Alignment

Note on Alignment

One problem with D&D alignment is it is fundamentally based on a world view looking out. For instance a race like the Drow in this world that rigidly keep their word to each other and strive to build personal power in an orderly society would clearly be lawful, however if that race did not believe lesser races deserved honor and freely lied to them, treated them with contempt and used them as they willed could easily be considered Chaotic.

For purposes of Once we lived in the sun, when casting spells on each other the Drow will be considered Lawful Evil however to those outside the internal society they will be affected by spells as Chaotic Evil.

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Alignment

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