History Main / HumansAreGood

20th Sep '17 10:05:46 AM tropeminer
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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters as well as HumansAreBastards, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWasRight, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.

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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters as well as and HumansAreBastards, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWasRight, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.
20th Sep '17 10:05:15 AM tropeminer
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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWasRight, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.

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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters, HumansAreTheRealMonsters as well as HumansAreBastards, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWasRight, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.
9th Jun '17 6:42:31 AM Mooncalf
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* ''VideoGame/{{Starbound}}'': When humanity discovered FTL travel and entered the galactic scene, their first question was "How can we make the universe a better place?" and founded the Terrene Protectorate to accomplish this. Because of this (and because they lack any real bad history with any of the other races), they are almost uniformly liked (albeit considered a bit naive and crazy).



* Think o a time someone did something bad, then think of why they did it. It probably wasn't "I wanted to be bad" and if it was, there was probably something else behind it, such as peer pressure (making it "I wanted to fit in").

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* Think o of a time someone did something bad, then think of why they did it. It probably wasn't "I wanted to be bad" and if it was, there was probably something else behind it, such as peer pressure (making it "I wanted to fit in").
3rd Jun '17 9:20:44 AM nombretomado
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* TVTropes has, in [[Heartwarming/RealLife this link]], stories where humans did good things for one another.

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* TVTropes Wiki/TVTropes has, in [[Heartwarming/RealLife this link]], stories where humans did good things for one another.
27th Feb '17 8:59:08 PM Adept
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* ''ScrappedPrincess'' sees nearly every human character behave with a degree of honor and decency. Its "villains" are not humans but the so-called "peacemakers", [[spoiler:machines designed to keep humanity [[MedievalStasis in the Middle Ages forever]] -- and ''they'' started out [[KnightTemplar trying to preserve humanity]] by keeping them caged]].

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* ''ScrappedPrincess'' ''LightNovel/ScrappedPrincess'' sees nearly every human character behave with a degree of honor and decency. Its "villains" are not humans but the so-called "peacemakers", [[spoiler:machines designed to keep humanity [[MedievalStasis in the Middle Ages forever]] -- and ''they'' started out [[KnightTemplar trying to preserve humanity]] by keeping them caged]].
21st Feb '17 9:33:32 PM JustaUsername
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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWarright, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.

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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWarright, HobbesWasRight, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.
8th Feb '17 4:12:01 AM LadyJaneGrey
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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.

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Diametric opposite of HumansAreTheRealMonsters.HumansAreTheRealMonsters, but does not always contrast with HumansAreFlawed, as nobody is perfect. Also contrast HobbesWarright, which does not tend to go well with this Trope. Compare HumansAreSpecial. See RousseauWasRight.
13th Dec '16 7:44:51 PM ScotieRw
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* Think o a time someone did something bad, then think of why they did it. It probably wasn't "I wanted to be bad" and if it was, there was probably something else behind it, such as peer pressure (making it "I wanted to fit in").
28th Nov '16 5:06:13 PM N1KF
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* Turns up in ''Comicbook/{{Marvel Apes}}''. In the ape universe, [[{{Might Makes Right}} justice is based on claw]]; Comicbook/{{Spider-M|an}}onkey find the human universe's idea of justice by law to be very appealing.

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* Turns up in ''Comicbook/{{Marvel Apes}}''. In the ape universe, [[{{Might Makes Right}} justice is based on claw]]; Comicbook/{{Spider-M|an}}onkey Comicbook/{{Spider|Man}}-Monkey find the human universe's idea of justice by law to be very appealing.
14th Nov '16 9:40:02 AM thatmadork
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** Arguably in ''World of Warcraft'' this trope is averted to hell and back. The best candidate for the noblest race in the whole setting is also the least human: the [[ALoadOfBull Tauren]]. Despite their imposing size, they're actually [[GentleGiant very gentle]] and spiritual. The Tauren are one of the few races to have never committed a serious warcrime against another faction, and Tauren villains are incredibly rare.
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