Main Sorting Algorithm Of Mortality Discussion

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12:22:36 AM Dec 27th 2014
Is it just me, or is there too much overlap between Tough Girl and Action Girl, especially since Tough Girl potholes to Vasquez Always Dies, a trope about an Action Girl dying, and since they're on opposite ends of the mortality spectrum?
01:50:00 AM Dec 27th 2014
Not all Action Girls have the same mortality risk. The "tough girl" here refers to the ones with a high mortality because of Vasquez Always Dies.
03:24:16 PM Sep 11th 2012
"The Cutie" tends to have the lowest life expectancy in Japanese shows, but I can't figure out a way to note that without messing up the table
10:05:31 AM Sep 17th 2017
I made a note about Cuties having a lower life expectancy in horror media and other darker stuff.
01:22:18 PM Sep 1st 2012
Hmm, I think that the "bisexual" word links to [[anythingthatmoves]] could be offensive. I'll remove the link.

07:12:19 AM Feb 1st 2011
edited by JDeVic
In the description, Sorting Matrix Of Deadness doesn't have anything on the page. Should that be deleted?

Edit: Never mind, it just doesn't redirect to Sorting Algorithm of Deadness.
01:30:31 PM Dec 10th 2010
I dunno about dogs being in 1, a lot of horror movies (especially bad ones) seem to kill the dog early on to add suspense/sadness. Eg, I remember watching the MST3K of Manos: The Hands of Fate and thinking "that dog is so doomed", and iirc I was right.
11:24:50 AM Oct 3rd 2010
As noted earlier, some of the displayed values are incorrect. Asians have a much lower live expectancy than what's considered 'average' in fact they should be in colum 4 in place of the, Mexicans who barely have any noteworthy role in mainstream media anyway, or right next to the black dudes, whose death rate seems exaggerated.

Also, Action girls don't seem to live that long either, as noted by a previous criteria. This entire table seems to contradict itself.
08:32:33 PM Aug 11th 2010
There needs to be a larger number of personality, virtue and flaw options. I've tried calculating a mortality score for a lot of characters that don't fit any of those options.
08:26:51 AM Jul 21st 2010
The Love Interests column is way too oriented to male characters, considering that you have to make a baseline Mortality Factor by factoring multiple characters. I want Starsha and Nova factored correctly, dammit! I propose two rows: "Male love interest" and "Female love interest". Then not only would a work be able to fit LGBTQ characters - it could accommodate two love interests of different genders.
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