Moral and Ethical Alignments

Here’s another test from quizfarm, a spin-off of the alignments defined in some fantasy role-playing games. Once again my result was easily predictable, but I’m a bit disconcerted that I scored high marks in chaotic evil — third ranking!

“You are Chaotic Good: someone who has little intrinsic respect for laws or authority, seeing them as insufficient to sustain what’s right. These people work according to their own moral compass which, while good, is not necessarily always aligned with that of society. Despite their chaotic tendancies, these people are good at heart.”

Chaotic Good — 75%
True Neutral — 75%
Chaotic Evil — 65%
Neutral Good — 65%
Lawful Good — 60%
Chaotic Neutral — 40%
Neutral Evil — 40%
Lawful Neutral — 20%
Lawful Evil — 20%

The Good Alignments

“A Lawful Good person acts as a good person is expected or required to act. They are dedicated to upholding both what is right and set down in law.”

“A Neutral Good person tries to do as much good as possible. These people are willing to work with the law to accomplish their goal, but if the law is corrupt, they are just as willing to tear it down. To these people, doing what’s right is the most important thing, regardless of rules, customs, or laws.”

“A Chaotic Good person is someone who has little intrinsic respect for laws or authority, seeing them as insufficient to sustain what’s right. These people work according to their own moral compass which, while good, is not necessarily always aligned with that of society. Despite their chaotic tendancies, these people are good at heart.”

The Neutral Alignments

“A Lawful Neutral person respects law and order above all. These people are often very organized, and frequently don’t have time for moralistic debates. Though not evil, these people also value law and order above the common good.”

“A True Neutral person has two faces — either these people are apathetic, preferring to focus their minds on more important things, or they truly believe in a balance of all things. To these people, there can be no light without some darkness. These people also have no dedication to, or intrinsic distrust of, laws.”

“A Chaotic Neutral person is someone who is self-motivated to the extreme. Thier actions may sometimes confuse others, due to their lack of moral affiliation. They have little respect for laws, and avoid both the temptation of evil and a feeling of duty to do good. These people can go along with either side of an argument — as long as they benefit from the result.”

The Evil Alignments

“A Lawful Evil person is someone who respects laws, customs, or traditions, but will try to bend them to suit their own needs. These people have little concern for others they hurt, being intrinsically self motivated. Despite this, they value order and obedience to authority.”

“A Neutral Evil person is primarily self-centered. These people are interested in getting ahead, whether through legal, questionable, or illegal means. They have little to no concern for others they hurt in the process.”

“A Chaotic Evil person is destructive to the extreme. These people put no value in life or beauty, taking pleasure in destroying both what is good and what is ordered. They have little to no respect for laws and the rights of others. Revenge is a powerful motivator for these people.”

3 thoughts on “Moral and Ethical Alignments

  1. Here’s mine….Lawful Good- 85% Neutral Good- 80% Chaotic Good- 50% Lawful Neutral- 45% Lawful Evil- 30% True Neutral- 25% Chaotic Evil- 20% Neutral Evil- 20% Chaotic Neutral- 0%

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