Puggsy is a (former) antagonist turned tritagonist of Tom and Jerry: The Movie. He’s a dog who lost his owner and Frankie DaFlea’s best friend.
He first appeared while Tom and Jerry were fighting. He and Frankie mentioned that they are fighting and insulted them. Later, they started to humiliate them because they were fighting instead of being friends. Frankie was a little softer, and tried to explain Puggsy that Tom and Jerry are a cat and a mouse, who are natural enemies. But Puggsy didn’t want to hear about that, and started to manipulate Tom and Jerry to become friends, even though he saw that they don’t want to be friends. He also showed that he hates difference between him and others, and wants to manipulate others to think like him, and he will try to convince them to change their personality, even to the point forcing them (even though he sees that they don’t want to become like him). He also doesn’t care if anyone will die rather than listening to him, and he’s willing to let anybody die. He and Frankie sang the song Friends To The End, which was a manipulating song which was supposed to force Tom and Jerry to become friends. Later, they were captured by Straycatchers, who brang them to Dr. Applecheek. When Pristine Figg brang Tom and Jerry to Dr. Applecheek, when he put them into the cage and brang them to Straycatchers to lock them in bigger cage, Tom and Jerry saw Puggsy and Frankie again. Later, they all teamed up to escape and freed all other animals. Puggsy and Frankie are so lazy and mean, and that’s why they didn’t want to help Tom and Jerry in their mission to save Robyn Starling and help her to find her father. They also didn’t care if someone bad could happen to them during their mission. They are guys who don’t care about anybody except themselves. Puggsy and Frankie appeared again at the end of movie, when they were seen reading the newspaper where were news about that Tom and Jerry saved the town. They were happy because they succeeded in manipulation Tom and Jerry becoming friends. It’s unknown what happened to them later.
The only reason why Puggsy and Frankie count as heroes is because they teamed up with Tom and Jerry to escape from Dr. Applecheek and Straycatchers, even though Jerry did all the work, and they are just two lazy guys.
Actually, I have added the "Japanese" template to a few pages, but I'm not sure if this is a separate issue or not. And anyway, isn't that what that template is supposed to be used for (putting the Japanese name of a page's subject on it)?
I'm not Autoconfirmed on Villains Wiki, so I can't edit pages. Can you please paste following text to this link: w:c:villains:Goliath I?
Goliath I is a (former) antagonist turned tritagonist in Goliath II.
He was evil, selfish elephant who hated his son because he's so little and weak. He thought that's a shame that leader of all elephants, the biggest and the strongest elephant ever has little, weak son. When he saw that his son is smaller than flower and that he isn't strong enough to wreck a flower, which is totally opposite of him, who can wreck trees, he blowed at his son and made that he fell in dangerous hole. Later, he tried to stomp on him, but Goliath II's mother told Goliath I that how cruel father is he, and insulted him. He was mad on her and just left. When Goliath II tried to escape from elephant herd because nobody loved him there, Goliath I was more ashamed on him because trying to escape from herd is a disgrace for every elephant. But when Goliath II defeated evil mouse, he became proud on him, because every big elephant is afraid of mice, but Goliath who is slightly bigger than mouse was brave enough to defeat him.
He's a villain because normal fathers will always love their sons, no matter how big or small, strong or weak they are, which is totally opposite of Goliath I. He hated his son, blew at him and made him fell in dangerous hole, and even wanted to stomp on him, because he hated that his son is small and weak. He started to love his son just because he defeated evil mouse, who was a terror for all elephants.
Having just watched the short film myself, he seems more like a jerk than a villain. He was only disappointed in his son because worth is determined by size and strength in elephant society (and later because he tried to run away from the herd, which he had every right to be disappointed in him for because it is legitimately a sign of dishonor among elephants), and unlike what you wrote here, he never blew his son into a dangerous hole or intentionally tried to stomp on him.
Ps. Also, why did you post this on my message wall here instead of on the Villains Wiki itself? Even if you're not autoconfirmed, you should still be able to post on message walls there, right?