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Height comparison between low profile mechanical keyboards that you can buy (or cant): https://www.reddit.com/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/irt8yt/height_comparison_between_low_profile_mechanical/
I compiled this list of all low profile mech keyboards that I'm aware of at the time of this post because I didn't find one while I was shopping for one and information was scattered. They are categorized by size first then sorted by price. TKL in this case is 80%.
I don't have plans right now to add kits, keycaps, switches, cases, etc, only fully assembled keyboards.
If you know of any other LP keyboards feel free to let me know and I'll add it to the list. Hopefully this helps anyone interested.
For anyone new to mechanical keyboards be aware that low profile keyboards, while slim, they lack customizability and there is a overall lack of options compared to standard high profile keycap keyboards. This is because no one is selling standardized keycaps, switches and other parts that would be interchangeable with each other. You will find it difficult to find coloured keycaps. In many prebuilts manufacturers make unique switches meaning you can't change out the switches with something else or find keycaps with stems that will fit the switches.
Edit: [group buy ended on 31/7/20]
Edit 2: Added Vortex Pok3r V2, Filco Ninja Majestouch Stingray, Klim Dash, MorgRie RKB68 Blue. Added 'coloured keycaps' to notes.
Edit 3: Added Cherry G84-5500, G84-4400, G84-4100, G84-5400, G84-5200, G84-4700, Sharkoon full size, Drevo Joyeuse V1, Gamdias P3, MorgRie 17.
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|Name||Switch Type (low profile)||Switch Colour||Size||Backlight||Software||Wireless Hybrid||Layout||Price (Approx)||Notes|
|Logitech G915 TKL||GL||Red, Brown, White||TKL||RGB||Yes||Bluetooth, USB Receiver||US, UK, DE, RU, ES, EU||$230|
|Filco Ninja Majestouch Stingray||Cherry MX||Red||TKL, Full||None||No||No||US||$165-$170|
|MorgRie RKB 68 Pink-Blue||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||65%||None||Upcoming||Bluetooth 4.0||US||$145 (limited time group buy)||Coloured keycaps|
|MorgRie RKB 68/60||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||65%, 60%||None||No||Bluetooth||US||$130-$145||Matching numpad sold seperately|
|Vinpok Taptek||Vinpok||Blue||70%||Rainbow LED||No||Bluetooth||US||$125-$130||Chiclet keys, mac compatible/layout|
|Cherry G84-5500 XS Touchpad||Cherry ML||Black||75%||None||No||No||US, UK, DE, FR, ES, IT, EU||$105-$160||Touchpad, Matching numpad sold seperately|
|Cooler Master SK630||Cherry MX||Red||TKL||RGB||Yes||No||US||$100-$125||Chiclet keys|
|Tesoro Gram Spectrum||Tesoro Agile||Blue, Red||TKL||RGB||Yes||No||US||$100|
|Vortex Pok3r V2||Cherry MX||Red||60%||None||No||No||US||$99||Coloured keycaps|
|iKBC Typemaster X400||Cherry MX||Red||TKL||White||No||No||US||$97||Volume Wheel|
|Cooler Master SK631/SK621||Cherry MX||Red||TKL, 60%||RGB||Yes||Bluetooth 4.0||US||$95-$150||Chiclet keys|
|Cherry G84-4400 Compact||Cherry ML||Black||75%||None||No||No||US, UK, DE, FR, ES, IT, EU||$90-$190||Trackball, Matching numpad sold seperately|
|Gamdias Hermes M3||Gamdias||Blue, Red, Brown, Black||TKL||RGB||Yes||No||US||$80-$100|
|Havit HV-KB390L||Kailh (PG1350)||Blue, Red||TKL||Blue||Yes||No||US, UK, DE, RU||$70-$85|
|Keychron K1 Version 4||Gateron||Blue, Red, Brown||TKL, Full||RBG, White||Upcoming||Bluetooth 5.1||US||$70-$80||Chiclet keys, coloured keycaps, mac compatible/layout|
|Hitsan Rapoo MT500||Unknown||Red||TKL||White||No||No||US||$70-$80||Mac compatible/layout|
|Klim Dash||Unknown||Red||TKL, Full||RGB||No||No||DE, FR||$70-$115|
|Sharkoon PureWriter TKL||Kailh||Blue, Red||TKL||RGB, Blue||No||No||US, DE, FR, IT, RU (RGB model), PT (RGB model)||$70-$100|
|DareU EK820||Kailh||Blue, Red||TKL, 65%||Blue||No||Bluetooth 3.0/4.0||US||$65|
|Keychron K3||Gateron, Keychron Optical||Blue, Red, Brown (Both Brands) / White, Orange, Black (Keychron Optical)||75%||RBG, White||Upcoming||Bluetooth 5.1||US||$64-$74||Chiclet keys, coloured keycaps, mac compatible/layout, hot-swappable|
|Cherry G84-4100||Cherry ML||Black||75%||None||No||No||US, UK, DE, FR, ES, IT, EU||$55||Cover, Matching numpad sold seperately|
|Anidees Prismatic TKL||Fraly||Blue||TKL, 65%||RGB||No||Bluetooth||US||$50-$90||Chiclet keys, battery required, choc keycap|
|Tecware Phantom L||Outemu||Blue, Red, Brown||TKL||RGB||Yes||No||US||$50||Hotswappable with Outemu|
|EagleTec KG060-BR||Custom||Cherry Brown Equivalent||TKL||RGB, Blue||No||No||US||$40-$55|
|Stoga Mechanical Gaming Keyboard||Unknown||Blue||TKL||Rainbow LED||No||No||US||$35-$40|
|Cherry G84-5400 XS Trackball||Cherry ML||Black||75%||None||No||No||US, UK, DE, FR, ES, IT, EU||$25-$145||Trackball, Matching numpad sold seperately|
|Hexgears X-1/K950||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||96%||RGB||No||Bluetooth 4.0||US||$120||Chiclet keys, carry case|
|Drevo Joyeuse Version 1||Kailh, Drevo||Red, White, Brown (Kailh) / Blue, Red, Black (Drevo)||96%||White||No||Bluetooth 3.0||US||$80||Chiclet keys|
|Drevo Joyeuse Version 2||Content||Red, White||96%||White||No||No||US||$70||Chiclet keys|
|Hitsan Royal Kludge RK929||Kailh||Blue, Black, Brown||96%||White and coloured sides||No||Bluetooth||US||$55-$90||Chiclet keys|
|Logitech G915/G815||GL||Red, Brown, White||Full||RGB||Yes||Bluetooth, USB Receiver (G915 model)||US, UK, DE, RU, ES, EU||$200-$250||G1-G5 keys|
|Hexgears Venture||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||Full||RGB||No||Bluetooth 4.0||US||$160||Chiclet keys|
|Roccat Vulcan 100/120/121/122||Roccat Titan||Red (121 model), Brown||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$150-$165||Chiclet keys, Volume Wheel, Detachable wrist rest (120+ models)|
|Corsair K70 MK.2 Rapidfire||Cherry MX||Red, Speed||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US, UK||$140-$185||Detachable wrist rest, USB passthrough|
|Alienware AW510K||Cherry MX||Red||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$140-$180||USB passthrough|
|Gamdias Hermes P3||Gamdias||Blue, Red, Brown, Black||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$130-$150|
|Anidees Prismatic 104||Fraly||Blue||Full||RGB||No||Bluetooth||US||$115||Chiclet keys, battery required, choc keycap|
|MSI Vigor GK50||Kailh (PG1350)||Unknown||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$105-130|
|Tesoro Gram XS||Tesoro Ultra Slim||Blue, Red||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$100-120||Chiclet keys|
|Cooler Master SK650/SK651||Cherry MX||Red||Full||RGB||Yes||Bluetooth 4.0 (SK651 model)||US||$100-$150||Chiclet keys|
|iKBC Typemaster X410||Cherry MX||Red||Full||White||No||No||US||$100||Volume Wheel|
|Roccat Vulcan 80||Roccat Titan||Brown||Full||Blue||Yes||No||US, UK, DE, FR||$90-120||Chiclet keys|
|Genesis Thor 420||Unknown||Blue||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$90-$95||Chiclet keys|
|Havit HV-KB395L||Kailh (PG1350)||Blue, Red||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US, UK, DE, JP||$85-$100|
|Motospeed GK81||Unknown||Blue, Red||Full||RGB||No||2.4Ghz USB Receiver||US||$80-$110||Volume Wheel|
|Sharkoon PureWriter||Kailh||Blue, Red||Full||RGB, Blue||No||No||US, DE, FR, IT, RU (RGB model), PT (RGB model)||$70-115|
|Cherry G84-5200||Cherry ML||Black||Full||None||No||No||US, DE, FR, BE, CH||$70-$150|
|Redragon K589 Shrapnel||Outemu||Red, Blue (upcoming)||Full||RGB||Yes||No||US||$60-$70|
|EagleTec KG050-BR||Custom||Cherry Brown Equivalent||Full||RGB, Blue||No||No||US||$45-$60|
|Gergo: Heavy||Kailh||12g Choc, 20g gChoc, 35g Pro Red, 35g Crystal Red||Ergo Split||None||No||No||$240 (prebuilt)||High profile MX compatible, blank keycaps|
|GergoPlex: Heavy||Kailh||12g Choc, 20g gChoc, 35g Pro Red, 35g Crystal Red||Ergo Split 36 Keys||None||No||No||$230 (prebuilt)||High profile MX compatible, blank keycaps|
|Corne LP||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||Ergo Split 42 Keys||RGB (Comfort Edition)||No||No||$215-$285 (limited time group buy)||Hotswappable with Kailh Choc, Two OLED displays available|
|Gergo||Kailh||12g Choc, 20g gChoc, 35g Pro Red, 35g Crystal Red||Ergo Split||None||No||No||$195 (prebuilt)||High profile MX compatible, blank keycaps|
|5x12 Ortho LP||Kailh||Blue, Red, Teal||Ortholinear 60 Keys||None||No||No||$170 (prebuilt)||Hotswappable with Kailh Choc|
|GergoPlex||Kailh||12g Choc, 20g gChoc, 35g Pro Red, 35g Crystal Red||Ergo Split 36 Keys||None||No||No||$160 (prebuilt)||High profile MX compatible, blank keycaps|
|Mistel MD650L Barocco||Cherry ML (ML1A)||Tactile, Silent||Split 65%||None||No||No||US||$159-$219|
|4x12 Ortho LP||Kailh||Blue, Red, Teal||Ortholinear 48 Keys||None||No||No||$145 (prebuilt)||Hotswappable with Kailh Choc|
|Planck Light||Kailh (PG1350)||Clicky, Linear, Tactile||Ortholinear 40%||RGB||No||No||$130-$150+ (limited time drop)|
|MorgRie RKB 17||Kailh||Red, Brown, White||Numpad||None||No||Bluetooth||US||$75||Matches MorgRie RKB 68/60|
|Cherry G84-4700||Cherry ML||Black||Numpad||None||No||No||$40-$95||Matches Cherry G84 Series keyboards|
|Hitsan Royal Kludge RK965/RK925||Shown in catalog|
|Plum Ortholinear Redux||Lack of info|
|Cooler Master SK851||Upcoming|
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[A Fractured Song] - Chapter 39 - Fantasy, Isekai (Portal Fantasy), Adventure
Teaser: After resolving their misunderstanding, Frances and her friends head to meet up with a supply convoy at Westfall Pass in order to protect them from possible goblin raids. However, they may soon need protection themselves.
Story Summary: After years of beatings and neglect from her parents, 13-year old Frances was summoned with her entire class to the fantastical world of Durannon to fight the monsters invading the human kingdoms and defeat the "Demon King." If she succeeds, she might have the home she never had. But if she can't overcome the trauma and self-loathing inflicted on her by her abusive parents, Frances will die, and be summoned back to the home she escaped, on the day that she left.
[The Beginning] [<=Chapter 38] [Chapter Index and Blurb] [Worldbuilding Interlude - Legend of Edana Firehand=>]
[Map of Durannon]
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In fact, as Frances, Martin and Elizabeth approached the highest point of the road between the two mountains, they found their ears filled with the noisy dance of leaves in the breeze. The howling wind acted as the trees’ orchestra.
It made for a nervous ride with the trio constantly trying to peek into the forest flanking them. Yet, the thick boughs of green cast dark shadows that left far too much to the imagination and not enough to see.
“So, do you have any tips about fighting goblins?” Elizabeth asked.
Frances pulled her horse to a stop. “Elizabeth, are you trained in mounted combat?”
“A little,” Elizabeth said with a wince.
“Then I would suggest you dismount. Goblins are really short and staying on a horse could be dangerous,” Frances said. She smoothly kicked her leg over her saddle and dismounted.
As she landed her boots slapped against the paving stones that made up the road that ran between Kwent, all the way to Erisdale. In peacetime, the road formed part of a highly lucrative trade route between the Kingdoms of Erisdale and Alavaria. The war had turned the road into the axis of the Erisdalian-Alavarian frontline.
“Don’t panic, or charge at them,” added Martin from his horse, his spear raised and ready. “I can trample over any groups of goblins as my warhorse is trained. You have to protect Frances on foot.”
“Got it.” Elizabeth hefted her war hammer. “Do you see the convoy yet, Martin?”
Martin peered down the road which slowly stretched across from him, snaking down under the shadow mountains and cutting through the woods that dotted the mountains lower slopes.
The road that snaked through this pass led into the Erisdalian county of Leipmont. In the distance, he could see a slowly rising dust cloud. He followed it down to a group of wagons.
The knight checked the position of the sun in the sky. “I think they’re late, but they’re coming. I give it two hours before they’re here.”
“Oh, well, at least they’re fine,” said Elizabeth, her grip relaxing.
Frances frowned, her eyes still scanning the trees around them. “Martin, do you think we should go ahead and join with the supply caravan?”
Martin pursed his lips. “Good idea. I don’t like just sitting here in the open road like this with just three people. We’re almost seven hours riding away from the camp too.”
“Weren’t our orders to meet with the supply caravan here, though?” Elizabeth asked.
Frances thought back to what Earl Darius told them. Try as she might, she couldn’t think of anything in their orders forbidding them from not intercepting the caravan.
“I’m going to mirror message Bernard, Earl Darius’s court mage and aide-de-camp.” Frances reached down to her a pouch on her belt and pulled out the hand-mirror that Edana had given her for her fifteenth birthday. With practiced ease, she opened the clasp and flipped it open so she could see her own reflection.
“We’ll cover you,” said Elizabeth, moving to take up a position behind Frances. Martin nudged his horse so he was shielding Frances from the front.
Frances blinked and found herself smiling. “Thanks.” She took a deep breath, focused her eyes on the mirror, sang while imagining Bernard in her mind. Clear, chiming notes filled the air and were carried by the wind into the blue sky.
The face ruddy, the blonde-haired man faded into existence on the mirror, replacing her reflection.
“Ah, Frances, is there a problem?” Bernard asked in a raspy voice that belied his complexion.
“A small one sir. We’ve reached Westfall Pass but the caravan is significantly late. We can see it approaching. With your permission, we would like to head to meet it.”
Bernard frowned. “How far away are they?”
Frances glanced up at Martin. “Martin, how far away?”
“Two hours march,” the knight said. He was loud enough that Bernard’s expression in the mirror morphed into one of annoyed disbelief.
“Seriously? I’m going to have to ask Earl Forowena to start knocking heads together. Alright, if that’s the situation, go ahead and join the caravan. Thank you for informing me,” Bernard said wearily.
“Thank you, Master Bernard,” said Frances. She closed her mirror and pocketed it.
“Right, let’s get going,” said Elizabeth, walking to her horse.
Frances nodded and made for her mare as well, though, she kept her wand in hand.
She had just grabbed the saddlehorn of her mare with her free hand when she caught a glint of light in the forest in front of her.
Frances didn’t think, she whipped her wand up and sang the E note. The note rang like a booming bell and reality warped to the image she held in her head, causing a compressed blast of wind to crash into the underbrush, flattening bushes and foliage to reveal a goblin.
Frances’s spell hit the two and a half feet creature in the chest and flung it backward. He slammed into the tree, eyes rolling inside its skull. The spell also knocked a short arquebus—an early gun that she had increasingly seen used by both fae-kin and humans—from his grasp. It had been its polished barrel that she’d seen.
In an instant, howls filled the underbrush, and Frances screamed, “Ambush!”
But even as she began the spell for a shield, arrows flew from both sides of the forest. She screamed out another note, trying to call upwind to knock the arrows aside, but she felt shafts slam into her back and front. She felt no pain as goblin bows were small and not powerful enough to pierce her quilted jacket, but the small shafts stuck to her jacket like someone had glued a bunch of wooden skewers to her.
“Frances! Oh my God!” Elizabeth screamed, rushing to her friend. Her horse and Frances’s had bolted and were running for the camp.
“I’m alright! Get your visor down!” Frances exclaimed. Elizabeth slapped her visor down as Frances looked around for Martin. “Martin? Martin!”
The knight was fighting with his horse, which was bleeding from several arrows embedded into its skin. Grunting, Martin scowled. “I’m fine! We need to run—”
Two cracks cut through the air. Elizabeth screamed from behind her. Martin’s horse whinnied and collapsed, the knight flailing as he was thrown from the saddle. Squealing war cries filled the air and Frances could see the foliage ruffle. Martin was thrown clear and was pulling himself up already, so Frances spun around to see Elizabeth.
Her friend was clutching her left arm, wide-eyed, as blood trickled down it, painting the chainmail red. “Frances, um, I think I’ve been shot,” Elizabeth said in disbelief.
With her left arm, Frances reached into one of her pouches and pulled out a roll of bandages. With her right arm, wand still in her hand, she pried open Elizabeth’s fingers. It was a graze, the chain mail was ripped open but she could see a gash rather than a hole. “Hold still!”
Frances pressed her wand to the wound and sang a quick motif, a less powerful, but shortened version of a wound-mending spell that she’d committed to her memory. Skin knitted quickly over the flesh.
“They’re coming!” Martin cried out, sword in hand.
Goblins swarmed out from the trees. Frances counted ten, no, twenty and they kept coming. They were short, the tallest was around three feet, but they all held spears and nasty looking daggers. They wore an assortment of protective gear, ranging from quilted gambesons to small breastplates, and from leather caps to pot helmets.
“Back to back!” Martin snapped.
Elizabeth and Frances scrambled to Martin, and they formed a rough triangle as the horde rushed towards them.
Elizabeth blocked a goblin’s stab with her wooden shield. She instinctively lashed out with her warhammer. The goblin tried to jump back, but it wasn’t fast enough and the hammer’s flat smacked it on the pot helmet’s head. The thin steel caved in and the goblin collapsed in a heap.
She stared at the corpse through the slit in her visor. She’d just killed a living thing. What would her parents think? What would her God think? What would her friends think...
“Elizabeth!” Frances screamed. A cone of fire-filled Elizabeth’s vision and the three goblins that were charging at her were engulfed in flames, their spears and axes falling to the ground. The screams of the goblins dancing in the fires stunned Elizabeth. It was like a movie, but she knew it was all too real.
Frances grunted, drawing Elizabeth’s attention, and she realized that not only were there a pincushion’s worth of arrows sticking out from her friend’s quilted jacket, but a goblin had also stabbed a spear into her shin.
Even as blood poured from her right leg, Frances trying to kick the goblin away with her left leg, whilst somehow still singing.
Elizabeth was moving before her feet realized it. Her warhammer swung and caught the goblin in the back, crushing his skull. “Frances are you—”
Frances raised her wand over Elizabeth’s shoulder and a bolt of lightning spat from her brownish-purple wand. The thunderous boom deafened Elizabeth’s ears and a white-hot beam of plasma spat from the wand through the wave of advancing goblins, cutting a swathe through them. Many were thrown away by the force of the lightning, whilst others screamed and fell, burning or smoking.
“I’m fine! Watch Martin’s back!” Frances cried out from between clenched teeth. Elizabeth blinked and ears still ringing, she spun around just in time to see a goblin going for Martin’s back. She smashed the little green fae off his feet with her shield boss and immediately faced the next goblin.
“Frances, Elizabeth, talk to me!” bellowed Martin. The goblins were trying to crowd him, keeping just out of the reach of his arming sword, before rushing him, two or three at a time. Wielding his sword in both hands, Martin used quick chops and cuts precisely aimed to parry before quickly dispatching the goblins, allowing his chainmail and plate armour to take the hits. With his vision limited by the slit in his visor however, his ears filled with the roar of his own blood, Martin couldn’t really tell how his companions were doing.
“I’m fine, Frances’s leg is hurt,” said Elizabeth. From the corner of his visor, Martin saw her swing with inhumanly fast speed at a goblin, who managed to raise his spear to block. However, Elizabeth's hammer smashed through the wood and crushed his chest.
Martin quickly had to turn his attention back to his front. Four goblins were facing him, spears at the ready, but they were just staying out of his reach. He stepped forward and they danced back. He took a step back, the goblins scurried forward.
“They’re keeping me occupied but I can’t get at them without exposing you!” Martin cursed.
He heard Frances cry out a tune with a slow, swaying, almost dance-like melody. The road shook, the paved stones trembling. Martin could see the goblin’s eyes widen, and their mouths drop open with disbelief to reveal small, uncannily human-like teeth. He resisted the temptation to turn around, but he did move his head slightly.
Martin was met with the sight of a curved wall of packed earth intermixed with stone from the road that blocked Frances and Elizabeth off from any goblins. It was taller than ten feet and insurmountable to any goblin. The only opening was in front of where he—in all his armour—was standing.
“That is brilliant,” said Martin. He turned back to the goblins, smiling, and they, as if sensing his grin, slowly backed away. They still had their weapons ready and were glaring at him, but they didn’t advance.
Elizabeth's voice was cracking with worry. “Frances, you’re hurt." Martin froze, and worry coursed through his veins.
“Elizabeth, I’m fine. Help Martin hold the corral. I need to call for reinforcements,” Frances said. There was a strain in her voice, but also the strength to it that reassured Martin as he watched the goblins.
“You can't teleport us out, right? You said you just learnt the spell?” Elizabeth asked.
Frances shook her head, whimpering, "Sorry."
Martin sighed. Well, at least the goblins were still staying back, which was just fine with him. However, Martin suspected that the goblins were planning something.
“Whatever you’re doing, Frances, hurry, please. They’re up to something,” Martin said.
“Maybe they’re waiting for backup? Oh God, what do we do? We’re surrounded,” Elizabeth asked, taking a place to the left, and behind Martin.
Frances yanked out her hand mirror. “We’re going to be fine,” Frances said with practiced calm. She could remember how worried and afraid she was when she’d rescued Edana in what seemed like ages ago. Frances knew Elizabeth did not need to hear her worry, or hear the throbbing pain that pounded up her leg, sending tingles into her fingers. She wasn’t hurt fatally, but she knew the wound was deep.
She flipped the mirror open and sang for Bernard. His face swam into view and before he could ask, she spoke.
“Being ambushed, pinned down at Westfall. Goblins, two score at least. Please send help!”
Bernard’s eyes widened and he stared at her in silent horror for a second, until he shook himself from his stupor. “I’ll send some light cavalry. It’ll take some time, though, so hold on!”
A crack whipped through the air, the sound lashing Frances’s ears and making her snap the mirror shut. She spun in an attempt to find the source of the sound.
Martin was reeling back, one arm clutching his chest. He hit the ground with a heartrending thud, and his sword fell clattering onto the road’s stones.
Author's Note: So readers I have a favor to ask of you, can you all rate or review A Fractured Song's Royal Road page which I titled: A Traumatized Girl's Quest for Home in a Fantasy Land. I've started to more consistently crosspost there but it'll be slow going getting more readers for a while. Even leaving just a rating would help a ton!
I want to apologize for not figuring out the Edana chapter yet because it's requiring a lot more thought. I am going to post some writing prompts I did for fun onto my subreddit though, *vrenslibrary*, so subscribe there if you would like. Here's the link to one of my prompt responses. Be warned, this is extremely spoiler to the ending of *A Fractured Song.*
For the question of the update: What's your opinion on redemption arcs? I love em to bits. My favorites being Zuko's redemption arc in Avatar the Last Airbender and Catra's redemption arc in *She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.*
And don't forget to read The Extramundane Emancipation of Geela, Evil Sorceress at Large which is an amazing story of an evil overlady and her minion/friend/thing.