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About the whole anti-villain thing with Lucifer, true that Lucifer's actions were indeed his own fault as pointed out by Death and Gabriel, but wouldn't he still count as an anti-villain, because of how Lucifer kept telling himself and others that he was fighting to save the Earth from humanity before Gabriel exposed the truth about why Lucifer really wanted humanity destroyed?<ac_metadata title="Lucifer&#039;s status"> </ac_metadata>
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About the whole anti-villain thing with Lucifer, true that Lucifer's actions were indeed his own fault and he wasn't remotely as tragic a villain as he saw himself as, as pointed out by Death and Gabriel, but wouldn't he still count as an anti-villain, because of how Lucifer kept telling himself and others that he was fighting to save the Earth from humanity before Gabriel exposed the truth about why Lucifer really wanted humanity destroyed?<ac_metadata title="Lucifer&#039;s status"> </ac_metadata>

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About the whole anti-villain thing with Lucifer, true that Lucifer's actions were indeed his own fault and he wasn't remotely as tragic a villain as he saw himself as, as pointed out by Death and Gabriel, but wouldn't he still count as an anti-villain, because of how Lucifer kept telling himself and others that he was fighting to save the Earth from humanity before Gabriel exposed the truth about why Lucifer really wanted humanity destroyed?

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