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A lawful character abides by a specific set of rules, laws, or a particular code. Which rules, laws, or code the character follows is decided by the character at some point in time, either explicitly or implicitly. A paladin, for example, follows a code in the form of a vow that he or she has taken. Most commonly, this is a vow to a Lawful Good god, but it ...
Turning yourself into a Construct. The Warforged from the Eberron setting are living constructs, and have no maximum age listed.
[...] anyone compelled to choose will find greater security in being feared than in being loved. Love endures by a bond which men, being scoundrels, may break whenever it serves their advantage to do so; but fear is supported by the dread of pain, which is ever present. This is perhaps the most famous quote from The Prince, written in the early ...
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