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Really, this sounds incredibly pedantic. First, the woman Haley killed was an ASSASSSIN! One who would do the same to her given half the chance. Okay, not a shining beacon of morality, but still, to claim she\'s horribly corrupted because of the act? Belkar is understandable, and Vaarsuvius has shown regret for his actions.
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Really, this sounds incredibly pedantic. First, the woman Haley killed was an ASSASSSIN! One who would do the same to her given half the chance. Okay, not a shining beacon of morality, but still, to claim she\\\'s horribly corrupted because of the act? Vaarsuvius has shown regret for his actions, and was also rather hopped up and power-mad at the time. Still doesn\\\'t justify what he did, but he isn\\\'t making a habit of it.
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Half the team is good? Doesn\'t really sound like \
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Half the team is good? Doesn\\\'t really sound like \\\"Black and Grey\\\" to me. Haley still has the greater good in mind (She did take charge of the resistance when stuck in Sapphire City) Vaarsuvius is also pretty neutral and is willing to do a lot (And no question that the genocide spell was nasty) but they\\\'re kept under control by Roy.

The team doesn\\\'t fit the nature of the trope. It isn\\\'t \\\"Good guys with a few morally liberal members fight against evil.\\\" It\\\'s \\\"Not-so-evil fights against really evil.\\\"
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