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Feb 5th 2019 at 8:53:30 PM •••

Don\'t know how to add. It\'s fanon in pretty much every Worm fanfic that Legend is the Paragon of the triumvirate. To the point that Cauldron keep him in the dark about their shadier projects in order to protect his pure pureness.

May 6th 2013 at 10:53:46 AM •••

I have been thinking of something: there is a belief that hope and fear are complete opposites. Could this mean that this trope's Evil Counterpart is the Terror Hero or am I mistaken?

Jul 30th 2012 at 8:02:12 AM •••

Amended this line in the intro:

Although if this character is in a story that features super powers, the character knows normal people need some help, but when it comes to things within their abilities, the paragon intends to be an example for them to follow.

The sentence is a-run on and somewhat unclear. I hope my revised version is clearer.

Dec 11th 2011 at 3:34:19 PM •••

Does Lelouch Vi Britannia (near the end of the series) count as this trope? With his sacrifice made in order to finish with the hatred.

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