A hero? A hero is someone who wants to be thanked for saving the world.
But the real hero is the one who is willing to be despised for doing it.
I would sideline Saber too if she kept trying to charge into battle despite limited prana and nerfed stats. You don't even need to see her get wrecked to know that shit is gonna end bad.
Code Geass is Chuuni as fuck
>MC and crippled sister are exiled royalty from the world's leading empire
>MC gets a power in his eye to control people from an immortal mysterious chick
>Power eventually goes out of control
>MC ends up unifying the world by having everyone hate him when he rules the entire world as a dictator
>He even plans out his own assasination
Someone who wishes for others to be in danger.
Somebody who SAVES EVERYONE.
This route really shows that Shirou values the meaning of family.
Goes mental and has war flashbacks when Shinji threatens his sister, and after finding out about Rin being related to Sakura he's always trying to get them back together. It's like another important theme in play.
Someone who is willing to fight for the right ideals because it is the right thing to do!
What if your servant's a really cute grill?
But what happens when everyone has been saved anon?
Someone who is fucking guilty about being alive thinking that he's living on borrowing time and will always try to save everybody to compensate for all the people that were sacrifficed in oder for him to live, even at the cost of not saving himself.
I think it would be you who does not understand JUSTICE!
Shirou wants to be an ally of justice because he wants to be like Kiritsugu and experience the same joy he felt when he saved Shirou.
Him being the only survivor of the Fuuyuki Fire has nothing to do with that goal.
A hero of justice is someone who does the right thing at a personal cost to themself.
Even when the world may turn against them, they persevere because they know what they did and what they will do is righteous.
Even when the public opinion would lambast and destroy them in all facets of their life, they keep a strong face and carry onwards, and even afterwards, they brush off any troubles, and live their own lives like they want and desire. They do the right thing, even when nobody is watching.
Because a hero of justice is not doing it for the fame, or the money; being a hero of justice may cost them all of those, it may cost them their family, their privacy, even their very life.
But a hero of justice does what they do because it is right, and because it is what must be done to keep safe those who lack the wherewithal to do the right thing themselves.
There are not many heroes of justice in the world, but many of the ones who are out there aren't considered "heroes". At least not right now, but maybe some day they will be seen for what they really are.