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9 hours ago Unlike Lawful Good characters, Chaotic Good characters don’t see much value in the Law. At best, Law aligns with the decisions a Good person would take …

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8 hours ago Lawful Good: Simply put, the Lawful Good believes that, well, the law is good. Being a good person (which they strongly wish to be) requires …

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6 hours ago Lawful good can appear to be a difficult alignment to uphold, but it must be remembered that lawful good characters are not necessarily naive or unrealistic. At the heart of a lawful good alignment is the belief in a system of laws that promotes the welfare of all members of a society, ensures their safety, and guarantees justice.

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8 hours ago Lawful Evil: Don’t ever think that the alignment ultimately opposing chaotic evil is lawful good, because that honor falls to LG’s evil counterpart. Lawful evil is about order at all costs, and that mentality springs directly from the fact that chaotic evil is a powerful and dangerous force.

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024.549.4774 hours ago the Good Evil character couldn't care less about Chaos vs. Law. they're simply a terrible person who's end goals are actually pretty good. They aren't lawful evil since they aren't focusing solely on their own needs and are willing to break rules. and they also aren't Chaotic Good bacause they aren't neccecarily willing to fight against Order.

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8 hours ago Answer (1 of 4): Being chaotic evil doesn’t mean that you have to be willing and able to murder, same as how being good doesn’t mean volunteering at the soupkitchens on holidays. The CE archetypes, extremes and villains may do it, but that’s because most PCs and NPCs in games are murderers becaus

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8 hours ago For these reasons Batman can go where the law can’t go and and do what Lawful Good characters simply can’t. Lawful Good characters believes in an society with a well organized law system and

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024.549.4773 hours ago Your character is lawful because they believe that people should follow a certain set of rules, and they value order, structure, and law. Alternatively, your character is chaotic because, while they themselves have a strict moral code, they don't believe others need to follow it.

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7 hours ago Lawful Evil PCs can work fine, I'm currently playing as one. Regardless of what the PCs goals are, they'll know that they need the party to achieve them. Doing things obviously evil, like murder, will result in the party leaving or killing them. The way to …

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Just Now In DnD good and evil aren't the typical good and evil. The tl/dr version is that good creatures care about the community, while evil creatures care about themselves first;a good creature who's starving won't steal another starving man's food and make him starve, while an evil character will think "me first" and steal the food.

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3 hours ago Essentially, a Chaotic Good character is a person that follows their own sense or right and wrong, but is often opposed to society’s law, wheres a Lawful Evil character is the exact opposite, respecting authority to a T, but failing to have an internal sense of morals. One of my favorite examples of this combination comes from the Star wars

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Just Now A neutral good character has no problems with cooperating with lawful officials, but does not feel beholden to them. In the event that doing the right thing requires the bending or breaking of rules, they do not suffer the same inner conflict that a lawful good character would". Chaotic Good: Someone with the right idea but doesnt care for rules.

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7 hours ago The law can be useful, but if it is not it should be discarded. Chaotic Good: Doing whatever does the most good at any given moment is the best way to live life, regardless of any broader consequences. Chaotic Neutral: The best way to live life is to follow my urges, whatever they may be. Chaotic Evil: Destruction is the final state of all beings.

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Just Now Chaotic Evil vs Lawful Good. Lawful Good and Chaotic Evil are as opposite as you can get in the alignment system! Lawful Good characters believe in upholding order and achieving good. Chaotic Evil despises order, hierarchy and traditions and does whatever they want to do, no matter the cost to other people.

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2 hours ago Neutral Evil completely negates the Law/Chaos axis, creating a character that is based solely on the Good/Evil axis, and of course entirely evil. Whereas a Lawful/Chaotic Evil character would have a second focal principle on the Law/Chaos axis, diluting the character's focus on evil above all else. I view Good the same way.

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9 hours ago Lawful Evil character examples. Lawful Evil characters are called the ‘Dominator’ in the Dungeons & Dragons Player’s Handbook Edition 3.5. You can see why. They are the characters of organized evil, those who are part of a controlling regime where they can hide behind the rules of their order to commit evil acts.

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2 hours ago Lawful evil does evil things as a means to an end. Think the mafia and other organized crime. They use evil deeds to instill order and law. Chaotic evil does evil because it wants to. No rhyme or reason, just cause. Think of the Joker or other agents of chaos. People with no regard for any law who do what they want when they want .

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Just Now Chaotic Good may hate everything that Lawful Evil stands for, and rightly so, but Lawful Evil sees use in Chaotic Good. Chaotic Good characters tend to be revolutionaries, anarchists seeking positive change, or simply those operating outside of …

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3 hours ago Good vs Evil = Light/Naaru vs Demons. Law vs Chaos = Titans vs Old Gods. And we, the players, are generally fighting with the forces of Law and Good against the forces of Chaos and Evil. Thats why our heroes are generally either Lawful Neutral, Lawful Good or Neutral Good, and the enemies Neutral Evil, Chaotic Evil or Chaotic Neutral.

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1 hours ago Therefore, a lawful evil character would certainly not hesitate to ally itself with virtually any other cause if this helped to abridge the scope and influence of those creatures typifying the chaotic good. (6) A chaotic evil character certainly has the common denominator of banefulness with those creatures who follow the ordered path of woe.

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9 hours ago Answer (1 of 9): Rather than going broad here, I’m going to workshop a character and we’ll see where the prompt takes us. Feel free to run with some of my thoughts, or just steal whatever you like! To start, I want to go exotic. After getting my DM’s permission, I …

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5 hours ago Chaotic Good tends to be more Robin Hood types, the chaotic element is subservient to the good. Lawful Evil you're closer to the mark in my experience, possibly because when Lawful Evil ends up in an all-good party they will tend to go along with good actions for a quiet life/as long as it benefits them. Still, a Chaotic Good character wants to

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9 hours ago A Lawful Good character typically acts with compassion, and always with honor and a sense of duty. A Lawful Good nation would consist of a well-organized government that works for the benefit of its citizens. Lawful Good characters include righteous knights, paladins, and most dwarves. Lawful Good creatures include the noble golden dragons.

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Just Now Therefore, a lawful evil character would certainly not hesitate to ally itself with virtually any other cause if this helped to abridge the scope and influence of those creatures typifying the chaotic good. (6) A chaotic evil character certainly has the common denominator of banefulness with those creatures who follow the ordered path of woe.

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3 hours ago Chaotic evil is more like the joker, a pure psycopath. No structure, a self styled 'agent of chaos', that cannot even be predicted or trusted by other evil people. Lawful good in extreme would be someone that refuses to break a law just because of moral repugnance.

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1 hours ago Good characters protect innocent life. Evil characters debase or destroy it, whether for fun or profit. Lawful characters tell the truth, keep their word, respect authority, honor tradition, and judge those who fall short of their duties. Chaotic characters follow their consciences, resent being told what to do, favor new ideas over tradition

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2 hours ago Sarevok Anchev, a chaotic evil fighter.. The chaotic evil alignment was power without control, selfishness unrestrained by law and order. Chaotic evil characters acted according to whatever their greed, hatred, and lust for destruction drove them to do. Whether out for themselves, or dedicated to a cause that spread evil and chaos, they were ruthless and brutal in their execution.

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4 hours ago Neutral Evil: Sylvanas Chaotic Good: Alleria Chaotic Neutral: Gallywix Chaotic Evil: Azshara Explanations: Anduin - always trying to do the good thing, and with deepest respect for law and order, he is a model lawful good character Saurfang - cares if the fight is honorable, less if it is justified, he is neither good nor evil, yet certainly lawful

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1. You’re sitting around a dinner table covered with papers, laptops, electric candles, and WAY too many dice (as if that's a thing). You’re surrounded by your longtime friends, and perhaps some new ones, as your Dungeon Master begins Session Zero for your new campaign. Each of you has spent hours before this crafting the perfect character, and now you get the chance to share this character with your friends! As each person explains their backstory, your final party member clears his throat, stands up and says “I shall be a Chaotic Evil warlock!” The groans from the rest of the party fill the room. We’ve all been there, but why is playing a Chaotic Evil character such a cardinal sin within D&D? Is it even possible to play a CE character without the rest of your party hating you? Hopefully this article will shed some light on these questions. So let’s get into it!

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1 hours ago Answer (1 of 10): There’s two ways you could skew this that I could think of. The first is a genuine, devout Cleric who worships an evil (usually Lawful Evil) god. In Golarion, the Pathfinder setting, there is actually an entire diabolic nation called Cheliax. They worship Asmodeus! There’s a ve

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4 hours ago The Dungeons & Dragons Character Alignment system originally defined characters' moral dispositions only on a Law/Chaos axis, with Law seen as usually involving moral goodness, and Chaos, evil. Eventually, Good/Evil was introduced as a separate parameter. One reason for this was the slightly odd but not all that rare case of characters who are clearly evil, but …

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2 hours ago Chaotic Good: Freedom and Individuality above the tyranny of governments or societies laws, but with an overall desire to preserve life. Chaotic Evil: Freedom and individuality with a desire to kill. Lawful Neutrai: Life and death are meaningless - the Law is all. Chaotic Neutral: The character is insane.

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4 hours ago The Lawful Good alignment is often thought of as pertaining to the most blatantly good of the good guys, and is commonly stereotyped as such.Still, also Neutral Good and Chaotic Good characters can count as Incorruptible Pure Pureness.As alignments are broad categories, this is an oversimplification, but so is the opposite stereotype.. Lawful Good characters tend to …

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9 hours ago Yep. The 9-alignment system is logical and, well, systematic. 4e's 5-alignment system wasn't - it was more intuitive for people who found LN, CN, CG or LE confusing, seemingly contradictory, or forced - but it wasn't neat, logical, and consistent like the 9-aligment system (which is ironic considering how neat, logical, and consistent so much of the rest of 4e …

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1 hours ago The lawful evil alignment was the methodical, intentional, and frequently successful devotion to a cruel organized system. Lawful evil characters methodically took what they want in life within the limits of their personally held beliefs. While they cared about tradition, loyalty, and order they had little to no regard for the freedom, dignity or overall lives of others. They were comfortable

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6 hours ago The Tachikawa Base. Credits. 2,040. Jan 3, 2020. #34. Brickerbrack said: Bear in mind, in this context, "chaotic" is the opposite of "lawful", and applies to how you view concepts like law of the land, or personal codes.

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3 hours ago Villains of the Lawful Evil alignment, also known as the "Dominator" alignment, utilize law and order to oppress or manipulate others. Most Lawful Evil characters have a set of standards such as honor for themselves and their minions, while the ones that do not are often so oppressive to others that their own personal principles are irrelevant.. Lawful Evil can be divided roughly …

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5 hours ago Lawful Evil might not, say, resort to holding a hospital full of children hostage, while Chaotic Evil allows that. Lawful Evil is generally shown as being more powerful, because it's like saying that the villain can kick as whilst STILL upholding personal values, and is used to show that the villain is a complete mastermind.

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7 hours ago Hey guys, again bothering you for advice. I just made a 4E Lawful Evil (We are using the old alignment system, just like AD&D, 3rd and 3.5 editions) Dwarven Barbarian. I am in a homebrewed world and I choosed to make some kind of whacky background. Despite I am a Dwarven Barbarian I made him sort of a Paladin/Avenger (Roleplay wise) of the god : The …

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2 hours ago Claim: There are different types of good and evil.

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1 hours ago Lawful Evil. Basic Trope: A character alignment combining self-interest and order. Straight: Emperor Evulz has a law-abiding method of doing harm. Exaggerated: Emperor Evulz is a maniacal ruler who brutally punishes people who even so much as jaywalk and he constantly conquers other countries. Emperor Evulz is Lawful Neutral.

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What is the difference between lawful good and chaotic evil?

Lawful Good vs Chaotic Evil. Lawful Good and Chaotic Evil are as opposite as you can get in the alignment system. Lawful Good characters believe in upholding order and achieving good. Chaotic Evil despises order, hierarchy and traditions and does whatever they want to do, no matter the cost to other people.

What is the difference between good and evil in law and order?

The Lawful Good and Chaotic Evil. Lawful Neutral: The Lawful Neutral is “the rule-abiding sort”. Good and evil are all well and good, but not something that keeps them up at night. Law and Order (not the show) are what drives the Lawful Neutral with “justice” not necessarily coming into play.

Are chaotic evil characters the most helpful?

So yes, Chaotic Evil characters won’t be winning the “Most Helpful” award after you next session, but at least they’re not being defined as extremely violent and greedy with a burning hatred and bloodlust for every living thing as the PHB suggests. Think about your favorite superhero. Some might think about Superman, Spiderman, or Captain America.

What is a lawful evil character?

A lawful evil character, for example, will “methodically take what they want, within the limits of a code of tradition, loyalty, or order.” To make a coherent ruleset, this type of cookie-cutter morality is necessary. Say your character is Arthur Gallant, a lawful good Paladin.

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