Your D&D Alignment

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by firesoul on Fri Oct 03, 2014 1:48 pm

Neutral Good: 3 chaos, -10 evil and 7 balance.

Sounds about right!

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Gamerz on Fri Oct 03, 2014 2:03 pm

Lawful Good: -13 chaos, -12 evil and 12 balance.

God, am I really that boring??
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Gentleman Johnny on Fri Oct 03, 2014 2:51 pm

1 chaos, -10 evil and 10 balance!
I honestly thought chaos would be higher. I guess leadership has changed me. On the other hand, I seem to be in the "kind of x" range on everything.

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Guest on Fri Oct 03, 2014 2:54 pm

Gamerz wrote:Lawful Good: -13 chaos, -12 evil and 12 balance.

God, am I really that boring??

Join the club. We'll go pretentiously uphold the rights of the downtrodden with the hammer of justice and lots of long sermons.

This week, we're knitting little whisky-bottle cozies for our congressmen that say "People are fundamentally good, and deserve to be treated well!"

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Post by Gamerz on Fri Oct 03, 2014 4:38 pm

ElizaJane wrote:Join the club.  We'll go pretentiously uphold the rights of the downtrodden with the hammer of justice and lots of long sermons.

This week, we're knitting little whisky-bottle cozies for our congressmen that say "People are fundamentally good, and deserve to be treated well!"

I am now tempted to learn how to knit just so I can make one. Mine will be pop-can size. Wouldn't want to tempt our leaders to drink too much.
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Guest on Fri Oct 03, 2014 4:43 pm

Gamerz wrote:
ElizaJane wrote:Join the club.  We'll go pretentiously uphold the rights of the downtrodden with the hammer of justice and lots of long sermons.

This week, we're knitting little whisky-bottle cozies for our congressmen that say "People are fundamentally good, and deserve to be treated well!"

I am now tempted to learn how to knit just so I can make one. Mine will be pop-can size. Wouldn't want to tempt our leaders to drink too much.

I was mostly figuring the whiskey-bottle ones might actually get used. Wink

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Gentleman Johnny on Fri Oct 03, 2014 4:49 pm

Now that you know your alignment, get your social justice class badges! Not sure if I'm a better Social Justice Rogue or Social Justice Bard. Grin
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Robjection on Fri Oct 03, 2014 5:59 pm

I'm definitely a Social Justice Wizard.

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by eselle28 on Fri Oct 03, 2014 6:01 pm

Robjection wrote:I'm definitely a Social Justice Wizard.

Pretty sure I am too. I'm really hoping there's a Social Justice Hogwarts out there somewhere!
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Enail on Fri Oct 03, 2014 6:06 pm

Awesome. I think I'm probably a Social Justice Rogue, but possibly a Ranger or maaaaybe even a Wizard. Wizard sounds the coolest, I think.
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by eselle28 on Fri Oct 03, 2014 6:08 pm

Enail wrote:Awesome. I think I'm probably a Social Justice Rogue, but possibly a Ranger or maaaaybe even a Wizard. Wizard sounds the coolest, I think.

The original Social Justice Rogue disagrees:

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Gentleman Johnny on Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:23 pm



Social Justice Bard? I guess when you put it that way, it makes my choice a bit easier.

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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by nearly_takuan on Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:26 pm

Maybe call me a Social Justice NPC.
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by Sahrimnir on Fri Nov 11, 2016 9:18 pm

-10 chaos, -27 evil and 9 balance! In other words, Lawful Good with an emphasis on Good. Sounds pretty accurate. I usually consider myself somewhere between Lawful Good and Neutral Good.

Also, the first time I encountered the Social Justice Classes, I did think a lot about which class I am. I considered Social Justice Paladin, but in the end I settled on Social Justice Cleric. So I guess I'm this guy?


Lemminkainen wrote:I heard an interesting take on how to give the D&D alignment system more in-depth meaning once.  The author suggested that we should interpret the law/chaos axis as being about how you make ethical decisions (with law corresponding to deontology, neutral to virtue ethics, and chaos to consequentialism), and the good/evil axis about how large the circle of people who you care about behaving ethically towards is (with good people caring about the welfare of sentient beings in a way that's not very gradated and evil people caring about a very narrow group).  What do you guys think?
When it comes to the law/chaos axis, I've had similar ideas. Though rather than including virtue ethics, I just thought of the neutral alignment as a person who is not quite sure what his stance on this issue is (as a friend of mine put it when I tried to explain moral philosophy to him "what's right is right, there's no need to over-complicate things").
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Re: Your D&D Alignment

Post by HSavinien on Mon Jan 09, 2017 8:07 pm

Neutral Good, which is pretty accurate. If I trusted the assholes in charge of creating our laws to actually look out for the downtrodden, it'd be Lawful, but until then...

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