maybe the word gadfly is appropriate?
- One who upsets the status quo by posing upsetting or novel questions,
or attempt to stimulate innovation by
proving an irritant.
you might want to try chaordic
The portmanteau chaordic refers to a
system of governance that blends
characteristics of chaos and order.
you might also want to see the chaotic good
Chaotic Good is known as the
"Beatific," "Rebel," or "Cynic"
alignment. A Chaotic Good character
favors change for a greater good,
disdains bureaucratic organizations
that get in the way of social
improvement, and places a high value
on personal freedom, not only for
oneself, but for others as well. They
always intend to do the right thing,
but their methods are generally
disorganized and often out of
alignment with the rest of society.
They may create conflict in a team if
they feel they are being pushed
around, and often view extensive
organization and planning as
pointless, preferring to improvise.
While they do not have evil
intentions, they may do bad things
(even though they will not enjoy doing
these things) to people who are, in
their opinion, bad people, if it
benefits the greater good. Most elves
are Chaotic Good, as are some fey.
Starbuck from Battlestar Galactica,
Malcolm Reynolds from Firefly, and
Robin Hood are examples of Chaotic
Good individuals.Eladrin are the
outsider race representing Chaotic
and I'd like to add agent provocateur and instigator
A person who secretly disrupts a
group's activities from within the
group; an instigator, troublemaker
the above quote is for agent provocateur while this one is for instigator
A person who intentionally starts
something, especially one that