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30th Nov '17 7:53:59 PM ChrisX
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* Lucio from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' is a pretty textbook ChaoticGood, considering he could be like [[JustLikeRobinHood a modern-day Robin Hood]], stealing from the corrupt Vishkar Corporation that made his turf suffer, driving them back, becoming a hero to spread the good message of progress and freedom. However, a lot criticizes his method of achieving freedom: Symmetra, a doubtful agent of Vishkar, considers him not understanding the concept of freedom and might be mistaking it for anarchy, whereas Zenyatta, a very zen TrueNeutral monk, tells him that doing good with chaotic things will beget even more chaos. In other words, Lucio represents unrestrained freedom that might get him into trouble if he doesn't learn restrain, he just got off good at this point because his opposition was pretty much a textbook corrupt corporate. But if he learns to balance between Chaotic and Good...

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* Lucio from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' is a pretty textbook ChaoticGood, considering he could be like [[JustLikeRobinHood a modern-day Robin Hood]], stealing from the corrupt Vishkar Corporation that made his turf suffer, driving them back, becoming a hero to spread the good message of progress and freedom. However, a lot some criticizes his method of achieving freedom: Symmetra, a doubtful agent of Vishkar, considers him not understanding the concept of freedom and might be mistaking it for anarchy, whereas Zenyatta, a very zen TrueNeutral monk, tells him that doing good with chaotic things will beget even more chaos. In other words, Lucio represents unrestrained freedom that might get him into trouble if he doesn't learn restrain, he just got off good at this point because his opposition was pretty much a textbook corrupt corporate. But if he learns to balance between Chaotic and Good...
30th Nov '17 7:53:19 PM ChrisX
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* Lucio from ''VideoGame/{{Overwatch}}'' is a pretty textbook ChaoticGood, considering he could be like [[JustLikeRobinHood a modern-day Robin Hood]], stealing from the corrupt Vishkar Corporation that made his turf suffer, driving them back, becoming a hero to spread the good message of progress and freedom. However, a lot criticizes his method of achieving freedom: Symmetra, a doubtful agent of Vishkar, considers him not understanding the concept of freedom and might be mistaking it for anarchy, whereas Zenyatta, a very zen TrueNeutral monk, tells him that doing good with chaotic things will beget even more chaos. In other words, Lucio represents unrestrained freedom that might get him into trouble if he doesn't learn restrain, he just got off good at this point because his opposition was pretty much a textbook corrupt corporate. But if he learns to balance between Chaotic and Good...
30th Oct '17 9:37:56 AM Scrav
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The living embodiment of ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight, Chaotic Good characters are rebels and free spirits who believe in doing good, by their own standards. Some don't have a problem with greater systems such as laws as long as they leave ''them'' alone; others are anarchists who believe that too much "order" is bad for everybody, and the betterment of all can only be achieved by actively rejecting any higher instances of power. Likely to take a intuitive approach to TheGoldenRule, caring about other people's feelings and needs without having to calcify it into specific rules.

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The living embodiment of ScrewTheRulesImDoingWhatsRight, Chaotic Good characters are rebels and free spirits who believe in doing good, by their own standards. Some don't have a problem with greater systems such as laws as long as they leave ''them'' alone; others are anarchists who believe that too much "order" is bad for everybody, and the betterment of all can only be achieved by actively rejecting any higher instances of power. Likely to take a intuitive approach to TheGoldenRule, caring about other people's feelings and needs without having to calcify it into specific rules.
28th Oct '17 6:54:10 PM AlexHoskins
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* '''Freedom Before Goodness''' are those who are more Chaotic than Good. They value freedom, and feel that they and others should be free to pursue their own desires -- it just so happens that what they desire is to do good. They do not see doing good as a "duty" and may actively resent any attempts to compel them to do good even if the stakes are high, but will probably end up doing them anyway, justifying their actions by saying that this is what they ''want'' to do. They are also the type most likely to get annoyed by being called "TheHero" or something similar. This is also the type most likely to be a LoveableRogue who commits crimes for their own gain and likes to mock enemies with euphemisms, but balance it out with NeverHurtAnInnocent and doing lots of good elsewhere in their lives.

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* '''Freedom Before Goodness''' are those who are more Chaotic than Good. They value freedom, and feel that they and others should be free to pursue their own desires -- it just so happens that what they desire is to do good. They do not see doing good as a "duty" and may actively resent any attempts to compel them to do good even if the stakes are high, but will probably end up doing them anyway, justifying their actions by saying that this is what they ''want'' to do. They are also the type most likely to get annoyed by being called "TheHero" or something similar. This is also the type most likely to be a LoveableRogue who commits crimes for their own gain and likes to mock enemies with euphemisms, gain, but balance it out with NeverHurtAnInnocent and doing lots of good elsewhere in their lives.



* '''Good With Nuts:''' This type is basically crazy, but they are without a doubt a good person, fighting the good fight and supporting their friends. TheHero can order them about as much as he likes; they've got no obligation to follow his orders. Who needs a plan? Just aim and fire! At the same time, their chaotic nature may mess up an EnemyMine situation when they don't feel like working with the BigBad even under orders. Their insanity often results in them hating evil and fighting it even more fervently than any other type. Sometimes optimists can also count as such.

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* '''Good With Nuts:''' This type is basically crazy, but they are without a doubt a good person, fighting the good fight and supporting their friends. TheHero can order them about as much as he likes; they've got no obligation to follow his orders. Who needs a plan? Just aim and fire! At the same time, their chaotic nature may mess up an EnemyMine situation when they don't feel like working with the BigBad even under orders. This type of Chaotic Good likes to mock their enemies with euphemisms. Their insanity often results in them hating evil and fighting it even more fervently than any other type. Sometimes optimists can also count as such.
28th Oct '17 6:50:10 PM AlexHoskins
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* '''Freedom Before Goodness''' are those who are more Chaotic than Good. They value freedom, and feel that they and others should be free to pursue their own desires -- it just so happens that what they desire is to do good. They do not see doing good as a "duty" and may actively resent any attempts to compel them to do good even if the stakes are high, but will probably end up doing them anyway, justifying their actions by saying that this is what they ''want'' to do. They are also the type most likely to get annoyed by being called "TheHero" or something similar. This is also the type most likely to be a LoveableRogue who commits crimes for their own gain, but balance it out with NeverHurtAnInnocent and doing lots of good elsewhere in their lives.

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* '''Freedom Before Goodness''' are those who are more Chaotic than Good. They value freedom, and feel that they and others should be free to pursue their own desires -- it just so happens that what they desire is to do good. They do not see doing good as a "duty" and may actively resent any attempts to compel them to do good even if the stakes are high, but will probably end up doing them anyway, justifying their actions by saying that this is what they ''want'' to do. They are also the type most likely to get annoyed by being called "TheHero" or something similar. This is also the type most likely to be a LoveableRogue who commits crimes for their own gain, gain and likes to mock enemies with euphemisms, but balance it out with NeverHurtAnInnocent and doing lots of good elsewhere in their lives.
17th Oct '17 10:09:59 AM VVK
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** Minsc in [[VideoGame/BaldursGateII the second game]], changed from NeutralGood in the first after the death of his charge Dynaheir makes him even more unhinged than he already was.

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** Minsc in [[VideoGame/BaldursGateII the second game]], changed from NeutralGood in the first after the death of his charge Dynaheir makes him even more unhinged than he already was. Or possibly just because they rethought what suits him best. He's very keen on being a hero and succeeds at it but is prone to berserker rages, has a weird, child-like way of looking at things, and lacks the intelligence to understand complex mora situations.
13th Oct '17 10:08:57 AM AlexHoskins
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* Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' certainly qualifies. He is a hot-tempered and stubborn demi-god by nature and is known for charging head on at the enemy without a second thought. A powerful combatant, Asura displays both a strong will and an absence of fear in less-than-positive situations and will fight his adversaries relentlessly until he is victorious. Due to his stubborn nature, Asura rarely accepts the aid of others and prefers to get out of messes on his own. However, despite all this Asura is a good-hearted warrior with a strong moral code and gets angered when he sees an act that goes against his morals. Emphasized at his final battle with [[spoiler:Chakravartin]], when Asura repudiates the omnipotent god's offer to make the heroic warrior into the world's new god since he believes that the world doesn't need a god like him. Which is justified, considering that [[spoiler:Chakravartin destroyed trillions of innocent lives so he could be his successor]].

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* Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' certainly qualifies. He is a hot-tempered and stubborn demi-god by nature and is known for charging head on at the enemy without a second thought. A powerful combatant, Asura displays both a strong will and an absence of fear in less-than-positive situations and will fight his adversaries relentlessly until he is victorious. Due to his stubborn nature, Asura rarely accepts the aid of others and prefers to get out of messes on his own. However, despite all this Asura is a good-hearted warrior with a strong moral code and gets angered when he sees an act that goes against his morals. Emphasized at his final battle with [[spoiler:Chakravartin]], [[spoiler:[[NeutralEvil Chakravartin]]]], when Asura repudiates the omnipotent god's offer to make the heroic warrior into the world's new god since he believes that the world doesn't need a god like him. Which is justified, considering that [[spoiler:Chakravartin destroyed trillions of innocent lives so he Asura could be his successor]].
13th Oct '17 9:54:46 AM AlexHoskins
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%%* Don't fuck with [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Yoshi]][[VideoGame/SoulSeries mitsu]]. He's like ancient Japanese Robin Hood [[TotallyRadical to THE MAX]].

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%%* Don't fuck with * This alignment also applies to [[VideoGame/{{Tekken}} Yoshi]][[VideoGame/SoulSeries mitsu]]. He's like ancient Japanese He clearly defies rules to do right for the society. Thatís what happens when add samurai and Robin Hood [[TotallyRadical to THE MAX]].this character.


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* Asura from ''VideoGame/AsurasWrath'' certainly qualifies. He is a hot-tempered and stubborn demi-god by nature and is known for charging head on at the enemy without a second thought. A powerful combatant, Asura displays both a strong will and an absence of fear in less-than-positive situations and will fight his adversaries relentlessly until he is victorious. Due to his stubborn nature, Asura rarely accepts the aid of others and prefers to get out of messes on his own. However, despite all this Asura is a good-hearted warrior with a strong moral code and gets angered when he sees an act that goes against his morals. Emphasized at his final battle with [[spoiler:Chakravartin]], when Asura repudiates the omnipotent god's offer to make the heroic warrior into the world's new god since he believes that the world doesn't need a god like him. Which is justified, considering that [[spoiler:Chakravartin destroyed trillions of innocent lives so he could be his successor]].
6th Oct '17 10:16:41 PM AlexHoskins
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* More heroic {{Blood Knight}}s
1st Oct '17 11:14:58 PM Acebrock
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* Two potential protagonists in ''VideoGame/DivinityOriginalSinII'' qualify as this (interestingly both are {{Professional Killer}}s):
** Sebille is more chaotic than good, having little respect for authority, due to [[MadeASlave her backstory]] but still tries to do right most of the time, and has a soft spot for those who have also been, captured, wrongly imprisoned, or enslaved themselves, and will work to free them.
** Ifan Ben Mezd, meanwhile, is more good than chaotic, having left the authority of the Magisters after everyone he knew was killed in a deathfog attack he unknowingly perpetrated. He's now part of the infamous, and very loosely organized, lone wolves assassins, where he takes mostly contracts to kill bad people without pay and works alone. He also tries to do right by everyone, though with a bit more respect for authority than Sebille. He's possibly also the friendliest guy you can recruit for your party, his main competition for that role being NeutralGood Lohse.
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