Heroes, I think. I came into this world a blank slate, and Lady Death took a liking to me (I think originally because I was a dragon) andI wrote a thing and Tenebra took me on, so I became a red. I don't think I'm bad, but probably good guys, since I don't know anything about doing stuff for a good guy. But they probably have to go through it. Trying not to be the cliche "I hate killing," or the cliche "I do what I want. I kill righteously." They are, by nature, reactionary, so there's often less options open to them.
Then again, villains, being the opposite of reactionary, have to come up with schemes and plots and stuff, especially the people trying to be geniuses and not just low level common grunts. They have to plan extra special, make sure they plan for outcomes, face multiple heroes at once, and generally trying not to be a sucky villain or a cliche.
I lost my train of thought. There was something else I was thinking, but I lost my train of thought.
I go with Heroes ideas, most def
it's difficult when you have to overly account for morality
Not all heroes are overly moral.
Villain ideas for me, simply because I have issues writing villains for whatever reason.
Ditto, for some reason it seems easier to be overly heroic and save the day then thinking of ways to torture and cause pain.