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Don't be Classless 
2nd-Mar-2005 08:23 am
I thought ya'll might enjoy this meme.

I Am A: Lawful Good Half-OrcPaladin Ranger


Alignment:
Lawful Good characters are the epitome of all that is just and good. They believe in order and governments that work for the benefit of all, and generally do not mind doing direct work to further their beliefs.


Race:
Half-Orcs are a cross between a human and an orc. Generally, this kind of mating does not occur willingly, so half-orcs are almost never raised by a full set of parents. They tend to be less intelligent and attractive than humans, but are generally stronger and hardier. Violence is a part of their nature, and few half-orcs manage to overcome this to follow other professions. They are generally treated with disdain by other races, if not outright hostility.


Primary Class:
Paladins are the Holy Warriors. They have been chosen by a God/dess to be their representative on Earth, and must follow the code of that deity, or risk severe penalties. They tend towards being righteous, but not generally to excess.


Secondary Class:
Rangers are the defenders of nature and the elements. They are in tune with the Earth, and work to keep it safe and healthy.


Deity:
Tyr is the Lawful Good god of justice. He is also known as Tyr Grimjaws, Wounded Tyr, the Maimed God, and Blind Tyr. He appears as a warrior, missing his hand. Followers of Tyr are concerned first and foremost with justice - discovering the truth and punishing the guilty for their crimes. They wear blue and purple robes with a white sash, a white gauntlet on the left hand, and a black gauntlet on the right, to symbolize Tyr's lost hand. Their preferred weapon is the warhammer. Tyr's symbol is a set of scales resting on a warhammer.


Find out What D&D Character Are You?, courtesy ofNeppyMan (e-mail)


To the negazoids - I put this here for people who might enjoy it. If you don't enjoy memes please feel free to pass it up. :)
Comments 
2nd-Mar-2005 03:17 pm (UTC)
I really hope this doesn't start a trend.
2nd-Mar-2005 03:24 pm (UTC)
I'm pretty sure this has been floating around for a while...
2nd-Mar-2005 03:28 pm (UTC)
They say versions of this test have been found chiselled into prehistoric cave settlements.
2nd-Mar-2005 03:32 pm (UTC)
They came with that ancient roman d20 right? ;)
2nd-Mar-2005 04:23 pm (UTC)
lj cut old memes like this, please.
2nd-Mar-2005 04:39 pm (UTC) - Suggestion noted
Good point, I should have thought of that. Thanks
2nd-Mar-2005 07:17 pm (UTC)
Not a negazoid, just sick of the endless series of 'What D&D Character Are You?' quizzes. I mean, gosh, what an original idea! It's a wonder no one has thought of posting one of these before!

Oh, wait, they have.

Over and over and over and over and over again.

BORING.
2nd-Mar-2005 08:09 pm (UTC)
Well I hadn't really thought of you as a negazoid. I did appreciate the lj cut reminder. But, apparently you also believe that I should NOT (that is a negative) have posted this item, and felt compelled to enter a negative comment. And that is the definition of negazoid.

I am really amazed at the number of people who feel compelled to defecate in someone else's fun. As I said before you do not have to read my post, especially now since I followed your suggestion.
2nd-Mar-2005 11:25 pm (UTC)
Um, actually, I DID have to deal with your post, since you didn't cut it in the first place. Had you done so, I would have ignored it completely.

Answer me this: Why should I feel compelled to put up with boring crap just because someone isn't as bored with it as I am?

I do appreciate the lj-cut though.
2nd-Mar-2005 11:39 pm (UTC) - It's called a community
Communities aren't about individuals having everything they want. They are about the commerce of ideas. You don't like the idea I bring to the market, don't buy it; but, someone else in the community might. It's called being a good neighbor. It's called tolerance. Maybe it is hard for you to grasp but communities rarely turn around the will of one person (unless of course this is your community, in which case I stand corrected).
2nd-Mar-2005 11:45 pm (UTC) - "Community" doesn't mean "be an asshole to people"
Why, thank you so much for that delightfully condescending post. I'm sure now I'll be much more receptive to whatever boring crap quizzes you run across and decide to post uncut so that I have to suffer through them. Perhaps you should try practicing a little tolerance and try being a good neighbor yourself, for once. As much as it may be difficult for you to grasp, the community isn't here just so you can post "which character are you?" quizzes that we've all seen umpteen times already. Get a clue already.
3rd-Mar-2005 02:46 am (UTC)
For what it's worth:

To me, these "memes" are either (a) inherently interesting or (b) informative about the individuals who post them.

The "What character are you" isn't interesting to me on its own merits, but I'm still pretty new in this community, and I'm getting to know the regulars here. I thought this told me a little about hashtheelder, and I appreciate that.
3rd-Mar-2005 07:30 pm (UTC)
I am still relatively new to the whole LJ thing. The memes are new to me. I think they could be useful for dm's in different ways, like:
1. New player recruitment (not an easy task in bible belt states where D&D=Devil in a lot of folks attitudes).
2. Integration of new players into established groups.
3. Learning playing styles of veteran players that are new to you.
4. Figuring out the right npc for a given situation.
3rd-Mar-2005 02:29 pm (UTC) - Re: "Community" doesn't mean "be an asshole to people"
If your time is really that valuable that you can't scroll by someone's meme, perhaps you shouldn't be spending it on LJ...
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