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16 September 2005 @ 12:07 pm
74% Good, 50% Chaotic
Plane of Existence: Elysium, "Blessed Fields". Description: The plane of peace. Notable Inhabitants: Guardinals - noble immortal humanoids with bestial features.

Examples of Neutral-Goods (Ethically Neutral, Morally Good)

Mother Theresa


Sidhartha Gautama (the Buddha)


Bilbo & Frodo Baggins

Samwise Gamgee

Indiana Jones

The Dali Lama

Ben (O-Bi-Wan) Kenobi

Luke Skywalker

Harry Potter



Often goes along with the laws and desires of the group as being the
easiest course of action, but ethical considerations clearly have top
priority. May pursue quite abstract goals. Often aloof and difficult to

Will keep their word to others of good alignment

Would not attack an unarmed foe

Will not use poison

Will help those in need

May work with others

Indifferent to higher authority

Indifferent to organizations

Neutral Good


A neutral good [person] will obey the law, or break it when he or
she sees it will serve a greater good. He or she is not bound strongly
to a social system or order. His or her need to help others and reduce
their suffering may take precedence over all else. Neutral good
[people] do good for goodness' sake, not because they are directed to
by law or by whim.

This alignment desires good without bias for or against order.

Other Alignments and Tendencies (Tendenices are what you would more often sway towards; esp. for Neutrals):

0-39% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Evil

0-39% Good, 40-60% Chaotic: Neutral-Evil

0-39% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Evil

40-60% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Neutral

40-60% Good, 40-60% Chaotic: True Neutral

40-60% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Neutral

61-100% Good, 0-39% Chaotic: Lawful-Good

61-100% Good, 61-100% Chaotic: Chaotic-Good

My test tracked 2 variables How you compared to other people your age and gender:
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You scored higher than 65% on Good
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You scored higher than 56% on Chaotic
Link: The Alignment Test written by xan81 on Ok Cupid
Josephine: Bat Nippleslovellama on September 16th, 2005 04:53 pm (UTC)
I turned out to be Lawful-Good. Booooorign! Superman. I want to be Batman. What's Batman?
PMMJ: Shadecheetahmaster on September 16th, 2005 05:42 pm (UTC)
I'm thinking he's pretty dang Chaotic Good. It's a weird example, because he totally reveres the law, and wants a lawful society, but his entire schtick is goind around and breaking those laws.
Josephine: FSMBelievelovellama on September 16th, 2005 05:47 pm (UTC)
True, he goes around catching bad guys the way he wants, but he does turn them over to the law and doesn't kill anyone. :/
Josephinelovellama on September 16th, 2005 05:49 pm (UTC)
Hmmm. This place has Batman as a True Neutral. I don't agree. If he was, he wouldn't be fighting crime.
Adrianadrian232 on September 16th, 2005 06:46 pm (UTC)
Absolutely, I totally agreed. It even describes True Neutral as someone who would fight for the underdog. That means if crime was low, batman would be fighting the police! While batman might have his own reason for doing things, he uses the theory "with great power comes great responsibility", and actively chooses to use his power for the greater good. That makes him a Neutral-Good character. Actually most superheroes (bar Superman) would be Neutral-Good. Superman would be Lawful-Good, because early depictions of Superman had him fighting in wars for America, which is a lawful concept.

Now, another interesting note, I scored as Chaotic-Neutral (as no suprise to me) which puts me up there with wild animals and Tarzan, alongside with Tyler Durton. But in the description it says, "...does not intentionally disrupt organizations as part of a campaign for anarchy." because otherwise you'd have to be motivated (good/evil concept). Umm, didn't Tyler Durton blow up all the major credit card companies across America? But in his defense, a Chaotic Neutral person could actually do such a thing if they threatened his lifestyle (of chaos and anarchy). However, Tyler Durton is a very complex character. I actually believe at the beginning he was a Chaotic-Neutral, then became Lawful-Neutral near the end when chaos became the law he governed. NOTE: (Chaotic individuals do not make good leaders).
Strange Detractor: sprocketprofessorbooty on September 22nd, 2005 07:33 pm (UTC)
In Gotham City, the cops *are* the underdogs.

The cops would have to become totalitarian fascists to change that on their own, and then Batman *would* try to take them down.

You know, just to play devil's advocate.
Andy: jackcastironskillet on September 16th, 2005 08:28 pm (UTC)
Drat - I was really looking forward to taking this survey -- and I'm still gonna -- but now I'm fairly convinced the author is not qualified to have written it.

I'm with Paul on the "odd case but clearly chaotic good" tip.
Strange Detractorprofessorbooty on September 22nd, 2005 07:57 pm (UTC)
Well, according to you, I'm neutral good, but according to this test, I'm...

92% Good, 68% Chaotic
Andy: mountain goatcastironskillet on September 16th, 2005 08:43 pm (UTC)
25. You stand to testify in against your (guilty) close friend. Your feelings/actions are...

Guilty of what?? Some crimes have victims, others don't. I cannot answer the question as it stands. No I do not testify against my close friend the pot dealer; yes I testify against my close friend the wife beater. Damn it. Help me out.
Josephine: Biscottilovellama on September 16th, 2005 08:49 pm (UTC)
Re: stuck
i agree. the boss wants you to kill 20 people? what kind of people? some guy who took too long at the checkout line? Pol Pot?
Andy: mountain goatcastironskillet on September 16th, 2005 08:54 pm (UTC)
Re: stuck
Now that one, it specifically states that you don't know. If you do it, you're evil, says I. I take the money, quit, call the police and disappear.
Josephine: GoHuntKillSkulslovellama on September 16th, 2005 08:56 pm (UTC)
Re: stuck
Ha! You're right, it does. My bad.
Andycastironskillet on September 16th, 2005 09:05 pm (UTC)
Re: stuck
I wound up deciding my friend was a wife-beater so I could get on with it.
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Josephine: Bat Nippleslovellama on September 16th, 2005 09:54 pm (UTC)
Re: Saving Throw
Well, yeah, but there's lots of fun in picking it apart!

"OMG I can't believe he has Bataman as Tru Neu! WTF?!?"

Adrianadrian232 on September 17th, 2005 04:16 am (UTC)
Re: Saving Throw
Yeah, but this GAME is a classic, and our arguments are over 40 years old. My point is, he should have gotten it by now! Plus, it's obvious he has a biased opinion about a lot of things (read his note in the true neutral description).

oh, and btw, we ARE in fact having LOADS of fun with this test (at the creator's expense) ;)
maiamaroonmd on September 17th, 2005 05:43 am (UTC)
44% Good, 66% Chaotic
Plane of Existence: Limbo, "Plane of Ever-Changing Chaos".
Description: An alien, anarchistic and unpredictable plane. Notable
Inhabitants: Githzerai - human-like monks; Slaad - frog-like creatures.

Examples of Chaotic-Neutrals (Ethically Chaotic, Morally Neutral)
Tyler Durden
Dr. Frankenstein
Doctor Moreau
Peeves the Poltergeist
Fred & George Weasly
"Wild animals"

The almost totally unpredictable non-conformist loner. Will stand
by and watch the white knight battle the black knight without feeling
compelled to take sides.

Will keep their word if in their best interest
May attack an unarmed foe
May use poison
May help those in need
Prefers to work alone
Responds poorly to higher authority
Distrustful of organizations
Self preservation is strong but will not go to the same extent as Neutral-Evils.
They can generally be swayed easily.

Chaotic Neutral
"Free Spirit"

A chaotic neutral [person] follows his whims. He is an
individualist first and last. He values his own liberty but doesn't
strive to protect others' freedom. He avoids authority, resents
restrictions, and challenges traditions. A chaotic neutral [person]
does not intentionally disrupt organizations as part of a campaign of
anarchy. To do so, he would have to be motivated either by good (and a
desire to liberate others), evil (and a desire to make others suffer),
or be lawful neutral. A chaotic neutral [person] may be unpredictable,
but his behavior is not totally random. He is not as likely to jump off
a bridge as to cross it.
Chaotic neutral is freedom from both society's restrictions and a do-gooder's zeal.
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