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In RealLife, the nature of Heel-Face Turn and FaceHeelTurn is subjective (one person's "seeing the light" is another person's "[[FaceHeelTurn heartless betrayal or fall]]" depending on what group the individual is going to or leaving). '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease'''

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In RealLife, the nature of Heel-Face Turn and FaceHeelTurn is subjective (one person's "seeing the light" is another person's "[[FaceHeelTurn heartless betrayal or fall]]" depending on what group the individual is going to or leaving). Therefore, '''Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease'''


In real-life the nature of Heel-Face Turn and FaceHeelTurn is subjective (one person's "seeing the light" is another person's "[[FaceHeelTurn heartless betrayal or fall]]" depending on what group the individual is going to or leaving). Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease

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In real-life RealLife, the nature of Heel-Face Turn and FaceHeelTurn is subjective (one person's "seeing the light" is another person's "[[FaceHeelTurn heartless betrayal or fall]]" depending on what group the individual is going to or leaving). Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease
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Compare the ReverseMole, who is secretly working for the good guys ''all along''. May be the result of a person that was GoodAllAlong. When someone who doesn't care one way or the other is forced to fight they become NeutralNoLonger.

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Compare the ReverseMole, TheMole, who is secretly working for the good guys other team ''all along''. May be the result of a person that was GoodAllAlong. When someone who doesn't care one way or the other is forced to fight they become NeutralNoLonger.

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* ''WebAnimation/HTFPlus'': [[spoiler:LG Creepybloom in HTF+CC 2.]]
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** A subclass in First edition - "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin The Redeemer]]" - gave Half-Orc Paladins the ability to invoke these in defeated enemies. Second edition made it the [[CharacterAlignment Neutral-Good]] Champion name.
* ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons''' Fifth Edition introduced the "Oath of Redemption" Paladin, which emphasizes that the path to redemption for evil-doers can be an arduous one, and that they should be given help along the way. The tenets ''also'' point out that there are some [[CardCarryingVillain who can never be redeemed]], [[GoodIsNotSoft and a Redemption Paladin should be willing to end the threat they pose]].


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* Music/TheMegas' take on Proto Man starts out driven by bitterness, [[TheResenter resentment]], [[TheFatalist fatalism]] and an all-consuming rage, fighting Mega Man and planning to kill Dr Light. By the end of the ''History Repeating'' double album, after receiving a KirkSummation from Mega Man, he acknowledges that Mega Man is the real deal, accepts that neither of them JustAMachine, and leaves to "[[HeroOfAnotherStory make [his] own history]]".



* Music/TheMegas' take on Proto Man starts out driven by bitterness, [[TheResenter resentment]], [[TheFatalist fatalism]] and an all-consuming rage, fighting Mega Man and planning to kill Dr Light. By the end of the ''History Repeating'' double album, after receiving a KirkSummation from Mega Man, he acknowledges that Mega Man is the real deal, accepts that neither of them JustAMachine, and leaves to "[[HeroOfAnotherStory make [his] own history]]".



* ''Theatre/{{Heathers}}'': While their movie counterpart didn't, Heathers [=McNamara=] and Duke both reform in the finale ''Seventeen'', [=McNamara=] after Veronica offered her to and Duke after seeing how happy everybody else as they stop being mean to each other.



* in''Theatre/LesMiserables'': Javert has a brief one after his HeelRealization upon being freed by Valjean when the latter could have easily taken revenge. Conflicted, he makes to arrest Valjean when he emerges from the sewers, but when he sees [[spoiler:Marius's body on his back]], he lets him go instead. He's so shaken by his own Turn that he [[spoiler:kills himself shortly thereafter]].



* ''Theatre/{{Heathers}}'': While their movie couterpart didn't, Heathers Mcnamara and Duke both reform in the finale ''Seventeen'', Mcnamara after Veronica offered her to and Duke after seeing how happy everybody else as they stop being mean to each other.
* in''Theatre/LesMiserables'': Javert has a brief one after his HeelRealization upon being freed by Valjean when the latter could have easily taken revenge. Conflicted, he makes to arrest Valjean when he emerges from the sewers, but when he sees [[spoiler:Marius's body on his back]], he lets him go instead. He's so shaken by his own Turn that he [[spoiler:kills himself shortly thereafter]].


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[[caption-width-right:275:TheGrinch, [[{{Jerkass}} before]] and [[TookALevelInKindness after]] a wondrous change of heart.]]

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[[caption-width-right:275:TheGrinch, [[{{Jerkass}} before]] and [[TookALevelInKindness after]] a wondrous wondrous, and literal, change of heart.]]

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* According to Quaker Oats, the Soggies finally got bored of losing to Advertising/CapnCrunch and have now found honest jobs for themselves as quality control testers at the AFCO Sponge Company.



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# A case of EvenEvilHasStandards, if one villain becomes a good guy to stop another villain from doing [[MoralEventHorizon something so horrible]] that they just cannot allow it.

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* ''Animation/HappyHeroes'': The plot of Season 7 episode 26 revolves around one of Big M.'s monsters, Punk Monster, leaving him and swearing to help people instead of hurting them. Big M. doesn't take kindly to this, calling out Punk Monster for doing some nice things such as cleaning up some garbage and closing the door behind him before he leaves since that's not what villains do.
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* Cookie Crisp mascot Chip the dog started off as a sidekick to the Cookie Crook, helping him try to steal Cookie Crisp. He later gave up his criminal ways and began giving Cookie Crisp to others and is now Chip the Wolf.

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* Cookie Crisp mascot Chip the dog started off as a sidekick to the Cookie Crook, helping him try to steal Cookie Crisp. He later gave up his criminal ways and began giving Cookie Crisp to others and is now Chip the Wolf. However, he did go back to his original ways without the Crook at some point.


* Cookie Crisp mascot Chip the dog started off as a sidekick to the Cookie Crook, helping him try to steal Cookie Crisp. He later gave up his criminal ways and began giving Cookie Crisp to others.

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* Cookie Crisp mascot Chip the dog started off as a sidekick to the Cookie Crook, helping him try to steal Cookie Crisp. He later gave up his criminal ways and began giving Cookie Crisp to others.others and is now Chip the Wolf.


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