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** ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}' character development since 2001 has largely consisted of him growing more cynical, not without reason. Mostly being let down by people he trusted. Among other things, he was tricked into cheating on his wife, was cheated on by his phoenix-crazed girlfriend, and his father figure kept his little brothers existence from him.

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** ComicBook/{{Cyclops}}' character development since 2001 has largely consisted of him growing more cynical, not without reason. Mostly being let down by people he trusted. Among other things, he was tricked into cheating on his wife, was cheated on by his phoenix-crazed girlfriend, and his father figure kept his little brothers brother's existence from him.



** ''ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin''. Despite having a very abrasive personality, she's loyal to Cyclops' side and the X-Men in general, regrets ruining her relationship with her brother and is thrilled to be with Kitty again in ''Uncanny X-Men Vol. 3''.

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** ''ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin''. Despite having a very abrasive personality, she's loyal to Cyclops' side and the X-Men in general, regrets ruining her relationship with her brother and is thrilled to be with Kitty ComicBook/KittyPryde again in ''Uncanny X-Men Vol. 3''.



* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', law enforcement is principally in the hands of Chief Bogo, a strict and blunt-spoken example of DaChief. When Judy Hopps, the newest rookie on the force, feels responsible for a sudden sharp rise in racial tension, he reassures her in a very Knight-in-Sour-Armor way.

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* In ''Disney/{{Zootopia}}'', ''WesternAnimation/{{Zootopia}}'', law enforcement is principally in the hands of Chief Bogo, a strict and blunt-spoken example of DaChief. When Judy Hopps, the newest rookie on the force, feels responsible for a sudden sharp rise in racial tension, he reassures her in a very Knight-in-Sour-Armor way.



* Alternative Universe Superman in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters''; Hernan has seen injustice, he knows about prejudice, racism, xenophobia, and poverty. He knows that most of the world doesn't hold a favorable view on him, he knows that he often gets blamed of things he doesn't do, he knows that America has an ugly side, and yet he fights monster and villains in order to protect the people who despise him so much.

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* Alternative Universe Superman in ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeagueGodsAndMonsters''; Hernan has seen injustice, he knows about prejudice, racism, xenophobia, and poverty. He knows that most of the world doesn't hold a favorable view on him, he knows that he often gets blamed of things he doesn't do, he knows that America has an ugly side, and yet he fights monster monsters and villains in order to protect the people who despise him so much.



* [[TheLancer Han Solo]] definitely becomes one of these by the end of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'', and fills a SourSupporter role for the rest of the Original Trilogy. In stories of the [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], it's seen that before the original trilogy was once fairly idealistic, though never to the point of being wide-eyed.
* Although [=MacGregor=] is fairly consistent throughout the film ''Film/RobRoy'' in standing by his own code of honor, he does have a moment of doubt after his money is stolen, his property ransacked, his wife raped, his brother killed, one of his clansmen shot and he himself has narrowly escaped being lynched. He starts believing that he should have gone against his principles by lying and saying that the Duke of Argyll was a Jacobite to avoid all the hardships he and others went through. His wife makes him see sense.

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* [[TheLancer Han Solo]] definitely becomes one of these by the end of ''Franchise/StarWars: Film/ANewHope'', and fills a SourSupporter role for the rest of the Original Trilogy. In stories of the [[Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse Expanded Universe]], it's seen that before the original trilogy he was once fairly idealistic, though never to the point of being wide-eyed.
* Although [=MacGregor=] is fairly consistent throughout the film ''Film/RobRoy'' in standing by his own code of honor, he does have a moment of doubt after his money is stolen, his property ransacked, his wife raped, his brother killed, one of his clansmen shot and he himself has narrowly escaped being lynched. He starts believing that he should have gone against his principles by lying and saying that the Duke of Argyll was a Jacobite to avoid all the hardships he and others went through. His wife makes him see sense.



* John Rambo, especially in Film/RamboIV. Traumatic experience from wars and the ugliest side of humanity has left the Vietnam War veteran a bitter, misanthropic man, but he will still go out all his ways to do the right things to save the people worth protecting.

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* John Rambo, especially in Film/RamboIV.''Film/RamboIV''. Traumatic experience from wars and the ugliest side of humanity has left the Vietnam War veteran a bitter, misanthropic man, but he will still go out all his ways to do the right things to save the people worth protecting.



* Most of the main characters are this to some extent in Literature/{{Animorphs}}:

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* Most of the main characters are this to some extent in Literature/{{Animorphs}}:''Literature/{{Animorphs}}'':



* 'Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' has a few of these.

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* 'Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' has a few of these.



* Although many of the older characters in Creator/AlexandreDumas ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' have elements of this, Athos is the primary example (and something of a TropeCodifier to many more recent writers).

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* Although many of the older characters in Creator/AlexandreDumas Creator/AlexandreDumas' ''Literature/TheThreeMusketeers'' have elements of this, Athos is the primary example (and something of a TropeCodifier to many more recent writers).



* In an unfamiliar timeline in Series/{{Andromeda}}, Nietzschean Gaheris Rhade wins his Episode 1 fight with Dylan Hunt and then enters the future 300 years later and, finding that his people have utterly failed to live up to his expectations, sets about rebuilding the Systems Commonwealth…not at all happily but with sour, dogged, determination. Eventually, he [[spoiler: decides he's not the man for the job, goes back 300 years, kills earlier self, and intentionally loses his fight with Cap. Hunt, creating the more familiar timeline]].

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* In an unfamiliar timeline in Series/{{Andromeda}}, ''Series/{{Andromeda}}'', Nietzschean Gaheris Rhade wins his Episode 1 fight with Dylan Hunt and then enters the future 300 years later and, finding that his people have utterly failed to live up to his expectations, sets about rebuilding the Systems Commonwealth…not at all happily but with sour, dogged, determination. Eventually, he [[spoiler: decides he's not the man for the job, goes back 300 years, kills earlier self, and intentionally loses his fight with Cap. Hunt, creating the more familiar timeline]].



* David occasionally takes this tone as well in the Old Testament (notably in Psalm 22).

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* David occasionally takes this tone as well in [[Literature/TheBible the Old Testament Testament]] (notably in Psalm 22).



--> '''Consort:''' ''[[HurtingHero "I see the sadness behind your eyes, it tells a story that makes me want to weep. Pain and loss.]] [[IronWoobie But it drives you, makes you strong. It is that strength that people are drawn to.]] [[MagneticHero It is why you lead and others follow without question.]] You will need that leadership in the battles to come."''

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--> ---> '''Consort:''' ''[[HurtingHero "I see the sadness behind your eyes, it tells a story that makes me want to weep. Pain and loss.]] [[IronWoobie But it drives you, makes you strong. It is that strength that people are drawn to.]] [[MagneticHero It is why you lead and others follow without question.]] You will need that leadership in the battles to come."''



--> '''Shepard:''' People are messy, awkward, sometimes selfish and cruel. But they're trying, and I'm going to make sure they have a chance.

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--> ---> '''Shepard:''' People are messy, awkward, sometimes selfish and cruel. But they're trying, and I'm going to make sure they have a chance.



* From the ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog'' series:

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* Siegfried Schtauffen from the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' started off as a delusional young man on a quest to find his father's killer[[note]]Really [[SelfMadeOrphan he did it himself]] by accident when he and his band of thugs attacked a camp they thought was housing army deserters[[/note]], believing that taking up the sword [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]] will allow him to accomplish it. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It didn't]] and it turned him into a slave of the sword, becoming known as the "Azure Knight" Nightmare and slaying countless individuals to [[HungryWeapon feed the sword's]] lust for souls. However he does eventually free himself from it and becomes a remorseful, driven man who believes his life is worth nothing if he can't put an end to Soul Edge as penance for his sins. Unfortunately, this one-track mindedness leads him to do some questionable things and also makes him a prime target for seduction by the [[UnholyHolySword Soul Calibur]], the counterpart to Soul Edge.



* This is probably the defining characteristic of Geralt of Rivia from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. As a mutant monster hunter, Geralt is hated by almost everyone and knows it since they mock him, spit on him and violently attack him just for being what he is. As a witcher, he is solely supposed to work for money killing monsters. That said, he ''is'' an actual knight, just one that barely uses the title if at all. Despite always telling himself and others that he only works for money and doesn't want to get involved with normal people or politics, Geralt seems to have one of the worst cases of ChronicHeroSyndrome of any character anywhere, constantly putting his life on the line for people who don't care if he lives or dies. This exchange from [[VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt the third game]] solidifies it.

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* This is probably the defining characteristic of Geralt of Rivia from ''VideoGame/TheWitcher''. As a mutant monster hunter, Geralt is hated by almost everyone and knows it since they mock him, spit on him and violently attack him just for being what he is. As a witcher, he is solely supposed to work for money killing monsters. That said, he ''is'' an actual knight, just one that barely uses the title if at all. Despite always telling himself and others that he only works for money and doesn't want to get involved with normal people or politics, Geralt seems to have one of the worst cases of ChronicHeroSyndrome of any character anywhere, constantly putting his life on the line for people who don't care if he lives or dies. This exchange from [[VideoGame/TheWitcher3WildHunt the third game]] solidifies it.it:



* Siegfried Schtauffen from the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' started off as a delusional young man on a quest to find his father's killer[[note]]Really [[SelfMadeOrphan he did it himself]] on accident when he and his band of thugs attacked a camp they thought was housing army deserters[[/note]], believing that taking up the sword [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]] will allow him to accomplish it. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It didn't]] and it turned him into a slave of the sword, becoming known as the "Azure Knight" Nightmare and slaying countless individuals to [[HungryWeapon feed the sword's]] lust for souls. However he does eventually free himself from it and becomes a remorseful, driven man who believes his life is worth nothing if he can't put an end to Soul Edge as penance for his sins. Unfortunately, this one-track mindedness leads him to do some questionable things and also makes him a prime target for seduction by the [[UnholyHolySword Soul Calibur]], the counterpart to Soul Edge.



* [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Heathcliff Sinclair]] of ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' puts on a [[http://www.sdamned.com/2009/05/05312009/ mean face]], but shows his [[http://www.sdamned.com/2010/02/02012010/ true colors]] when the chips are down.

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* [[JerkWithAHeartOfGold Heathcliff Sinclair]] of ''Webcomic/SlightlyDamned'' puts on a [[http://www.[[https://www.sdamned.com/2009/05/05312009/ com/comic/326 mean face]], but shows his [[http://www.[[https://www.sdamned.com/2010/02/02012010/ com/comic/327 true colors]] when the chips are down.



* Genie from ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries'' becomes this in one episode. He agrees to help the Mukhtar, a member of a genie hunting, magic sensing race that is considered the mortal enemy of all genies. The reason? If he does so, the Mukhtar will free his friends Aladdin and co., who have been captured and trapped in a magical locket. At one point the Mukhtar is attacked by a plant creature, and Genie seizes the opportunity to snatch the locket and run away. However, because he is a good guy, his conscience forces him to turn around and [[SaveTheVillain save the Mukhtar]] from the plant creature. Later he is betrayed by the Mukhtar and sold out to Mozenrath, a sorcerer who hired the Mukhtar to catch Genie. After being imprisoned in a crystal, he angrily says to himself "I could have run away, but noooooo, I'm a GOOD guy!" Later the Mukhtar turns around and saves the protagonists, including Genie, from Mozenrath, but the point still stands. Sometimes a good character will be disgusted with itself for doing the right thing when amorality could have paid off so much more.

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* Genie from ''WesternAnimation/AladdinTheSeries'' becomes this in one episode. He agrees to help the Mukhtar, a member of a genie hunting, magic sensing race that is considered the mortal enemy of all genies. The reason? If he does so, the Mukhtar will free his friends Aladdin and co., who have been captured and trapped in a magical locket. At one point the Mukhtar is attacked by a plant creature, and Genie seizes the opportunity to snatch the locket and run away. However, because he is a good guy, his conscience {{conscience|MakesYouGoBack}} forces him to turn around and [[SaveTheVillain save the Mukhtar]] from the plant creature. Later he is betrayed by the Mukhtar and sold out to Mozenrath, a sorcerer who hired the Mukhtar to catch Genie. After being imprisoned in a crystal, he angrily says to himself "I could have run away, but noooooo, I'm a GOOD guy!" Later the Mukhtar turns around and saves the protagonists, including Genie, from Mozenrath, but the point still stands. Sometimes a good character will be disgusted with itself for doing the right thing when amorality could have paid off so much more.


* ''ComicBook/SinCity'': John Hartigan is probably the last good cop in [[WretchedHive Basin City]], up until his forced retirement. He doesn't have much to show for it. Except for the knowledge that he did the right thing and a friend who stays by his side no matter what.

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* ''ComicBook/SinCity'': John Hartigan is probably the last good cop in [[WretchedHive Basin City]], up until his forced retirement. He doesn't have much to show for it. Except for the knowledge that he did the right thing and a friend who stays by his side no matter what. He even compares himself on several occasions to Galahad, one of the Knights of the Round Table.


* Siegfried Schtauffen from the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' started off as a delusional young man on a quest to find his father's killer[[note]]Really [[SelfMadeOrphan he did it himself]] on accident when he and his band of thugs attacked a camp they thought was housing army deserters[[/note]], believing that taking up the sword [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]] will allow him to accomplish it. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It didn't]] and it turned him into a slave of the sword, becoming known as the "Azure Knight" Nightmare and slaying countless individuals to [[HungryWeapon feed the sword's]] lust for souls. However he does eventually free himself from it and becomes a remorseful, driven man who believes his life is worth nothing if he can't put an end to Soul Edge as penance for his sins. Unfortunately, this one-track mindedness leads him to do some questionable things and also makes him a prime target for seduction by the [[UnholyHolyWeapon Soul Calibur]], the counterpart to Soul Edge.

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* Siegfried Schtauffen from the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' started off as a delusional young man on a quest to find his father's killer[[note]]Really [[SelfMadeOrphan he did it himself]] on accident when he and his band of thugs attacked a camp they thought was housing army deserters[[/note]], believing that taking up the sword [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]] will allow him to accomplish it. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It didn't]] and it turned him into a slave of the sword, becoming known as the "Azure Knight" Nightmare and slaying countless individuals to [[HungryWeapon feed the sword's]] lust for souls. However he does eventually free himself from it and becomes a remorseful, driven man who believes his life is worth nothing if he can't put an end to Soul Edge as penance for his sins. Unfortunately, this one-track mindedness leads him to do some questionable things and also makes him a prime target for seduction by the [[UnholyHolyWeapon [[UnholyHolySword Soul Calibur]], the counterpart to Soul Edge.

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* Siegfried Schtauffen from the ''VideoGame/SoulSeries'' started off as a delusional young man on a quest to find his father's killer[[note]]Really [[SelfMadeOrphan he did it himself]] on accident when he and his band of thugs attacked a camp they thought was housing army deserters[[/note]], believing that taking up the sword [[EvilWeapon Soul Edge]] will allow him to accomplish it. [[GoneHorriblyWrong It didn't]] and it turned him into a slave of the sword, becoming known as the "Azure Knight" Nightmare and slaying countless individuals to [[HungryWeapon feed the sword's]] lust for souls. However he does eventually free himself from it and becomes a remorseful, driven man who believes his life is worth nothing if he can't put an end to Soul Edge as penance for his sins. Unfortunately, this one-track mindedness leads him to do some questionable things and also makes him a prime target for seduction by the [[UnholyHolyWeapon Soul Calibur]], the counterpart to Soul Edge.

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* [[DefrostingIceKing Neku]] [[JerkWithAHeartofGold Sakuraba]] from ''VideoGame/TheWorldEndsWithYou'' eventually grows into this as a result of his CharacterDevelopment. He’s rude, incredibly sardonic, and is initially only driven by his own desire to survive no matter what, but he’ll do the right thing more often than not and even saves Shibuya thanks to his growing idealism and willingness to change for the better.


[[caption-width-right:320:[[WhenLifeGivesYouLemons When life]] [[LiteralMinded gives you lemons...]] You make armour from it.

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[[caption-width-right:320:[[WhenLifeGivesYouLemons When life]] [[LiteralMinded gives you lemons...]][[note]][[VideoGame/Portal2 Make life take the lemons back!!]][[/note]]]]

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* Blake from ''WebAnimation/{{RWBY}}'' has this mentality towards heroes, particularly {{Wide Eyed Idealist}}s like Ruby. She wants to end corruption, and refuses to [[spoiler:partake in the violence that The White Fang inflicts on humans, who systematically oppress Faunus]]. However, she balks at Ruby's heroic nature and desire for a happy, fairy-tale ending.
** Qrow is another prominent example: a depressed, cynical alcoholic who spends a lot of his free time mocking his allies and pointing out flaws in their plans, but still winds up risking his life to protect [[TheHero his niece]], her friends, and the world as a whole on a pretty regular basis.



* The regular robot in [[http://mattmcguigan.tumblr.com/post/162794297966/okay-bye-patreon-store-instagram this]] tumblr cartoon.
-->'''Regular Bot:''' The world is still a very magical place! Even if it is also full of garbage.


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* ''Machinima/RedVsBlue'': Most of the protagonists in this series are this, though special mention has to be given to [[TheCynic Church]]. Despite being a bitter, lazy, and sarcastic {{Jerkass}} most of the time, he always tries to do what's right and has even [[spoiler:willingly performed a HeroicSacrifice ''twice over'' just because he knew it was the right thing to do]].
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** Blake has this mentality towards heroes, particularly {{Wide Eyed Idealist}}s like Ruby. She wants to end corruption, and refuses to [[spoiler:partake in the violence that the White Fang inflicts on humans, who systematically oppress the Faunus]]. However, she balks at Ruby's more straightforwardly heroic nature and desire for a happy, fairy-tale ending.
** Qrow is another prominent example: He's a depressed, cynical alcoholic who spends a lot of his free time mocking his allies and pointing out flaws in their plans, but still winds up risking his life to protect [[TheHero his niece]], her friends, and the world as a whole on a pretty regular basis.
* The regular robot in [[http://mattmcguigan.tumblr.com/post/162794297966/okay-bye-patreon-store-instagram this]] Website/{{Tumblr}} cartoon.
-->'''Regular Bot:''' The world is still a very magical place! Even if it is also full of garbage.

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* Zig-zagged between BloodKnight and AntiVillain by the two 'M' brothers in Creator/JRRTolkien 's ''Literature/TheSilmarillion''. Of the seven sons of Fëanor, Maedhros and Maglor are the most honourable, empathetic and sworn enemies of Evil, yet their oath drives them into indescribable atrocities.


** The show ran afoul of this in its earliest seasons with a cast that could almost be described as a cluster of rain clouds who live and breath sarcasm and misanthropy. (Probably justified in a show focused on "especially heinous" assault and abuse cases.) Even the guest cast of suspects and crossover cast had nothing to add but more rain. Some episodes seemed to be a reminder how ''everyone'' hated life. In later seasons, the show started to get out of its funk.

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** The show ran afoul of this in its earliest seasons with a cast that could almost be described as a cluster of rain clouds who live and breath breathe sarcasm and misanthropy. (Probably justified in a show focused on "especially heinous" assault and abuse cases.) Even the guest cast of suspects and crossover cast had nothing to add but more rain. Some episodes seemed to be a reminder how ''everyone'' hated life. In later seasons, the show started to get out of its funk.



'''Alex:''' I opened my eyes. I opened them wide, and I saw that for twelve years I saw that I was a cog in a "holier than thou" wheel and the wheel keeps spinning and tossing off bodies as it goes.

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'''Alex:''' I opened my eyes. I opened them wide, and I saw that for twelve years I saw that I was a cog in a "holier than thou" wheel and the wheel keeps spinning and tossing off bodies as it goes.


* ''Franchise/DieHard'': John [=McClane=] gives a speech in ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'' where he pretty much describes himself as this.

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* ''Franchise/DieHard'': In ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'', John [=McClane=] gives a speech in ''Film/LiveFreeOrDieHard'' where he pretty much describes himself as this.this. Notably, it's not only to dissuade Farrell of the notion that he's a hero, but to encourage the kid to stand up and fight since they're the only ones who ''can'' save the day:
--> '''[=McClane:=]''' You know what you get for being a hero? Nothin'. You get shot at. You get a little pat on the back, blah, blah, blah, attaboy. You get divorced. Your wife can't remember your last name. Your kids don't want to talk to you. You get to eat a lot of meals by yourself. Trust me, kid, nobody wants to be that guy.
--> '''Farrell:''' Then why you doing this?
--> '''[=McClane:=]''' Because there is nobody else to do it right now. Believe me if there was somebody else to do it I would let them do it. There's not, so we're doing it. That's what makes you that guy.

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There's a reason the KnightInShiningArmor ''needs'' the shining armor--and the weapons.

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* [[Series/MisterRogersNeighborhood Mister Rogers]] knew that the world is a hard, often nasty place, and a necessary part of his worldview was that all human beings, himself included, have a monster inside. And yet he was one of the genuinely nicest and kindest-hearted people in the world.


* Creator/JonathanSwift, despite being a self-proclaimed MisanthropeSupreme who wrote entire books dedicated to proving ([[BlackComedy quite hilariously]]) that HumansAreBastards, nevertheless spent much of his life trying to help the powerless and dispossessed. He particularly tried to help the [[OnceAcceptableTargets Irish]] - [[ValuesDissonance even the Catholic ones]] - having himself seen (as an Anglo-Irishman born in Dublin) exactly how wretchedly they lived. Sometimes, [[Literature/AModestProposal he did both at once]]. Worth spelling out that Swift was the Dean of Dublin Cathedral, thus a high official in the Anglican Church of Ireland, which at the time believed that ''all Catholics would go to hell.'' (And it gets better - the Deanship was really a political appointment, so he was not just going against the policy of the Church, but of the State as well.)

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* Creator/JonathanSwift, despite being a self-proclaimed MisanthropeSupreme who wrote entire books dedicated to proving ([[BlackComedy quite hilariously]]) that HumansAreBastards, nevertheless spent much of his life trying to help the powerless and dispossessed. He particularly tried to help the [[OnceAcceptableTargets Irish]] - [[ValuesDissonance even the Catholic ones]] - having himself seen (as an Anglo-Irishman born in Dublin) UsefulNotes/{{Dublin}}) exactly how wretchedly they lived. Sometimes, [[Literature/AModestProposal he did both at once]]. Worth spelling out that Swift was the Dean of Dublin Cathedral, thus a high official in the Anglican Church of Ireland, which at the time believed that ''all Catholics would go to hell.'' (And it gets better - the Deanship was really a political appointment, so he was not just going against the policy of the Church, but of the State as well.)

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* Anonymous from ''VideoGame/BoxxyQuestTheGatheringStorm'' is a snarky, foul-mouthed {{Troll}} who likes starting arguments and treats the adventure like a bad joke… but he’s also Catie’s [[TrueCompanions truest companion]], who never backs down from doing what’s right, and would never think of turning his back on the party when they need him. In fact, he’s the one who pulls Catie herself back from the DespairEventHorizon not once, but ''twice'' during the course of the story.

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