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Paladin doesn't lift seat. Pees on seat.

or

Paladin DOES lift seat, does NOT put it back down.
Female halfling sits on it, falls in; falls down the chute to her doom.

I forgot what I was going to ask.


Oh yeah; I guess this is a "guy" paladin deal here.


If a paladin takes a nasty deuce and doesn't spray after, is that evil? That one is either gender.


If a confused paladin takes a nasty deuce after the female halfling has fallen in, is that evil?

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If a paladin doesn't wash his hands, despite clearly worded signs to the contrary, as he is immune to disease, is that evil?


I think a paladin could stinkpalm Orcus and be okay.


I think a paladin could stinkpalm Orcus and be okay.

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Dementrius wrote:
If a paladin doesn't wash his hands, despite clearly worded signs to the contrary, as he is immune to disease, is that evil?

No, but it’s unlawful and against the paladin code, as a paladin must respect legitimate authority. If there is an authority more legitimate than a sign in a washroom I don’t know what it is.

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Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I think a paladin could stinkpalm Orcus and be okay.

What if he gave Orcus a Hitler?


Theese threead ees sheety!


Well...to even discuss such matters openly is in direct violation of a paladin's code. You also shouldn't be:

Shaking hands after coughing, Mr. Immune-to-disease!

Or sneezing wihtout a hanky!

Or spitting your tobacco juice in a cup and leaving it on the table at someone's house party!

Or smoking in public, for that matter!

You better straighten up sonny-boy, or you're going to find your self busted down to "warrior" in a Sandpoint-minute!


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If the paladin doesn't roll the toothpaste tube from the bottom will he lose his powers and be forced to become an Anti-paladin?

This is important as my PC's are getting ready for bed and the paladin is in a dilhemma.

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JMD031 wrote:

If the paladin doesn't roll the toothpaste tube from the bottom will he lose his powers and be forced to become an Anti-paladin?

This is important as my PC's are getting ready for bed and the paladin is in a dilhemma.

He doesn't actually need to brush - he's immune to gum disease.

Problem. Solved.

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Mothman wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I think a paladin could stinkpalm Orcus and be okay.
What if he gave Orcus a Hitler?

It's a documented part of every paladin's code isn't it? They even get to "S++$e Evil" several times per day.


Dementrius wrote:
Mothman wrote:
Spanky the Leprechaun wrote:
I think a paladin could stinkpalm Orcus and be okay.
What if he gave Orcus a Hitler?
It's a documented part of every paladin's code isn't it? They even get to "s*!%e Evil" several times per day.

that's how I read it.


I am sure all of this is covered in a subsection of the rules.


What if the paladin doesn't give a courtesy flush? Is that evil?


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What if the paladin folds the toilet paper the wrong way? Will this cause him to fall?


What if it's dark and he steps on the soap?


What if he drops the soap?

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What if there is no soap, and he realizes it, but doesn't tell anyone else?


If he uses the last of the toilet paper and doesn't tell anyone, then he could trigger a soul-blight attack upon himself.

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Tensor wrote:


If he uses the last of the toilet paper and doesn't tell anyone, then he could trigger a soul-blight attack upon himself.

TRue. I've seen it happen, and it's never a pretty sight.


Aberzombie wrote:
Tensor wrote:


If he uses the last of the toilet paper and doesn't tell anyone, then he could trigger a soul-blight attack upon himself.

TRue. I've seen it happen, and it's never a pretty sight.

Once, this pally of Asmodium AD wouldn't help out. I didn't need much, just 3 squares of TP would do it. But she said no, she couldn't spare a square.

And then she smote the hand dryer. B*tch!

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Tensor wrote:


If he uses the last of the toilet paper and doesn't tell anyone, then he could trigger a soul-blight attack upon himself.

Paladins only use one square.


Creepy Puppet wrote:
What if the paladin doesn't give a courtesy flush? Is that evil?

Paladins don't need to courtesy flush. Their sh!t doesn't stink...

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