Apparently I'm volatile, self-obsessed and don't play well with others.
~ Iron Man.

Mischievous Heroes (also referred as Heroic Troublemakers) mean well, but sometimes cause trouble and play jokes on the hero or villain and act a little devious.

Mischievous characters are not meant to be taken too seriously; therefore, they cannot count as Pure Good. Even if in very rare cases, some Pure Good can pull pranks (e.g. All Might, Terry Bogard, Jonathan Joestar, Judy Hopps, and Wander) they should go under the Tricksters category. Regardless, even if mischievous heroes are not meant to be taken seriously, they can still commit an extremely heroic act to prove their heroism. In spite of this, they can never be Pure Good, even if they cross the Goodness Zone at times or ocassionally.

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