Popularity does not mean muchOriginally Posted by Zeldapedia
But anti-popularity does make a difference
I am a number lover but there are some things misleading about poles and popularity.
You have to keep in mind that the people who dislike are just as important (if not more important) as the ones who like.
You can get a pole to say Hitler is more popular then most people in the world (which is probably true). However if you include all the people who hate him, he will have a negative popularity.
Often the people who dislike are heard more than the people who like.
From the business standpoint again: You already have people who like your product and people who don't like it. Which ones are you going listen to more for improving your product? You can gain helpful insight from the people who already like it, but you will get far more from the ones who don't.
If time allowed it, I would say that Toon Sheik would have ended up as Tetra. However that file name has nothing to do with what would have happened. Tetra is not dead yet.
Also I doubt it was the final file name. Take that underscore into account.