What alignment are you?


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I took many of these online alignment tests and had different results. Mostly Neutral Good.


Test claims Lawful Neutral.

I'd say, depending on mood (and the people I interact with), anything from Chaotic Good to Chaotic Evil, on that axis.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Adventure Path, Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

I'm apparently Lawful Good according to some of the tests, but I'm more likely Lawful Neutral.


I'm all sorts of Chaotic Neutral. I like to think that I am creeping closer to Chaotic Good over time though.

Dark Archive

Chaotic Neutral from my perspective but that's only because there isn't any kind of Chaotic Douche alignment.


I am Lawful Good. It's true!! In fact, a little old lady once told me that I do God's work.

Problem is, as part of my paladin calling I answer to a higher law which, unfortunately, rarely coincides with temporal edicts. :(

But, don't worry, good Paizonians, when the forces of darkness are nigh and all remembrance of light seems vanguished, fear not! For as long as Doodlebug Anklebiter, Goblin Paladin, draws breath--[bubble bubble bubble]--hope lives on!


Most tests claim me being CN, sometimes leaning towards CG.


Neutral evil to true neutral, mostly.

Sovereign Court

Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Tests say Lawful Neutral - though I'd like to think I tend toward good as well.


I've been playing D&D so long that I can't help but game the system. :(


Too lazy to take more than a couple, and I've been given True Neutral and Chaotic Evil.


L/C is too tricky. I'm personally not a drama queen, and enjoy acting efficiently, and being by myself. Those questions peg me as "lawful." On the flip side, I'm a fierce iconoclast, despise established authority, and won't let anyone else tell me how to live. All those questions peg me as strongly "chaotic."

"Neutral" just doesn't cut it.

The Exchange

I'm either LG or LN, mainly LG. I'm also, apperently, either a Paladin or a Cleric. Huh. My mother, a player before it was known as 1st edition, once called me a Half-Orc Paladin. I laughed hard.


Chaotic Good if going by how I'm supposed to be religious-wise.

Otherwise, I think Chaotic Good still.

Dark Archive Vendor - Fantasiapelit Tampere

Most tests that portray your actions in normal conditions makes me mostly True Neutral given to my laidback nature ,with sometimes lawful neutral. Tests that include wartimes, terrorism or something like that?-Neutral Evil or Lawful Evil. It's funny.


Good with a healthy disrespect for and paranoia about "lawful" authority.

Liberty's Edge

According to tests I'm Neutral Good. Leaning more towards Chaos than Law.

I think that's more or less accurate.


Jerry Wright 307 wrote:
Good with a healthy disrespect for and paranoia about "lawful" authority.

Then either neutral good or chaotic good.


Leaning toward chaotic. I don't care for written law and the profession connected with it.

Liberty's Edge

Jerry Wright 307 wrote:
Leaning toward chaotic. I don't care for written law and the profession connected with it.

Neither do I, as a rule.

Well, depending on what kind of lawyer. One of my mother's friends is a specialist in corporate law, who never works for large corporations, but rather for people suing them. That's really pretty cool.


I've got a good friend I used to game with, who went to college to study acting. He was a great gamer, good friend, all-around nice guy.

He went off to Chicago and got into acting for a while, then dissappeared into law college in Louisiana. He has since come home, and he's definitely not the guy he used to be. He's not what you'd call a rules lawyer, but a life lawyer.

Everything--absolutely everything is a debate with him. And it doesn't matter what you believe or what's true. It only matters what you can prove.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Starfinder Roleplaying Game Subscriber

Internet alignment tests combined with recent evaluations of moral philosophy indicate LG...surprisingly, although I'd still make a sucky paladin...


Lawful/Evil to my friends, Neutral/Evil to my enemies.


Probably Neutral to the masses: so little of my world has anything to do with them, so they don't often have to deal with me...


Neutral on the G/E axis; I'd probably be a fairly easygoing Chaotic on the other scale. Personality wise, most everyone says LN. A forty-year-old lawful neutral librarian.

Still, have to go with CN.

Liberty's Edge

Lawful Good every time.


Probably somewhere between True Neutral and Chaotic Neutral. Anything Lawful is definitely out, and while I'd like to be Good in theory, I have to admit that most my actions are motivated by "how will this benefit me or those closest to me?". I like to think that someone with a Good alignment would act accordingly to most if not all people they meet, not just their friends and family, and that rules me out.

Dark Archive

Neutral, with Lawful Good tendencies.


Pathfinder Adventure Path, Lost Omens, Rulebook Subscriber

Lawful good. Just like my profile says.


I'm probably closest to Neutral Evil according to some definitions.


Well, according to this neat little test, I'm Lawful Neutral. Which makes sense as a Soldier/ aspiring police officer.
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Also this is my first post. Hi!

EDIT: Saw the "How to" after I hit submit. Heh...


Chaotic good. I dont do very well with rules and authority but i care about others.


My actions say I'm Neutral Good.
My thoughts say I'm Chaotic Good.


Neutral Good.

Silver Crusade

Very few people are fessing up to being evil on this thread. I call shenanigans.

I would speculate that in real life, and in Pathfinder as well, self-reported alignments are highly unreliable.


Celestial Healer wrote:

Very few people are fessing up to being evil on this thread. I call shenanigans.

I would speculate that in real life, and in Pathfinder as well, self-reported alignments are highly unreliable.

That says more about your perception of people than people themselves.

See, that can play both ways.

I think most people are neutral good. They favor helping people but still help themselves, and use the law or break it depending on risks and necessity.

Silver Crusade

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It's not that I think people are evil; I don't.

I just suspect that where people would place themselves on the good/evil spectrum is more indicative of their sense of self-worth than of their actual moral compass. The only people I have ever known to think of themselves as evil or wicked are people burdened with a sense of self-loathing.

People who would actually meet the criteria of "evil" would never describe themselves as such.


Celestial Healer wrote:

It's not that I think people are evil; I don't.

I just suspect that where people would place themselves on the good/evil spectrum is more indicative of their sense of self-worth than of their actual moral compass. The only people I have ever known to think of themselves as evil or wicked are people burdened with a sense of self-loathing.

People who would actually meet the criteria of "evil" would never describe themselves as such.

I've known several people that thought they were evil, or that altruism was for pussies and that they were going to take what they wanted and had a fun time doing it.

One guy was a paramedic talking about how he cheated on his girl by having a threesome. I asked if it happened at his home to which he replied, "pfft, no. I wouldn't take those kinds of perversions back around my daughter."

And of course there are worse. They knew they weren't good people.


Evil doesn't have to be overt to be evil; just consistently selfish and manipulative. Just sayin'.

Silver Crusade

Indeed. And never underestimate the ability of the human mind to rationalize unethical behavior.


Supposedly, I'm True Neutral...which does make a fair bit of sense, all things considered.

I think, however, that the test I took was kinda...not accurate in its responses. For example, a lot of the questions on money were like 'what's the best way to make money' and the answers were like 'be a manipulative turd, be kinda turdy, work hard like a tool, be a giant tool'. Personally, I'm not in this game of life for the money...only reason I'm still here is because this s@+@ is just starting to get interesting XP

But eh...I figure I'm somewhere on the scale between TN and CN.


Celestial Healer wrote:

It's not that I think people are evil; I don't.

I just suspect that where people would place themselves on the good/evil spectrum is more indicative of their sense of self-worth than of their actual moral compass. The only people I have ever known to think of themselves as evil or wicked are people burdened with a sense of self-loathing.

People who would actually meet the criteria of "evil" would never describe themselves as such.

In a sense, calling oneself "evil" is just another form of self-deprecation.

In the same sense, I don't think I'm... "proud" enough to call myself "good".


Or, being OK with being evil, but not OK with being hypocritical about it? Back to the whole 'lawful/evil' concept...


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Celestial Healer wrote:
Indeed. And never underestimate the ability of the human mind to rationalize unethical behavior.

And never underestimate the human mind's desire and capacity to classify as rationalization that which goes against their own opinions. I experience a lot of that around here.

As for me, I'm pretty certain that I'm NG -> CG.

Grand Lodge

Pathfinder Adventure, Rulebook Subscriber; Pathfinder Battles Case Subscriber

Once upon a time I thought I was Neutral Good, but these days I just say Neutral.


According to the test on the Wizards site, I would be true Neutral.


Every alignment test I've ever taken comes out True Neutral.

I call shenanigans on the tests however. They're asking the questions wrong and are much too easy to manipulate. My attempts to not manipulate the system just lead me to waffle in how I manipulate it thereby leading to a result of true neutral.

The result though may be accurate in spite of all that.

Shadow Lodge

Always come out Lawful Neutral, think that's pretty accurate as long as you keep in mind the "lawful =/= always agrees with local laws, lawful = holds to a strong personal code and rarely varies from it".


Don't know what Celestial Healer's talking about, I'm Lawful Good.

Scarab Sages

Neutral.

I am neither good nor evil.

I don't worship the law or seek to undermine it.

I will do good when appropriate but am also pragmatic enough to walk away if more is asked than I am willing to give.

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