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Half-celestial does not make any requirements on your alignment, and you cannot fall as a half-celestial the way a paladin can; there is no such thing as an “ex-half-celestial,” no way to lose the template or its powers. They list “Always Good” as an alignment, but always does not actually mean always with alignment; you can have non-Good half-celestials. ...


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RAW as a Neutral, Lawful or Chaotic Druid he can choose each time. Your ruling isn't entirely unreasonable though - it is a powerful feat. However, if you stick to that ruling, I would give him the opportunity to pick a different feat if he wishes. It's probably still worth him taking though.


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Pretty much all rules dictating deity worship are gone in 4e, replaced with DM discretion and recommended threats of story-based consequences for unpopular actions or beliefs within a subculture. Additionally, there is nothing in the rules preventing a character from worshipping multiple deities, cherry picking which parts of each that appeal to them. The ...


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It sounds like your question really is, "Can an unhinged person be lawful?" The answer is yes. All kinds of horrendous atrocities have been committed with full legal authority. Lawful is, and I'm sure someone else can provide chapter and page, essentially whether or not your actions follow a pattern which could be called "rules" or "laws." Skynet is ...


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Depends on the setting. In Eberron, this isn't a problem since the gods are basically absent and faith is faith. In a setting like Forgotten Realms, this could be a problem. From a traditional standpoint, gods in D&D don't like it when people who are too far outside their own alignment worship them. Sune might not be the best choice since your ...



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