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A while back we had a debate over keeping or removing the allies and enemies sections from the infoboxes. The decision was to keep them if I remember correctly. However, we still have issues with defining characters who are neither friends or allies. Same goes for affiliations. So, I've had an idea. What if we create a new section for neutral relationships.
For example, Kim Possible and Bonnie are merely rivals. There are occasion when they are forced to put aside their difference or show signs of loyalty and respect for each oter, but this does not make them as friends or enemies like with Kim and Shego. Then there is the relationship between Eugene and Cassandra. During season 1, Eugene and Cassandra never got along, but that never made them enemies, and even though they come a long way they still don't get along, not really making them friends.
We do neutral for character affiliations, so why not with relationships. If you have anything you like to add to this proposal of mine please do.
I'm not sure, neutral relationships to me seems unnecessary, at least if you're making it the title. First, it's not very descriptive a relationship; what exactly is "neutral", the user could think? You'd have to add something in parentheses to elaborate, eg. (rival). Second, one could count almost everyone the character has met in their lifetime that is neither ally nor enemy, including people they probably only met once, but that would still factor in. Plus, the relationships are already crowded as is; adding a third factor of all other people would be more than twice the size of each section. I relate on your argument for consistency, but the problem is quantity. Alignment had clear divisions of morality, Good, Bad, and Neutral. Since relationships are more numerous than three, it doesn't make it simpler.
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