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26th Jun '17 2:24:34 PM yisfidri
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* In ''Lord Valentine's Castle'' from Robert Silverberg's ''Literature/{{Majipoor}}'' series, the titular king is secretly deposed via a GrandTheftMe and placed into another body, while another usurps his; the story details his journey of restoring his memories and forming friendships and alliances to prepare to battle the imposter and regain the throne. Valentine's new forces are opposed by his former armies and companions, all of whom are unaware of the switch and fully believe that they are defending the real Lord Valentine.

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* In ''Lord Valentine's Castle'' from Robert Silverberg's ''Literature/{{Majipoor}}'' series, ''Literature/MajipoorSeries'', the titular king is secretly deposed via a GrandTheftMe and placed into another body, while another usurps his; the story details his journey of restoring his memories and forming friendships and alliances to prepare to battle the imposter and regain the throne. Valentine's new forces are opposed by his former armies and companions, all of whom are unaware of the switch and fully believe that they are defending the real Lord Valentine.
26th Jun '17 2:23:39 PM yisfidri
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* In ''Lord Valentine's Castle'' from Robert Silverberg's ''Literature/Majipoor'' series, the titular king is secretly deposed via a GrandTheftMe and placed into another body, while another usurps his; the story details his journey of restoring his memories and forming friendships and alliances to prepare to battle the imposter and regain the throne. Valentine's new forces are opposed by his former armies and companions, all of whom are unaware of the switch and fully believe that they are defending the real Lord Valentine.

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* In ''Lord Valentine's Castle'' from Robert Silverberg's ''Literature/Majipoor'' ''Literature/{{Majipoor}}'' series, the titular king is secretly deposed via a GrandTheftMe and placed into another body, while another usurps his; the story details his journey of restoring his memories and forming friendships and alliances to prepare to battle the imposter and regain the throne. Valentine's new forces are opposed by his former armies and companions, all of whom are unaware of the switch and fully believe that they are defending the real Lord Valentine.
26th Jun '17 2:23:10 PM yisfidri
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* In ''Lord Valentine's Castle'' from Robert Silverberg's ''Literature/Majipoor'' series, the titular king is secretly deposed via a GrandTheftMe and placed into another body, while another usurps his; the story details his journey of restoring his memories and forming friendships and alliances to prepare to battle the imposter and regain the throne. Valentine's new forces are opposed by his former armies and companions, all of whom are unaware of the switch and fully believe that they are defending the real Lord Valentine.
18th Jun '17 6:30:43 AM Koveras
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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' is all about this. Everyone, protagonist or antagonist is trying to do what they think is right. The most evil character in the story is merely a WellIntentionedExtremist. The resident PersonOfMassDestruction summoned in the climax is not evil and quickly befriended (and no, we don't mean [[DefeatMeansFriendship in THAT way]]). The ongoing fight between the TSAB (the protagonists) and The Wolkenritter (the [[HeroAntagonist heroic antagonists]]) could be described as LawfulGood vs. NeutralGood. With the antagonists being the former. Closest thing to "evil" is the Book of Darkness. [[spoiler: [[AIIsACrapshoot More accurately its defence program gone crazy]]. Yes, even the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Book of Darkness]] isn't evil, just unable to stop itself.]] Then again, her name ISN'T Book of Darkness to begin with...
** And the Book's darkness might be the result of incompetent programming, not malice.

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* ''Anime/MagicalGirlLyricalNanohaAs'' is all about this. Everyone, protagonist or antagonist is trying to do what they think is right. The most evil character in the story is merely a WellIntentionedExtremist. The resident PersonOfMassDestruction summoned in the climax is not evil and quickly befriended (and no, we don't mean [[DefeatMeansFriendship in THAT way]]). The ongoing fight between the TSAB (the protagonists) and The Wolkenritter (the [[HeroAntagonist heroic antagonists]]) could be described as LawfulGood vs. NeutralGood. With the antagonists being the former. Closest thing to "evil" is the Book of Darkness. [[spoiler: [[AIIsACrapshoot More accurately its defence program gone crazy]]. Yes, even the [[NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast Book of Darkness]] isn't evil, just unable to stop itself.]] Then again, her name ISN'T Book of Darkness to begin with...
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with---and the Book's darkness might be the result of incompetent programming, not malice.



* While ''Anime/DogDays'' does have evil creatures, the story is generally about the Good Guys fighting a war with other Good Guys, where "war" means [[LighterAndSofter Playground Olympics]].
** There are demons however the only one seen was possessed by a sword though there is stuff going on...offscreen.

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* While ''Anime/DogDays'' does have evil creatures, the story is generally about the Good Guys fighting a war with other Good Guys, where "war" means [[LighterAndSofter Playground Olympics]].
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Olympics]]. There are demons however the only one seen was possessed by a sword though there is stuff going on...offscreen.
8th Jun '17 9:53:13 PM nombretomado
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* Yeoman and Popinjay ''hate'' each other in the WildCards books, specifically because Yeoman is a mass murderer (of evil people) while Popinjay is a private detective who nevertheless views such things as monstrous.

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* Yeoman and Popinjay ''hate'' each other in the WildCards Literature/WildCards books, specifically because Yeoman is a mass murderer (of evil people) while Popinjay is a private detective who nevertheless views such things as monstrous.
6th Jun '17 2:13:29 AM IndirectActiveTransport
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* The Davey Richards-Dan "The Beast" Severn-Eddie Edwards "feud" running from 2011 to 2012 in Wrestling/RingOfHonor was basically the two {{tag team}} partners begging each other not to hold back in their matches, Severn out to teach a student some new tricks and everyone being happy with each other's efforts. Wrestling/KevinSteen, who was nearly at the apex of his GoodIsDumb phase, found the whole thing so disgusting he threatened to kill them.

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* The Davey Richards-Dan Richards-[[Wrestling/DanSevern Dan "The Beast" Severn-Eddie Severn]]-Eddie Edwards "feud" running from 2011 to 2012 in Wrestling/RingOfHonor was basically the two {{tag team}} partners begging each other not to hold back in their matches, Severn out to teach a student some new tricks and everyone being happy with each other's efforts. Wrestling/KevinSteen, who was nearly at the apex of his GoodIsDumb phase, found the whole thing so disgusting he threatened to kill them.
30th May '17 7:50:45 PM Snowy66
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[[caption-width-right:350:Whose side are you on?]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:Whose [[caption-width-right:350:[[Film/CaptainAmericaCivilWar Whose side are you on?]]
on?]]]]
10th May '17 11:24:14 AM NNinja
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* The conflict between Team Flash and [[HeroAntagonist Gypsy]] in ''Series/TheFlash2014''. Gypsy is interdimentional cop who was trying to catch a criminal that just happened to be friends with Team Flash. No one in the story was really evil and conflict was ultimately resolved peacefully.
23rd Apr '17 2:56:03 PM nombretomado
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* Very common in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'', although the good side not controlled by the player is generally more "[[ShootTheDog ends justify the means]]," and willing to employ genuinely evil in their pursuit of noble goals.

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* Very common in the ''Franchise/TalesSeries'', ''VideoGame/TalesSeries'', although the good side not controlled by the player is generally more "[[ShootTheDog ends justify the means]]," and willing to employ genuinely evil in their pursuit of noble goals.
19th Apr '17 12:45:24 AM Rorosilky5
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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series. Especially the N64-version. Not a single evil character. In ''Brawl'''s story mode, even the villains pull a HeelFaceTurn at the end and then everyone gangs up on the EldritchAbomination EnergyBeing.

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* The ''VideoGame/SuperSmashBros'' series. Especially the N64-version. Not a single evil character. In ''Brawl'''s [[VideoGame/TheSubspaceEmissary story mode, mode]], even the villains pull a HeelFaceTurn at the end and then everyone gangs up on the EldritchAbomination EnergyBeing.
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