My favorite thing about joke D&D alignment charts is that I am always, always Chaotic Good. I just can't avoid my nature, and everybody knows it.
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some friendly dos/donts
Lawful Good: washing your hands, social distancing, and forwarding your mom's pandemic advice emails to your friends
Neutral Good: taking loong moody walks by yourself at weird hours of the day
Chaotic Good: having a facetime tinder hookup and venmoing your service industry friends what you would have spent at the bar
Lawful Neutral: writing a series of poems/personal essays on what "distance" means to you
True Neutral: putting aside your manuscript to watch all 543 episodes of chopped
Chaotic Neutral: adopting a lizard
Lawful Evil: hoarding hand sanitizer and toilet paper
Neutral Evil: exacerbating panic and yelling at people on the internet
Chaotic Evil: having the privilege and resources to be able to self-isolate and choosing not to because this is America and you feel fine
via Aiden Arata on Instagram
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The wonderfully talented artist and illustrator, Michelle Rial, posted this D & D character alignment chart to her Twitter feed.
Which alignment are you? Would you use different candy hearts?
Happy Valentine's Day!
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I made this chart after reading about Opaque Couche. Read the rest
Julia Burnham tweeted, "I woke up in a cold sweat last night to create this content. I present: the Email Sign-off Alignment." It's excellent!
Connector Alignment Chart
Shopping Cart Alignment Chart
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In response to a challenge from David Weaver; Beskone points out that echoing/catting to file is not text editing and Pico/GNU Nano belongs in True Neutral. Read the rest
I just read Marco Arment's lament for the dire state of the USB-C ecology, where you never know if any given machine, gadget or cable will do the thing you want it to. I thought about all the ports in my life, over the years, and my experiences of the moral qualities thereof.
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I just read Krystal D'Costa's article about Why Don't People Return Their Shopping Carts and was astounded to learn that no-one had created a shopping cart alignment chart. I have rectified this failure. Read the rest
@mattatomic on Twitter not only had a brilliant idea, but executed it with such perfection I'm not sure I'll ever be able to eat carbs again without wondering at its moral and ethical placement. Read the rest