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Potato50012

Potato50012

Narangren Tirthallion

Icewind Dale, United States
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I am a person who likes chess, RPGs, science, and games of all kinds. I love to go camping and help people. I am very fond of the King's Pawn Opening: King's Head Opening. I am on Lichess as Potato50012 and D&D Wiki, Wikipedia, and Discord as Rorix the White.

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Chaotic Good

Your alignment is chaotic good. You believe in the importance of putting the interests of your fellow being before your own, but cannot stand to be forced to conform to another's laws or ideals. You usually act on what your heart tells you to do, rather than what the authorities tell you. You don't believe that anyone has the right to repress another being for any reason, and probably value personal freedom above all else. You concern yourself with the difference you can make here and now, and if someone doesn't like how you get things done, that's their problem. Chaotic goods often make excellent rebels and folk heroes. Most chaotic good adventurers die rebelling against authoritarian forces of evil. In the afterlife, you will probably spend eternity revelling in the beauteous lands of Arborea, experiencing an endlessly unpredictable cycle of joy and sorrow. Stronger souls may carve out their own lands within the plane, places of endless feasts and frivolity. http://www.angelfire.com/rpg/annwn/Alignment_Test.html

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