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19th Feb '17 12:35:38 PM ihaveflatlined
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* In {{Literature/EntirelyPresentingYou}}, Blank Face tries her best, but is forced to take questionable actions at times.

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* In {{Literature/EntirelyPresentingYou}}, {{Literature/Entirely Presenting You}}, on her first night out in the mask, Blank Face tries her best, but is forced to take questionable actions at times.
19th Feb '17 12:32:14 PM ihaveflatlined
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* In {{Literature/EntirelyPresentingYou}}, Blank Face tries her best, but is forced to take questionable actions at times.
17th Feb '17 8:48:17 PM bt8257
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Antiheroes often crop up in {{deconstruction}}s of traditionally heroic genres. As the [[TragicHero struggling]], [[MrViceGuy imperfect protagonist]] begins to gain more respect and sympathy than the impressive-but-impossible-to-relate-to [[InvincibleHero invincible superhero]], "anti" heroes have come to be admired as a perfectly valid type of hero in their own right.

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Antiheroes These often crop up in {{deconstruction}}s of traditionally heroic genres. As the [[TragicHero struggling]], [[MrViceGuy imperfect protagonist]] begins to gain more respect and sympathy than the impressive-but-impossible-to-relate-to [[InvincibleHero invincible superhero]], "anti" heroes have come to be admired as a perfectly valid type of hero in their own right.
11th Feb '17 3:44:37 PM nombretomado
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* TheHunter

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* TheHunterHunterOfMonsters
7th Feb '17 7:17:37 PM 313Bluestreak
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* ClassicalAntiHero: A hero whose flaw is their lack of confidence.
* CowboyCop: A cop who doesn't play by the rules and lives by their own.

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* ClassicalAntiHero: A hero An anti-hero whose flaw is their lack of confidence.
* CowboyCop: A An anti-heroic cop who doesn't play by the rules and lives by their own.



* GoodIsNotNice: A hero's flaw is their unpleasant personality.

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* GoodIsNotNice: A hero's An anti-hero's flaw is their unpleasant personality.



* LovableAlphaBitch: The AlphaBitch can be an hero.

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* LovableAlphaBitch: The AlphaBitch can be an hero.anti-hero.



** NobleBigotWithABadge: A hero serving in the law enforcement has prejudiced views.

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** NobleBigotWithABadge: A hero An anti-hero serving in the law enforcement has prejudiced views.
4th Feb '17 11:03:20 PM Dravencour
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* AntiHeroSubstitute: A ruthless hero takes the place of the pure hero.

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* AntiHeroSubstitute: A ruthless hero anti-hero takes the place of the pure hero.



* DashingHispanic

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* DashingHispanicDashingHispanic: Many Dashing Hispanics have a quite vengeful outlook which puts them squarely in Antihero territory.



* PayEvilUntoEvil: Some heroes prefer to do to villains what they did to them.

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* PayEvilUntoEvil: Some heroes prefer to do to villains what they the villains did to them.their victims.



* PragmaticHero: Some heroes prefer doing questionable deeds to achieve a good.

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* PragmaticHero: Some heroes prefer doing questionable deeds to achieve a greater good.
2nd Feb '17 7:57:32 AM Morgenthaler
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* By the end of ''TotalDramaWorldTour'', Heather gradually became more and more of an anti-heroine (especially when compared to [[MagnificentBastard Alejandro]].)

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* By the end of ''TotalDramaWorldTour'', ''WesternAnimation/TotalDramaWorldTour'', Heather gradually became more and more of an anti-heroine (especially when compared to [[MagnificentBastard Alejandro]].)
29th Jan '17 7:41:29 AM 313Bluestreak
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* KnightTemplar: Some anti-heroes can be extremist in achieving their goals.

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* KnightTemplar: Some anti-heroes can be self-righteous and extremist in achieving their goals.



* LovableRogue

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* LovableRogueLovableRogue: Breaks the law for their own benefit, but is eager to help others.



* NobleBigot
** NobleBigotWithABadge

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* NobleBigot
NobleBigot: An anti-hero has prejudiced views.
** NobleBigotWithABadgeNobleBigotWithABadge: A hero serving in the law enforcement has prejudiced views.



* NominalHero: A hero has self-serving motivations in doing good.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: Some heroes prefer to do to villains what they did to them.

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* NominalHero: A hero has An anti-hero who does good for their self-serving motivations in doing good.
motivations.
* PayEvilUntoEvil: Some heroes prefer to do to villains what they did to them. them.
* PoliticallyIncorrectHero: Some anti-heroes have controversial beliefs.



* PunchClockHero: They're only a hero because it's their job, not because they chose to be one.

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* PunchClockHero: They're only a hero because it's their job, not because they chose want to be one.



* ShootTheDog: Anti-heroes are known for doing the morally questionable deed because it needed to be done.

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* ShootTheDog: Anti-heroes are known for doing the morally questionable deed deeds because it needed to be done.



* TokenEvilTeammate

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* TokenEvilTeammateTokenEvilTeammate: Some anti-heroes can be part of the group of pure heroes.
26th Jan '17 9:05:36 AM 313Bluestreak
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* ClassicalAntiHero

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* ClassicalAntiHeroClassicalAntiHero: A hero whose flaw is their lack of confidence.



* HeroWithAnFInGood

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* HeroWithAnFInGoodHeroWithAnFInGood: Has good intentions, but fails at being good.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When anti-heroes show their nice side once in a while.

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: When anti-heroes show their An anti-hero has a nice side once in a while.beneath their unpleasant front.



* NobleDemon: Some anti-heroes have a dreadful reputation, but they have lines they don't cross.
* NominalHero
* PayEvilUntoEvil
* PragmaticHero
* PunchClockHero
* RebelliousSpirit (when heroic)
* ReformedButNotTamed
* TheRival
* RudeHeroNiceSidekick

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* NobleDemon: Some anti-heroes have a dreadful reputation, reputation to maintain, but they have lines they don't cross.
* NominalHero
NominalHero: A hero has self-serving motivations in doing good.
* PayEvilUntoEvil
PayEvilUntoEvil: Some heroes prefer to do to villains what they did to them.
* PragmaticHero
PragmaticHero: Some heroes prefer doing questionable deeds to achieve a good.
* PunchClockHero
PunchClockHero: They're only a hero because it's their job, not because they chose to be one.
* RebelliousSpirit (when heroic)
RebelliousSpirit: Anti-heroes are not good with authority.
* ReformedButNotTamed
ReformedButNotTamed: The anti-hero used to be a villain.
* TheRival
TheRival: Some anti-heroes have a rivalry with TheHero.
* RudeHeroNiceSidekickRudeHeroNiceSidekick: When an anti-hero has a sidekick who is more pure and compassionate than he is.



* SerialKillerKiller
* SociopathicHero

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* SerialKillerKiller
SerialKillerKiller: A serial killer who targets serial killers.
* SociopathicHeroShootTheDog: Anti-heroes are known for doing the morally questionable deed because it needed to be done.
* SociopathicHero: An anti-hero who is a sociopath, but fights on the side of good.



* TheUnfettered (when not a villain)
* UnscrupulousHero

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* TheUnfettered (when not TheUnfettered: Some anti-heroes are willing to do ''anything'' to achieve a villain)
goal.
* UnscrupulousHeroUnscrupulousHero: A hero who is morally repugnant, but is slightly better than the villains they fight.



* VigilanteMan

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* VigilanteManVigilanteMan: A hero who puts the law into their own hands.
26th Jan '17 8:06:13 AM 313Bluestreak
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* AntiHeroSubstitute

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* AntiHeroSubstituteAntiHeroSubstitute: A ruthless hero takes the place of the pure hero.



* BloodKnight

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* BloodKnightBloodKnight: Some anti-heroes enjoy the thrill of fighting.



* CowboyCop

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* CowboyCopCowboyCop: A cop who doesn't play by the rules and lives by their own.



* DesignatedHero

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* DesignatedHeroDesignatedHero: The narrative says that he is heroic, but his actions doesn't prove it.



* GoodIsNotNice
* GoodIsNotSoft
* HeWhoFightsMonsters (when they're the hero)

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* GoodIsNotNice
GoodIsNotNice: A hero's flaw is their unpleasant personality.
* GoodIsNotSoft
GoodIsNotSoft: Even straight-laced heroes can get brutal when dealing with evil.
* HeWhoFightsMonsters (when they're HeWhoFightsMonsters: A character's anti-heroic qualities can led him to become just as bad as the hero)villains.



* JerkWithAHeartOfGold

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* JerkWithAHeartOfGoldJerkWithAHeartOfGold: When anti-heroes show their nice side once in a while.



* KnightInSourArmor
* Some examples of the KnightTemplar.
* LovableAlphaBitch

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* KnightInSourArmor
KnightInSourArmor: Cynical and pessimistic, but does the right thing anyways.
* KnightTemplar: Some examples of the KnightTemplar.
anti-heroes can be extremist in achieving their goals.
* LovableAlphaBitchLovableAlphaBitch: The AlphaBitch can be an hero.



* MrViceGuy

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* MrViceGuyMrViceGuy: The hero who has a constant character flaw (i.e., pride, wrath, etc.)



* MoralSociopathy (when they're the hero)

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* MoralSociopathy (when they're the hero)MoralSociopathy: Some anti-heroes care about doing what they think is right while lacking empathy towards others.



* NobleDemon

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* NobleDemonNobleDemon: Some anti-heroes have a dreadful reputation, but they have lines they don't cross.
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