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3rd Feb '16 9:46:25 PM Yalsaris63
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* 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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* The Minutemen faction from ''VideoGame/Fallout4'' ''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.
3rd Feb '16 9:45:54 PM Yalsaris63
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* 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.
27th Jan '16 5:47:43 PM ading
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* TheAntiNihilist,
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* TheAntiNihilist,TheAntiNihilist (if not ChaoticGood),
27th Jan '16 5:46:05 PM ading
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By definition, a Knight Templar isn't actually good.
However, before you all run up to this alignment expecting it to hand out unconditional love and [[TheCakeIsALie free cake]], a small word of [[BewareTheNiceOnes caution]]: if this alignment is combined with [[GoodIsNotSoft Good Is Not]] ''[[GoodIsNotSoft Soft]]'', things can get [[VigilanteMan interesting]] and you could end up with a [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] Type neutral good character. That is to say, someone who will always, always do what ''they believe'' is right, and won’t let either [[LawfulGood laws]] or [[ChaoticGood personal freedoms]] get in their way. If played properly alongside [[GoodIsNotNice Good Is Not]] ''[[GoodIsNotNice Nice]]'', this alignment can be downright [[KnightTemplar scary]].
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However, before you all run up to this alignment expecting it to hand out unconditional love and [[TheCakeIsALie free cake]], a small word of [[BewareTheNiceOnes caution]]: if this alignment is combined with [[GoodIsNotSoft Good Is Not]] ''[[GoodIsNotSoft Soft]]'', things can get [[VigilanteMan interesting]] and you could end up with a [[Literature/{{Discworld}} Granny Weatherwax]] Type neutral good character. That is to say, someone who will always, always do what ''they believe'' is right, and won’t let either [[LawfulGood laws]] or [[ChaoticGood personal freedoms]] get in their way. If played properly alongside [[GoodIsNotNice Good Is Not]] ''[[GoodIsNotNice Nice]]'', this alignment can be downright [[KnightTemplar scary]]. scary.
21st Jan '16 3:29:48 PM MegaTroper123456
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* The OnlySaneMan, especially if the ChaoticGood character(s) are to crazy or weird to figure out what's going on.
10th Jan '16 10:21:54 AM nombretomado
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* SpongebobSquarepants, more so before the first movie, the rest of the time, including pre movie he is ChaoticNeutral.
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* SpongebobSquarepants, WesternAnimation/SpongebobSquarepants, more so before the first movie, the rest of the time, including pre movie he is ChaoticNeutral.
6th Jan '16 2:12:38 PM FF32
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* Despite most of his lines and values leaning towards LawfulGood Cole Phelps of 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.
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* Despite most of his lines and values leaning towards LawfulGood Cole Phelps of 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 free and convicting a paedophile who's clearly planning to harm kids despite most of the evidence leaning towards another suspect.
3rd Jan '16 12:01:14 PM nombretomado
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* Most of the protagonists in ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' are probably neutral good, helping people for their own sake and wanting to save the world for the good of all... Barring [[TokenEvilTeammate Gig]], of course, who'd rather [[ChaoticEvil burn what's left down to the ground and do a funny little dance on the ashes]].
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* Most of the protagonists in ''SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' ''VideoGame/SoulNomadAndTheWorldEaters'' are probably neutral good, helping people for their own sake and wanting to save the world for the good of all... Barring [[TokenEvilTeammate Gig]], of course, who'd rather [[ChaoticEvil burn what's left down to the ground and do a funny little dance on the ashes]].
14th Dec '15 1:41:40 AM ChrisX
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** Also Jaina Proudmore, probably the only human leader who is interested in peace (or perhaps even alliance) between The Alliance and The Horde post-''Warcraft III''.
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** Also Jaina Proudmore, probably the only human leader who is interested in peace (or perhaps even alliance) between The Alliance and The Horde post-''Warcraft III''. Unfortunately, she lost this trait after Theramore was bombed and was more into ChaoticNeutral, basically giving up that the Horde and Alliance can be at peace and for Azeroth to have peace, the Horde must be destroyed, and overall being a shadow of her former self.
12th Dec '15 7:34:28 PM nombretomado
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* Somewhere between "Literature" and "Comics", there are the protagonists of the XWingSeries. Wedge Antilles might seem LawfulGood, but will disobey orders, frequently [[FakeStatic faking interference]], if he sees the need. He's a [[MildlyMilitary Mildly]] MilitaryMaverick who gets enough success that the New Republic loves him. He also leaves the New Republic when he finds that the Rogues can't get back at a traitor due to diplomatic immunity, and all of his subordinates follow.
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* Somewhere between "Literature" and "Comics", there are the protagonists of the XWingSeries.Literature/XWingSeries. Wedge Antilles might seem LawfulGood, but will disobey orders, frequently [[FakeStatic faking interference]], if he sees the need. He's a [[MildlyMilitary Mildly]] MilitaryMaverick who gets enough success that the New Republic loves him. He also leaves the New Republic when he finds that the Rogues can't get back at a traitor due to diplomatic immunity, and all of his subordinates follow.
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