BartucTheBloody wrote:On the whole objective alignment thing. I don't really care what developers, gods, or others say. I will always act in my own "moral" way. My highest moral authority in any world is me. Good, Evil, Law, and Chaos are just words.They're just words that describe real patterns of behavior. If your actual behavior matches the patterns that we call Lawful then using that word to describe you is an accurate and useful description of important reality. If your actions match the pattern that we call Evil, then there will be real consequences- not because of the word, but because of the acts that made the word applicable.
Yes I agree, but out of game I may disagree with their classifications of good and evil just like in game my character may disagree as well. That is all I am saying. I will hold to my subjective morality in and out of character and in and out of game. I will also deal with whatever consequences whatever forces force on me as well as losing access to whatever skills/abilities. I am just arguing for a less black and white definition of abilities so that characters aren't as limited. I would like to see some low fantasy elements as far as morality is concerned.