Yeah, the big history doc thats in the mod makes a point of specifiying that the labels of good/neutral/evil are applied by men. In general the gods to fall into some camps (Nantosuelta and Sucellus are very close) and there is definitly a set of gods that agree with Agares that creation is a prison and they should retake (by force if nessesary) heaven to pursue their agenda. Now what that agenda would be differs from god to god. Mulcarn was said to have the highest hell, meaning he is the least evil of the evil gods and his hell the most hospitalable (assuming you packed your thermal underwear) and his purpose is largely unchanged from what it was. He gets hates humanity because they are such a powerful agent of change and chaos. So in mens eyes he is evil, and he does side with Agares. But he would be as likely to fight Bhall and Camulos as he would be to fight some of the non-evil gods. But the labeling of the gods of neutrality and good is a completly man made function. All of those gods would think that they are pursueing their divine purpose and wouldn't see any difference in the labels. the only real difference is some deal more directly with benifiting mankind and the others tasks really don't have much to do with humanity (Arawn being the best example). So from a divine perspective its better to say that their are only 2 groups of gods, those that have fallen and those that haven't.