Subverted: Dracone still behaves like a villain, but after being around with Alice, he becomes more nicer and completely tamed.
Double Subverted: ...but eventually, he sees Bob and other members and picks a fight with them. Other than that, he's still does good to others.
Parodied: Dracone was a school bully who gives every classmate painful wedgies. When he turned good, he still gives his newfound friends wedgies while showing respect for adults.
Zig Zagged: Dracone remains a vicious individual while changing his alignment, but Alice's sweet-nature made him a gentle human being, that's until his Berserk Button was unintentionally pressed by one of his teammates, so he returns to his ruthless nature until the others calm him down. He barely calms down while others suggest that he should take anger management classes.
Dracone joins the side of good with no villainous traits in sight.
Lampshaded: "I may be on your side now, but don't think I'm gonna change for any of you!"
Invoked: The protagonists can see the use of having a Token Evil Teammate to threaten people with, and so consciously don't go out of their way to do anything but point Dracon in the direction of people who need to be destroyed.
Dracone decides not to join the heroes if his behavior remains the same, so he stays true to himself as a villain.
Discussed: "I guess not all people can turn over a new leaf that easily."
Conversed: "I thought this guy was a changed man. Why does the writer make him continue killing people?"
Deconstructed: Dracone's habitually violent nature become gradually worse as he delights in killing not only criminals, but also innocents. This proves that he's worse than what he previously was when he worked with Emperor Evulz'. The heroes expel him out of the team, knowing that they can't completely tame his unstable behavior.
Reconstructed: Dracone realizes that he's gone too far, and for the first time in his life, he made a genuine Heel-Face Turn. Although he still has his flaws, Dracone will try his hardest to morally improve himself for the betterment of others.