Created By: VampireBuddha on September 1, 2008
What some people seem to think Black and Grey Morality is. This trope is about where there are two sides in a conflict, but neither is clearly totally good or incredibly evil. Both consist of good, admirable people and have strong, justifiable reasons for fighting. Typically, the protagonists' side will come off as better than the other, but the audience will feel sympathy for the antagonists.
- Gundam Wing started off with the heroic Colonies rebelling against the evil Allaince and later OZ, but by the end, it was really hard to tell which side we were supposed to be rooting for.
- Justice League Unlimited: For the Cadmus Story Arc, Cadmus is presented as rather dodgy, but with legitimate fears about the dangers of superheroes. The heroes, meanwhile, had a habit of putting the good of their own members ahead of that of unpowered individuals most at risk of supervillains.
- According to this very wiki, Legend of Galactic Heroes is like this.
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