I had a discussion with a player about the alignments, and my player said she wanted to play the homebrewed 5e dhampir as chaotic good vs. chaotic neutral. The reason she cited came from www.easydamus.com from that definition as a person who loves her brother she can't be chaotic neutral.
I'm of the persuasion that a player can care for loved ones as a dhampir and be neutral or evil simply because they view that person as an extension of the last vestiges of their humanity or some version of themselves.
Furthermore, when every character is in reality the hero of their own story, should we call her a hero if she has the potential to be turned to darkness?
Am I over doing it with the analysis?
The homebrew did not make any restrictions to the alignment. Only it specified with "most" and "rarely" I was trying to honor those by not specifically restricting the options, however I felt I should play devils advocate for the section. This came from the 5e dhampir section of www.dandwiki.com.