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For questions primarily centered around ethical and moral alignments in game systems. Please note that questions about "what alignment is [person/act/society X]?" are off-topic due to subjectivity; see https://rpg.meta.stackexchange.com/questions/5357/are-questions-about-alignment-on-topic for more details.

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As Pathfinder has quite a few special case rules, but I didn't find anything when I searched I'm wondering: Are there any (core or supplement) rules for an resisted permanent alignment change (either … by number (good 3, good 2,...) or by value ("good, chaos",..))? Thus any rules on how an alignment change could be resisted (if induced non voluntarily by any means) Edit: As it was asked: I meant …
asked Aug 7 '17 by Thomas E.
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For the Paladin itself I saw the reasons why it has a alignment restriction with the class being representing the champion of a god. But today I found also other classes having alignment restrictions … and I'm wondering how strict those are. As example the shifter from spheres of power with any non-lawful. For races I know there is the up to 1 alignment shift that is being used. But what about …
asked Nov 15 '15 by Thomas E.
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The half fiend alignment says that it has any evil alignment. Can that be different by 1 step during character creation or change to a non evill one later on? (thus chaotic neutral, lawful neutral or neutral neutral) …
asked Aug 8 '14 by Thomas E.
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After reading about Erinyes and a few other denizens of the different planes, I'm wondering: Is there some magic behind a denizen of a plane becoming that of another one, or is a simple alignment change all that is needed (and if so is it even posible for a succubi as example to become lawful good)? …
asked Sep 16 by Thomas E.