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* '''Downplayed''': The good guys are fighting against the bad guys who may be evil, [[AffablyEvil but are really nice guys once you get to know them]].

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* '''Downplayed''': '''Downplayed''':
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The good guys are fighting against the bad guys who may be evil, [[AffablyEvil but are really nice guys once you get to know them]].


** The protagonists are {{All Loving Hero}}es/Heroines, and they hold this worldview while [[WeHelpTheHelpless helping those in need]], or [[HeelFaceTurn bringing the best in any villain.]]

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** The protagonists are {{All Loving Hero}}es/Heroines, and they hold this worldview while as motivation to [[WeHelpTheHelpless helping help those in need]], or and [[HeelFaceTurn bringing bring the best in any villain.]]

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** The protagonists are {{All Loving Hero}}es/Heroines, and they hold this worldview while [[WeHelpTheHelpless helping those in need]], or [[HeelFaceTurn bringing the best in any villain.]]

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** There is no conflict to speak of.


** GoodVersusGood.

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** GoodVersusGood.GoodVersusGood: Not only are both sides sympathetic; they're both unambiguously good.


** The heroes are so good-hearted that it's so [[TastesLikeDiabetes jarring]] while the villains are evil because [[LonersAreFreaks people mistreat them for being freaky loners of society]].

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** The heroes are so good-hearted [[PuritySue good-hearted]] that it's so [[TastesLikeDiabetes jarring]] while the villains are evil because [[LonersAreFreaks people mistreat them for being freaky loners of society]].


** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the villains are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet still have a higher moral ground.

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** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the villains are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet they still have a higher moral ground.


** Since fiction nowadays is GrayAndGreyMorality at best and BlackAndGreyMorality at worst, the author wants their story to stand out by portraying the heroes as unambiguously good and the villains as sympathetic and misguided, especially if the author simply dislikes real villains and finds them flat and cartoonish, but still finds charm in heroes.

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** Since fiction nowadays is GrayAndGreyMorality at best and BlackAndGreyMorality at worst, the author wants their story to stand out by portraying the heroes as unambiguously good and the villains as sympathetic and misguided, especially if misguided.
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the author simply dislikes real villains and finds them flat and cartoonish, but still finds charm in heroes.


** WhiteAndWhiteMorality, both sides are clearly good.

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** WhiteAndWhiteMorality, both sides are clearly good.GoodVersusGood.


* '''Exaggerated''': The good guys are the most [[IncorruptiblePurePureness purest]] and [[AllLovingHero kindest]] characters who are willing to give anyone a second chance. The bad guys are {{Designated Villain}}s who PetTheDog on occasions.

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* '''Exaggerated''': '''Exaggerated''':
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The good guys are the most [[IncorruptiblePurePureness purest]] and [[AllLovingHero kindest]] characters who are willing to give anyone a second chance. The bad guys are {{Designated Villain}}s who PetTheDog on occasions.occasions.
** WhiteAndWhiteMorality, both sides are clearly good.


** The heroes are [[AntiHero morally ambiguous]], but the villains are [[Anti-Villain always unambiguously good guys]].

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** The heroes are [[AntiHero morally ambiguous]], but the villains are [[Anti-Villain [[AntiVillain always unambiguously good guys]].


* '''Conversed''': "Why does it seem that this show only has no purely evil villains, while still having clear-cut heroes?"

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* '''Conversed''': '''Conversed''':
**Alice:
"Why does it seem that this show only has no purely evil villains, while still having clear-cut heroes?"


** The heroes specialize in fighting [[ObliviouslyEvil destructive monsters]] [[NonMaliciousMonster with no concept of morality]] & AlwaysChaoticEvil species.
* '''Discussed''': "Aren't villains supposed to be nasty and vicious? At least the heroes still save the day."

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** The While the heroes specialize in fighting [[ObliviouslyEvil destructive monsters]] [[NonMaliciousMonster with no concept of morality]] & morality]], they also have to deal with AlwaysChaoticEvil species.
species at a daily basis.
* '''Discussed''': "Aren't villains supposed to be nasty and vicious? At Oh well, at least the heroes are still save the day.kind and selfless."


** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the {{AntiVillain}}s are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet still have a higher moral ground.

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** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the {{AntiVillain}}s villains are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet still have a higher moral ground.


** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the bad guys are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet still have a higher moral ground.

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** ALighterShadeOfGray: While the bad guys {{AntiVillain}}s are still sympathetic, the heroes themselves aren't squeaky clean, yet still have a higher moral ground.



** The heroes are [[AntiHero morally ambiguous]], but the villains are [[AntiVillain always unambiguously good guys]].

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** The heroes are [[AntiHero morally ambiguous]], but the villains are [[AntiVillain [[Anti-Villain always unambiguously good guys]].

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