Post a series that toi find has no black and white areas but has gray areas instead, is shown through shades of gray

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 Post a series that toi find has no black and white areas but has gray areas instead, is shown through shades of gray
 Mike88Al27 posted il y a 2 mois
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AquaMarine6663 said:
If toi mean morals wise, I've always thought Black Butler was a series that pulled this off well. Everyone is extremely flawed with their own motives, there's no "bad guys" vs "good guys" since everyone is horrible ou flawed in a sense.
Like the reapers are only hunting down Sebastian because they're doing their job, Sebastian is a loyal butler and helps Ciel with his goal but is only in it for his soul, Ciel is a wretched child but is a victim who went through many traumatic experiences, etcetera, etcetera...
There are very little characters who are evil just to be evil.
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 If toi mean morals wise, I've always thought Black Butler was a series that pulled this off well. Everyone is extremely flawed with their own motives, there's no "bad guys" vs "good guys" since everyone is horrible ou flawed in a sense. Like the reapers are only hunting down Sebastian because they're doing their job, Sebastian is a loyal butler and helps Ciel with his goal but is only in it for his soul, Ciel is a wretched child but is a victim who went through many traumatic experiences, etcetera, etcetera... There are very little characters who are evil just to be evil.
posted il y a 11 jours 
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And vice versa: Good just to be good, correct?
Mike88Al27 posted il y a 11 jours
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Yes, correct. There's few people that are good in the series just to be good. And if they are usually it's out of their own selfishness. :>
AquaMarine6663 posted il y a 11 jours
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-and not their own moral standpoint, I meant to add.
AquaMarine6663 posted il y a 11 jours
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Understood now
Mike88Al27 posted il y a 10 jours
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