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02:13:58 PM Oct 31st 2010
alex russo is brilliant but lazy you forget to add!!!!
tricksterson
10:42:00 AM Nov 6th 2010
edited by tricksterson
Lazy yes, not so sure about brilliant. I more go with Book Dumb where the character is of at least average intelligence and may be cunning/clever in non scholastic related stuff (which is why Max should not have that on his character. You can't be Book Dumb and the The Ditz).
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