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Geeking out D&D style.
After figuring out what alignment my online RP characters are/were for, uh, well, I guess scientific purposes, I decided to decide for the rest! No test, I did the judging all by myself after reading a description of each alignment. This was somewhat challenging since A)I haven't played some of these characters in months/years and B) Some characters weren't played very long.

Here's what I came up with:

Buffy RPG system</b>

Ivy (2ndstring): True Neutral

Celine (urbandawn): True Neutral

Ali (apocnowish): Chaotic Neutral

Kalima (apocnowish): Lawful Neutral

Vampire: The Dark Ages

Nika (Tabletop): Neutral Good

Mage: The Ascension

Talia (Tabletop - Note: This is not the same Talia as the main character in my novel... well, sort of, but really not. Whole different alignment there!): Chaotic Neutral

Catlina (Tabletop): Lawful Good... if I recall correctly.

Werewolf: The Apocalypse

Raina (Tabletop): True Neutral


Kahri (Tabletop): Chaotic Neutral

Shina (Tabletop): Lawful Good... again, if I recall correctly.

Charity (Tabletop): Chaotic Neutral... I think. Long time ago!

Damn. I love the neutrals! Here's a quick count-up!

Lawful Good: 2

Lawful Neutral: 1

Neutral Good: 1

True Neutral: 3 (Pfft, and the book says it's hard to play)

Chaotic Neutral: 4

I've played a few more characters than that, but either I only played them once or I can't recall them off the top of my very exhausted head.

Current Mood: drained drained

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miggy From: miggy Date: October 27th, 2005 07:31 am (UTC) (Link)
Lessee... I personally am Lawful Evil (oh, like being self-centered to the point that you get a marketing-focused MBA is evil), and there's Tony as Chaotic Good and Chastity as Lawful Good (or, more accurately: LAWFUL GOOD).


Guess that's why they call it role-playing!

ifritah From: ifritah Date: October 27th, 2005 05:04 pm (UTC) (Link)
I took a test awhile back that said I was True Neutral. I can't really argue, though on some days I find that I inch toward Chaotic Good... not often, but some days.
ardweden From: ardweden Date: October 28th, 2005 03:53 pm (UTC) (Link)
I almost never play Lawful Goods, and I that's where that one alignment test put me, so who knows.

Also, Summer! You probably meant 2ndstring. As it is, we got some poor guy's livejournal. ;P
ifritah From: ifritah Date: October 28th, 2005 05:08 pm (UTC) (Link)
Whoops! Fixed it! Thanks! ^^;;

I really need to play a Chaotic Evil character sometime. It sounds like fun! Hmm, now where to do that...
ardweden From: ardweden Date: October 28th, 2005 10:54 pm (UTC) (Link)
Chaotic Evil *is* fun to play, but it's a challenge. You wouldn't think so, given the alignment itself (I'm evil! I'm so evil, even evil doesn't stand me!), but the problem comes in that... well, yeah. I usually call it Chaotic Stupid for a reason. (To be fair, I often call Lawful Good "Lawful Stupid".) It's hard to play smart Chaotic Evil; parties - even evil ones - will end up killing off or abandoning the Chaotic Evil character for being too evil and unpredictable and generally a hazard.

So, the challenge comes in making a Chaotic Evil character that won't just die or be killed off. It is doable, just more difficult than, say, True Neutral or something. ;P
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