Always let your conscience be your guide.
~ Jiminy Cricket and The Blue Fairy
It's not simple......I would say that I am on the side of life.
~ Vision to the Avengers, when asked whose side he's on
I haven't decided to do squat. I saved this kid because I wanted to, you hear me? What about you? I seem to recall you putting your life on the line to save me last night? Tell me, were you really thinking about your duty when you rushed to help me? Of course not! That's the last thing on your mind when you save someone! At the very least, I choose to be different!
~ Ichigo Kurosaki to Rukia Kuchiki, declaring he'll help souls out of compassion, not duty
Put your heads together and think, and I'm certain you'll see what you need to do.
~ Sara Valestein to Class VII

Neutral Good is known as the "Benefactor" alignment. A Neutral Good character is guided by their conscience and typically acts altruistically, without regard for or against Lawful precepts such as rules or tradition.

A Neutral Good character has no problems with co-operating with lawful officials and rules but does not feel beholden to or affiliated with them. In the event that doing the right thing requires the bending or breaking of rules, they may or may not suffer the same inner conflict that a Lawful Good character would, and if they do, then perhaps not as seriously. That being said, they're arguably the best of heroes.

By the character alignment name, one should not be fooled. Neutral Good characters are not actually "neutral". Also, these characters are the opposite of Neutral Evil who are mostly neutral but on the evil side. Pure Goods can be Neutral good if they display no corrupting qualities and everything they do is for everyone's benefit and well-being (e.g. LuigiIzuku MidoriyaArthur Pendragon, Android 16, Link, Quasimodo, Spider-Man (MCU)Gandalf, Wander, DJ, Courage, Gizmo, and Hiccup).

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