Tag: Alignment

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  • Lawful

    A character with a Lawful alignment follows some sort of code of conduct. For many people, this means that they follow the laws of their land, however most people choose not to follow every law to the letter, and a Lawfully aligned person may sometimes …

  • Neutral -

    A character who has a Neutral alignment in regards to Law vs. Chaos finds himself in an interesting situation. In all likelihood, he generally lives his life by what methods he sees fit. If obeying the local laws tends to give him the best life, he'll do …

  • Chaotic

    A character with a Chaotic alignment doesn't necessarily live his life by choosing to spread random acts of chaos. Instead, a character with a Chaotic alignment lives his life in such a way as to find codes of conduct stifling. He doesn't follow any …

  • Good

    Put your damn dictionaries away right now or you'll never learn anything! In D&D, Good doesn't mean "morally righteous." Nor does it mean "pious" or any of a thousand other definitions. Capitol G "Good" means that you care about the well-being of …

  • - Neutral

    Neutral, as it pertains to Good vs. Evil, is a slightly more delicate subject, surprisingly enough, than its companion. The reason for this is that most people treat this aspect of neutrality as an excuse, much like chaotic, to do whatever they want (and, …

  • Evil

    What did I say when you read "Good"? Put the damned dictionary down, already! Evil, with a capitol E, means that you care about yourself (or your group) more than you care about anyone else. Others don't matter any more than you can use them to forward …