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4th-Jan-2006 07:30 am
Neutral Good
You scored 69% Law vs Chaos and 75% Good vs Evil!
Keep this in mind, before you read this and take it too seriously...
This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar. So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.

Neutrality and Good in a nutshell:
-In regard to Law vs. Chaos, neutral characters are fairly well balanced. They believe that their morality, or lack thereof, is more important than what is legal or illegal.
-Good characters believe in doing the right thing. They help others when possible, and they are usually friendly.
Your Alignment:
"Benefactor"

You are a good person, through and through. You do not always agree with the law, but you probably recognize that there is a need for order in society.
Neutral Good people believe that doing the right thing is very important; this comes first, above all else.




My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:


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You scored higher than 0% on Law vs Chaos

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You scored higher than 0% on Good vs Evil
Link: The D&D Alignment Test written by ShatteredGlass1 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
Comments 
4th-Jan-2006 12:46 pm (UTC)
Anonymous
They called me Neutral Good!! Me, a true chaotic creature was called neutral!!!
4th-Jan-2006 12:47 pm (UTC)
Forgot to login....
4th-Jan-2006 02:17 pm (UTC) - Results
Lawful Good
You scored 71% Law vs Chaos and 81% Good vs Evil!
Keep this in mind, before you read this and take it too seriously...

This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar.
So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.



Lawfulness and Good in a nutshell:

-Lawful characters are organized and rational. They believe that order is important, and they respect authority. They tend to be fairly rigid in their beliefs and behavior, but this is not always the case.

-Good characters believe in doing the right thing. They help others when possible, and they are usually friendly.



Your Alignment:

"Crusader"

Lawful Good, eh? I hope you're proud of yourself. It's easy to live by the rules, or to have a strong conscience. But it takes a special kind of person to be able to do both and not go insane.

It's possible that you are a bit holier-than-thou, but not necessarily. At least you mean well. Way to go!



My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 99% on Law vs Chaos
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You scored higher than 99% on Good vs Evil
Link: The D&D Alignment Test written by ShatteredGlass1 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
4th-Jan-2006 03:49 pm (UTC)
Lawful Good
You scored 85% Law vs Chaos and 90% Good vs Evil!
Keep this in mind, before you read this and take it too seriously...
This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar. So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.

Lawfulness and Good in a nutshell:
-Lawful characters are organized and rational. They believe that order is important, and they respect authority. They tend to be fairly rigid in their beliefs and behavior, but this is not always the case.
-Good characters believe in doing the right thing. They help others when possible, and they are usually friendly.

Your Alignment:
"Crusader"
Lawful Good, eh? I hope you're proud of yourself. It's easy to live by the rules, or to have a strong conscience. But it takes a special kind of person to be able to do both and not go insane.
It's possible that you are a bit holier-than-thou, but not necessarily. At least you mean well. Way to go!




My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:


free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 99% on Law vs Chaos

free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 99% on Good vs Evil
Link: The D&D Alignment Test written by ShatteredGlass1 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
4th-Jan-2006 05:42 pm (UTC)
Another Lawful Good here. I'll spare everyone the posting of the HTML. :)
4th-Jan-2006 07:46 pm (UTC)




Chaotic Neutral

You scored 26% Law vs Chaos and 54% Good vs Evil!

Keep this in mind, before you read this and take it too seriously...

This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no
subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes
and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and
polar.
So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day
life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered
down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who
takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice
will have to take the place of good vs. evil.



Chaos and Neutrality in a nutshell:

-Chaotic characters tend to be spontaneous and disorganized. They tend to dislike authority and they live by their own rules.

-In regard to good vs. evil, neutral characters tend to be somewhat
selfish. They do not have a strong will to do the right thing, but they
do have a conscience.



Your Alignment:

"The Free Spirit"


You are a loose cannon, like my good friend Zaphod, pictured below.
You are unreliable and quirky, but fun loving and spontaneous. You may
be self centered and occasionally obnoxious, but you're not a bad
person overall. People who can stand you are usually amused by your
antics.












My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 0% on Law vs Chaos
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You scored higher than 0% on Good vs Evil




Link: The D&D Alignment Test written by ShatteredGlass1 on OkCupid Free Online Dating, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
4th-Jan-2006 09:14 pm (UTC)
True Neutral
You scored 56% Law vs Chaos and 70% Good vs Evil!
Keep this in mind, before you read this and take it too seriously...
This test is based on a system of moral absolutes. There is no subjectivity in D&D, as it is based on a fantasy world of heroes and villains. That is why their alignment system is so simple and polar. So naturally, if I were to apply this simple morality to modern day life, things would look very "black and white". That is why I watered down the concept of evil and good. It is very unlikely that anyone who takes this test is a mass murderer or a superhero, so Mean vs. Nice will have to take the place of good vs. evil.

Neutrality in a nutshell:
-In regard to Law vs. Chaos, neutral characters are fairly well balanced. They believe that their morality, or lack thereof, is more important than what is legal or illegal.
-In regard to good vs. evil, neutral characters tend to be somewhat selfish. They do not have a strong will to do the right thing, but they do have a conscience.
Your Alignment: "Undecided" This alignment is suprisingly common. Even I fall into this category.
Most people assume that they are good. They follow the rules and they are nice to people most of the time. But what do we really DO to benefit society? The answer for most of us is... not much. We just play our part, and do our own thing. Dont' feel bad though. It's better than being evil.




My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:


free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 66% on Law vs Chaos

free online dating free online dating
You scored higher than 66% on Good vs Evil
Link: The D&D Alignment Test written by ShatteredGlass1 on Ok Cupid, home of the 32-Type Dating Test
4th-Jan-2006 10:12 pm (UTC)
I like to use these tests to help me determine the alignment of my PCs, or if I am playing them correctly by answering them "In Character." Personally I don't see much of a point in answering them for myself, as I don't believe the real world works that way.
4th-Jan-2006 11:01 pm (UTC)
I don't either but it was fun. Hmm never thought about using it for my characters. Not for D&D mind you (because when I play I only DM) but for my writing. Thanks for the idea
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