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22nd Feb '18 2:45:56 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Discussed in ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'': Christo, the Overlord of the "Certain Giant" Netherworld [[spoiler:who is actually an angel from Celestia]] is baffled as to why the rest of the Rebel Army leadersrhip is surprisingly compassionate and noble for a bunch of demons. In fact, in Chapter 11, [[spoiler:when the higher-ups of Celestia prepare to launch a WeaponOfMassDestruction that will destroy Void Dark ''but also'' inflict a lot of collateral damage to the surrounding Netherworlds, Christo wishes -- at first, anyway -- that his companions were more like the stereotypical power-hungry demons that he thought demons to be at first, so that it would've been easier to decide on fleeing the Netherworlds over trying to stop the launch. Christo finally coming to accept that this trope does exist leads him to blackmail Celestia into canceling the launch, giving him a dose of CharacterDevelopment.]]

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** ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'':
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Discussed in ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'': by Christo, the Overlord of the "Certain Giant" Netherworld [[spoiler:who is actually an angel from Celestia]] is baffled as to why the rest of the Rebel Army leadersrhip is surprisingly compassionate and noble for a bunch of demons. In fact, in Chapter 11, [[spoiler:when the higher-ups of Celestia prepare to launch a WeaponOfMassDestruction that will destroy Void Dark ''but also'' inflict a lot of collateral damage to the surrounding Netherworlds, Christo wishes -- at first, anyway -- that his companions were more like the stereotypical power-hungry demons that he thought demons to be at first, so that it would've been easier to decide on fleeing the Netherworlds over trying to stop the launch. Christo finally coming to accept that this trope does exist leads him to blackmail Celestia into canceling the launch, giving him a dose of CharacterDevelopment.]]]]
*** The Ultimate Demon Technique, created by Goldion, the Great Demon Fist, has this trope as a prerequisite. It requires the user to have a pure and innocent heart, something stated repeatedly to be nearly impossible for demons to have, as its arts revolve around cleansing the evil in others' hearts and having a strong desire to protect the people they value the most.
22nd Feb '18 2:32:37 AM LucaEarlgrey
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** Discussed in ''VideoGame/Disgaea5AllianceOfVengeance'': Christo, the Overlord of the "Certain Giant" Netherworld [[spoiler:who is actually an angel from Celestia]] is baffled as to why the rest of the Rebel Army leadersrhip is surprisingly compassionate and noble for a bunch of demons. In fact, in Chapter 11, [[spoiler:when the higher-ups of Celestia prepare to launch a WeaponOfMassDestruction that will destroy Void Dark ''but also'' inflict a lot of collateral damage to the surrounding Netherworlds, Christo wishes -- at first, anyway -- that his companions were more like the stereotypical power-hungry demons that he thought demons to be at first, so that it would've been easier to decide on fleeing the Netherworlds over trying to stop the launch. Christo finally coming to accept that this trope does exist leads him to blackmail Celestia into canceling the launch, giving him a dose of CharacterDevelopment.]]
8th Feb '18 8:00:14 AM gb00393
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* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Hound does not lie. When the Brotherhood tries to blame Gregor's crimes on him, he rebukes the accusation, but when they bring his actual crimes he admits to them without hesitation. Furthermore, when Arya snaps and kills a Frey soldier out of revenge (and food and fire). Sandor pulls her aside afterwards and tells her if she ever does that again... at least ''warn'' him first.
2nd Feb '18 4:35:57 PM morenohijazo
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* ''VideoGame/RandalsMonday'': The HorsemenOfTheApocalypse are pretty rational guys. They also keep their end of their bargains.
28th Jan '18 9:49:00 AM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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In Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is represented by [[Franchise/{{Disgaea}} Laharl]] from the ''Disgaea'' franchise.
27th Jan '18 2:12:54 PM MysticStarLover1221
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In Pantheon/TropePantheon, this trope is represented by [[Franchise/{{Disgaea}} Laharl]] from the ''Disgaea'' franchise.
21st Jan '18 9:53:45 PM CountDorku
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* Nox in ''WesternAnimation/{{Wakfu}}'' is willing to do almost anything to achieve his goals, but only because he thinks it'll all be erased when he succeeds, and shows a lot of respect to parents like Alibert, who are willing to fight and possibly die to defend their families.
6th Jan '18 6:57:38 AM GlitteringFlowers
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* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'': Zelgadis is self-serving but ultimately keeps coming back to the protagonists... no matter how much they tarnish his vaunted "cool and mysterious sorcerer-swordsman" image. He is also one true Mazoku. "The power of the Monster race flows from... terror, anger, sorrow, despair." And he's still the friendliest and nicest character in the series most of the time, despite his penchant for painful and infuriating pranks. The novels make this clearer. [[spoiler:Xellos sets a city on fire, just to convince Lina to take action. He also blames it on an enemy, to make her even MORE active. This is one of the scenes that proves him a MagnificentBastard.]] He definitely appears to be one, though.

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* ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'': Zelgadis Xellos is a self-serving but ultimately guy who keeps coming back to the protagonists... no matter how much they tarnish his vaunted "cool and mysterious sorcerer-swordsman" image. He is also one true Mazoku. "The power of the Monster race flows from... terror, anger, sorrow, despair." And he's still the friendliest and nicest character in the series most of the time, despite his penchant for painful and infuriating pranks. The novels make this clearer. [[spoiler:Xellos sets a city on fire, just to convince Lina to take action. He also blames it on an enemy, to make her even MORE active. This is one of the scenes that proves him a MagnificentBastard.]] He definitely appears to be one, though.
4th Jan '18 3:51:42 PM Santoand
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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' Hazel, a member of [[BigBad Salem's Faction]], seems to be the most noble of the bunch. When we meets the leader of the White Fang, Sienna Khan, who is about ready to kill him on the spot for being a human knowing the location of the White Fang base, he insist on hear him out and no one has to die. Adam however has different plans, he assassinates Sienna and usurps the throne from her. Hazel is not happy with this action and restates that no one had to die.

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* In ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' Hazel, a member of [[BigBad Salem's Faction]], seems to be the most noble of the bunch. When we meets the leader of the White Fang, Sienna Khan, who is about ready to kill him on the spot for being a human knowing the location of the White Fang base, he insist on insists that she hear him out and that no one has to die. Adam Adam, however has different plans, plans; he assassinates Sienna and usurps the throne from her. Hazel is not happy with this action and restates that no one had to die.
26th Dec '17 3:43:54 PM TheSinful
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* Zuko becomes this in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/TheMasksWeWear The Masks We Wear]].

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* Zuko becomes this in [[http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/FanFic/TheMasksWeWear The Masks We Wear]].''FanFic/TheMasksWeWear''.


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* Menma's gang the Black Foxes in ''[[http://ficwad.com/story/271665 Eroninja]]'' are noted as being one of the gangs that skirts the line between lawless decadence and lawful enforcers. They only seek freedom and comfort but they also don't go out of their way to make others suffer. The best example is their protection racket. Unlike [[ShameIfSomethingHappened most such rackets]], they actually do protect any under their care, whether it be from enemy gangs, fires, or even illness. If someone refuses, rather than getting roughed up or having their shop burned down, they simply don't get any protection. And since the city they operate in is partially controlled by another gang, most are happy to pay.
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