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* In the Literature/CthulhuMythos, most of the Outer Gods are either ambivalent or disinterested in humanity, or dormant in eternal slumber, and with what could best be described as BlueAndOrangeMorality. Nyarlathotep is the one that is neither, being a BlackSheep who is not only active and has human-like morality, but loves to screw around in mankind's affairs and drive people insane because [[ItAmusedMe it's funny to him]].


* PsychoSidekick: They have a mutual friendship, or family relationship, with one of the heroes which survives despite their basically evil orientation. But don't expect them to be helpful for anybody else.
** Sometimes, the friendship is established during the show, at which point the purely money-hungry evil teammate will "tip his hand" and [[FriendOrIdolDecision save his friend rather than get the idol]].

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* PsychoSidekick: They have a mutual friendship, or family relationship, with one of the heroes which survives despite their basically evil orientation. But don't expect them to be helpful for anybody else.
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else. Sometimes, the friendship is established during the show, at which point the purely money-hungry evil teammate will "tip his hand" and [[FriendOrIdolDecision save his friend rather than get the idol]].



* Among the exorcists in ''Manga/DGrayman'' we have Winters Socalo, a former death-row inmate. He was spared thanks to being an accommodator for the innocence and kept by the Black Order. The guy has showed [[SociopathicHero no concern for his disciple who died in battle]] and even outright mocks them in front of their coffins.

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* Among the exorcists in ''Manga/DGrayman'' ''Manga/DGrayMan'' we have Winters Socalo, a former death-row inmate. He was spared thanks to being an accommodator for the innocence and kept by the Black Order. The guy has showed [[SociopathicHero no concern for his disciple who died in battle]] and even outright mocks them in front of their coffins.



* Also X-related, [[ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin Magik]] from the ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' spent her whole time on the team battling her demonic side, but that didn't stop her from being the first to suggest killing some bad guys. When the other kids would tell her they don't kill, she would compromise by sending the villain to Hell.
--> "[[BlackComedyRape She is not to be physically harmed S'ym. Beyond that, use your imagination]]." -- following the team's capture of ComicBook/TheEnchantress.
** An adult version of Magik from an alternate universe filled this role for a while in ''Comicbook/{{Exiles}}''.



* In ''ComicBook/XStatix'', there was a bizarre inversion-subversion mix with Arnie Lundberg, the Mysterious Fan Boy, as a token ''good'' teammate in a team made up of people who don't care about morality at all. Arnie is an idealistic kid who believes being a hero is its own reward, and as such is easily the most moral member of the team ''ever''. He's also easily the one who has inspired the most fear, having terrorized his hometown with his RealityWarper powers with a total lack of remorse. Eventually friend of the team Lacuna takes it upon herself to kill him before he can cause any more harm.



* In ''ComicBook/XStatix'', there was a bizarre inversion-subversion mix with Arnie Lundberg, the Mysterious Fan Boy, as a token ''good'' teammate in a team made up of people who don't care about morality at all. Arnie is an idealistic kid who believes being a hero is its own reward, and as such is easily the most moral member of the team ''ever''. He's also easily the one who has inspired the most fear, having terrorized his hometown with his RealityWarper powers with a total lack of remorse. Eventually friend of the team Lacuna takes it upon herself to kill him before he can cause any more harm.
* Also X-related, [[ComicBook/IllyanaRasputin Magik]] from the ''ComicBook/NewMutants'' spent her whole time on the team battling her demonic side, but that didn't stop her from being the first to suggest killing some bad guys. When the other kids would tell her they don't kill, she would compromise by sending the villain to Hell.
--> "[[BlackComedyRape She is not to be physically harmed S'ym. Beyond that, use your imagination]]." -- following the team's capture of ComicBook/TheEnchantress.
** An adult version of Magik from an alternate universe filled this role for a while in ''Comicbook/{{Exiles}}''.



** There was also a downplayed variety with [[ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery Kid Loki]]. [[spoiler: Or rather, considering it was a personality copy of old Loki, one of the biggest bad guys in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, in the body of his younger self, straight token evil teammate. To make things more complicated Loki definitely thought himself evil and was source of around 80% of the team's problems (but only half of that was deliberate, he had [[MadGod issues]])... but he also [[ConscienceMakesYouGoBack failed at evil miserably]] saving their asses more than once.]]

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** There was also a downplayed variety with [[ComicBook/JourneyIntoMystery Kid Loki]]. [[spoiler: Or rather, considering it was a personality copy of old Loki, ComicBook/{{Loki}}, one of the biggest bad guys in the Franchise/MarvelUniverse, in the body of his younger self, straight token evil teammate. To make things more complicated Loki definitely thought himself evil and was the source of around 80% of the team's problems (but only half of that was deliberate, he had [[MadGod issues]])... but he also [[ConscienceMakesYouGoBack failed at evil miserably]] saving their asses more than once.]]



* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/OldWest'', Rattlesnake Jake is [[RecruitingTheCriminal hired]] by Sheriff Rango to help in protecting the town of Mud against the initially unknown threat. The [[TheDreaded notorious Grimm Reaper]] wouldn't otherwise care for the job if he hadn't been lately between jobs, and he makes it clear from the start that no-one should come between him and his targets. While Jake honors his contract and gradually shows his softer side to Grace Glossy and her son, he remains more volatile and homicidal than the rest of the heroes.

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* In the ''WesternAnimation/{{Rango}}'' fanfic ''Fanfic/OldWest'', Rattlesnake Jake is [[RecruitingTheCriminal hired]] by Sheriff Rango to help in protecting the town of Mud against the initially unknown threat. The [[TheDreaded notorious Grimm Grim Reaper]] wouldn't otherwise care for the job if he hadn't been lately between jobs, and he makes it clear from the start that no-one should come between him and his targets. While Jake honors his contract and gradually shows his softer side to Grace Glossy and her son, he remains more volatile and homicidal than the rest of the heroes.



** Archer Maggott is a bigoted, psychotic, woman-hating, murdering rapist, and Major Reisman knows it. But given that Maggott is also a trained G.I., and the operation needs all the help it can get, Reisman retains his services. Maggott doesn't mind volunteering for the mission once he realizes it could save him from the hangman. [[spoiler: Ultimately he goes completely insane, attempts to kill his teammates, and almost sabotages the entire operation, but for a while at least he was a warm body with a machine gun]].

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** Archer Maggott is a bigoted, psychotic, woman-hating, murdering rapist, and Major Reisman knows it. But given that Maggott is also a trained G.I., and the operation needs all the help it can get, Reisman retains his services. Maggott doesn't mind volunteering for the mission once he realizes it could save him from the hangman. [[spoiler: Ultimately he goes completely insane, attempts to kill his teammates, and almost sabotages the entire operation, but for a while at least he was a warm body with a machine gun]].gun.]]



** Nick's boss, Sean Renard, bounced between being an [[WildCard unreliable but powerful ally]] and being the BigBad who was directly opposing the Team Grimm.

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** Nick's boss, Sean Renard, bounced between being an [[WildCard unreliable but powerful ally]] and being the BigBad who was directly opposing the Team Grimm.



* In ''VideoGame/StarcraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', [[spoiler:Alarak]] is a ruthless MagnificentBastard with questionable morality and an ObviouslyEvil appearance, but he serves as one of Artanis' generals after a HeelFaceTurn. He even gets a handful of PetTheDog moments throughout the story.



** Hubert from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses'' falls into this if the player chooses the Black Eagles [[spoiler: and goes on to the Crimson Flower route.]] Hubert's list includes murder and he's wholly unrepentant of his actions, but at the end of the day he's a loyal ally to Edelgard.

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** Hubert from ''VideoGame/FireEmblemThreeHouses'' falls into this if the player chooses the Black Eagles [[spoiler: and goes on to the Crimson Flower route.]] route]]. Hubert's list includes murder and he's wholly unrepentant of his actions, but at the end of the day he's a loyal ally to Edelgard.



** Dhar, the first incarnation to join you, does so unwillingly after Ajna [[HowDoIShotWeb accidentally pulls him into her mind]]. [[YouKilledMyFather After he killed her father in front of her]]. His arrogant attitude and the fact that he served a bloodthirsty despot [[TheFriendNobodyLikes don't endear him to others, either]]. [[spoiler:As the game progressess, [[HeelFaceTurn he becomes genuinely heoric]]; Ajna [[SparedButNotForgiven can never truly forgive him]], [[TheAtoner which he accepts gracefully]].]]
** Razmi is a more light-hearted example, overlapping with NightmareFetishist. She's [[UndyingLoyalty extremely loyal]] to Ajna and never does anything worse than snark at her, but part of her loyalty comes from her enjoying Ajna's DestructiveSavior tendencies. She frequently encourages Ajna to embrace her darker aspects, to the annoyance of the rest of the party, and summons demons for her own amusement.

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** Dhar, the first incarnation to join you, does so unwillingly after Ajna [[HowDoIShotWeb accidentally pulls him into her mind]]. [[YouKilledMyFather After he killed her father in front of her]]. His arrogant attitude and the fact that he served a bloodthirsty despot [[TheFriendNobodyLikes don't endear him to others, either]]. [[spoiler:As the game progressess, progresses, [[HeelFaceTurn he becomes genuinely heoric]]; Ajna [[SparedButNotForgiven can never truly forgive him]], [[TheAtoner which he accepts gracefully]].]]
** Razmi is a more light-hearted example, overlapping with NightmareFetishist. She's [[UndyingLoyalty extremely loyal]] to Ajna and never does anything worse than snark at her, but part of her loyalty comes from her enjoying Ajna's DestructiveSavior DestructiveSaviour tendencies. She frequently encourages Ajna to embrace her darker aspects, to the annoyance of the rest of the party, and summons demons for her own amusement.



* In ''VideoGame/StarCraftIILegacyOfTheVoid'', [[spoiler:Alarak]] is a ruthless MagnificentBastard with questionable morality and an ObviouslyEvil appearance, but he serves as one of Artanis' generals after a HeelFaceTurn. He even gets a handful of PetTheDog moments throughout the story.



** Also interesting in that it's played completely straight, bordering on [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]]. The implications of a mostly good party putting up with the sometimes utterly despicable actions of a teammate who shows them little loyalty are thoroughly explored. And then [[DeconReconSwitch Reconstructed]] with Roy giving a lecture not only on how Belkar can be controlled, but why it would be a bigger risk not to try. The authorities of Law and Good actually agree with Roy, saying that they believe that Roy's influence has minimized Belkar's evil (and their projections of what Belkar might have become without Roy around are actually kind of scary).

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** Also interesting in that it's played completely straight, bordering on [[DeconstructedTrope deconstruction]]. The implications of a mostly good party putting up with the sometimes utterly despicable actions of a teammate who shows them little loyalty are thoroughly explored. And then [[DeconReconSwitch Reconstructed]] reconstructed]] with Roy giving a lecture not only on how Belkar can be controlled, but why it would be a bigger risk not to try. The authorities of Law and Good actually agree with Roy, saying that they believe that Roy's influence has minimized Belkar's evil (and their projections of what Belkar might have become without Roy around are actually kind of scary).



* In the third season of ''WesternAnimation/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPower'', Shadow Weaver - formerly the second-in-command of the Horde, and Adora and Catra's AbusiveParent - defects to the Rebellion in order to get revenge on Hordak and slots into this role. The show ''adamantly'' refuses to treat this as a HeelFaceTurn; notably, when Shadow Weaver comes up against Catra, it's treated not as a victory for the heroes, but as Catra's abuser coming back to hurt her again, even though at this point Catra is in the middle of a full-blown VillainousBreakdown driven by [[GreenEyedMonster her out-of-control envy of Adora]].

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* In the third season of ''WesternAnimation/SheRaAndThePrincessesOfPower'', Shadow Weaver - formerly the second-in-command of the Horde, and Adora and Catra's AbusiveParent {{Abusive Parent|s}} - defects to the Rebellion in order to get revenge on Hordak and slots into this role. The show ''adamantly'' refuses to treat this as a HeelFaceTurn; notably, when Shadow Weaver comes up against Catra, it's treated not as a victory for the heroes, but as Catra's abuser coming back to hurt her again, even though at this point Catra is in the middle of a full-blown VillainousBreakdown driven by [[GreenEyedMonster her out-of-control envy of Adora]].

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* ''VideoGame/WorldOfHorror'' has two examples:
** While most of the protagonists are teenagers, Haru is a 25-year old member of the yakuza who serves as a [[GetawayDriver driver]]. The SoleSurvivor of a disastrous attempt to rob an old, abandoned mansion that turned out to be far more dangerous than any of them anticipated, he gets involved in trying to stop the supernatural out of self-preservation.
** Unlockable character [[spoiler:Miku]], meanwhile, starts as one of your enemies, making a HeelFaceTurn after [[spoiler:you fill her sickly grandmother's Prescription for her]]. The game refers to them as the Chaos Survivor, stating in their description that they fight the Old Gods for their own selfish reasons rather than pursuing any greater good.

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* In ''Fanfic/TheSecretKeeper'' sequel ''The Wisdom Seeker'', in keeping with her status as the 'ruthless' Cullen in canon, Rosalie is the only Cullen who is considered for Slytherin (Alice, Edward and Emmett are automatically sorted to Gryffindor and Jasper is considered for Ravenclaw), but Harry assures Rosalie that just having those traits doesn’t make her a bad person.


** ''Manga/VentoAureo'''s La Squadra is mostly made up of [[AntiVillain Anti-Villains]] with plenty of redeeming qualities to them. The only exception is Melone, who's LackOfEmpathy and lecherous personality leaves even the rest of his team disturbed.

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** ''Manga/VentoAureo'''s La Squadra is mostly made up of [[AntiVillain Anti-Villains]] with plenty of redeeming qualities to them. The only exception is Melone, who's whose LackOfEmpathy and lecherous personality leaves even the rest of his team disturbed.


* Xellos from ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', Calling him a teammate is a bit of a stretch but he does hang around the heroes and they often work together, and he's a Monster who in turn works for more powerful monsters. Considering how powerful he is (one step or two steps below BigBad depending on the season) it would be hard and dangerous to make him leave. Most of the time he's AffablyEvil and [[ItAmusedMe dicking around with them for lolz]] so they tolerate him. Case in point, ''Slayers Try'' when Xelloss actually did betray Lina in order to recruit Valgav. When Lina found out, she merely hit him on the head a few times.
-->'''Lina:''' Xelloss is a monster, so we expect that of him.
* [[MadScientist Dr. Stein]] on ''Manga/SoulEater''. Most of the time he's more of a sociopathic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} than truly "evil", but he is much more morally-ambiguous and prone to insanity than the rest of the characters. In the anime, he even [[spoiler: has a temporary FaceHeelTurn, but he [[BrainwashedAndCrazy was not fully in control of himself at the time]]]].

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* Xellos from ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}'', ''LightNovel/{{Slayers}}''. Calling him a teammate is a bit of a stretch but he does hang around the heroes and they often work together, and he's a Monster (Mazoku) who in turn works for more powerful monsters. Considering how powerful he is (one step or two steps below BigBad depending on the season) season), it would be hard and dangerous to make him leave. Most of the time he's AffablyEvil and [[ItAmusedMe dicking around with them for the lolz]] so they tolerate him. Case in point, in ''Slayers Try'' TRY'' when Xelloss Xellos actually did betray Lina in order to recruit Valgav.Valgaav. When Lina found out, she merely hit him on the head a few times.
-->'''Lina:''' Xelloss Xellos is a monster, so we expect that of him.
* [[MadScientist Dr. Stein]] on in ''Manga/SoulEater''. Most of the time he's more of a sociopathic {{Cloudcuckoolander}} than truly "evil", but he is much more morally-ambiguous and prone to insanity than the rest of the characters. In the anime, he even [[spoiler: has a temporary FaceHeelTurn, but he [[BrainwashedAndCrazy was not fully in control of himself at the time]]]].


* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Peridot agrees to an EnemyMine with the Crystal Gems in the second season when she is stranded on Earth and they face a common danger in the Cluster. [[spoiler: She eventually is forced to join the Crystal Gems for real in "Message Received" when she unthinkingly mouths off at Yellow Diamond, who proves to not be the goddess of logic that she believed her to be, nor as respectful to her as the Crystal Gems.]]

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* ''WesternAnimation/StevenUniverse'': Peridot agrees to an EnemyMine with the Crystal Gems in the second season when she is stranded on Earth and they face a common danger in the Cluster. [[spoiler: She eventually is forced to join the Crystal Gems for real in "Message Received" when she unthinkingly mouths off at Yellow Diamond, who proves to not be the goddess of logic that she believed her to be, nor as respectful to her as the Crystal Gems.]]Gems. Come Season 3, this is more or less subverted after Peridot TookALevelInKindness.


* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'': Stewie Griffin in early seasons. Ironically however, while the rest of the family TookALevelInJerkass he's arguably [[TookALevelInKindness evolved into one of the more likable characters in the show]]. Which technically makes him the TokenGoodTeammate now.

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* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'': ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'':
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Stewie Griffin in early seasons.seasons, since he really wanted to kill his mother. Ironically however, while the rest of the family TookALevelInJerkass he's arguably [[TookALevelInKindness evolved into one of the more likable characters in the show]]. Which technically makes him He still has his moments though.
** Among Peter's friends, SerialRapist Glenn Quagmire is
the TokenGoodTeammate now.most amoral. Unless you count [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist Peter himself]].



* Bart Simpson in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', although all the main characters have their dark side (specially after {{Flanderization}} in later seasons) Bart was the most reckless and sociopathic in behavior to the point that his antics and mischievousness often went too far and were too extreme for the rest of the family, in some cases even causing real harm (both emotional or physical). Yet he still had his good side.

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* Bart Simpson in ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'', although all the main characters have their dark side (specially after {{Flanderization}} in later seasons) Bart ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'':
** In early seasons, Bart, despite his good side,
was the most reckless and sociopathic in behavior of the family to the point that his antics and mischievousness often went too far and were too extreme for the rest of the family, far, in some cases even causing real harm (both emotional or physical). Yet he However, Homer TookALevelInJerkass in later seasons and now he's often as reckless and sociopathic as Bart, or sometimes even worse DependingOnTheWriter.
** Among Homer's friends, the bitter, AxCrazy Moe is the meanest. Unless you count [[UnsympatheticComedyProtagonist Homer himself]].
** Among Bart's friends, Nelson is this. He often hangs out with Bart's group, despite being a bully to Bart and other kids in other episodes. He gets nicer over the years, but he's
still had his good side. quite violent.


* ''WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts'': One of the players on WesterAnimation/MickeyMouse's team in ''WesternAnimation/MickeysPoloTeam'' is the Big Bad Wolf from Disney's ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs''. Though the only really mean thing he does is unleash his trademark huffing and puffing on Shirley Temple and the Three Little Pigs when they heckle him from the stands.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts'': One of the players on WesterAnimation/MickeyMouse's WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse's team in ''WesternAnimation/MickeysPoloTeam'' is the Big Bad Wolf from Disney's ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs''. Though the only really mean thing he does is unleash his trademark huffing and puffing on Shirley Temple and the Three Little Pigs when they heckle him from the stands.


* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'': Tuffnut and Ruffnut who are considered to be too violent and reckless even for vikings' standards. They also find some pleasure in chaos and destruction and show some sociopathic behavior, but mostly harmless.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'': When asked who is the "evil triplet", they all point at Louie, who agrees.

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* ''WesternAnimation/ClassicDisneyShorts'': One of the players on WesterAnimation/MickeyMouse's team in ''WesternAnimation/MickeysPoloTeam'' is the Big Bad Wolf from Disney's ''WesternAnimation/TheThreeLittlePigs''. Though the only really mean thing he does is unleash his trademark huffing and puffing on Shirley Temple and the Three Little Pigs when they heckle him from the stands.
* ''WesternAnimation/DragonsRidersOfBerk'': Tuffnut and Ruffnut who are considered to be too violent and reckless even for vikings' standards. They also find some pleasure in chaos and destruction and show some sociopathic behavior, but mostly harmless.
* ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales2017'': When asked who is the "evil triplet", they all triplet" in the series premiere, Huey and Dewey both point at Louie, who agrees.



** Eddy, despite being TheLeader, is the most devious and anti-Heroic of the main trio.

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** Eddy, despite being TheLeader, is the most devious and anti-Heroic anti-heroic of the main trio.


* Mittens from ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' is an example [[spoiler:only in the title dog's mind]], but she sure plays the role to its hilt.

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* Mittens from ''Disney/{{Bolt}}'' ''WesternAnimation/{{Bolt}}'' is an example [[spoiler:only in the title dog's mind]], but she sure plays the role to its hilt.



* ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'': Rabbit often acts as a child friendly variant of the trope. He is certainly the most antagonistic of the other docile members of the Hundred Acre Wood, he is a GrumpyBear at worst however, and to many audiences the [[OnlySaneMan sanest]] and [[ThisLoserIsYou most relatable character]] of the series. He's even arguably the BigBad of ''Springtime with Roo'' (and the VillainProtagonist) until he realizes the error of his ways.

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* ''Disney/WinnieThePooh'': ''WesternAnimation/WinnieThePooh2011'': Rabbit often acts as a child friendly variant of the trope. He is certainly the most antagonistic of the other docile members of the Hundred Acre Wood, he is a GrumpyBear at worst however, and to many audiences the [[OnlySaneMan sanest]] and [[ThisLoserIsYou most relatable character]] of the series. He's even arguably the BigBad of ''Springtime with Roo'' (and the VillainProtagonist) until he realizes the error of his ways.


** Narciso Anasui from ''Manga/StoneOcean''. He may be one of the heroes, but he's still an AxCrazy [[SociopathicHero Sociopath]] who's crush on [[TheHero Jolyne]] can get [[StalkerWithACrush insanely creepy]] at times. However, as time goes on and Anasui receives CharacterDevelopment, he slowly becomes a better person and loses this trope.

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** Narciso Anasui from ''Manga/StoneOcean''. He may be one of the heroes, but he's still an AxCrazy [[SociopathicHero Sociopath]] who's whose crush on [[TheHero Jolyne]] can get [[StalkerWithACrush insanely creepy]] at times. However, as time goes on and Anasui receives CharacterDevelopment, he slowly becomes a better person and loses this trope.

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*In the mass [[Franchise/DisneyAnimatedCanon Disney]] crossover ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/1580546/1/Fantasia-Crisis Fantasia Crisis]]'', Helga Sinclair of ''WesternAnimation/AtlantisTheLostEmpire'' is initially dismissed by most of her ‘teammates’ when they learn about her role in the near-destruction of Atlantis, but Simba- essentially the team’s leader- is still willing to treat Helga as an ally as he acknowledges that there is a part of her that wants to be better, with the others eventually accepting her again.


** Bhaal, god of murder in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', manages to be this, even though his teammates are also evil. Bhaal, Myrkul and Bane took over various divine domains from the old god of death, Jergal. Bane is god of. Tyranny, which, while traditionally evil, does have positive connotations, like authority and order. Myrkul is god of death, which is usually LawfulNeutral or TrueNeutral, Myrkul was just being a dick about it. Bhaal, however, is the god of murder. His domain has no positive aspects, and he himself is an unrepentant killer and bully.

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** Bhaal, god of murder in the ''TabletopGame/ForgottenRealms'', manages to be this, even though his teammates are also evil. Bhaal, Myrkul and Bane took over various divine domains from the old god of death, Jergal. Bane is god of. Tyranny, of tyranny, which, while traditionally evil, does have positive connotations, like authority and order. Myrkul is god of death, which is usually LawfulNeutral or TrueNeutral, Myrkul was just being a dick about it. Bhaal, however, is the god of murder. His domain has no positive aspects, and he himself is an unrepentant killer and bully.


* Bezzler the thief in ''ComicStrip/{{Nodwick}}'' essentially stole everything he could get his hands on and nearly bankrupted his party several times before Yeager slipped him a "Magic Helm of C'ntrol-Ault-Delete" (and again until Nodwick dealt with him after this wore off). Although in day-to-day life Yeager seems to play this role despite not being officially evil (often helped by Artax), largely due to his tendency to treat henchmen as {{Acceptable Target}}s.

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* Bezzler the thief in ''ComicStrip/{{Nodwick}}'' essentially stole everything he could get his hands on and nearly bankrupted his party several times before Yeager slipped him a "Magic Helm of C'ntrol-Ault-Delete" (and again until Nodwick dealt with him after this wore off). Although in day-to-day life Yeager seems to play this role despite not being officially evil (often helped by Artax), largely due to his tendency to treat henchmen as {{Acceptable Target}}s.AcceptableProfessionalTargets.

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