One thing first, please avoid spoilers (unless you tag them of course). I'm still playing this game for the first time right now. I'm currently at the obelisk. While playing Nocturne, I have a really hard time considering myself "the good guy". I try to be good if I get the chance but I mostly act practically. That includes pretending to be friendly to demons only to basically enslave them. It also includes sacrificial fusion and I admit I was a bit shocked about how straightforward the game is about this one's nature. To make matters worse, due to the nature of sacrificial fusion the benefit is greater with experienced demons, meaning that sacrificies often tend to be loyal companions. I realize that many of those demons would do the same or worse in my shoes, but does that really justify my "quest for power"? I contract them, keep them with me as long as they are useful, and as soon as I don't feel like I need them anymore I fuse them away or outright murder them (sacrificial fusion). It doesn't seem right. The story itself reflects little of this so far, only the voice in the labyrinth made me question whether I am not simply making myself a pawn of you-know-who. However, there are some hints that my actions are meant to be taken seriously. Recently, a succubus asked me something like "I can't bear to watch demon fusion. How about you?" with anwers "I like to watch." or "I always close my eyes when it happens." I told her I liked to watch, she complimented me on my strengths and gave me a gift. Am I just thinking too much about this, or do you also sometimes question yourself while playing Nocturne?