Playing With / What the Hell, Hero?

Basic Trope: The hero gets called out for acting like a bad guy.
  • Straight: The Hero attempts to Shoot A Dog and his teammates object.
  • Exaggerated: The action was so heinous, that even the big bad calls him out.
  • Downplayed:
    • The Hero steals a cookie from the cookie jar and gets scolded over it.
    • The teammates don't straight-up yell at the hero for his actions or even act cold with him, but they were a little disappointed in him nonetheless.
  • Justified:
    • If the Hero hadn't been called out, he would have kept sliding down the slippery slope.
    • Up until now, the Hero has been a paragon of justice and humanity, so this act is surprising to his teammates, who can't help but wonder.
  • Inverted:
  • Subverted:
  • Double Subverted: The hero has a justification for what he did... but after hearing it, the one calling him out still says he shouldn't have done it.
  • Parodied: The hero Pokes The Poodle, and everyone forms an angry mob over it.
  • Zig Zagged:
    • The objector tends to overreact to the smallest thing; however, when the hero commits a truly horrible act, he's the only one to call him out. The hero justifies his actions with I Did What I Had to Do, which the objector agrees with... until pointing out there was another way. Said option was workable, but involved massive risk and could have resulted in Heroic Sacrifice; it's left unanswered whether the hero's solution was more pragmatic or not.
    • The objector calls out the hero arbitrarily, so it's impossible to tell whether it's out of moral objection or something else.
  • Averted:
  • Enforced: "We must create tension. Quick, call him out for doing something bad!"
  • Lampshaded: "Aw, man! This is gonna be one of those talks where you guys yell at me for needless property damage again, isn't it?"
  • Invoked: The Hero specifically selects a Lancer who will call him out so as to prevent himself from falling freely to evil.
  • Exploited: The Big Bad plans for The Mole to call out The Hero over something at just the right moment to cast doubts and weaken his Heroic Spirit so that the Big Bad can take advantage.
  • Defied:
  • Discussed: "Ugh, The Hero might be "good and all", but you know he's going to slip up and we are not going to let him get away with it then."
  • Conversed: "Finally! Someone called out the hero for being a douche."

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