The exact opposite of Evil Light; those who fight for and/or use the light aren't the only ones who are good. Sometimes, a hero can tap into the so-called "dark element" and use it in many ways to save the day, such as casting shadows, using Reaper powers, etc.
Like Evil Light, Good Darkness can come in many forms, such as people gifted with dark power that are actually noble people, or people cloaked in darkness who help others or a hero who's theme or appaerance invokes the darkness, or a hero who operates only at night. As a result, their enemies usually have powers over light and have light themes.
Good Darkness isn't exclusively supernatural, though. Good Darkness can also refer to a hero that is extensively shrouded in both mystery and a dark past, and can or may use dark methods such as torture to achieve their goals. However, these characters are good at heart and their goals mean well. Examples of this type of anti-hero include Jack Bauer and John Creasy.
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