Quote Originally Posted by Peelee View Post
Your Neutral sounds remarkably like Good.
I can't say how much your statement depresses me, yet it doesn't surprise me much (which, come to think of it, is depressing itself)
Quote Originally Posted by Schroeswald View Post
Of course this reminds of the one thing I forgot in the post that took a few hours to actually compose

Mightymosy, you didn't actually answer my question, who, in your mind, qualifies as a Neutral character, you just gave one action that a Neutral character wouldn’t take, which disqualifies Enor, Gannji, Geoff and Fett, but doesn’t disqualify Xykon, Redcloak, Roy or Elan (the latter 4 of course being not Neutral, but they haven’t turned anyone over to Evil Empires).
Sorry I missed that. So you want examples of neutral characters?

This may surprise you, but I think most stormtroopers might be neutral. (because I assume most were likely pressed into service, given what the empire initially was probably modeled after (RW example).

I don't judge people if they need to do bad things when forced, or to survive.
Boba and Enor and Ganji are all depicted as freelancers. As in: they Freely chose to hunt down anybody the evil empire wants. They even take pride in their profession.

Enor and Ganji only started fighting Tarquin AFTER he betrayed them. That doesn't make them neutral or good in any way shape or form in my eyes.

Most bystanders in Star Wars are probably neutral.
But since Star Wars is a fairy tale about Good VS Evil, it is not surprising that most named characters fall firmly on either side.

Speaking of which, Han Might have been neutral at the start of Episode 4. He didn't care for others, but also didn't do evil stuff. Textbook neutral I would say.