Users become the embodiment of the Superego; the Freudian representation of foreign factors considered in human behavior. In other words, the part of the mind that considers others over the individual. In Sigmund Freud's theory, the Id (one's deepest, unfiltered desires) and the Superego insert suggestions to the Ego (one's own sense of identity). While the Id tries to convince the ego to act upon their desires, the Superego demands for them to do the right thing. Because of this, the Superego is seen as the most honorable and righteous path to take.
Fei Fong Wong (Xenogears); before becoming the Perfect Contact
While exploring Dodger's mind, the team encounters his Superego (Duck Dodgers). While the Superego manifests as a superhero, he is clearly incompetent at his job, making Dodgers callous and self-centered.
When given a moral situation, Kronk (The Emperor's New Groove) is given two options by his shoulder angel and shoulder devil. The Shoulder Angel always recommends the harder, more moral option.
In order to free himself of his writer's block, Kevin Thorn summons Old Sam (Fables) and Hansel to act as his two respective muses...
...Old Sam trying to keep Kevin calm, encouraging him to take things slow and easy and trying to talk him out of ending the universe.
Jiminy Cricket (Pinocchio) is charged by the Blue Fairy to be Pinocchio's conscience, steering him onto the righteous path.
Josh's conscience manifests in the form of Dr. Alan J. Hill (Until Dawn), taking all of his guilty feelings and doubts about his actions and spitting them back in his face.
When in Rusty's mind, Orpheus encounters the Superego (The Venture Bros.), the one righteous part of Rusty's mind.