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  • Do you think that he can be qualified as Amoral? i added the category some time ago, but i have removed it since Fenris has shown to have a clear moral agency (one of the reason on why this norse god is PE), but still, what do you think? 

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    • The comic book version of Lucifer has no clear concept of right and wrong, which goes the same to almost all god-like beings. All villains who cannot distinguish right from wrong fall under this category.

      He doesn't want to rule all of humanity or wipe them out. He just wants free will. So to answer your question, yes, I think he qualifies.

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    • Ok, thanks for the answer :)

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    • Also, would you consider him actually tragic? i do, but i'm not pretty sure.

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    • No, I don't consider him tragic. The comic book Lucifer, alongside all other versions of the Devil, uses his banishment to Hell as an excuse for his rebellion.

      However, you can add it because the article is about both the comic Lucifer and the TV Lucifer, and the "Type Dependent on Version" category is listed as well.

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    • Isn't the TV Lucifer just an anti-hero? 

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    • Yes. But, so is Ryan Reynolds' Deadpool, Tom Hardy's Venom and MCU Punisher when you think about it. Those three are anti-heroes but they still have villain articles as well. The TV Lucifer doesn't have one of his own because he hasn't committed enough crimes.

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    • Oh, ok.

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