Diane (loverofdragons) wrote in dnd3e,

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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:

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

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