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In this video, I go over how I changed from the 9 point alignment system to a 3 point alignment system in my D&D 5e game, The World of Arkonis Actual Play podcast.
1. Light Characters
Under this spectrum will follow the law to the best of their ability, and know they are being watched, thus do the right thing. They will help fellow mankind out when needed, but doesn’t necessarily mean they will go out of the way to right the wrong all the time. Not all characters that fall under here will be Justice Warriors, unless they desire to be.
2. Dark Characters
Under this spectrum will follow good’s ultimate opposite, pure Evil. Which is demonic in nature, always trying to encourage the misery of others and taking pure joy at watching what they accomplished. Their actions are purely based on a whim, and diabolical in decision when possible. 3. Grey Indifferent is neither really light nor really dark and is normally the alignment associated with nature or the “good free spirited protector of nature”. Will do the right thing if warranted, but will never commit.
3. Grey Characters
Indifferent is neither really light nor really dark and is normally the alignment associated with nature or the “good free spirited protector of nature”. Will do the right thing if warranted, but will never commit.
This works really well in my 5e games, it allows a lot of roleplay freedom and a lot of fun. I will be incorporating this into M&P2e
In my previous posting, I talked about using Gold/Treasure as a way to reward XP
, and help shifting focus away from just running around slaying things for experience points. But then the issue came up of “what about just skipping all that and just milestone level?”
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