I came upon a note I wrote in 2006-03-05 or earlier.
I avoid roleplaying with women for concerns over chastity, atmosphere influences, favouritism and pathetic newbie girl roleplayers.
I thought a bit about it and I figured I'd write on it.. since I've changed, and circumstances have changed.
A website to help connect roleplayers and let them play over the internet.
Tries to be everything-in-one, and includes a tabletop engine that's not too bad. Definitely needs improvements to everything everywhere, but it's all good enough.
I started using it to play AD&D 5e
Writing > Dungeons & Dragons >
The lawful evil perspective is generally thought to be the most long-term playable within a group of similarly aligned characters. Such a group will generally recognize that the attainment of power is of paramount importance, and will work together, if not as a team, to gain power.
Some phrases to describe the lawful evil perspective:
I was exploring the mindset and personal philosophies for a character that I never played or intended to play.
Dungeons & Dragons
Alignment was something first brought to public light through D&D. It was a well-meaning idea, but in practice it is at best generally useless to creative gamers and at worst a terrible and fun-damaging hurdle.