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Such a character might inspire Rooting for the Empire when the villains even if they are really bad, are seen as more likable than the main character.
The level of designation falls on a spectrum, in more minor cases it's where an Anti-Hero is treated as an Ideal Hero while a theoretically extreme case would be a character that a sensible work would treat as a Complete Monster being The Hero or in the darkest case a Complete Monster being a mild antihero when the audience feels that the term antihero is It should be noted however, that this accusation can be the result of audiences drawing the wrong conclusion. Some are meant to be jerks or ambiguous to begin with or develop morally questionable traits over time.
Unsympathetic Comedy Protagonist are also an inversion since they are meant to be booed and often laughed at by the audience but this can be a result if one of their jokes comes across as offensive to the audience members.
Not to be confused with The Chosen One, though they can occasionally overlap.
Some are meant to walk in the grey line with the author letting the audience decide on their own about whether a character is good or evil and keeping a truly neutral stance.
Or alternately, their morality may be meant to be completely foreign to humans.
Another inversion would be the Villain Protagonist, who, while presented as the ; rather the opposite.
(Ironically, a failed attempt at writing a Villain Protagonist can lead to misunderstanding the author's intentions and come off as a Designated Hero, though a work with a sympathetic Villain Protagonist can use this trope to their advantage by making the hero who opposes them this).
Note: In-Universe examples or Intentional ones go to Nominal Hero or Evil Hero."'..then Jack chopped down the beanstalk, adding murder and ecological vandalism to the theft, enticement and trespass charges already mentioned, but he got away with it and lived happily ever after without so much as a guilty twinge about what he had done.Which proves that you can be excused just about anything if you're a hero, because no one asks inconvenient questions.'"A Designated Hero is a character in a story who, despite being presented as heroic, is actually a Jerkass at best and an arguable villain at worst.In so-called 'guy movies', this is sometimes associated with an implausibly attractive woman inexplicably respecting that he came forward with this information and allowing it to wipe away all fault for what he originally did, despite the fact that most reasonable human beings would never want to see him again. Note that Values Dissonance can sometimes be a factor with this since the exact definition of what constitutes heroism has changed over time; a character that comes across as a Designated Hero to a modern audience might well have been The Paragon when the story was written in Feudal Japan or Ancient Rome.Of course even in modern society people will have different standards of what constitutes heroism.
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