TAKING WHAT ONE IS OWED (DARK)
FORMS THIS MIGHT TAKE:
HUMAN NEED DRIVING THE GOAL (INNER MOTIVATION):
Esteem and Recognition: Characters who feel they have been forgotten or mistreated struggle with self-worth. Taking something by force is a way for them to reclaim their own power, increasing their self-esteem.
Love and Belonging: A character with no loving relationships won't be limited by the same moral convictions surrounding loyalty and propriety, making it easier for them to pursue this goal.
Physiological Needs: If a character who is struggling to survive sees others who have more than they need to get by, it could cause a deep anger at the unfairness, pushing them to take what they feel they are entitled to.