->''"There are, always and only, the bad people, but some of them are on opposite sides."''
-->-- '''Patrician Havelock Vetinari''', ''Discworld/GuardsGuards''

In a {{Series}} with more than one AntiHero and AntiVillain, it can be hard to tell who's good and who's bad. Things can become even more mucked up when someone clearly switches sides.

If this is the case, it's a Hazy Feel Turn.

This is when someone doesn't waver from [[FaceHeelTurn black]] to [[HeelFaceTurn white]] and [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor back]], but from [[GreyAndGrayMorality gray to grey]]. We know the position's changed, but how so? Is he good or evil? Gone from good to a different kind of good? It's hard to tell because ''everyone'' in the piece wavers.

To be clear, the characters and readers know which side the turner is on (or at least which party he joined). It's about the readers not knowing if his turn was towards good or towards bad, because they don't know if the party he joined is good or bad. The other characters in the show will usually describe it as a HeelFaceTurn if he joined their group and as a FaceHeelTurn if he joined their enemies, because [[ProtagonistCenteredMorality most people will consider their own group the good side and the other side the bad side]]. In such cases, a character's true moral compass alignment is generally revealed more by the motive and means of their defection than by the act of defecting itself.

Keep in mind that this trope is about a change of sides, not about characters. It's not enough for a character to have an ambiguous alignment, he must also actively change sides from one ambiguous group to another (or from one good / bad group to another, as long as you can't tell which one of the two is better).

Often revealed to be a FaceHeelTurn or a HeelFaceTurn as people's motivations become better revealed. Often done by an EnigmaticMinion, EnsembleDarkHorse, or a WildCard.

Not to be confused with HeelFaceRevolvingDoor, where a character frequently switches sides in a BlackAndWhiteMorality setting.

'''Unmarked Spoilers Ahead''', for obvious reasons.



[[folder:Anime & Manga]]
* Happens a fair amount in ''Anime/CodeGeass'', especially with [[ChronicBackstabbingDisorder Suzaku]].
* In ''Manga/InuYasha'', [[AloofBigBrother Sesshomaru]] is a [[TheStoic stoic]] antagonist to Inuyasha who doesn't hate his younger brother, but wants to kill him for personal reasons. Once Naraku teams up with Sesshomaru and almost immediately betrays him, and the latter is tended to by [[MoralityPet Rin]], he more or less switches from Inuyasha's amoral antagonist into a lesser evil who is much more interested in killing Naraku. Spends most of the manga not officially allied to Inuyasha because he's too busy [[IWasJustPassingThrough just passing through]]. This changes after Magatsuhi enters the storyline. From that point on, he's much more open about helping and even protecting Inuyasha's group.
* The [[MoralityKitchenSink nature]] of ''Manga/OnePiece'' allows this trope to occur aplenty:
** X. Drake was formerly a rear-admiral of the Marines before he turned pirate. While there is no doubting that pirates are generally considered menaces by most of the populace, the corrupted World Government and the Marines have been shown to be just as cruel, making the nature of this change quite hazy indeed.
** Pirate Jango went from pirate to marine. Unlike the above example, this is probably a closer to a HeelFaceTurn considering it was ThePowerOfFriendship (and that pretty marine lady he saw, who was later on revealed to be [[ActionGirl Captain Hina]]) that motivated this choice. The former example made the change by killing a fellow marine ForTheEvulz. Both of these characters are still antagonists to the Straw Hat Crew, no matter what side of the law they're on.
** [[AxCrazy Head Jailer Shilliew]] was one of the more ruthless arms of the Government, then they locked him away for his treatment of prisoners. He was then freed by and joined the Blackbeard Pirate crew.
* In ''Manga/NabariNoOu'', Miharu runs away from Banten and joins [[WellIntentionedExtremist Kairoushuu]].

[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderTheRift'': With the War over the elite Fire-nation squad, the Rough Rhinos, have become mercenaries and now guard a joint Earth Kingdom Fire Nation run factory. They're still hostile towards the main characters and by books end their employer, Loban, is revealed as corrupt. After the conclusion it's unknown what happened to them but Vachir at least was seen marching in the Spirits' Friendship Festival with the reformed Loban.
** ''ComicBook/AvatarTheLastAirbenderSmokeAndShadow'': [[spoiler: Azula. Her entire BigBad plan amounts to destroying the New Ozai society that wishes to overthrow Zuko from the inside, and while she claims that she wants to make him a more ruthless Fire Lord who rules through fear, this makes him go the opposite route and she is shown looking ''pleased'' about this in the end, making one wonder if she was playing a reverse psychology ploy.]]
* ''ComicBook/{{Fables}}'' has many protagonists whose past histories range from morally ambiguous to outright villainous, and while they are the good guys now many don't express any regret for their past crimes, and have simply switched their loyalties (often out of self-interest) to their new community, which was formed more out of pragmatism and self-preservation than a desire for any sort of atonement.
** Possibly the most pronounced example of this is [[TheBigBadWolf Bigby Wolf]] who has simply taken the wolfish instincts of protecting family, pack and his territory and transferred them to Fabletown rather than solely himself, and is totally unrepentant for the ''thousands'' of sentient creatures he devoured for sport in his previous life.
** Another example is Frau Totenkinder (if there's a mysterious unnamed witch in any fairy tale, it was her,) whose magic is explicitly drawn from murdering children, and undertakes Fabletown's protection with the same amorality she's always had.

[[folder:Fan Works]]
* In ''Fanfic/GameTheoryFanFic'', ''Nanoha joins Precia'', but both sides of the conflict are sympathetic.
* In ''FanFic/AGunToLovesHead'' [[AntiHero L and Light]] don't really change that much after they've become allied with each other. They work together, they solve cases together, and sometimes they write in the notebook and kill together.

[[folder:Films -- Animation]]
* [[CoolHorse Maximus]] in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' turned from chasing Flynn Rider for stealing the crown to helping him escape the guards. But neither Flynn nor guards are the bad guys of the story.

[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* In the film of ''Film/{{Watchmen}}'', Dr. Manhattan does this at the end, defecting to [[WellIntentionedExtremist Ozymandias']] side from [[SociopathicHero Rorschach's]].
* By the [[Film/PiratesOfTheCaribbeanAtWorldsEnd third]] ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' everybody drops all and any pretense of decency and contracts ChronicBackstabbingDisorder. In other words, they basically become pirates.
* ''Film/TheLegendOfFrenchieKing'': [[{{Outlaw}} Louise]] and [[{{Sadist}} Maria]] are the {{Villain Protagonist}}s, and they fight each other for a ranch with oil. At the end, Maria and her brothers become part of Louise's gang because the two come to respect and befriend each other after a CatFight, and also because her brothers have married Louise's sisters.

* In the ''Literature/WarchildSeries'', the main character changes his allegiance three, arguably four times. And each time is subtle and we're not quite sure if he's sided with the "good guys" (if there are any) or not. He's not even sure, half the time.
* ''Literature/TheChathrandVoyages'' features a ton of this. It's set on a ship populated by a full MoralityKitchenSink, with a mind-boggling GambitPileup between almost every character. This means the three main protagonists are constantly switching allegiances depending on who's the most likely to help them stop whatever evil plan is the most pressing at the moment.
* Diana Ladris, the DarkChick in the FiveBadBand of ''Literature/{{Gone}}'', switches from Caine's side to Sam's side at the end of the fourth book,, but she's always been loyal, primarily, to herself, and this doesn't seem to have changed that, seeing as she only switched once [[ManipulativeBitch she lost most of the control she had over Caine after sleeping with him.]] Her decision was implied to have been partly out of conscience, partly out of self interest, and partly because [[TeenPregnancy she's pregnant.]]
* [[VillainProtagonist Alex]] of ''Literature/AClockworkOrange'' pulls [[WildCard a few of these]], but his most notable was at the very end when, furious at the revolutionaries' manipulation of his condition (intentionally driving him to a suicide attempt, hoping to garner public fervor against the government), he accepts the help of the government that brainwashed him in the first place. Of course, this is more EvilVersusEvil than GreyAndGreyMorality.
* ''Literature/{{Archvillain}}'': Kyle joins forces with Mike after he learns that [[spoiler: Mike is actually a LivingWeapon created by Kyle's future self.]] The morality of the turn is unclear, since both sides were more-or-less [[GrayAndGrayMorality gray]] to begin with.
* ''Literature/TheWitchlands'': By the end of the second book, Aeduen is no longer Iseult's enemy and has apparently decided to abandon Corlant's orders, but whose side he's on now - and whether he's even on ''any'' side - is hard to pinpoint.

[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer'': Spike relapsing back into his blood-drinking ways, only to be outed as a ManchurianAgent.
* ''{{Series/Angel}}'': Wesley stealing Angel's baby, then going solo for a while.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones'': The Tyrells join with the Lannisters to defeat Stannis Baratheon and keep King Joffrey on the throne, but also work on ways to undermine the Lannisters and [[spoiler: kill Joffrey.]]
* Several characters in ''Series/{{Heroes}}'', most notably Nathan, have done this at some point or another.
* Dear god, ''Series/{{Dollhouse}}''. Dominic's betrayal is probably the best example.
* The second season of ''Series/BoardwalkEmpire'' has the Commodore, Eli, and Jimmy conspiring against Nucky. All of these characters used to be on the same side, but Jimmy and Nucky are portrayed as sympathetic [[VillainProtagonist Villain Protagonists]] before and after the sides changed. The only hint that the conspirators are supposed to be the "bad guys" is that the Commodore and Eli have gotten much less sympathetic treatment lately.
* ''Series/TheXFiles'':
** Assistant Director Skinner. In the early seasons you weren't sure if you could trust him or not. Later on, when private scenes with Skinner revealed him to be an unwilling patsy for bigger forces, the adversarial relationship with his agents became somewhat redundant.
--->'''[[http://docohobigfinish.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/the-x-files-season-five.html Doc Oho]]:''' It's very nice to have Skinner involved in a regular investigation for once rather than having the light of suspicion thrown on him in the mythology episodes. Sometimes I wonder what he gets up to when he isn't having guns pointed at him by Mulder and Scully in their annual vendetta against him.
** Alex Krycek makes even less sense. He has a terrible case of ChronicBackstabbingDisorder, but it can be hard to tell just ''who'' he's backstabbing at any given time. Starts out as TheMole, until his bosses try to blow him up, and winds up in a few EnemyMine situations with Mulder (resulting in much FoeYay). He'll also try to play all his enemies off one another at the same time, until it's impossible to tell if he's working for anyone but himself. This tends to lead to him being TheChewToy whenever he gets caught.
* ''Series/{{Farscape}}'':
** Scorpius; after seeking asylum on Moya in the fourth season he becomes much cooperative with Crichton and the rest of the cast, but still puts his pursuit of wormhole technology above all and doesn't hesitate to scheme and backstab his way to get it.
** Crais pulled it somewhat earlier, leaving the space-fascist Peacekeepers and becoming the captain of Moya's hybrid child, the gunship Talyn, but remaining ambiguous for quite some time.
* Jack Bauer crosses the line of FaceHeelTurn sometime late in the final season of ''Series/TwentyFour'' when he goes on his RoaringRampageOfRevenge, but it's a little unclear whether he does it the second he initially goes rogue or originally had the more noble purposes he claimed he was carrying out and only went over it [[MoralEventHorizon after executing]] [[WhamEpisode Dana Walsh]].
* ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' has Stefan in the third season. Made so much murkier because vampires can turn their conscience on and off. For much of the season, he goes off the rails and it's hard to tell what his actual motives are.
* At the end of the fourth season of ''Series/{{Elementary}}'', Morland Holmes [[spoiler: becomes the new leader of Moriarty's organization, which means he'll now be involved in outright villainy, but he says that his motive for doing so is to ultimately destroy the group from within since it's impenetrable from the outside.]]
* After a tenure as ''Series/{{The Flash|2014}}'s'' second nemesis, Leonard Snart/Captain Cold (as well as his partner-in-crime Mick Rory/Heatwave) get {{Transplant}}ed to be part of the cast of ''Series/LegendsOfTomorrow''. Throughout the first season, although Snart may still have criminal ambitions in mind, he also grows more and more heroic [[spoiler:and even dies a hero.]] As for Rory, he's an AxCrazy {{Pyromaniac}} but he eventually displays loyalty to his team, and has even helped save the world several times by now; frankly, he has spent more time as a "Legend" (longer than even Snart himself) than as an enemy of the Flash. Regarding [[spoiler:his brief FaceHeelTurn near the end of Season 2]], that was a result of him being a victim of MistreatmentInducedBetrayal from his fellow Legends, and Mick immediately tried to set things right after [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone realizing his mistake]].

* The comic packaged with the ''Franchise/MastersOfTheUniverse'' figure Modulok tells that he formerly worked for Skeletor, but tired of him, joined Hordak to destroy his former master.
** Modulok's time as one of Skeletor's warriors was shown in moredetail in ''WesternAnimation/HeManAndTheMastersOfTheUniverse1983''. Then suddenly he hopped a portal to Etheria and started working for Hordak in ''WesternAnimation/SheRaPrincessOfPower''.

[[folder:Video Games]]
* Revolver Ocelot from ''Franchise/MetalGear'' switches sides so often in a [[GreyAndGreyMorality confusing world]] that it's impossible to tell if he's on the right side.
* The Praetorian Morality missions in ''VideoGame/CityOfHeroes'' are like this. It basically amounts to picking which side you like more.
* Unlike in the original ''VideoGame/DeusEx'', where the player was forced-allied with the conditionally good Illuminati against the unconditionally evil Majestic-12, in the sequel ''VideoGame/DeusExInvisibleWar'' everybody is a different kind of asshole and the player is free to switch allegiances like gloves.
* ''VideoGame/FalloutNewVegas'' allows you to switch it up as you want, and while say the Legion is evil, they also made peace out of the chaos of Arizona. It's up to the player to make a heavy choice between the Good-but-ineffective-and-corrupt NCR, the Limited-freedom-but-still-free Dictator, or the Evil-but-keeps-shit-in-order Legion. Alternatively, you can [[TakeAThirdOption seize power for yourself]], which turns into Objectivist Anarchy.
* ''VideoGame/Fallout4'': The SoleSurvivor can pull this off too, by going full on raider overboss in the Nuka World DLC, then switching sides to the Institute or the Brotherhood, or even being allied with the Children of Atom in Far Harbor. Becoming raider overboss means the Minutemen become hostile to you, while progressing too far along the Brotherhood or Institute quest line turns the Railroad against you. On the other hand, the Minutemen and Railroad are the only factions that cooperate, so you can remain allied with both those factions till the end, without having to switch any sides.
** The Far Harbor DLC gives us Grand Zealot Richter, who was previously Lt Brian Richter of the Enclave. While the Enclave are evil, the Children of Atom in this game are far from good.
* The Arcade Ladder endings for [[TheHero Liu Kang]] and [[EvilSorceror Shang Tsung]] in ''VideoGame/MortalKombat9'': Liu Kang replaces Raiden as the Thunder God and Protector of Earthrealm, and becomes DrunkWithPower. Bo'Rai Cho takes on Shang Tsung as a student and teaches him techniques that will allow him to defeat the power-mad Liu Kang.
* ''VideoGame/{{Ingress}}'' features the Resistance and Enlightened factions, both of which are chock full of GrayAndGreyMorality and one of which the player decides on when starting the game. If the player changers their mind, they may request a faction change, but it can be done once ''[[PermanentlyMissableContent and only once]]'', and comes with the penalty of losing all claimed portals and resetting to Level 1.
* In ''VideoGame/CrashBandicoot2CortexStrikesBack'', after Crash allies himself with Cortex to save the world, Nitrus Brio, formerly Cortex's NumberTwo, assigns minions old and new to stop you [[spoiler: when the plot turns out to be a trick by Cortex to obtain the world's power crystals, Brio gladly allies with Crash to dispose of him]]. While Ripper Roo and the Komodo Brothers' alignment remains ambiguous throughout the series after (they attack both sides on different occasions but never officially join Crash or Cortex), N Brio and Tiny Tiger revert to bad guys, even allying with Cortex again later on. This is particularly odd for Tiny, who despite first appearing as one of Brio's cohorts, is retooled as Cortex's [[UndyingLoyalty Undyingly Loyal]] creation.
* A pretty noticeable trope in the ''VideoGame/{{Kirby}}'' series. Whether the brooding [[AntiHero Meta Knight]] and [[AntiVillain troublemaking King Dedede]] are Kirby's allies or adversaries often changes at the [[HeelFaceRevolvingDoor drop of a hat]]. And just as confusing as their alignment in regards to Kirby is how their position changes within each game.
** King Dedede proved to have good intentions for breaking the Star Rod in ''VideoGame/KirbysAdventure'', only to intentionally cause trouble in ''VideoGame/KirbysDreamLand'' and ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar''. Then the two [[RivalsTeamUp teamed up]] as part of a rag tag squad to help a fairy reassemble a Crystal in ''VideoGame/Kirby64TheCrystalShards''. This seemingly put them on better terms, but it hasn't stopped them from butting heads from time whether King Dedede was of his own [[DemonicPossession free will or not]]. Play Nintendo has even labeled King Dedede as a "frenemy" for Kirby implying that [[FriendlyRivalry they no longer hate each other but still seem to be rivals]].
** Meta Knight's relationship with Kirby started off ambiguous. He sent Meta Knights to attack Kirby, but at the same time, gave Kirby a [[WorthyOpponent sword before dueling]] and even [[StealthMentor gave him power ups]] in certain levels. Since then, his actions in each game to seem to mostly have him shifting up and down the good guy spectrum. He goes from a NeutralGood knight, like in ''VideoGame/KirbyAndTheAmazingMirror'' where he went off alone to quell the threat facing Dreamland, and a ChaoticGood WellIntentionedExtremist willing to use a battleship to take over Dreamland and put it under better management. His position towards Kirby will often change throughout the game as well, often starting out as a full on HeroAntagonist before becoming TheLancer towards Kirby as [[RivalsTeamUp they set aside their differences to quell a bigger threat]].
** As of ''VideoGame/KirbySuperStar Ultra'', King Dedede apparently ended the grudge between the two with a final face-off. ''VideoGame/KirbysReturnToDreamLand'' might be the result of this, which had him join Kirby, Bandana Waddle Dee, and Meta Knight in an adventure to help an alien named Magolor repair his spaceship, which ultimately ended with them saving the universe. What effect this had on their alignment and how this speaks for their relationship with Kirby remains to be seen. Although Dedede did have to [[RivalsTeamUp team up]] with Kirby again in ''VideoGame/KirbyTripleDeluxe'', the plot never really called upon Dedede to come to any decisive resolve with Kirby, and it's not exactly made clear what their relationship is beyond this point.

[[folder:Web Animation]]
* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'':
** Sister initially ends up on the Red Team due to screwing up her orders, then later switches to the Blue Team when the other characters figure the matter out. Considering [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist both teams are pretty much the same]] as the other, and the [[FriendlyWar apathetic nature of the teams' conflict]] by that point, it doesn't really matter all that much.
** ProfessionalButtKisser Simmons makes a similar change, and nobody but [[AxCrazy Sarge]] takes it seriously, and even then, Sarge is only upset because Simmons painted himself Blue.

[[folder:Web Comics]]
* In ''Webcomic/EightBitTheater'', Black Mage leaves the Light Warriors to join the Dark Warriors. Drizz'l, the leader of the Dark Warriors, is voted out with Black Mage being the new leader. Drizz'l joins the Light Warriors. Then the other group of adventurers shows up, and is confused about who they should and should not be fighting, due to Black Mage switching sides. Then they hold another election. Then things get complicated, and Black Mage starts stabbing people.
* Pretty much any time someone changes sides in ''Webcomic/{{Erfworld}}''. Especially [[TheChessmaster Charlie]], a mercenary who's officially in the business of solving problems for clients, but has no problem letting clients get in deeper trouble so he can get paid more in the long run.
* ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'' has a lot of shades of gray in its characters, which can lead to a lot of this going on.
** Tarvek switching from the Storm King Conspiracy to Agatha's side and his own plan (which still ends with him as the Storm King) is a good example.
** Brother Ulm of the Corbettites seems to suddenly turn on Agatha, but he's not a bad guy, he honestly thinks (and given her family's history has ''every reason'' to think) that she is a danger to his fellow monks and will unleash some monster they have chained up. He becomes agreeable again when someone else unleashes the beast and Agatha insists on helping stopping it.
* ''VeganArtbook'' contains a seemingly accidental example: The comic being [[AuthorTract what it is]], Dolly going vegan is framed as a [[HeelFaceTurn grand moral epiphany]]. But considering how UnintentionallyUnsympathetic Yerdian's vegan [[DesignatedHero mouthpieces]] (and how UnintentionallySympathetic her {{straw|Loser}}-[[DesignatedVillain omnivore]] {{chew toy}}s) are, it reads as a HazyFeelTurn (at best) to anyone who doesn't already agree with her [[InsaneTrollLogic premise]].

[[folder:Web Original]]
* In the ''Literature/{{Prolecto}}'' series, a few of the succubi end up undergoing this. They decide to change things, because the world sucks... [[http://www.furaffinity.net/view/6721353 but then behave with remarkable control.]]
* ''Literature/{{Worm}}'':
** [[VillainProtagonist Skitter]] does this by joining the [[SuperTeam Protectorate]]...''after'' it's been exposed as essentially a front for [[NebulousEvilOrganization Cauldron]] and the leaders have been exposed as being guilty of crimes against humanity.
** Similarly, Flechette leaves the Protectorate to become Parian's lieutenant [[spoiler: and lover]] at about the same time.
* ''Roleplay/QuouseDND'': Lia went from working with thugs, to working with some shady figures for 10 years, to working with the party trying to save the world, to marrying [[spoiler:or rather, scamming, a rich noble from Quarmar]] before performing an apparent final Heel-Face Turn and [[spoiler:running off with Jojo.]] Needless to say, nobody's quite sure whose side she's on anymore.
* ''Franchise/{{Noob}}'' can have this happen due to the {{MMORPG}} in which it's set eventually having three mutually hostile factions, but all the main characters at least starting out as a member of the same one, which is the Empire. A webseries-only arc had Master Zen using his Empire avatar, but otherwise playing KnightOfCerebus to the protagonists before switching to the Order after it gets introduced in the game. The introduction of the Order also pushed Spectre, the Coalition's former top player, out of his retirement to join the new faction.

[[folder:Western Animation]]
* In ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'' the Dai Li are supposed to be working for the good-hearted Earth King, but in practice are clearly serving only themselves; they gladly help EvilChancellor Long Feng undermine their ruler, and then willingly start serving the Fire Nation invaders after Ba Sing Se's fall. By the time of SequelSeries ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'', they've finally been reformed to be unquestionably loyal to the Earth Queen... who happens to be an evil tyrant.
* At the end of the second season of ''WesternAnimation/{{Gargoyles}}'', David Xanatos lets the clan move back into their castle. He never actually repented for his misdeeds; he was just appreciative when the clan saved his son and redirected his energies away from screwing with them. Giving them the right to live in their castle didn't really require any sacrifice on his part anyways. The short-lived comic confirms that Xanatos is still plotting, he just tries to keep the Gargoyles out of it and he still has backup plans in case they interfere.
* Charmcaster at the end of both ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'' and ''WesternAnimation/Ben10Omniverse'' ends up not really being on the side of good but no longer up to anything evil either.
** From the same franchise, Argit flip-flops between friend and foe often, with the only consistency being that he does whatever is best for his own selfish interests.
* Peridot from ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'' has absolutely no remorse for the Gem Homeworld experiments she participated in that are going to destroy Earth, neither does she have any remorse for trying to kill the protagonists... but the moment she realizes she's ''trapped'' on the soon-to-be-destroyed Earth, she immediately reverses course and starts trying to help save it, mission be damned, even reluctantly accepting help from those she was until recently trying to kill. [[spoiler:And when she [[YouCantGoHomeAgain completely burns her bridges back to Homeworld]], the Crystal Gems effectively become her only allies. Overtime, however, it becomes a true HeelFaceTurn as she does end up genuinely accepting Earth as her new home and wanting to make up for her past sins.]]
* Heather from ''WesternAnimation/TotalDrama''. She did go through some redemption at the end of ''World Tour'', but she doesn't quite end up as being heroic either and it's quite hard to place her on the morality scale.