awesome ultimate expert hen (mdyesowitch) wrote,
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chaotic good
You are a Rebel, Chaotic Good.



Chaotic good characters works towards good in their
own ways, without regard for the expectations
of others or the rigid guidelines of society
(imposed by church or government). They are
particularly disturbed by those who try to push
people around and intimidate them. They are
less honor-bound than the other good
alignments, particularly in dealing with those
who are not good. They may on occasion lie,
threaten or kill for a good cause (with an evil
person, perhaps). As a general rule, chaotic
good characters do not attack unarmed
opponents, harm the innocent, refuse an honest
appeal for aid, take bribes or betray their
friends. They usually prefer to cut through
red tape. Robin Hood is an example of a
chaotic good character, particularly prior to
the return of King Richard.


What is your d&d alignment?
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I was always chaotic-good when I played D&D with my brother DM extrodinaire and master of the "Black Pudding to end the game because little sisters are a pain" move. It's good to know I still got it. Boop boop be'doop.

In other news, I'm caught up on my Diesel Sweeties. Yea me! I now am looking lustfully at the "Bacon is a vegetable shirt for myself." and the "We prefer to be called Buccaneer-Americans" shirt for the appropriately named "geezer pirate" of myth and legend (and posts gone past.)

In talking with lain_mac today, I remembered something that happened to me when I'd taken the car in for service. I fell into conversation (as so often happens with me) with a man who homeschooled his children. I asked a bunch of questions about where they got their curriculums and how his wife was able to keep up her education to stay ahead of the kids, and we had a nice talk.
At the end of the talk, he asked me why I hadn't asked the question he always gets, delivered in tones of horror: "Don't you think you're depriving your kids because they can't play with other kids?"
I was completely puzzled, and said, "Well, it's not like you don't go to Church, and I'm sure they have friends there they play with and see outside of Church."
He looked amazed and delighted, "Yes. They do!" His voice tone and body language relaxed.
And all this is just a big set up for me to say: That's like saying your pants are full of eels.

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