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26th Mar '17 2:40:36 PM nombretomado
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* Amaterasu from ''{{Okami}}'', who will even take time from saving the world to feed poor, hungry kittens and help an old lady dry her laundry. She has shades of LawfulGood -- her main opponent is the ChaoticEvil [[EldritchAbomination Yami]] -- but her quest is more about restoring peace and beauty than order.

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* Amaterasu from ''{{Okami}}'', ''VideoGame/{{Okami}}'', who will even take time from saving the world to feed poor, hungry kittens and help an old lady dry her laundry. She has shades of LawfulGood -- her main opponent is the ChaoticEvil [[EldritchAbomination Yami]] -- but her quest is more about restoring peace and beauty than order.
23rd Mar '17 5:40:43 PM Nat567
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* [[EmotionlessGirl Mikasa Ackerman]] from ''Manga/AttackOnTitan'' would go out of her own way to protect ChaoticGood Eren. No matter how grim things got, she always had hope for Eren even if it meant risking her own life. In such an apocalyptic world, Mikasa never loses her belief in the greater good, which in turn makes her one of the best Titan killers around.
** [[HairOfGoldHeartOfGold Krista Lenz]] also belongs here, as the TokenMiniMoe and WideEyedIdealist of the story. Practically everyone adores her, well when she ain't around Ymir that is.
18th Mar '17 1:17:16 AM markband
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19th Jan '17 12:53:09 PM Willbyr
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* [[ShamanKing Yoh]] Asakura is definitely one, more concerned about saving people who were trying to kill him than killing them, and his neutral outlook on things infuriate the [[LightIsNotGood X Laws]], who believe themselves to be LawfulGood.

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* [[ShamanKing [[Manga/ShamanKing Yoh]] Asakura is definitely one, more concerned about saving people who were trying to kill him than killing them, and his neutral outlook on things infuriate the [[LightIsNotGood X Laws]], who believe themselves to be LawfulGood.
15th Jan '17 4:36:48 PM cherrychels
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** Padme started out in the prequel trilogy as LawfulGood, but as the Clone Wars went on, she became critical of how the Republic was becoming more authoritarian and became Neutral Good in opposition to this development.

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** Padme started out in the prequel trilogy as LawfulGood, LawfulGood but as the Clone Wars went on, she became critical of how the Republic was becoming more authoritarian and became Neutral Good in opposition to this development.



** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but -- though he doesn't like it -- will bend rules and traditions when necessary to do the right thing. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.

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** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but -- though he doesn't like it -- will bend rules and traditions (though he doesn't like it) when necessary to do the right thing. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
8th Jan '17 10:33:23 AM cherrychels
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* Haruka Kotoura of ''Manga/KotouraSan'' is an excellent example of a NG character facing an UntrustingCommunity. In her [[DownerBeginning rather depressing]] [[HowWeGotHere backstory]], she was born with [[PowerIncontinence always-on]] {{Telepathy}} making her an InnocentlyInsensitive LivingLieDetector in a CrapsaccharineWorld where [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatemae Tatemae]] is a dominant concept, which she is [[MindOverManners unable to use herself]] since speech and thought are essentially the same to her. Her classmates soon figured out she has {{Telepathy}}, so [[KidsAreCruel they]] [[NoSympathy unsympathetically]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer outcasted her]] for being a "[[TheCassandra compulsive liar]]" and a "[[YouMonster monster]]". As a result, she soon develops a JerkassFacade that is the epitome of TrueNeutral as an [[NeverBeHurtAgain emotional defense]]. Fortunately, Haruka [[CharacterDevelopment develops]] back into NG over the course of the story because [[HiddenDepths deep down]], she is a classic {{Moe}} sweetheart who wants to do no wrong unto others.

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* Haruka Kotoura of ''Manga/KotouraSan'' is an excellent example of a NG character facing an UntrustingCommunity. In her [[DownerBeginning rather depressing]] [[HowWeGotHere backstory]], she was born with [[PowerIncontinence always-on]] {{Telepathy}} making her an InnocentlyInsensitive LivingLieDetector in a CrapsaccharineWorld where [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatemae Tatemae]] is a dominant concept, which she is [[MindOverManners unable to use herself]] since speech and thought are essentially the same to her. Her classmates soon figured out she has {{Telepathy}}, so [[KidsAreCruel they]] [[NoSympathy unsympathetically]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer outcasted her]] for being a "[[TheCassandra compulsive liar]]" and a "[[YouMonster monster]]". As a result, she soon develops a JerkassFacade that is the epitome of TrueNeutral as an [[NeverBeHurtAgain emotional defense]]. Fortunately, Haruka [[CharacterDevelopment develops]] back into NG a Neutral Good over the course of the story because [[HiddenDepths deep down]], she is a classic {{Moe}} sweetheart who wants to do no wrong unto others.



** Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than simply canceling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, or outright ignore, the rules (especially of the Ministry of Magic) when they get in the way of opposing Voldemort. Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.
** Hermione Granger, while she has great respect for rules and authority and starts off as a LawfulGood, is willing to bend the rules to do the right thing and save lives -- though she doesn't feel good about breaking rules.

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** Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter while Harry is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than instead of simply canceling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, subvert -- or outright ignore, ignores -- the rules (especially those of the Ministry of Magic) when if they get in the way of opposing defeating Voldemort. Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, series when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.
** Hermione Granger, while she has great respect for rules and authority and starts off the series as a LawfulGood, is willing to bend the rules to do the right thing and save lives -- though she doesn't feel good about breaking going against rules.



** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but -- though he doesn't like it -- will bend the rules and traditions to do the right thing. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Again like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
%%** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his CharacterDevelopment]] continues to grow.

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** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but -- though he doesn't like it -- will bend the rules and traditions when necessary to do the right thing. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Again like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
%%** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his CharacterDevelopment]] continues to grow.in this direction.
8th Jan '17 9:38:55 AM cherrychels
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* While most of her guildmates in ''Manga/FairyTail'' are ChaoticGood, Lucy is mostly likely Neutral Good. While she is as motivated by compassion and frienship as everyone else, she lacks the rowdy and anti-authoritarian spirit that is characteristic of chaotic alignments, thus she is also often her guild's OnlySaneMan.

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* While most of her guildmates in ''Manga/FairyTail'' are ChaoticGood, Lucy is mostly likely Neutral Good. While she is as motivated by compassion and frienship friendship as everyone else, she lacks the rowdy and anti-authoritarian spirit that is characteristic of chaotic alignments, thus she is also often her guild's OnlySaneMan.



** Hermione Granger, while she has great respect for rules and authority and starts off as a LawfulGood, is willing to bend the rules to do the right thing and save lives -- though she doesn't feel good about breaking rules.



** Daenerys Targaryen is concerned with being a good monarch and with her followers' well-being, whether that entails sticking to a moral code or leading a slave revolt. Though her methods are rather bloody, she has noble intentions and is clearly good by the standards of the [[CrapsackWorld setting]]. Daenerys is much more clearly Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]].
** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but he broke his vow to the Night Watch and also to the wildlings for moral reasons. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Again like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
%%** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his]] CharacterDevelopment continues to grow.

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** Daenerys Targaryen is concerned with being a good monarch and with her followers' well-being, whether that entails sticking to a moral code or leading a slave revolt. Though her methods are rather bloody, she has noble intentions and is clearly good by the standards of the [[CrapsackWorld setting]]. Daenerys is much more clearly a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]].
** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but -- though he broke his vow to doesn't like it -- will bend the Night Watch rules and also traditions to do the wildlings for moral reasons.right thing. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and uphold his duty. Again like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
%%** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his]] CharacterDevelopment [[spoiler:his CharacterDevelopment]] continues to grow.
8th Jan '17 9:24:51 AM cherrychels
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* Sailor Moon and the Inner Sailor Senshi from ''Anime/SailorMoon'' are pretty much the definition of this trope. They fight to protect everyone in the name of love and justice and also try to redeem the villains they battle whenever they get the chance. The [[LawfulNeutral Outer Senshi]], not so much.

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* Sailor Moon and the Inner inner Sailor Senshi from ''Anime/SailorMoon'' are pretty much the definition of this trope. They fight to protect everyone in the name of love and justice and also try to redeem the villains they battle whenever they get the chance. The [[LawfulNeutral Outer Senshi]], not so much.



* Negi Springfield from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', a cute ten-year-old ChickMagnet and descendant of an exceptionally powerful wizard who's devoted to protecting all of his 31 students (who all happen to be cute in their own special way). While he generally tries to act like a proper Welsh gentleman, he consistently defies orders even if given direct orders to stop one of his students' {{plan}}s, much less uphold the {{Masquerade}} of keeping magic secret, he will instantly and without hesitation break every rule if it so much as gets in the way of his students having fun, nevermind when they are in actual danger. It's especially evident when he chooses to [[spoiler:learn [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique forbidden]] BlackMagic]], if only to protect those around him.

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* Negi Springfield from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', a cute ten-year-old ChickMagnet and descendant of an exceptionally powerful wizard who's devoted to protecting all of his 31 students (who all happen to be cute in their own special way). While he generally tries to act like a proper Welsh gentleman, he consistently defies orders even if given direct orders to stop one of his students' {{plan}}s, much less uphold the {{Masquerade}} of keeping magic secret, he will instantly and without hesitation break every rule if it so much as gets in the way of his students having fun, nevermind never mind when they are in actual danger. It's especially evident when he chooses to [[spoiler:learn [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique forbidden]] BlackMagic]], if only to protect those around him.



* Haruka Kotoura of ''Manga/KotouraSan'' is an excellent example of a NG character facing an UntrustingCommunity. In her [[DownerBeginning rather depressing]] [[HowWeGotHere backstory]], she was born with [[PowerIncontinence always-on]] {{Telepathy}} making her an InnocentlyInsensitive LivingLieDetector in a CrapsaccharineWorld where [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatemae Tatemae]] is a dominant concept, which she is [[MindOverManners unable to use herself]] since speech and thought are essentially the same to her. Her classmates soon figured out she has {{Telepathy}}, so [[KidsAreCruel they]] [[NoSympathy unsympatheticly]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer outcasted her]] for being a "[[TheCassandra compulsive liar]]" and a "[[YouMonster monster]]". As a result, she soon develops a JerkassFacade that is the epitome of TrueNeutral as an [[NeverBeHurtAgain emotional defense]]. Fortunately, Haruka [[CharacterDevelopment develops]] back into NG over the course of the story because [[HiddenDepths deep down]], she is a classic {{Moe}} sweetheart who wants to do no wrong unto others.

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* Haruka Kotoura of ''Manga/KotouraSan'' is an excellent example of a NG character facing an UntrustingCommunity. In her [[DownerBeginning rather depressing]] [[HowWeGotHere backstory]], she was born with [[PowerIncontinence always-on]] {{Telepathy}} making her an InnocentlyInsensitive LivingLieDetector in a CrapsaccharineWorld where [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tatemae Tatemae]] is a dominant concept, which she is [[MindOverManners unable to use herself]] since speech and thought are essentially the same to her. Her classmates soon figured out she has {{Telepathy}}, so [[KidsAreCruel they]] [[NoSympathy unsympatheticly]] unsympathetically]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer outcasted her]] for being a "[[TheCassandra compulsive liar]]" and a "[[YouMonster monster]]". As a result, she soon develops a JerkassFacade that is the epitome of TrueNeutral as an [[NeverBeHurtAgain emotional defense]]. Fortunately, Haruka [[CharacterDevelopment develops]] back into NG over the course of the story because [[HiddenDepths deep down]], she is a classic {{Moe}} sweetheart who wants to do no wrong unto others.



** Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than simply cancelling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, or outright ignore, the rules (especially of the Ministry of Magic) when they get in the way of opposing Voldemort. Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.

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** Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than simply cancelling canceling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, or outright ignore, the rules (especially of the Ministry of Magic) when they get in the way of opposing Voldemort. Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.



** Daenerys Targaryen is concerned more with being a good monarch and with her followers' well-being than any other leader in the series, whether that entails sticking to a moral code or leading a slave revolt. Though her methods are rather bloody, she is clearly good by the standards of the [[CrapsackWorld setting]]. Daenerys is much more clearly Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]].
** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father, but he broke his vow to the Night Watch and also to the Wildlings. His main concern is protecting the innocent and trying to retain his honor and morality. Like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.

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** Daenerys Targaryen is concerned more with being a good monarch and with her followers' well-being than any other leader in the series, well-being, whether that entails sticking to a moral code or leading a slave revolt. Though her methods are rather bloody, she has noble intentions and is clearly good by the standards of the [[CrapsackWorld setting]]. Daenerys is much more clearly Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]].
** Jon Snow counts as one as well. He wants to be LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father, father and ''is'' [[LikeFatherLikeSon a lot like him]], but he broke his vow to the Night Watch and also to the Wildlings. His wildlings for moral reasons. Like Daenerys, Jon is very [[https://youtu.be/yarEbKyk8PU?t=146 heroic]], moral, and noble-hearted and his main concern is protecting the innocent and saving lives while trying to retain his honor and morality. Like uphold his duty. Again like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.



%%** In his later days (in the movies, mayhaps) Spock tends to flow a bit in to this as well, actually allowing emotion in order to quell his internal conflicts.

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%%** In his later days (in (perhaps in the movies, mayhaps) movies), Spock tends to flow a bit in to this as well, actually allowing emotion in order to quell his internal conflicts.



* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Buffy herself fits this category. She accepts (somewhat reluctantly) her destiny, then proceeds to fulfill it in her own way. She accepts her {{Mentor}} while rejecting his organization. In the end, the only thing certain about her is her devotion to good. Most of her TrueCompanions end up in this category.

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* In ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'', Buffy herself fits this category. She accepts (somewhat reluctantly) her destiny, destiny and then proceeds to fulfill it in her own way. She accepts her {{Mentor}} while rejecting his organization. In the end, the only thing certain about her is her devotion to good. Most of her TrueCompanions end up in this category.



* Most of the main protagonists of ''Series/OnceUponATime''. Emma Swan is the town Sheriff but is perfectly willing to do unlawful things like breaking and entering to do what she thinks is right. Her mother Snow White is a princess and ruler but also spent time as a Robin Hood-like bandit while on the run from the Evil Queen. Her father Prince Charming fights for his "father" King George but later starts a rebellion against him. The three of them are willing to ally with anyone (even the show's villains) in order to do good.

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* Most of the main protagonists of ''Series/OnceUponATime''. Emma Swan is the town Sheriff sheriff but is perfectly willing to do unlawful things like breaking and entering to do what she thinks is right. Her mother Snow White is a princess and ruler but also spent time as a Robin Hood-like bandit while on the run from the Evil Queen. Her father Prince Charming fights for his "father" King George but later starts a rebellion against him. The three of them are willing to ally with anyone (even the show's villains) in order to do good.
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** From the same series, Doctor Bashir will use his medical knowledge to help anyone who needs it, because it a Federation ally or enemy.
24th Dec '16 4:32:03 PM ading
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* Belldandy of ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' is entrusted with greater power than her sisters because she is this.
* Jim Hawkings of ''Manga/OutlawStar''. Despite his age, he's the most mature and responsible member of the group, being the one who handles all of the cash, finds jobs for them, pays the bills, and otherwise devotes himself to the exasperating task of organizing and caring for ChaoticNeutral slacker Gene Starwind. What keeps him from being LawfulGood is the fact that he's a ChildProdigy hacker who often uses his code-breaking skills in less than legal ways. Melfina is probably also an example of this.
* Nagisa Misumi and Honoka Yukishiro from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'', despite their vastly different personalities, quite probably share this alignment. Thus proving that alignment is only a ''part'' of characterization, not characterization itself.
** The same applies to seemingly all of [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar their]] [[Anime/YesPrettyCure5 successors]]. In fact, it seems to be part of the job description -- [[StudentCouncilPresident K]][[LonelyRichKid a]][[LadyOfWar r]][[TheSmartGuy e]][[TheLancer n]] is the one who could most reasonably be called anything different (being more Lawful-ish than is typical), and she had some difficulty answering the CallToAdventure. Coincidence, or cause and effect?

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* %%* Belldandy of ''Manga/AhMyGoddess'' is entrusted with greater power than her sisters because she is this.
* Jim Hawkings of ''Manga/OutlawStar''. Despite his age, he's the most mature and responsible member of the group, being the one who handles all of the cash, finds jobs for them, pays the bills, and otherwise devotes himself to the exasperating task of organizing and caring for ChaoticNeutral slacker Gene Starwind. What keeps him from being LawfulGood is the fact that he's a ChildProdigy hacker who often uses his code-breaking skills in less than legal ways. ways.
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Melfina is probably also an example of this.
* %%* Nagisa Misumi and Honoka Yukishiro from ''Anime/FutariWaPrettyCure'', despite their vastly different personalities, quite probably share this alignment. Thus proving that alignment is only a ''part'' of characterization, not characterization itself.
** %%** The same applies to seemingly all of [[Anime/FutariWaPrettyCureSplashStar their]] [[Anime/YesPrettyCure5 successors]]. In fact, it seems to be part of the job description -- [[StudentCouncilPresident K]][[LonelyRichKid a]][[LadyOfWar r]][[TheSmartGuy e]][[TheLancer n]] is the one who could most reasonably be called anything different (being more Lawful-ish than is typical), and she had some difficulty answering the CallToAdventure. Coincidence, or cause and effect?



** Rain Mikamura and George D'Sand from ''[[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam G Gundam]]'', although both started as LawfulGood.
** Post-CharacterDevelopment Quatre Rebarba Winner from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]''.
** Kira Yamato from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', particularly after he becomes a saintly MartialPacifist. In the same series, Murrue Ramius. She recognizes the value of the law and tries to abide by it as much as she can, but follows her own conscience first even if it means breaking laws or military regulations in the name of the greater good. Also, Lacus Clyne.
** Allelujah Haptism from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Gundam 00]]''. Most of his teammates in the formerly NecessarilyEvil organization Celestial Being shifted to this alignment in season 2.

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** %%** Rain Mikamura and George D'Sand from ''[[Anime/MobileFighterGGundam G Gundam]]'', although both started as LawfulGood.
** %%** Post-CharacterDevelopment Quatre Rebarba Winner from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamWing Gundam Wing]]''.
** Kira Yamato from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundamSeed Gundam SEED]]'', particularly after he becomes a saintly MartialPacifist. In the same series, Murrue Ramius. She recognizes the value of the law and tries to abide by it as much as she can, but follows her own conscience first even if it means breaking laws or military regulations in the name of the greater good. good.
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Also, Lacus Clyne.
** %%** Allelujah Haptism from ''[[Anime/MobileSuitGundam00 Gundam 00]]''. Most of his teammates in the formerly NecessarilyEvil organization Celestial Being shifted to this alignment in season 2.



*** And of course, Flit Asuno [[spoiler:-- [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope or...]] [[TrueNeutral at least, this is what he starts as...]]]]
*** Kio Asuno, after a trip in the enemy territory that changes his initially TrueNeutral ways.

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*** %%*** And of course, Flit Asuno [[spoiler:-- [[JumpingOffTheSlipperySlope or...]] [[TrueNeutral at least, this is what he starts as...]]]]
*** %%*** Kio Asuno, after a trip in the enemy territory that changes his initially TrueNeutral ways.



** Yoruichi is also of this alignment, though she used to be LawfulGood in the backstory.
** You could also probably argue that many of the human characters fall here. Orihime and Chad certainly do, considering the overarching motivation of both is helping people. Ichigo vacillates between this and ChaoticGood, as does Tatsuki and maybe Karin. Ishida tries to be LawfulNeutral, but isn't very good at it; he goes between LawfulGood and Neutral Good as well, [[spoiler:but he might have gone full-blown LawfulNeutral (at best) or even ''LawfulEvil'' (at worst) after his FaceHeelTurn.]]
* Negi Springfield from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', a cute ten-year-old ChickMagnet and descendant of an exceptionally powerful wizard who's devoted to protecting all of his 31 students (who all happen to be cute in their own special way). While he generally tries to act a proper [[strike:English]] Welsh gentleman, he consistently defies orders even if given direct orders to stop one of his students' {{plan}}s, much less uphold the {{Masquerade}} of keeping magic secret, he will instantly and without hesitation break every rule if it so much as gets in the way of his students having fun, nevermind when they are in actual danger. It's especially evident when he chooses to [[spoiler:learn [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique forbidden]] BlackMagic]], if only to protect those around him.

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** %%** Yoruichi is also of this alignment, though she used to be LawfulGood in the backstory.
** You could also probably argue that many of the human characters fall here. Orihime and Chad certainly do, considering the overarching motivation of both is helping people. people.
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Ichigo vacillates between this and ChaoticGood, as does Tatsuki and maybe Karin. Ishida tries to be LawfulNeutral, but isn't very good at it; he goes between LawfulGood and Neutral Good as well, [[spoiler:but he might have gone full-blown LawfulNeutral (at best) or even ''LawfulEvil'' (at worst) after his FaceHeelTurn.]]
* Negi Springfield from ''Manga/MahouSenseiNegima'', a cute ten-year-old ChickMagnet and descendant of an exceptionally powerful wizard who's devoted to protecting all of his 31 students (who all happen to be cute in their own special way). While he generally tries to act like a proper [[strike:English]] Welsh gentleman, he consistently defies orders even if given direct orders to stop one of his students' {{plan}}s, much less uphold the {{Masquerade}} of keeping magic secret, he will instantly and without hesitation break every rule if it so much as gets in the way of his students having fun, nevermind when they are in actual danger. It's especially evident when he chooses to [[spoiler:learn [[DangerousForbiddenTechnique forbidden]] BlackMagic]], if only to protect those around him.



** All of the main characters end up in this neighborhood in the latter portion of the series, even if early chapters seemed to indicate otherwise, but Kurogane gets bonus points for keeping the most basic aspects of his personality unchanged from the beginning.

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** %%** All of the main characters end up in this neighborhood in the latter portion of the series, even if early chapters seemed to indicate otherwise, but Kurogane gets bonus points for keeping the most basic aspects of his personality unchanged from the beginning.



** [[OvershadowedByAwesome Krillin]] also seems to be quite a bit influenced by Goku's kindness.

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** [[OvershadowedByAwesome Krillin]] %%** Krillin also seems to be quite a bit influenced by Goku's kindness.



** Winry is also Neutral Good.

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** %%** Winry is also Neutral Good.



* Kinomoto Sakura from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''
* Pip Bernadette of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''.
* Misato Katsuragi of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.''

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* %%* Kinomoto Sakura from ''Manga/CardcaptorSakura''
* %%* Pip Bernadette of ''Manga/{{Hellsing}}''.
* %%* Misato Katsuragi of ''Anime/NeonGenesisEvangelion.''



* Miroku, Kagome and Shippo of Manga/{{Inuyasha}}.

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* %%* Miroku, Kagome and Shippo of Manga/{{Inuyasha}}.



** Lindy as well, especially when compared to [[LawfulGood her children]].

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** %%** Lindy as well, especially when compared to [[LawfulGood her children]].



** Iceland starts as TrueNeutral, but after the Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2010, he shifts towards this alignment.
** North Italy and Spain gear towards this alignment too, contrasting with LawfulNeutral Germany and ChaoticGood Romano.
** Belgium, as the CoolBigSis of the Benelux, fits here too and offers contrast with Romano and her ChaoticNeutral brother, the Netherlands.
** Monaco seems to be LawfulGood as it befits a NonRoyalPrincess, but her love of gambling may put her here.

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** %%** Iceland starts as TrueNeutral, but after the Manga/HetaliaBloodbath2010, he shifts towards this alignment.
** %%** North Italy and Spain gear towards this alignment too, contrasting with LawfulNeutral Germany and ChaoticGood Romano.
** %%** Belgium, as the CoolBigSis of the Benelux, fits here too and offers contrast with Romano and her ChaoticNeutral brother, the Netherlands.
** %%** Monaco seems to be LawfulGood as it befits a NonRoyalPrincess, but her love of gambling may put her here.



* In ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'', 6 of the 15 protagonists with completed story arcs fall under this category: Red, Yellow, Crystal, Diamond, Platinum, and White.
* From the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, [[AllLovingHero Ash Ketchum]]. He'll go out of his way to help anybody who's in trouble, even if they're villains. (But if they cross him, he'll still kick their asses.)

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* %%* In ''Manga/PokemonSpecial'', 6 of the 15 protagonists with completed story arcs fall under this category: Red, Yellow, Crystal, Diamond, Platinum, and White.
* From the ''Anime/{{Pokemon}}'' anime, [[AllLovingHero AllLovingHero Ash Ketchum]].Ketchum. He'll go out of his way to help anybody who's in trouble, even if they're villains. (But if they cross him, he'll still kick their asses.)



* While often portrayed as LawfulGood, {{Superman}} can sometimes be this. While he tries to maintain good relations with the Law, he isn't above going against the letter of the law if he feels it is the right thing to do. (The storyline "Last Son" comes to mind, where he rescues a Kryptonian boy... by smashing up an armoured government transport. He knew where the boy was by attacking a secure government location and ''making'' them tell him. See? Neutral Good). However, Superman was much more visibly Neutral Good back when he was first [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks created]]. At the time, he was a borderline vigilante who often dealt with [[LawfulEvil societal problems]] that the regular authorities could not or [[LawfulStupid would not]] touch.
** Also, take into account that Superman is basically an illegal immigrant whose step-parents falsely claim as their biological son. Superman's very presence on Earth is an infraction against the law, so his boy-scout demeanor might just be compensation for this.

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* While often portrayed as LawfulGood, {{Superman}} can sometimes be this. While he tries to maintain good relations with the Law, he isn't above going against the letter of the law if he feels it is the right thing to do. (The storyline "Last Son" comes to mind, where he rescues a Kryptonian boy... by smashing up an armoured government transport. He knew where the boy was by attacking a secure government location and ''making'' them tell him. See? Neutral Good). However, Superman was much more visibly Neutral Good back when he was first [[UsefulNotes/TheGoldenAgeOfComicBooks created]]. At the time, he was a borderline vigilante who often dealt with [[LawfulEvil societal problems]] that the regular authorities could not or [[LawfulStupid would not]] touch.
**
touch. Also, take into account that Superman is basically an illegal immigrant whose step-parents falsely claim him as their biological son. Superman's very presence on Earth is an infraction against the law, so his boy-scout demeanor might just be compensation for this.



* Comicbook/{{Empowered}} from [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Empowered]]. [[SamaritanSyndrome Especially with her motivation for being a superhero]].

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* %%* Comicbook/{{Empowered}} from [[DepartmentOfRedundancyDepartment Empowered]]. [[SamaritanSyndrome Especially with her motivation for being a superhero]].



* ComicBook/{{X 23}} tends to fall under either this or ChaoticGood since joining the X-Men, though leaned more towards {{True|Neutral}}/ChaoticNeutral in her origin books and ''Comicbook/{{NYX}}''.

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* %%* ComicBook/{{X 23}} tends to fall under either this or ChaoticGood since joining the X-Men, though leaned more towards {{True|Neutral}}/ChaoticNeutral in her origin books and ''Comicbook/{{NYX}}''.



** From the prequel movies, Qui-Gon Jinn. Given what happened later, the Jedi Council [[IgnoredExpert probably should have listened to him a bit more]].

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** %%** From the prequel movies, Qui-Gon Jinn. Given what happened later, the Jedi Council [[IgnoredExpert probably should have listened to him a bit more]].



* ''Film/TheGoonies'': The eponymous Goonies are mostly this alignment if not ChaoticGood.

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* %%* ''Film/TheGoonies'': The eponymous Goonies are mostly this alignment if not ChaoticGood.



** Lora is the one convincing [[LawfulGood Alan]] that they should warn [[ChaoticGood Flynn]] about Dillinger.

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** %%** Lora is the one convincing [[LawfulGood Alan]] that they should warn [[ChaoticGood Flynn]] about Dillinger.



** Quorra in ''Film/TronLegacy'' also fits here. Her youth and "more aggressive strategy" is a bit at odds with the elder Flynn's approach, but she is also much more reverent and orderly than [[ChaoticGood Sam]].

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** Quorra in ''Film/TronLegacy'' also fits here. Her youth and "more aggressive strategy" is a bit at odds with the elder Flynn's approach, but she is also much more reverent and orderly than [[ChaoticGood Sam]].ChaoticGood Sam.



* Fat Charlie from ''Literature/AnansiBoys'' by Creator/NeilGaiman probably counts as this. He tries to be at least.

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* %%* Fat Charlie from ''Literature/AnansiBoys'' by Creator/NeilGaiman probably counts as this. He tries to be at least.



** Frodo Baggins also counts. Because what makes him neutral is that he wants to destroy the ring and go back to Hobbiton to live a peaceful life. But what also makes him good is that he wants no one to carry his burden, and doesn't them to be corrupted by the ring.

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** Frodo Baggins also counts. Because what What makes him neutral is that he wants to destroy the ring and go back to Hobbiton to live a peaceful life. But what What also makes him good is that he wants no one to carry his burden, and doesn't want them to be corrupted by the ring.



* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' possesses a great capacity for love and faith in his friends. He willingly consults authority figures for help and advice, but isn't afraid to subvert them to do what he believes is the right thing (which may or may not be because different authority figures are wrongly persecuting him half the time). Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than simply cancelling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, or outright ignore, the rules (especially of the Ministry of Magic) when they get in the way of opposing Voldemort.
** Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.

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* ''Literature/HarryPotter'' ''Literature/HarryPotter'':
** Harry Potter
possesses a great capacity for love and faith in his friends. He willingly consults authority figures for help and advice, but isn't afraid to subvert them to do what he believes is the right thing (which may or may not be because different authority figures are wrongly persecuting him half the time). time).
**
Dumbledore also exhibits this alignment as well. He maintains firm discipline at Hogwarts and insists on certain behaviors from students. For example, when he needs Harry to do something when the latter is scheduled for detention, Dumbledore reschedules the detention rather than simply cancelling it. At the same time, Dumbledore does subvert, or outright ignore, the rules (especially of the Ministry of Magic) when they get in the way of opposing Voldemort.
**
Voldemort. Dumbledore is revealed to be ChaoticGood later in the series, when details of his past are revealed and his motives come to light. Due to his great age, wisdom and intelligence however, his form of Chaotic Good is much more cerebral than usual depictions.



** [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]] counts as one as well. Because he wants to be a LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father, but he broke his vow to the Night Watch and also to the Wildlings. He is main concern is protecting the innocent and trying to remain his honor and morality. Like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his]] CharacterDevelopment continues to grow.

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** [[HeroicBastard Jon Snow]] Snow counts as one as well. Because he He wants to be a LawfulGood like his [[spoiler:now deceased]] father, but he broke his vow to the Night Watch and also to the Wildlings. He is His main concern is protecting the innocent and trying to remain retain his honor and morality. Like Daenerys, Jon is also a Neutral Good in the [[Series/GameOfThrones HBO adaptation]] as well.
** %%** [[spoiler:Jaime Lannister]] may end up being this alignment if [[spoiler:his]] CharacterDevelopment continues to grow.



* Rand al'Thor of the ''WheelOfTime'', the hero capable of utilizing [[OrderVersusChaos order or chaos]] to advance the side of right. He is ultimately devoted to "the Light" and spearheads the battle against the forces of the "Dark One." His overarching task through most of the series is to unite the various nations of the world under a single banner -- his. He often acts as (and is seen as) a chaotic force, overthrowing established traditions and rules, being a usurper. However, when he gains control over a nation, be it by force or trickery, he quickly consolidates his power and brings the nation back under a lawful regime. His more lawful side is best demonstrated in ''Lord of Chaos'', when he [[spoiler:stresses to the Aiel not to loot the newly conquered kingdom of Caemlyn, saying he wants to avoid anarchy and keep everything nice and lawful until he can put a ruler of his choice on the throne to govern for him.]]

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* Rand al'Thor of the ''WheelOfTime'', ''Literature/WheelOfTime'', the hero capable of utilizing [[OrderVersusChaos order or chaos]] to advance the side of right. He is ultimately devoted to "the Light" and spearheads the battle against the forces of the "Dark One." His overarching task through most of the series is to unite the various nations of the world under a single banner -- his. He often acts as (and is seen as) a chaotic force, overthrowing established traditions and rules, being a usurper. However, when he gains control over a nation, be it by force or trickery, he quickly consolidates his power and brings the nation back under a lawful regime. His more lawful side is best demonstrated in ''Lord of Chaos'', when he [[spoiler:stresses to the Aiel not to loot the newly conquered kingdom of Caemlyn, saying he wants to avoid anarchy and keep everything nice and lawful until he can put a ruler of his choice on the throne to govern for him.]]



* BadassBookworm Mikael Blomkvist from TheMillenniumTrilogy.
* The three protagonists of the Literature/GreenSkyTrilogy. Raamo finds many of the laws and rituals baffling and illogical, and supports something only if it's in the greater interest of peace and joy. Neric eventually lands here once Raamo's aid helps him ditch some of his cynicism. Genaa claws her way up to here from LawfulNeutral once Raamo and Neric open her eyes to the truth [[spoiler:and she discovers her father is alive]].

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* %%* BadassBookworm Mikael Blomkvist from TheMillenniumTrilogy.
* The three protagonists of the Literature/GreenSkyTrilogy. Raamo finds many of the laws and rituals baffling and illogical, and supports something only if it's in the greater interest of peace and joy. joy.
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Neric eventually lands here once Raamo's aid helps him ditch some of his cynicism. Genaa claws her way up to here from LawfulNeutral once Raamo and Neric open her eyes to the truth [[spoiler:and she discovers her father is alive]].



** In his later days (in the movies, mayhaps) Spock tends to flow a bit in to this as well, actually allowing emotion in order to quell his internal conflicts.

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** %%** In his later days (in the movies, mayhaps) Spock tends to flow a bit in to this as well, actually allowing emotion in order to quell his internal conflicts.



** Also, Kaylee and Wash from the same show. Though they may have chaotic good leanings. They are just generally good, happy (for the most part) people who always try to do what they believe is right. They are also the two least violent people in the show, making them TechnicalPacifist.

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** Also, Kaylee and Wash from the same show. Though show, though they may have chaotic good leanings. They are just generally good, happy (for the most part) people who always try to do what they believe is right. They are also the two least violent people in the show, making them TechnicalPacifist.



* Hercules, as depicted in ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys''.

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* %%* Hercules, as depicted in ''Series/HerculesTheLegendaryJourneys''.



* ''Series/ICarly'': Carly started off as a Neutral Good person, but shifted towards ChaoticGood in season 3.
** Freddie started more like LawfulGood, only to shift towards Neutral Good as well, although since he's more than willing to tag along with Carly and even Sam's schemes, in practice he acts ChaoticGood as well.
* ''Series/{{Lost}}'': Jack Shephard is probably Neutral Good. Hurley also fits the "basically nice person" description.
** Hurley is another example of Neutral Good. Ben Linus becomes this at the end of the series.
* Sam Winchester from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' started out as this in season one, being the naive, idealistic and hopeful individual who carves safety and normalcy away from his family's abnormal and dangerous lifestyle of hunting. As the series progresses, Sam goes from being Neutral Good to ChaoticGood throughout season's two and three and he eventually becomes ChaoticNeutral in season's four and five.

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* %%* ''Series/ICarly'': Carly started off as a Neutral Good person, but shifted towards ChaoticGood in season 3.
** %%** Freddie started more like LawfulGood, only to shift towards Neutral Good as well, although since he's more than willing to tag along with Carly and even Sam's schemes, in practice he acts ChaoticGood as well.
* %%* ''Series/{{Lost}}'': Jack Shephard is probably Neutral Good. Hurley also fits the "basically nice person" description.
** Hurley is another example of Neutral Good.
description. Ben Linus becomes this at the end of the series.
* Sam Winchester from ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' started out as this in season one, being the naive, idealistic and hopeful individual who carves craves safety and normalcy away from his family's abnormal and dangerous lifestyle of hunting. As the series progresses, Sam goes from being Neutral Good to ChaoticGood throughout season's seasons two and three and he eventually becomes ChaoticNeutral in season's seasons four and five.



* Justin in ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', although meant to be a by-the-book character, is a example of this.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': Well, Chuck. Placed in a very difficult situation, he works with the NSA and CIA in order to stop bad guys (I think he leans toward Lawful), but is completely devoted to his friends and family, and is willing to buck authority in order to do the right thing. Think of all the times he didn't stay in the car.

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* %%* Justin in ''Series/WizardsOfWaverlyPlace'', although meant to be a by-the-book character, is a an example of this.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'': Well, Chuck. Placed in a very difficult situation, he works with the NSA and CIA in order to stop bad guys (I think he (he leans toward Lawful), but is completely devoted to his friends and family, and is willing to buck authority in order to do the right thing. Think of all the times he didn't stay in the car.



* Sam and Lindsay from ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' are, for the most part, this. Although the latter character veers a bit more towards "Chaotic Good" at end of the series.
* Series/MacGyver. He works for the government during the first season and for a government contractor for the other six, will work with the authorities and follows the law whenever possible (whether he's on assignment or just helping out people on his own time), would much rather see criminals locked up and tried than take any drastic measures, and unlike the A-Team or some other heroes from the same era, takes no particular pleasure in sticking it to the man. But he's been around long enough to know that the authorities are no more immune to corruption and abuse of power than anyone else, and he'll absolutely break the rules if he doesn't see another way of getting a just result. The most egregious case came in the season 5 finale, when he broke out of jury lockdown to personally investigate a case which had become so politicized, controversial, and mishandled that there was no other way for him to get a clear picture of what was happening.
** By contrast, while he will break the law if he feels the need, his most deeply held personal convictions - against guns and killing, in particular - are "rules" he will absolutely never break, come hell or high water.
* Felicity Smoak in ''Series/{{Arrow}}''. She breaks government rules, steals FBI software, and hacks into government computer systems to help Oliver Queen in his crusade. She has no problems what so ever with breaking rules or people dying as long as it's for the greater good of Starling City.

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* %%* Sam and Lindsay from ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' are, for the most part, this. Although the latter character veers a bit more towards "Chaotic Good" at end of the series.
* Series/MacGyver.''Series/MacGyver''. He works for the government during the first season and for a government contractor for the other six, will work with the authorities and follows the law whenever possible (whether he's on assignment or just helping out people on his own time), would much rather see criminals locked up and tried than take any drastic measures, and unlike the A-Team or some other heroes from the same era, takes no particular pleasure in sticking it to the man. But he's been around long enough to know that the authorities are no more immune to corruption and abuse of power than anyone else, and he'll absolutely break the rules if he doesn't see another way of getting a just result. The most egregious case came in the season 5 finale, when he broke out of jury lockdown to personally investigate a case which had become so politicized, controversial, and mishandled that there was no other way for him to get a clear picture of what was happening. \n** By contrast, while he will break the law if he feels the need, his most deeply held personal convictions - against guns and killing, in particular - are "rules" he will absolutely never break, come hell or high water.
water.
* Felicity Smoak in ''Series/{{Arrow}}''. She breaks government rules, steals FBI software, and hacks into government computer systems to help Oliver Queen in his crusade. She has no problems what so ever whatsoever with breaking rules or people dying as long as it's for the greater good of Starling City.



* LoveFreak Flonne from ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness''. Just click the link for LoveFreak already... it does the explaining for us.

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* ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness'':
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LoveFreak Flonne from ''VideoGame/DisgaeaHourOfDarkness''. Just click the link for LoveFreak already... it does the explaining for us.Fionne.



** Consular companions Felix Iresso and Nadia Grell also fall here. Felix is a laid-back grunt just glad to be where he can be useful, and straddles the line between Neutral and Chaotic Good (it's revealed that he was a bit too lax with heirarchy and orders for Jorgan's taste). Nadia straddles the line between Neutral and Lawful Good, as she's a politician's daughter and nice. While she believes the law is right most of the time, she is just as quick to start an argument when she believes a law (such as the Jedi ban on attachment) is wrong.
* Klonoa is pretty much the embodiement of Neutral Good. It would be nigh impossible to be exceed him in FriendToAllLivingThings and IncorruptiblePurePureness.
* Marona from ''PhantomBrave''. This ''should'' be especially hard for her to maintain since [[UntrustingCommunity everyone she meets]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer tends to hate her by default]], but she manages to [[{{Pollyanna}} keep up a happy face...somehow]].

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** Consular companions Felix Iresso and Nadia Grell also fall here. Felix is a laid-back grunt just glad to be where he can be useful, and straddles the line between Neutral and Chaotic Good (it's revealed that he was a bit too lax with heirarchy hierarchy and orders for Jorgan's taste). Nadia straddles the line between Neutral and Lawful Good, as she's a politician's daughter and nice. While she believes the law is right most of the time, she is just as quick to start an argument when she believes a law (such as the Jedi ban on attachment) is wrong.
* Klonoa is pretty much the embodiement of Neutral Good. It would be nigh impossible to be exceed him in being a FriendToAllLivingThings and IncorruptiblePurePureness.
* %%* Marona from ''PhantomBrave''. This ''should'' be especially hard for her to maintain since [[UntrustingCommunity everyone she meets]] [[AllOfTheOtherReindeer tends to hate her by default]], but she manages to [[{{Pollyanna}} keep up a happy face...somehow]].



* [[http://i73.photobucket.com/albums/i212/Kerrah_photos/[=NEUTRALGOOD=].jpg Malfurion Stormrage]] from ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII''. In the vanilla Night Elf campaign, one of the main conflicts is between his Neutral Good and his wife's LawfulNeutral. She eventually bends and CharacterDevelopment slides her to being Neutral Good as well.

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* [[http://i73.* ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII'':
%%**[[http://i73.
photobucket.com/albums/i212/Kerrah_photos/[=NEUTRALGOOD=].jpg Malfurion Stormrage]] from ''VideoGame/WarcraftIII''. In the vanilla Night Elf campaign, one of the main conflicts is between his Neutral Good and his wife's LawfulNeutral. She eventually bends and CharacterDevelopment slides her to being Neutral Good as well.



** The ultimate example is probably Tirion Fordring, he went against his own masters to rescue an orc from execution. Later on he is paired with ChaoticNeutral (or perhaps ChaoticGood) Darion Mograine and his army of Death Knights.
** [[ShellShockedVeteran Farseer]] [[IronWoobie Nobundo]] was willing to upset draenic society to some degree by introducing shamanism...but only with Prophet Velen's okay. He's also a former vindicator, and no less honorable for the "former" part.
** Of all the races in the game, the Tauren are the only ones who can fit this description.
** The Earthen Ring and Argent Crusade, each group consist of members from both the Horde and Alliance, and both are dedicated in fighting the Old Gods and the Scourge respectively.
* Sanger Zonvolt and [[strike:Elzam von Branstein]] Ratsel Feinschmeker from ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration''. They are not part of the Earth Federation Army officially, but will occasionally show up and help them. And when they do, they do it with obedience to the rules, and much badassery.
** Masaki Andoh and the rest of the Elemental Lords (Yang Long, Tytti and Mio) also fit the bill. Technically, they abide to the laws of La Gias, but they are given the special permission to break the law if they see the law straying from its path. Masaki only uses it once and that's not out of whim and dislike towards law. In the Original Generation series, Masaki does follow the rules nicely, though he's not part of the official EFA (he tends to [[strike:wander]] [[NoSenseOfDirection get lost]] and be found nearby... and then tags along).

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** The ultimate example is probably Tirion Fordring, he who went against his own masters to rescue an orc from execution. Later on he is paired with ChaoticNeutral (or perhaps ChaoticGood) Darion Mograine and his army of Death Knights.
** [[ShellShockedVeteran Farseer]] [[IronWoobie Nobundo]] was willing to upset draenic society to some degree by introducing shamanism... but only with Prophet Velen's okay. He's also a former vindicator, and no less honorable for the "former" part.
** %%** Of all the races in the game, the Tauren are the only ones who can fit this description.
** %%** The Earthen Ring and Argent Crusade, each group consist of members from both the Horde and Alliance, and both are dedicated in fighting the Old Gods and the Scourge respectively.
* Sanger Zonvolt and [[strike:Elzam von Branstein]] Ratsel Feinschmeker from ''VideoGame/SuperRobotWarsOriginalGeneration''. They are not part of the Earth Federation Army officially, but will occasionally show up and help them. And when When they do, they do it with obedience to the rules, and much badassery.
** Masaki Andoh and the rest of the Elemental Lords (Yang Long, Tytti and Mio) also fit the bill. Technically, they abide to by the laws of La Gias, but they are given the special permission to break the law if they see the law straying from its path. Masaki only uses it once and that's not out of whim and dislike towards law. In the Original Generation series, Masaki does follow the rules nicely, though he's not part of the official EFA (he tends to [[strike:wander]] [[NoSenseOfDirection to[[NoSenseOfDirection get lost]] and be found nearby... and then tags along).



** Also Lilith when she takes control of the Crimson Raiders in the end of the game.
* Most of the heroes of ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' are Neutral Good, with Frog leaning more towards Lawful and Ayla more towards Chaotic, but at the very least Crono. Marle and Lucca are this for the fact they have been just as willing to aid authority, they are not afraid to also go against authority.
* In the prequel novel to ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', ''LightNovel/FateZero'', the Neutral Good character is Rider (Alexander the Great). His BoisterousBruiser qualities does fit him as a Neutral Good character, having that much of a wild life and bravado (look at what he's done to his Master), but adheres well to the rule of Holy Grail War when it comes to battle.

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** %%** Also Lilith when she takes control of the Crimson Raiders in the end of the game.
* ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'':
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Most of the heroes of ''VideoGame/ChronoTrigger'' are Neutral Good, with Frog leaning more towards Lawful and Ayla more towards Chaotic, but at the very least Crono. Crono.
**
Marle and Lucca are this for the fact they have been just as willing to aid authority, they are not afraid to also go against authority.
* In the prequel novel to ''VisualNovel/FateStayNight'', ''LightNovel/FateZero'', the Neutral Good character is Rider (Alexander the Great). His BoisterousBruiser qualities does fit him as a Neutral Good character, having that much of a wild life and bravado (look at what he's done to his Master), bravado, but he adheres well to the rule of Holy Grail War when it comes to battle.



* Balancing out the ChaoticGood [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] and LawfulGood Knuckles, Miles 'Tails' Prower seems to embody Neutral Good the best among the PowerTrio. He is noticeably more responsible than Sonic. He encourages most of the ideals of freedom Sonic lives for (unlike Knuckles, who frowns on Sonic's 'irresponsible' behaviour), and usually adheres to them, but will take the time to slow down.
** Despite his extremely JerkAss nature, [[TheRival Shadow]] is Neutral Good. In the Archie comics he explains to E-102 Gamma that he joined GUN because it makes his mission of protecting the world so much easier, but will defy them if he feels it's the right thing. He is brutal in the achievement of his goals, but his methods are never actually ''evil,'' and his goals are always ''good.'' While he is more conflicted than Sonic regarding the choice between Good and Evil, he ultimately does the right thing and will make Rouge do the right thing too.
* Most of the party from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' is this alignment with exception to Kanji (goes from ChaoticNeutral to ChaoticGood), Naoto (LawfulNeutral) and Chie (LawfulGood).
** Namatame, though [[spoiler:[[UnwittingPawn he was played]] into being the most foolishly possible version of this trope.]]
* Jak from the ''JakAndDaxter'' games seems to start out like this. Then ''[[DarkerAndEdgier Renegade]]'' [[PhlebotinumRebel happens]], pushing him temporarily to ChaoticNeutral... but thanks to the twin miracles of CharacterDevelopment and ThePowerOfFriendship, he eventually swings back to a more mature version of Neutral Good.

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* Balancing out the ChaoticGood [[SonicTheHedgehog Sonic]] and LawfulGood Knuckles, Miles 'Tails' "Tails" Prower seems to embody Neutral Good the best among the PowerTrio. He is noticeably more responsible than Sonic. He encourages most of the ideals of freedom Sonic lives for (unlike Knuckles, who frowns on Sonic's 'irresponsible' behaviour), and usually adheres to them, but will take the time to slow down.
** Despite his extremely JerkAss nature, [[TheRival Shadow]] Shadow is Neutral Good. In the Archie comics he explains to E-102 Gamma that he joined GUN because it makes his mission of protecting the world so much easier, but will defy them if he feels it's the right thing. He is brutal in the achievement of his goals, but his methods are never actually ''evil,'' and his goals are always ''good.'' While he is more conflicted than Sonic regarding the choice between Good and Evil, he ultimately does the right thing and will make Rouge do the right thing too.
* %%* Most of the party from ''VideoGame/{{Persona 4}}'' is this alignment with exception to Kanji (goes from ChaoticNeutral to ChaoticGood), Naoto (LawfulNeutral) and Chie (LawfulGood).
** %%** Namatame, though [[spoiler:[[UnwittingPawn he was played]] into being the most foolishly possible version of this trope.]]
* %%* Jak from the ''JakAndDaxter'' games seems to start out like this. Then ''[[DarkerAndEdgier Renegade]]'' [[PhlebotinumRebel happens]], pushing him temporarily to ChaoticNeutral... but thanks to the twin miracles of CharacterDevelopment and ThePowerOfFriendship, he eventually swings back to a more mature version of Neutral Good.



* Being a LegacyCharacter, [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]] often finds himself shifting alingments through the series, but can be generally put into this territory by default. Mostly due to him being a KleptomaniacHero in pretty much every incarnation.
* [[SuperMarioBros Mario and Luigi]] of the Mario series are Neutral Good, since the series does not focus too much on either Lawful or Chaotic aspects.
* Kathryn Akkaraju in ''Videogame/ShogoMobileArmorDivision'' typically follows orders, but later helps Sanjuro -- even while disobeying orders and getting confined to quarters for it- in order to help uncover the truth about Gabriel and Shogo's motives.

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* Being a LegacyCharacter, [[Franchise/TheLegendOfZelda Link]] often finds himself shifting alingments through the series, but can be generally put into this territory by default. Mostly default, mostly due to him being a KleptomaniacHero in pretty much every incarnation.
* [[SuperMarioBros Mario and Luigi]] of the Mario series are Neutral Good, since the series does not focus too much on either aren't characterized enough to be considered Lawful or Chaotic aspects.
Chaotic, but they're undoubtedly heroes.
* Kathryn Akkaraju in ''Videogame/ShogoMobileArmorDivision'' typically follows orders, but later helps Sanjuro -- even Sanjuro-even while disobeying orders and getting confined to quarters for it- in it-in order to help uncover the truth about Gabriel and Shogo's motives.



* [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Ratchet]] is borderline Neutral Good, but he veers more into a ChaoticGood territory - he breaks stuff [[RewardingVandalism for fun and profit]], after all. [[RobotBuddy Clank]], on the other hand, is the epitome of Neutral Good.
* Annie Frazier of ''VideoGame/BackyardSports'', being a "friend to animals" and a GranolaGirl, fits this trope. Ricky Johnson from the same series does too.

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* %%* [[Franchise/RatchetAndClank Ratchet]] is borderline Neutral Good, but he veers more into a ChaoticGood territory - he breaks stuff [[RewardingVandalism for fun and profit]], after all. [[RobotBuddy Clank]], Clank, on the other hand, is the epitome of Neutral Good.
* Annie Frazier of ''VideoGame/BackyardSports'', being a "friend to animals" and a GranolaGirl, fits this trope. trope.
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Ricky Johnson from the same series does too.



* [[TerseTalker Mordin]] [[DeadlyDoctor Solus]] of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Has distinction of being Neutral Good WellIntentionedExtremist. Compassionate individual. Believes in helping all those in need. Also willing to ShootTheDog if necessary. Done so by [[spoiler:upgrading [[DepopulationBomb Genophage]]]]. Believes action necessary. Feels immense guilt. Became doctor in [[WretchedHive Omega]] as result.

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* [[TerseTalker Mordin]] [[DeadlyDoctor Solus]] Mordin Solus of ''VideoGame/MassEffect2''. Has ''VideoGame/MassEffect2'' has the distinction of being a Neutral Good WellIntentionedExtremist. Compassionate individual. Believes in helping all those in need. Also willing to ShootTheDog if necessary. Done necessary, and has done so by [[spoiler:upgrading [[DepopulationBomb Genophage]]]]. Believes action necessary. Feels immense guilt. Became doctor in [[WretchedHive Omega]] as result.



** Several of your other party members, such as [[TheEngineer Tali,]] [[NiceGuy Jacob,]] and [[HotScientist Liara]] could fit this alignment as well.
** Possibly one of the best examples of this alignment would be Ashley. She's ultimately on the side of good, but also somewhat HotBlooded and isn't adversed to [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shooting first]] in order to end problems. This is best shown in how she will gun down Wrex is you don't talk him down on Virmire and when she pulls a gun on ''Shepard'' in the third when [[spoiler: Udina]] claims that Shepard has come to assassinate the Council, before Shepard explains that they are trying to ''stop'' an assassin sent by [[spoiler: Udina]] ''himself'' as part of a coup.

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** %%** Several of your other party members, such as [[TheEngineer Tali,]] [[NiceGuy Jacob,]] Tali, Jacob, and [[HotScientist Liara]] Liara could fit this alignment as well.
** Possibly one of the best examples of this alignment would be Ashley. She's ultimately on the side of good, but also somewhat HotBlooded and isn't adversed to [[WhyDontYouJustShootHim shooting first]] in order to end problems. This is best shown in how she will gun down Wrex is if you don't talk him down on Virmire and when she pulls a gun on ''Shepard'' in the third when [[spoiler: Udina]] [[spoiler:Udina]] claims that Shepard has come to assassinate the Council, before Shepard explains that they are trying to ''stop'' an assassin sent by [[spoiler: Udina]] [[spoiler:Udina]] ''himself'' as part of a coup.



* The ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' series:
** Jaheira, at least in the second game. The only reason the game labels her as TrueNeutral is because that's the only alignment 2nd edition Druids were allowed to have.
** Valygar is this as well, though he dips into a TrueNeutral mindset from time to time.
** Not to mention Imoen, the main character's primary {{sidekick}}. It's hard to fairly describe her personality in a way that doesn't [[LovableRogue make her sound]] ChaoticGood, though.
* ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' has Lucas, Flint, all the citizens of Tazmilly Village before they were corrupted by greed, Salsa and Samba, and all the animals. However, Kumatora is more like a ChaoticGood RebelliousSpirit.
** Paula Polestar in VideoGame/{{Mother 2}}; Ness and Jeff probably qualify as well.
* Daniel Vinyard, main protagonist of ''VideoGame/ExitFate'', is a good example since he in many cases directly disobeys his leaders (although he still respects them) when he thinks that their actions are against his morale principles [[spoiler:most notably and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome crowningly]] at the end of Chapter 5, when he goes between his superior's and the enemy army in order to end the way]].
** Of course, this is because (MAJOR spoiler)[[spoiler: He has had a spirit ,the Hand of Fate, summoned into him since before his birth to shape him into a leader to unite the various fragmented countries and end their petty infighting]]

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* The %%* ''VideoGame/BaldursGate'' series:
** %%** Jaheira, at least in the second game. The only reason the game labels her as TrueNeutral is because that's the only alignment 2nd edition Druids were allowed to have.
** %%** Valygar is this as well, though he dips into a TrueNeutral mindset from time to time.
** %%** Not to mention Imoen, the main character's primary {{sidekick}}. It's hard to fairly describe her personality in a way that doesn't [[LovableRogue make her sound]] ChaoticGood, though.
* %%* ''VideoGame/{{Mother 3}}'' has Lucas, Flint, all the citizens of Tazmilly Village before they were corrupted by greed, Salsa and Samba, and all the animals. However, Kumatora is more like a ChaoticGood RebelliousSpirit.
** %%** Paula Polestar in VideoGame/{{Mother 2}}; Ness and Jeff probably qualify as well.
* Daniel Vinyard, main protagonist of ''VideoGame/ExitFate'', is a good example since he in many cases directly disobeys his leaders (although he still respects them) when he thinks that their actions are against his morale moral principles [[spoiler:most notably and [[CrowningMomentOfAwesome crowningly]] awesomely at the end of Chapter 5, when he goes between his superior's and the enemy army in order to end the way]].
** Of course, this
way]]. This is because (MAJOR spoiler)[[spoiler: He [[spoiler:he has had a spirit ,the spirit, the Hand of Fate, summoned into him since before his birth to shape him into a leader to unite the various fragmented countries and end their petty infighting]]infighting.]]



* Recette Lemongrass from ''VideoGame/{{Recettear}}'' can easily be seen as this. She is generally well-liked by the local citizens of Pensee, and is easily one of the nicest people in the town. However, she is commonly rather irresponsible and doesn't even fill her own accountings (and really doesn't even [[CloudCuckoolander understand why they are nessecary]]), which Tear comments angrily upon at the end of the game when she finds out that all the pages in the book are blank. As to this, she's nowhere near responsible enough to be LawfulGood, but is still far from reckless enough to be ChaoticGood.

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* Recette Lemongrass from ''VideoGame/{{Recettear}}'' can easily be seen as this. She is generally well-liked by the local citizens of Pensee, and is easily one of the nicest people in the town. However, she is commonly often rather irresponsible and doesn't even fill her own accountings (and really doesn't even [[CloudCuckoolander understand why they are nessecary]]), which Tear comments angrily upon at the end of the game when she finds out that all the pages in the book are blank. As to this, she's She's nowhere near responsible enough to be LawfulGood, but is still far from reckless enough to be ChaoticGood.



** There's also [[CatGirl Tao]][[TheDitz kaka]], who has a genuinely kind heart and is equally willing to follow or break rules. Although, some of her actions and beliefs make her fall into StupidGood territory sometimes.
** [[LittleBitBeastly Mak]][[MsFanservice oto]] is definitely of this alignment. Like Litchi, she's kind, friendly, and doesn't have a genuinely malicious bone in her body. However, if you make the mistake of [[BerserkButton threatening or harming]] [[TrueCompanions her friends]], she has [[GoodIsNotSoft no qualms about beating you into a mushy pulp]]. Also, [[spoiler:she works as a mole in the [[TheEmpire NOL]] for [[LaResistance Sector Seven]], although this more out of loyalty to her friends than anything else]].

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** There's also [[CatGirl Tao]][[TheDitz kaka]], who has a genuinely kind heart and is equally willing to follow or break rules. Although, rules, although some of her actions and beliefs make her fall into StupidGood territory sometimes.
** [[LittleBitBeastly Mak]][[MsFanservice oto]] Makoto is definitely of this alignment. Like Litchi, she's kind, friendly, and doesn't have a genuinely malicious bone in her body. However, if you make the mistake of [[BerserkButton threatening or harming]] [[TrueCompanions threatening or harming her friends]], she has [[GoodIsNotSoft no qualms about beating you into a mushy pulp]]. Also, [[spoiler:she works as a mole in the [[TheEmpire NOL]] NOL for [[LaResistance Sector Seven]], Seven, although this more out of loyalty to her friends than anything else]].



* VideoGame/{{Touhou}} has 2 characters that exemplifies Neutral Goodness: Keine Kamishirasawa and Byakuren Hijiri. The former isn't afraid to fight Reimu to protect her people, and Reimu is the de-facto pillar of order in Gensokyo. The latter is the MessianicArchetype for the {{Youkai}} in Gensokyo, despite being a human. Both of them ([[SealedGoodInACan especially Byakuren]]) pay dearly for their ideals.

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* VideoGame/{{Touhou}} ''VideoGame/{{Touhou}}'' has 2 characters that exemplifies Neutral Goodness: Keine Kamishirasawa and Byakuren Hijiri. The former isn't afraid to fight Reimu to protect her people, and Reimu is the de-facto pillar of order in Gensokyo. The latter is the MessianicArchetype for the {{Youkai}} in Gensokyo, despite being a human. Both of them ([[SealedGoodInACan especially Byakuren]]) pay dearly for their ideals.



* Leliana In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' will often dance between this and ChaoticGood. She's a born again follower of the of the Maker, and the Chantry. She believes in doing good as it is the Makers will. but she can't quite shake her roguish ChaoticGood or even ChaoticNeutral past. Whether she stays on the Neutral Good or goes back to her roguish lifestyle depends on the players actions and what is said to her through the course of the game. AKA whether or not she is hardened.
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Aveline's early CharacterDevelopment transforms her in to this. She continues to uphold the law and is still very much by the book... it just skews a little when her friends are involved. She still berates them to no end, though.
* The world of {{Tekken}} may have taken a dive in DarkerAndEdgier turn. However, [[GentleGiant King]] [[MaskedLuchador II]] remains true to his personality as a orphanage owner, FriendToAllChildren and is still a generally positive NiceGuy who doesn't tolerate evil (in Scenario Campaigns, he clearly does not approve both Jin and Kazuya for their World War III attempts), and can be genuinely forgiving, even if you committed such a [[ItsPersonal personal]] [[YouKilledMyFather crime]] to him (as Marduk can attest). [[NatureHero Julia Chang]] can also count with her dedication to save nature and still a pretty decent girl overall.
* Despite most of his lines and values leaning towards LawfulGood Cole Phelps of VideoGame/LANoire can be nudged towards this alignment depending on the player's choices. These include letting an acomplice to a minor crime get of scott free and convicting a paedophile who's clearly planning to harm kids despite most of the evidence leaning towards another suspect.
* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' gives us Elanee, a druid who despite being a protector of the balance of life, also firmly believes in helping others. ''Mask of the Betrayer'' adds Kaelyn the Dove, a half-celestial who rebelled against a LawfulNeutral god because she believed his code was unjust. ''Storm of Zehir'' gives us Umoja, another NG druid.

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* Leliana In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeOrigins'' will often dance between this and ChaoticGood. She's a born again follower of the of the Maker, and the Chantry. She believes in doing good as it is the Makers will. will, but she can't quite shake her roguish ChaoticGood or even ChaoticNeutral past. Whether she stays on the Neutral Good or goes back to her roguish lifestyle depends on the players player's actions and what is said to her through the course of the game. game, AKA whether or not she is hardened.
* In ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'', Aveline's early CharacterDevelopment transforms her in to into this. She continues to uphold the law and is still very much by the book... it just skews a little when her friends are involved. She still berates them to no end, though.
* The world of {{Tekken}} ''VideoGame/{{Tekken}}'' may have taken a dive in DarkerAndEdgier turn. However, [[GentleGiant King]] [[MaskedLuchador II]] turn, but King II remains true to his personality as a an orphanage owner, FriendToAllChildren and is still a generally positive NiceGuy who doesn't tolerate evil (in Scenario Campaigns, he clearly does not approve both Jin and Kazuya for their World War III attempts), and can be genuinely forgiving, even if you committed such a very [[ItsPersonal personal]] [[YouKilledMyFather personal crime]] to him (as Marduk can attest). [[NatureHero Julia Chang]] Chang can also count with her [[NatureHero dedication to save nature nature]] and still a pretty decent girl overall.
* Despite most of his lines and values leaning towards LawfulGood LawfulGood, Cole Phelps of VideoGame/LANoire ''VideoGame/LANoire'' can be nudged towards this alignment depending on the player's choices. These include letting an acomplice to a minor crime get of scott off scot free and convicting a paedophile pedophile who's clearly planning to harm kids despite most of the evidence leaning towards another suspect.
* ''VideoGame/NeverwinterNights2'' gives us Elanee, a druid who who, despite being a protector of the balance of life, also firmly believes in helping others. ''Mask of the Betrayer'' adds Kaelyn the Dove, a half-celestial who rebelled against a LawfulNeutral god because she believed his code was unjust. unjust.
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''Storm of Zehir'' gives us Umoja, another NG druid.



* Christopher "Maverick" Blair in ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' series. Hell, think about why he is called Maverick!
* [[KingdomHearts Sora]] definitely fits into this alignment. His first concern is doing good and stopping Xehanort, he will work with the authorities of whatever world he finds himself in toward those goals if he can, but if that authority is either too incompetent to do anything, obstructive, or the source of the evil and darkness in the first place, Sora will ignore any laws and/or rules of said world and smash straight through that authority without a second thought. Sora also cares nothing for the [[AlienNonInterferenceClause rules of world non-interference]] if people are in trouble, but he won't reveal the fact that he's from another world if he doesn't have to either.
* Amane Kuzuryu from ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor: [[UpdatedRerelease Overclocked]]'' is the one character in the game who always, in every case, fights for what she believes to be the best future for humanity. At first, she supports [[PathOfInspiration her father and the Shomonkai]], then when his duplicity is revealed, she allies herself with [[CouncilOfAngels Remiel and the Angels]] and tries to bring peace to humanity. [[spoiler: However, in Naoya's Good 8th Day, she gives her allegiance to Abel even though the latter is fighting against God, because God and his angels have turned against humanity, and here she states that her ''only'' concern is the good of humankind.]] In the original game, she is implied to be LawfulGood instead, since the 8th Day scenarios were only added in ''Overclocked''.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'': Lightning and Sazh both have someone they want to save and reunite with (Serah and Dajh, respectively), and they'll do whatever they have to in order to bring that about. Vanille just wants to go good by the people she has (inadvertently) wronged, and unconditionally tries to help them save Cocoon. Hope just wants to survive and (in later parts of the game) help everyone else save Cocoon, without [[TheLoad being a burden]]. Snow and Fang lean more into ChaoticGood and ChaoticNeutral, respectively.

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* %%* Christopher "Maverick" Blair in ''VideoGame/WingCommander'' series. Hell, think about why he is called Maverick!
* [[KingdomHearts Sora]] Sora from ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' definitely fits into this alignment. His first concern is doing good and stopping Xehanort, he Xehanort. He will work with the authorities of whatever world he finds himself in toward those goals if he can, but if that authority is either too incompetent to do anything, obstructive, or the source of the evil and darkness in the first place, Sora will ignore any laws and/or rules of said world and smash straight through that authority without a second thought. Sora also cares nothing for the [[AlienNonInterferenceClause rules of world non-interference]] if people are in trouble, but he won't reveal the fact that he's from another world if he doesn't have to either.
* Amane Kuzuryu from ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor: [[UpdatedRerelease Overclocked]]'' Overclocked'' is the one character in the game who always, in every case, fights for what she believes to be the best future for humanity. At first, she supports [[PathOfInspiration her father and the Shomonkai]], Shomonkai, then when his duplicity is revealed, she allies herself with [[CouncilOfAngels Remiel and the Angels]] Angels and tries to bring peace to humanity. [[spoiler: However, [[spoiler:However, in Naoya's Good 8th Day, she gives her allegiance to Abel even though the latter is fighting against God, because God and his angels have turned against humanity, and here she states that her ''only'' concern is the good of humankind.]] In the original game, she is implied to be LawfulGood instead, since the 8th Day scenarios were only added in ''Overclocked''.
* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXIII'': Lightning and Sazh both have someone they want to save and reunite with (Serah and Dajh, respectively), and they'll do whatever they have to in order to bring that about. Vanille just wants to go do good by the people she has (inadvertently) wronged, and unconditionally tries to help them save Cocoon. Hope just wants to survive and (in later parts of the game) help everyone else save Cocoon, without [[TheLoad being a burden]]. Snow and Fang lean more into ChaoticGood and ChaoticNeutral, respectively.



* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'': While Terra logically starts off as "True Neutral" (albeit not so much out of choice as just out of confusion), she veers towards "Neutral Good" pretty early in the game and settles on it by the time [[spoiler: you reach the World Of Ruin]].
* The Minutemen faction from ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' definitely fits this trope as they are pretty much the only faction who actively helps the common people in the Commonwealth: namely wastelanders of all walks of life and are not affiliated with a particular faction. They ascribe to rebuilding the Commonwealth in the ways of pre-Great War America instead of the dreary aftermath that befell it. By the time the player character first meets the Minutemen, they are essentially on the brink of extinction due to being pinned down by raiders in a largely destroyed town. If the player character helps the Minutemen get back to prominence, he/she will eventually become the BigGood of the faction.

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* %%* ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyVI'': While Terra logically starts off as "True Neutral" (albeit not so much out of choice as just out of confusion), she veers towards "Neutral Good" pretty early in the game and settles on it by the time [[spoiler: you [[spoiler:you reach the World Of Ruin]].
* The Minutemen faction from ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' definitely fits this trope as they are pretty much the only faction who actively helps the common people in the Commonwealth: Commonwealth, namely wastelanders of all walks of life life, and are not affiliated with a particular faction. They ascribe to rebuilding the Commonwealth in the ways of pre-Great War America instead of the dreary aftermath that befell it. By the time the player character first meets the Minutemen, they are essentially on the brink of extinction due to being pinned down by raiders in a largely destroyed town. If the player character helps the Minutemen get back to prominence, he/she will eventually become the BigGood of the faction.



* Agatha Heterodyne from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' (except when she is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder working on something]] in which case she is ChaoticNeutral) is a generally nice person who wants to reclaim her birthright and goes out of her way to help people. She does not actively oppose TheEmpire, they just happen to think she is the most dangerous person on the planet, [[spoiler: and they may be right]].
* Fighter of ''WebComic/EightBitTheater'' is only concerned with helping others, especially his [[VitriolicBestBuds "best friend"]] Black Mage. Unfortunately, he's stupider than a sack of hair and seemingly incapable of realizing that his teammates are the most destructive and murderous people in the comic (which is quite a feat in that CrapsackWorld).
* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob,'' Bob runs into almost constant trouble with the government in the form of [[Film/MenInBlack Agent Ben and Agent Jerry,]] to the point that Jerry has called him an [[AnarchyIsChaos anarchist.]] That said, Bob has far too great a love of boring stability to be called an anarchist by anyone ''but'' [[LawfulStupid Jerry.]] Mostly, he just tries to be decent to people, and help them out of jams... and occasionally prevent horrible world-shattering catastrophes if it seems like nobody else is going to do it.
** When Jean [[WhatTheHellHero calls him on]] basically [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20130409.html stealing a bunch of sentient alien jewels to free them,]] Bob trumps her with the Constitution:
-->Bob: "Jean, they're alive (sort of), and they can talk. [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman So they're people!]] And you can't own people! They put [[BuffySpeak a... thing]] in the Constitution, remember? [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Daniel Day-Lewis won an Oscar for it.]]"
* Julie the protagonist of the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' webcomic ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure'', though in book 1 her own group members found her to be a bit too [[LawfulGood uptight and a keener.]] In book 2, she seems to be [[CharacterDevelopment loosening up]] a bit, fitting into this alignment better.
** Lenny has switched alignments from TrueNeutral to Neutral Good as of [[RPGMechanicsVerse attaining level 7.]]
* Ruby of ''Webcomic/RubysWorld'' is this trope almost to an extreme, willing to risk her life for the test animal that caused her mutation. Her friends vary between this and ChaoticGood, since none of them are exactly nice in demeanor.
* Sandra from ''Webcomic/SandraAndWoo'' is neutral good, for example she [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/01/05/0022-the-next-big-thing/ cares for the environment]], [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/11/30/0116-jesus-of-nazareth/ admires Jesus for his teachings about ethic and forgiveness]] and - above all - always tries to be nice to [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/10/15/0103-the-new-toy/ Woo]],[[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/06/22/0070-that-boy-needs-therapy/ her father]] and [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/02/02/0030-naypyidaw-sector-1/ her friends]]. However, she is also a remarkably [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/12/10/0119-the-departure/ good liar]] and somewhat [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/04/30/0055-youve-got-mail/ resentful]].
* Lee Free Sr. in ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'' balances out here. His motivation, defense of the little guy against the system is Chaotic Good but as a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer he uses the law
* Criminy in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}''. Jesus being here should be a no brainer. Fuschia started as ChaoticEvil but eventually moved to Neutral Good by 2010.

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* Agatha Heterodyne from ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' (except when she is [[ScienceRelatedMemeticDisorder working on something]] in which case she is ChaoticNeutral) is a generally nice person who wants to reclaim her birthright and goes out of her way to help people. She does not actively oppose TheEmpire, they just happen to think she is the most dangerous person on the planet, [[spoiler: and [[spoiler:and they may be right]].
* Fighter of ''WebComic/EightBitTheater'' is only concerned with helping others, especially his [[VitriolicBestBuds "best friend"]] Black Mage. Unfortunately, he's stupider than a sack of hair and seemingly incapable of realizing that his teammates are the most destructive and murderous people in the comic (which is quite a feat in that the CrapsackWorld).
* In ''Webcomic/TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob,'' Bob runs into almost constant trouble with the government in the form of [[Film/MenInBlack Agent Ben and Agent Jerry,]] to the point that Jerry has called him an [[AnarchyIsChaos anarchist.]] That said, Bob has far too great a love of boring stability to be called an anarchist by anyone ''but'' [[LawfulStupid Jerry.]] Mostly, he just tries to be decent to people, and help them out of jams... and occasionally prevent horrible world-shattering catastrophes if it seems like nobody else is going to do it.
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it. When Jean [[WhatTheHellHero calls him on]] basically [[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20130409.html stealing a bunch of sentient alien jewels to free them,]] Bob trumps her with the Constitution:
-->Bob: "Jean, Jean, they're alive (sort of), and they can talk. [[WhatMeasureIsANonHuman So they're people!]] And you can't own people! They put [[BuffySpeak a... thing]] in the Constitution, remember? [[{{Film/Lincoln}} Daniel Day-Lewis won an Oscar for it.]]"
]]
* Julie Julie, the protagonist of the ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' webcomic ''Webcomic/OurLittleAdventure'', though in book 1 her own group members found her to be a bit too [[LawfulGood uptight and a keener.]] In book 2, she seems to be [[CharacterDevelopment loosening up]] a bit, fitting into this alignment better.
** %%** Lenny has switched alignments from TrueNeutral to Neutral Good as of [[RPGMechanicsVerse attaining level 7.]]
* Ruby of ''Webcomic/RubysWorld'' is this trope almost to an extreme, willing to risk her life for the test animal that caused her mutation. Her friends vary between this and ChaoticGood, since none of them are exactly nice in demeanor.
* Sandra from ''Webcomic/SandraAndWoo'' is neutral good, for example she [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/01/05/0022-the-next-big-thing/ cares for the environment]], [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/11/30/0116-jesus-of-nazareth/ admires Jesus for his teachings about ethic ethics and forgiveness]] and - above all - always tries to be nice to [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/10/15/0103-the-new-toy/ Woo]],[[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/06/22/0070-that-boy-needs-therapy/ her father]] and [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/02/02/0030-naypyidaw-sector-1/ her friends]]. However, she is also a remarkably [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/12/10/0119-the-departure/ good liar]] and somewhat [[http://www.sandraandwoo.com/2009/04/30/0055-youve-got-mail/ resentful]].
* Lee Free Sr. in ''Webcomic/EverydayHeroes'' balances out here. His motivation, defense of the little guy against the system is Chaotic Good but as a skilled and knowledgeable lawyer he uses the law
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law to his advantage.
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Criminy in ''Webcomic/{{Sinfest}}''. Jesus being here should be a no brainer. Fuschia started as ChaoticEvil but eventually moved to Neutral Good by 2010.



* [[OnlySaneWoman Zoë]] from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' just tries to get by in the comic's crazy world, but whenever it really comes down to it, she's basically very decent and occasionally heroic. She was perhaps LawfulGood when younger due to being even more "nice" and rule-obeying (leading to everyone walking all over her).

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* [[OnlySaneWoman Zoë]] Zoë from ''Webcomic/SluggyFreelance'' just tries to get by in the comic's crazy world, but whenever it really comes down to it, she's basically very decent and occasionally heroic. She was perhaps LawfulGood when younger due to being even more "nice" and rule-obeying (leading to everyone walking all over her).



* Penny of ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', the crush of Dr. Horrible due to the fact that she's the only one who proves to him that [[HumansAreBastards Humans Aren't All Bastards]] with her efforts of helping the homeless, as well as being the idealist to Billy's cynic. Caring little for the conflicts of heroes and villains, she chooses to help the helpless and offer a caring hand to those who need it. [[spoiler:Her death would complete Billy's StartOfDarkness as Dr. Horrible]].
* [[TheMedic Codex]] and [[GenkiGirl Clara]] from ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' both seem to fit into this, or at least balance out Vork's LawfulGood, Zaboo's ChaoticGood, and the NeutralEvil of Tink and Tordek.
* [[MoralityPet Trisha]] [[GoodIsDumb Cappelletti]] from ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool''.

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* Penny of ''WebVideo/DoctorHorriblesSingAlongBlog'', the crush of Dr. Horrible due to the fact that she's the only one who proves to him that [[HumansAreBastards Humans Aren't All Bastards]] with her efforts of helping the homeless, as well as being the idealist to Billy's cynic. Caring little for the conflicts of heroes and villains, she chooses to help the helpless and offer a caring hand to those who need it. [[spoiler:Her death would complete completes Billy's StartOfDarkness as Dr. Horrible]].
* %%* [[TheMedic Codex]] and [[GenkiGirl Clara]] from ''WebVideo/TheGuild'' both seem to fit into this, or at least balance out Vork's LawfulGood, Zaboo's ChaoticGood, and the NeutralEvil of Tink and Tordek.
* %%* [[MoralityPet Trisha]] [[GoodIsDumb Cappelletti]] from ''WebAnimation/TheMostPopularGirlsInSchool''.



** [[CoolOldGuy Iroh]] is clearly Neutral Good with his concern over balance and injustice.
** After going through [[TrueNeutral all]] [[ChaoticNeutral neutral]] [[LawfulNeutral alignments]] ([[NeutralEvil except for one]]) during the series first, [[spoiler:Zuko seems to]] end up here. However, as the sequel book "The Promise" shows, he still struggles with working out what, exactly, counts as "good".
* Ren, from ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', although he sometimes leans towards LawfulGood or even [[StupidGood just too damn nice for his own good]].

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** [[CoolOldGuy Iroh]] Iroh is clearly Neutral Good with his concern over for balance and injustice.
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After going through [[TrueNeutral all]] [[ChaoticNeutral neutral]] [[LawfulNeutral alignments]] ([[NeutralEvil except for one]]) during the series first, [[spoiler:Zuko seems to]] end up here. However, as the sequel book "The Promise" shows, he still struggles with working out what, exactly, counts as "good".
* %%* Ren, from ''WesternAnimation/ThePiratesOfDarkWater'', although he sometimes leans towards LawfulGood or even [[StupidGood just too damn nice for his own good]].



** KidAppealCharacter Bumblebee. Early in life he badly wanted to train for the Elite Guard, a Lawful organisation. He was kicked out, but now he is still consistently good. While he has commited [[LeeroyJenkins rash actions]] as a result of his disobedience, he has never disobeyed orders to do bad things, nor has he had any desire to do bad things.
** Most other [[KidAppealCharacter Hot Rod/Hot Shots]] fall under this, or ChaoticGood.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Lisa Simpson seems to fit here pretty well, due to her moral standards and her status as the [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane]] [[strike:[[OnlySaneMan Man]]]] [[OnlySaneMan Woman]]. She tries to, and usually succeeds at following laws and rules that exist, but she is more than willing to break said rules when she believes it's the right thing to do. She's lacks the laid-back and the outright rebellious nature of Bart, but she is a bit too willing to break norms and traditions to be LawfulGood.
* [[AmateurSleuth Mystery Inc.]], from ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo''. Afflicted with a nasty case of ChronicHeroSyndrome, they'll pry and move their way into every whodunit, even if other external factors may turn them away. This, of course, helps to contrast them with their respective villains, whom fit [[NeutralEvil just two alignments lower]].
* [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Bobby Hill]] fits this alignment fairly well. Much of the comedy of the series comes from the tensions between him and his father [[LawfulNeutral Hank]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' has [[PerkyGoth Gwen]], [[BigFun Owen]], [[{{Adorkable}} Mike]], [[NiceGirl Zoey]], [[BubbleBoy Cameron]] and [[LovableCoward Shawn]].
* Timmy Turner of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. Especially during the 4th and 5th seasons, Timmy would at least try to do the right things even if they were occasionally against the rules. One example is the TV movie "Abra Castastrophe" where he reveals Cosmo's and Wanda's existence to his parents and [[EvilTeacher Mr. Crocker]]. Revealing them is of course is against the rules, however, it freed his fairy godparents from the clutches of Crocker. Another example is the "Wishology Trilogy" where he bribes Vicky, his evil babysitter and one of his enemies, to save the lives of his family, friends and indeed the universe.

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** KidAppealCharacter Bumblebee. Early in life he badly wanted to train for the Elite Guard, a Lawful organisation. He was kicked out, but now he is still consistently good. While he has commited [[LeeroyJenkins rash actions]] as a result of his disobedience, he has never disobeyed orders to do bad things, nor has he had any desire to do bad things.
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things. Most other [[KidAppealCharacter Hot Rod/Hot Shots]] Shots fall under this, this or ChaoticGood.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'': Lisa Simpson seems to fit here pretty well, due to her moral standards and her status as the [[OnlySaneMan Only Sane]] [[strike:[[OnlySaneMan Man]]]] [[OnlySaneMan Sane Woman]]. She tries to, and usually succeeds at at, following laws and rules that exist, but she is more than willing to break said rules when she believes it's the right thing to do. She's She lacks the laid-back and the outright rebellious nature of Bart, but she is a bit too willing to break norms and traditions to be LawfulGood.
* [[AmateurSleuth Mystery Inc.]], , from ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDoo''. Afflicted with a nasty case of ChronicHeroSyndrome, they'll pry and move their way into every whodunit, whodunnit, even if other external factors may turn them away. This, of course, This helps to contrast them with their respective villains, whom who fit [[NeutralEvil just two alignments lower]].
* %%* [[WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill Bobby Hill]] fits this alignment fairly well. Much of the comedy of the series comes from the tensions between him and his LawfulNeutral father [[LawfulNeutral Hank]].
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Hank.
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''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama'' has [[PerkyGoth Gwen]], [[BigFun Owen]], [[{{Adorkable}} Mike]], [[NiceGirl Zoey]], [[BubbleBoy Cameron]] Gwen, Owen, Mike, Zoey, Cameron and [[LovableCoward Shawn]].
Shawn.
* Timmy Turner of ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddParents''. Especially during the 4th and 5th seasons, Timmy would at least try to do the right things even if they were occasionally against the rules. One example is the TV movie "Abra Castastrophe" where he reveals Cosmo's and Wanda's existence to his parents and [[EvilTeacher Mr. Crocker]]. Crocker. Revealing them is of course is against the rules, however, but it freed his fairy godparents them from the clutches of Crocker.Crocker's clutches. Another example is the "Wishology Trilogy" where he bribes Vicky, his evil babysitter and one of his enemies, to save the lives of his family, friends and indeed the universe.



* [[OnlySaneMan Stan]] [[TheEveryman Marsh]] from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. While [[TheSmartGuy Kyle's]] ChaoticGood , [[FatBastard Cartman's]] NeutralEvil (or ChaoticNeutral / ChaoticEvil) and [[TheQuietOne Kenny's]] TrueNeutral. Later season shift this a bit with Kyle actually being more of the Neutral Good role (except in moments when Cartman pushes him into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory) with Stan veering much more into TrueNeutral or ChaoticNeutral territory.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'' - Niko falls here. She's a little more willing to bend regulations and keep something quiet if speaking openly is going to harm someone, essentially splitting the difference between [[LawfulGood Zachary]] and [[ChaoticGood Doc]].
* WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants, more so before the first movie, the rest of the time, including pre movie he is ChaoticNeutral.

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* %%* [[OnlySaneMan Stan]] [[TheEveryman Marsh]] from ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. While [[TheSmartGuy Kyle's]] ChaoticGood , [[FatBastard Cartman's]] NeutralEvil (or ChaoticNeutral / ChaoticEvil) Kyle's ChaoticGood, Cartman's NeutralEvil, and [[TheQuietOne Kenny's]] Kenny's TrueNeutral. Later season seasons shift this a bit with Kyle actually being more of the Neutral Good role (except in moments when Cartman pushes him into HeWhoFightsMonsters territory) with and Stan veering much more into TrueNeutral or ChaoticNeutral territory.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'' - Niko falls here. She's a little more willing to bend regulations and keep something quiet if speaking openly is going to harm someone, essentially splitting the difference between [[LawfulGood Zachary]] LawfulGood Zachary and [[ChaoticGood Doc]].
* WesternAnimation/SpongeBobSquarePants,
Doc.
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more so before the first movie, the rest of the time, including pre movie he is ChaoticNeutral.



* T.J. Detweiler from ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' is both this and ChaoticGood.



* Both Dipper and Mabel Pines, the main protagonists of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls,'' are largely of this alignment, though Mabel veers more towards [[ChaoticGood chaotic]] and Dipper veers more towards [[LawfulGood lawful]]. While always ready to help their friends, atone for their mistakes, or attempt to convert enemies, they don't have very clear codes of ethics and often break their word when it suits them.

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* Both Dipper and Mabel Pines, the main protagonists of ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls,'' are largely of this alignment, though Mabel veers more towards [[ChaoticGood chaotic]] ChaoticGood and Dipper veers more towards [[LawfulGood lawful]].LawfulGood. While always ready to help their friends, atone for their mistakes, or attempt to convert enemies, they don't have very clear codes of ethics and often break their word when it suits them.



* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are very much the Passively Good variety. They are generally friendly, rule-abiding kids, but they do (or at least Phineas does) have a rebellious side, as evidenced by Phineas' building a machine that defies the law of gravity because "a universal law without hope of appeal" is "despotism", among other things. Beyond this, they have no inclination for blind obedience to authority, even if the authority in question is someone that they admire and respect - as their relationship with Candace shows. Their second dimensions counterparts had, but this was used as contrast and dropped after their exit from their house. They nevertheless bother to do things like get building permits and obey zoning laws, albeit often with LoopholeAbuse.
* ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' can promote either lawfulness or chaos depending on the needs of his child. While he more often acts as an agent of chaos, teaching kids whose lives are overly structured how to relax and have fun, he will also sometimes teach kids who are overly rebellious the value of following rules.

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* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' are very much the Passively Good variety. They are generally friendly, rule-abiding kids, but they do (or at least Phineas does) have a rebellious side, as evidenced by Phineas' building a machine that defies the law of gravity because "a universal law without hope of appeal" is "despotism", among other things. Beyond this, they have no inclination for blind obedience to authority, even if the authority in question is someone that they admire and respect - as their relationship with Candace shows. Their second dimensions counterparts had, but this was used as contrast and dropped after their exit from their house. They nevertheless bother to do things like get building permits and obey zoning laws, albeit often with LoopholeAbuse.
* ''WesternAnimation/UncleGrandpa'' can promote either lawfulness or chaos depending on the needs of his child. While he more often acts as an agent of chaos, teaching kids whose lives are overly structured how to relax and have fun, he will also sometimes teach kids who are overly rebellious the value of following rules.
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