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** GreyAndGrayInsanity: Believing that everyone in a conflict is just as bad as one another, when it's far from the case.

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* ApatheticClerk: Doesn't care about who they sell they products to, even if they might use them for nefarious purposes.


* NeutralNoLonger: A neutral character chooses a side either good or evil.
* TheNeutralZone: A place owned by neither side of a conflict between waring factions. It's fair game what happens here.



* NeutralNoLonger: A neutral character chooses a side either good or evil.


* ChaoticNeutral: Character who is not only neutral but also rebellious and quite selfish.

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* ChaoticNeutral: Character who is not only neutral but also rebellious and quite selfish.selfish depending on their personality.


-->-- '''Treebeard''', ''TheLordOfTheRings''

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-->-- '''Treebeard''', ''TheLordOfTheRings''
''Literature/TheLordOfTheRings''

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* GodIsNeutral: The supreme deity is neither good nor evil.


* NotAlwaysEvil

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* NotAlwaysEvil NotAlwaysEvil: The mooks are revealed to not be inherently evil by nature.



* TeamSwitzerland

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* TeamSwitzerland TeamSwitzerland: A third party refuses to take any side.


* HazyFeelTurn

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* HazyFeelTurn HazyFeelTurn: A morally ambiguous character switches sides to another morally ambiguous faction.



* MoralityKitchenSink

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* MoralityKitchenSink MoralityKitchenSink: A work with various facets of morality.



* PlayingBothSides

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* PlayingBothSides PlayingBothSides: One organization or person plays two sides against one another.

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* ChoosingNeutrality: A good or evil character chooses the side of neutrality.


* HeroicNeutral

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* HeroicNeutral HeroicNeutral: They want to be left alone, and only get involved in the conflict when they are threatened by the villains.



* NeutralitySue

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* NeutralitySue NeutralitySue: Because they're neutral, they can do whatever they want.



* NotInThisForYourRevolution

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* NotInThisForYourRevolution NotInThisForYourRevolution: They fight the fight, but for their own reasons.



* RunningBothSides

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* RunningBothSides RunningBothSides: Both sides of a conflict are secretly being run by the same organization or person.



* TrueNeutral
* {{Ubermensch}}

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* TrueNeutral
TrueNeutral: The character is neither good, evil, lawful, or chaotic. He's simply the ultimate alignment of neutrality.
* {{Ubermensch}} {{Ubermensch}}: A character who lives by a personal code rather than a societal or divine moral code.


* AdoptTheDog

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* AdoptTheDog AdoptTheDog: Morally ambiguous character performs a good deed.



* DefaultToGood

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* DefaultToGood DefaultToGood: A neutral character decides to side with the good guys when it comes down to it.


* ChaoticNeutral: Neutral character who is quite selfish in their intentions.

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* ChaoticNeutral: Neutral character Character who is not only neutral but also rebellious and quite selfish in their intentions.selfish.


* BystanderSyndrome

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* BystanderSyndrome BystanderSyndrome: Character refusing to get involved in a crisis that doesn't concern him.

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