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30th May '16 11:39:03 PM Gamermaster
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* The authors from ''Webcomic/LsEmpire'' are like this, although they refer to it as the balance between "conflict and resolution" rather than "good and evil" (and they invariably side with good when it comes to resolution).
30th May '16 3:10:22 PM TheOneWhoTropes
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* ''TransformersCybertron.'' Taking Unicron out of the equation resulted in an imbalance that caused a black hole that threatened to do in the whole universe (the ''{{multiverse}}'' in the comics.)

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* ''TransformersCybertron.''Anime/TransformersCybertron.'' Taking Unicron out of the equation resulted in an imbalance that caused a black hole that threatened to do in the whole universe (the ''{{multiverse}}'' in the comics.)
17th May '16 4:22:48 PM Doug86
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* AndreNorton's WitchWorld novel ''Horn Crown'' features good and evil prototypes of the gods. The evil ones declare, at the end, that they will win; the good ones merely observe that they know that the battle is unending.

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* AndreNorton's Creator/AndreNorton's WitchWorld novel ''Horn Crown'' features good and evil prototypes of the gods. The evil ones declare, at the end, that they will win; the good ones merely observe that they know that the battle is unending.
15th Apr '16 6:15:04 PM Doug86
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* In the MarvelUniverse,

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* In the MarvelUniverse, Franchise/MarvelUniverse,



* In [[TheDCU the DC comics Universe]],

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* In [[TheDCU the DC comics Universe]], Franchise/TheDCU,
27th Mar '16 12:32:51 PM Gess
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-->-- '''[[SatanIsGood Woland]]''', ''Literature/TheMasterAndMargarita''

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-->-- '''[[SatanIsGood '''[[{{Satan}} Woland]]''', ''Literature/TheMasterAndMargarita''
25th Mar '16 8:32:32 AM Willbyr
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* ''KingdomHearts''

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* ''KingdomHearts''''Franchise/KingdomHearts''
3rd Mar '16 8:50:04 AM JoieDeCombat
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** In a lower-lever version, [[TheFairFolk the Sidhe]] Courts of Summer and Winter are all about balance. While Summer is considered the nicer of the two, GoodIsNotNice can always apply, and likewise with Winter being the darker, DarkIsNotEvil can work just as well. For half the year, one court grows in power as the other shrinks until the solstice. Most anytime one side aims to seek a gain, whether an item to retrieve or person to kill, the other side will respond in force to stop this gain. The potential danger for one side to gain a permanent and unmatched gain would result in either a new ice age if Winter won, or an expansion of unchecked growth (including not just plants and animals but also viruses like Ebola) if Summer won. ''Literature/ColdDays'' reveals that the balance maintained between Summer and Winter serves a larger purpose beyond just keeping each other in check: the Winter Court is the universe's front line of defense against the Outsiders, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s that constantly seek to invade and destroy the world as we know it. Summer exists as a buffer between Winter and the rest of the world, both supporting the Winter fae in holding back the Outsiders and protecting the rest of the world from Winter.

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** In a lower-lever version, [[TheFairFolk the Sidhe]] Courts of Summer and Winter are all about balance. While Summer is considered the nicer of the two, GoodIsNotNice can always apply, and likewise with Winter being the darker, DarkIsNotEvil can work just as well. For half the year, one court grows in power as the other shrinks until the solstice. Most anytime one side aims to seek a gain, whether an item to retrieve or person to kill, the other side will respond in force to stop this gain. The potential danger for one side to gain a permanent and unmatched gain would result in either a new ice age if Winter won, or an expansion of unchecked growth (including not just plants and animals but also viruses like Ebola) if Summer won. \\
''Literature/ColdDays'' reveals that the balance maintained between Summer and Winter serves a larger purpose beyond just keeping each other in check: the Winter Court is the universe's front line of defense against the Outsiders, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s that constantly seek to invade and destroy the world as we know it. Summer exists as a buffer between Winter and the rest of the world, both supporting the Winter fae in holding back the Outsiders and protecting the rest of the world from Winter.
3rd Mar '16 8:49:24 AM JoieDeCombat
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** In a lower-lever version, [[TheFairFolk the Sidhe]] Courts of Summer and Winter are all about balance. While Summer is considered the nicer of the two, GoodIsNotNice can always apply, and likewise with Winter being the darker, DarkIsNotEvil can work just as well. For half the year, one court grows in power as the other shrinks until the solstice. Most anytime one side aims to seek a gain, whether an item to retrieve or person to kill, the other side will respond in force to stop this gain. It is a small list of examples when both sides work in union with the other against a common foe. The potential danger for one side to gain a permanent and unmatched gain would result in either a new ice age if Winter won, or an expansion of growth if Summer won. This "growth" wouldn't just include humans or other animals and plants, but things like Ebola and other diseases.

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** In a lower-lever version, [[TheFairFolk the Sidhe]] Courts of Summer and Winter are all about balance. While Summer is considered the nicer of the two, GoodIsNotNice can always apply, and likewise with Winter being the darker, DarkIsNotEvil can work just as well. For half the year, one court grows in power as the other shrinks until the solstice. Most anytime one side aims to seek a gain, whether an item to retrieve or person to kill, the other side will respond in force to stop this gain. It is a small list of examples when both sides work in union with the other against a common foe. The potential danger for one side to gain a permanent and unmatched gain would result in either a new ice age if Winter won, or an expansion of unchecked growth (including not just plants and animals but also viruses like Ebola) if Summer won. This "growth" wouldn't ''Literature/ColdDays'' reveals that the balance maintained between Summer and Winter serves a larger purpose beyond just include humans or keeping each other animals in check: the Winter Court is the universe's front line of defense against the Outsiders, {{Eldritch Abomination}}s that constantly seek to invade and plants, but things like Ebola destroy the world as we know it. Summer exists as a buffer between Winter and other diseases.the rest of the world, both supporting the Winter fae in holding back the Outsiders and protecting the rest of the world from Winter.
21st Jan '16 9:16:41 PM DarkMask
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* In the ''{{VideoGame/Bayonetta}}'' series it's less about Good and Evil, and more about Light and Darkness being in balance, due to LightIsNotGood and DarkIsNotEvil being in full effect here. Despite this, the angels of light do decide to say screw it to the balance in the first game in an attempt at a power play to obliterate the Trinity of Realities so they can remake it in their own visage. In the [[{{VideoGame/Bayonetta2}} second game]] the balance is actually shown to be off due to the events at the end of the first game, causing natural disasters on Earth, and both angels ''and'' demons attacking nondiscriminatory.
31st Dec '15 6:28:17 PM Fireblood
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* Manichean Christianity had the same idea, influenced by {{Gnosticism}}, with the material world being created by {{Satan}} who trapped souls in physical bodies. Mani, the prophet that the religion was named after, had come to reveal the truth that would free people in their belief.

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* Manichean Christianity had the same idea, influenced by {{Gnosticism}}, with the material world being created by {{Satan}} who trapped souls in physical bodies. Mani, the prophet that the religion was named after, had come to reveal the truth that would free people in their belief.from this to reunited with God.
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