Yes. Let's keep in mind that most of these wicks are from potholes from Anti-Hero entries - entries that, I notice, are usually some form of wankery about whether the character is Type X here and Type Y there and have no useful information on the Anti-Hero example.
If that's the case, then I retract all of my reservations. I guess I was confused by how the Negima pages recently had several instances of Zero-Context Example entries being only commented-out instead of being outright deleted, by what I assume to be a wider-scale drive to get rid of Zero Context Examples (apparently there's too many of them).
With over 5000 wicks, we'll need more hands here. I will be busy with Dead Little Sister and uni stuff in the next time so I won't be able to help much (and I've seen enough "Type X" chaff to last me for the next millenium)
Good cookies, by the way.
Now how is this typically done? Does someone feed all 5736 links on the "related" page into a bot that downloads all pages, looks for all entries containing Anti-Hero, and looks for the type labels on those pages?
Create the description entirely in TRS and run it through YKTTW for example gathering only.
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A hero who breaks the rules for a good cause, which might range from jaywalking to arson and murder, to genocide and torture, but it's all for a good cause. Some (Harry Potter and Dirty Harry might be examples) are quite moral people that are simply investigating a crime using their own methods rather than the official rulebook, others are The Unfettered, and still others are just plain nasty, dark heroes.
A sliding scale of how far a hero is willing to go into morally questionable territory to serve the cause of good.