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The problem with heroes and villains is that it’s not always easy to tell which is which. Particularly when you are one. Right and wrong used to seem so simple. When you’re little, you think the world is clearly divided into good guys and bad guys. When you grow up, you start to see the compromises and the tough choices and all the shades of grey. Then you find yourself in a world made up entirely of grey and the boundaries between right and wrong are so hazy you can’t tell when you cross the line.
When I took the job at Grey’s Tower, I was naïve enough to still believe I was one of the good guys.