MassivePauldrons wrote:Luckily I didn't do it...my sword did...I am very peaceful and would never do that...Praise Iomedae!nennafir wrote:To BigNorseWolf and Drahliana Moonrunner: Don't worry, I never pvp at a table. It is a big drag and only causes trouble. Also, it takes freedom away from the players, and I am never for that. This is only about killing lawful NPCs.Killing a Lawful NPC(or any non hostile NPC) that hasn't provoked combat is an evil act, enough evil acts and you'll have to retire your PFS character. Good luck with being an eye-roll inducing edgelord though.
How many times would this actually occur without you being in control, the blackblade's ego progression is pretty slow presumably you'll make the vast majority of you saves.
Are you going to be informing the DM at every table that your swords purpose to slay lawful creatures and to let you know when a personality conflict my occur. Or are you as the player going to determine when personality conflicts occur.
What happens when you fail an ego check next to lawful venture captain. What happens at the start of the society mission when you're assigned a group with a paladin and a monk you fail your ego check and you sword forces you to remove associates it finds, "distasteful". Can the mission even be completed at that point?
To many problems that don't have clear answer, if I was DMing I'd make the call that for the sake of keeping the session on track your blade has no obvious purpose and move on.
the black blade’s mission is usually up to the GM and the needs of the campaign or the adventure, or a GM can determine the weapon’s purpose randomly using Table: Intelligent Item Purpose