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{{Quote|Friends? I thought this was supposed to be all about me.|[[Emperor Kuzco]].}}Heroes who exhibit extreme amounts of vanity, self-absorption and narcissism. They constantly think that they are more important, intelligent and special than they are and hardly see the truth. This may be done to provide a flaw to be over-come in the narrative, or may indeed just be part of the hero's core personality, living in awe of their own perceived power/glory.
 
{{Quote|Friends? I thought this was supposed to be all about me.|[[Emperor Kuzco]].}}Heroes who exhibit extreme amounts of vanity, self-absorption and narcissism. They constantly think that they are more important, intelligent and special than they are and hardly see the truth. This may be done to provide a flaw to be over-come in the narrative, or may indeed just be part of the hero's core personality, living in awe of their own perceived power/glory.
Egomaniacs are also the opposite of [[:Category:Selfless|Selfless]] heroes and the good counterparts of [[w:c:villains:Category:Egotist|Egoists]].
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Egomaniacs are also the opposite of [[:Category:Selfless|Selfless]] heroes and the good counterparts of [[w:c:villains:Category:Egotist|Egotists]].
   
 
'''NOTE: Egotistical heroes believe they are better than anyone else, thus putting themselves first. Therefore, [[:Category:Pure Good|Pure Good]] heroes never fall under this category.'''
 
'''NOTE: Egotistical heroes believe they are better than anyone else, thus putting themselves first. Therefore, [[:Category:Pure Good|Pure Good]] heroes never fall under this category.'''

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Friends? I thought this was supposed to be all about me.
~ Emperor Kuzco.
Heroes who exhibit extreme amounts of vanity, self-absorption and narcissism. They constantly think that they are more important, intelligent and special than they are and hardly see the truth. This may be done to provide a flaw to be over-come in the narrative, or may indeed just be part of the hero's core personality, living in awe of their own perceived power/glory.

Egomaniacs are also the opposite of Selfless heroes and the good counterparts of Egotists.

NOTE: Egotistical heroes believe they are better than anyone else, thus putting themselves first. Therefore, Pure Good heroes never fall under this category.

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