70% Good, 42% Chaotic
Plane of Existence: Elysium, "Blessed Fields". Description: The plane of peace. Notable Inhabitants: Guardinals - noble immortal humanoids with bestial features.
Examples of Neutral-Goods (Ethically Neutral, Morally Good)
Sidhartha Gautama (the Buddha)
Bilbo & Frodo Baggins
The Dali Lama
Ben (O-Bi-Wan) Kenobi
Often goes along with the laws and desires of the group as being the
easiest course of action, but ethical considerations clearly have top
priority. May pursue quite abstract goals. Often aloof and difficult to
Will keep their word to others of good alignment
Would not attack an unarmed foe
Will not use poison
Will help those in need
May work with others
Indifferent to higher authority
Indifferent to organizations
A neutral good [person] will obey the law, or break it when he or
she sees it will serve a greater good. He or she is not bound strongly
to a social system or order. His or her need to help others and reduce
their suffering may take precedence over all else. Neutral good
[people] do good for goodness' sake, not because they are directed to
by law or by whim.
This alignment desires good without bias for or against order.
Other Alignments and Tendencies (Tendenices are what you would more often sway towards; esp. for Neutrals):
0-39% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Evil
0-39% Good, 40-60% Chaotic: Neutral-Evil
0-39% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Evil
40-60% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Neutral
40-60% Good, 40-60% Chaotic: True Neutral
40-60% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Neutral
61-100% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Good
61-100% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Good
My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
|Link: The Alignment Test written by xan81 on Ok Cupid|
Did some catching up with my brother today. He starts a new job on Monday; working for International Speedway Corp., in Daytona, FL. My mother's a little frazzled by the whole thing, particularly in light of the news that my sister-in-law is pregnant.
2006 will be very interesting.
I stopped by to see REECW today and update him on the situation at Widget1. He was stunned. Of course, he's glad that Widget1 is finally realizing the futility of pouring money into a robust product, but he's stunned that they decided to handle it the way they did with such vast and useless changes. He alternated between being greatful to be out and wishing he'd stuck around long enough to pick up some extra money.
And that's today.