- If they only did something bad out of "simply following orders", then the hero should still qualify as Pure if there was truly no other option, they feel absolutely no willingness to commit the bad things, feel remorse, and meet all criteria. No matter how horrible the ordered action was, the evil intent was still not in the hero's heart, therefore, making the one who ordered the bad things the villain, as the bad intent was in their[the one who gave out the orders] heart.
- Likewise, also meeting all criteria, if they do something good out of following orders, then they must feel willingness and feel good thoughts on the said action.
LinkGanonSlayer (talk) 21:50, February 27, 2019 (UTC)
Update the outdated information on the Pure Good page
The Pure Good page is locked because of its importance, but it has some parts which are outdated and are no longer present on Heroes Wiki. Firstly, Outright and Antagonists aren't categories anymore, they have red links and it's clear they aren't being brought back. Secondly, Toothless from HTTYD is present in the Mute section saying "An example of this is Toothless from the How to Train Your Dragon franchise, as, although he is a ferocious dragon, he is not a mindless predator, but a heroic companion who would do things to protect the lives of others such as Hiccup Horrendus Haddock III." but he was removed for being the complete opposite (his heroism was only taught to him by Hiccup and he is mainly animalistic in every other regard).