Hello and welcome! This wiki is about Near Pure Good heroes. This is a concept that deals with heroes who are exceptionally noble and virtuous. These heroes are considered to almost be absolute good and outstanding for their actions. However, these heroes have notable preventions that make them fail the pure good criteria. These heroes may have notable corrupting qualities that make them less noble. They may also fail to other heroes who saved many people's lives or prevent a catastrophe. Regardless, these heroes are very noble for what they do.
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