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D&D has a concept called “alignment,” which is a kind of shorthand for one’s ethical, moral, and philosophical outlook on life. It has two axes, the good-evil axis and the lawful-chaotic axis, and you can either be at those extremes, or at neutral in the middle. Your alignment is a combination of these two axes, so your choices end up looking like this: ...


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The term 'chaotic' is part of the alignment system in D&D. Within the alignment system, your personality and decision making is rated on two scales. One from good to evil, and the other from lawful to chaotic.From the D&D Player's Handbook (5e): Lawful good (LG) creatures can be counted on to do the right thing as expected by society. Gold ...


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This is "alignment," which is a label for a character's moral or ethical leanings in relation to metaphysical forces. What exactly the labels means has actually varied considerably over time. D&D originally had an alignment system inspired by Michael Moorcock's fiction: Law, Chaos, and Neutrality in between. Law generally represents a drive to order ...


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If you don't consider the computer your friend, and visibly/audibly encourage others to do so, you're obviously a traitor. I'll need your ID code, so I can report your traitorous thoughts to Friend Computer. If you cooperate, and provide a list of all your friends' ID codes as well, it's possible that Friend Computer may be lenient...



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