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For me, I'd say I'm Neutral Good. If I feel I need to do the right thing, if it entails following the Law, then so be it. However, if it would also require me to break a few rules, I'd still do it, because the right thing shouldn't just be limited to the Law. The Law can be changed and manipulated by those in power, and I'd hate that. However, I wouldn't have any aversion to following the law, so yeah. As long as the law was within my interests, I'd follow it, but if it wasn't, oh well. By the way, for all 5 of you that haven't heard of the "Alignments", well, here's a description of each:

Lawful Good

Neutral Good

Chaotic Good

True Neutral

Chaotic Neutral

Lawful Neutral

Lawful Evil

Neutral Evil

Chaotic Evil

If you actually want to know what each of them means, look them up yourself, because it'd take a while to explain. Anyways, I didn't see any other post like this one, and I'm curious to see how each of the users here identify themselves. Good day.
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Here's one use of an alignment system for anyone who is curious:

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- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alignment_(role-playing_games)#Dungeons_.26_Dragons

The original Dungeons & Dragons game created a three alignment system of Law, Neutrality and Chaos.

In Advanced Dungeons & Dragons, this became a two-dimensional grid, one axis of which measures a "moral" continuum between good and evil, and the other "ethical" between law and chaos, with a middle ground of "neutrality" on both axes for those who are indifferent, committed to balance, or lacking the capacity to judge. This system was retained more or less unchanged through the second and third editions of the game. By combining the two axes, any given character has one of 9 possible alignments:



Neutral in this scheme can be one of two versions: Neutral/Neutral, those who have no interest in (or no ability to care about) the choice; or "True Neutral", meaning those who not only actively remain neutral but believe it is necessary to enforce the balance of the world on others, and would act in any required fashion to bring about that balance.

In the current 4th edition of the game, the alignment system has been simplified.

Lawful Good: Civilization and order.
Good: Freedom and kindness.
Unaligned: Having no alignment; not taking a stand.
Evil: Tyranny and hatred.
Chaotic Evil: Entropy and destruction.

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I'd put me in the Lawful Evil category as I view laws and rules as suggestions.
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Chaotic Neutral.
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20 / M / Eng Land
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Probably Neutral Good.
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Chaotic Good
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Lawful Good, I think. I'm torn between it and Neutral Good.

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21 / M / Edolas
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Probably chaotic neutral tbh.
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25 / M / USA
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Most definitely Lawful Good, for better or for worse.
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Chaotic or neutral good, probably.
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18 / M / New York
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Neutral Good.
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Chaotic
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I think I'm Lawful Neutral, I try to keep a stability in life but I like balance.
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Every time I've taken those various alignment tests around the internet you can find I end up with Chaotic Neutral. I love knowing I'm Chaotic Neutral, since I'm pretty averse to all forms of authority. I don't intentionally cause disorder, it's just that the rules I live by are my own, and when people get in my way I wreak havoc. Most times I seek out people with the same goals and aspirations as me, and in that case I'm very supportive of others and even loyal in some respects.
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On the surface, True Neutral. I don't give a damn about anyone or anything but myself and my survival.

Deep down? Lawful Good all the way. I don't get many chances to let it show, though.
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Chaotic Neutral, a mixture of Type 1 and 4. Mostly 1.


Type 1 can be vaguely described as a true hedonist — they are interested in fulfilling their desires, and in pursuing their own interests. They have little to no respect for law and order, at best accepting it as a necessary evil that furthers these ends, at worst to the point they are prepared to commit acts that are immoral or outright criminal, avoiding a Neutral or Chaotic Evil alignment due to simply not being ruthless or malevolent enough. They are not evil because their desires are not especially evil (or they have too much of a conscience), but neither are they altruistic enough to be considered good, and they may hold both either in disdain or with indifference, feeling that to each their own, though most know better than to hang out with especially wicked types. At best, they are kind to friends, family or strangers if only because they find such behaviour personally satisfying; at worst, they are Jerkasses who don't give a damn about anyone but themselves, and are indifferent or blind to the rights of others.

Type 4 are those who are overly cynical, and hold no allegiance to anyone and decide for themselves what is right or wrong, and whether or not they want to do anything about it. They are often the disillusioned types who once held onto an ideal or have lost their family or friends, and often belonged to a completely different alignment, but others were cynical from an early age, often (but not always) due to a bad childhood. They can be dragged into The Quest or bought for their services, and may battle the forces of evil if they come across them or they get in the way, but they lack conviction beyond basic self-interest, and if they still aspire to better themselves they are usually their own worst enemy. They are often loners, though they may have a handful of close family or friends, and tend to prize survival highly with wealth, luxury and power often being mainly (though not necessarily exclusively) a means of ensuring said-survival for good, assuming they are not self-destructive or suicidal. At their worst can be completely amoral and indifferent to other people getting hurt whether or not by their own hand, but they usually have the potential to still be good people.


http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/ChaoticNeutral

http://tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/Main/CharacterAlignment
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