Tolerance of 'Evil' Beings

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SailorStar9

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So, I was watching both Seasons of 'Nurarihyon no Mago' over the weekend and it got me thinking: just how tolerant is Usagi towards beings she deems as 'evil', like the generalized Yokai, for example?
 

SailorStar9

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What is that even suppose to mean?

Tolerant of mindless demonic entities?
Not exactly 'mindless' per say, just normal, manifested Yokai from Japan mythology.

Like the Yokai from 'Nurarihyon no Mago', where they are actually self-aware and behave like real humans.
 
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MariaTenebre

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It depends on how evil they are she usually tries to take them out. She also tries to turn some good that can be turned good.
 

lord Martiya

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By how she acts whenever a genius loci shows up during the manga... She takes them out if they attack people, otherwise she leaves well enough alone.
 
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This is a matter that may be up for debate, and I would like to think she would be more an interesting character if she didn't tolerate the supernatural.

What's interesting is how in the manga, she explicitly spared Death Phantom, even though he had killed people, because he was human. That would indicate that she wouldn't have had the same "mercy" to a non-human threat.

However, Usagi isn't proactive enough to act on her biases, so she's unlikely to become a creature hunter.