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Take this paragraph for example: I am a follower, not a leader. Hell, I'm not even that good of a follower either, just someone who will do your bidding for the right price. Even then, if it doesn't benefit me -- or put you in debt to me -- I won't do it.

  • Do you need a fancy word for selfish,, or self-centered? – vickyace Jun 17 '16 at 8:52
  • I not too sure yet. Perhaps both? – Juliette Lingle Jun 17 '16 at 9:07
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Self-serving - MW

Having or showing concern only about your own needs and interests.

There are a TON of synonyms for selfish, pick yours: Thesaurus selfish. In my opinion, self-serving fits quite perfectly into your description.

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MercenaryODO

noun 1.1 A person primarily motivated by personal gain
"cricket’s most infamous mercenary"

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In the case of your example paragraph:

I am a follower, not a leader. Hell, I'm not even that good of a follower either, just someone who will do your bidding for the right price. Even then, if it doesn't benefit me -- or put you in debt to me -- I won't do it.

Moneygrabber

Fits well, which is a countable noun derived from:

Moneygrabbing

Very interested in money and trying to get as much money as possible. - Macmillan

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