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RandomRex6 4th Nov 2015, 8:00 AM edit delete
Philosophy is not something that tends to come up during gameplay. At least, if it does, it leads to alignment arguments. And that way leads to madness.

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Raxon 4th Nov 2015, 1:21 PM edit delete reply
You know, the most violent alignment argument came when my character decided to pave a village's streets with candy, and decorate for not Christmas.

Everything was coated in molten candy. Houses, carriages, horses, streets, everything. I was accused of being an evil psychotic. Others argued that since it was intended o be a gesture of good will, I wasn't evil.

In reality, I just grabbed the wrong character sheet, because I thought we were playing toon.
Malroth 4th Nov 2015, 4:40 PM edit delete reply
Mechanicaly what kind of character could pull that off by accident?
Raxon 5th Nov 2015, 12:54 PM edit delete reply
One from toon. I didn't have my bard character, just Nappy, the Borebarian. Basically, I applied a candy glaze to everything.

The DM ruled that even that was stretching it, so I could not, in fact, decorate even further with sour cream icing, candy floss, and other edible treats.

It was the other players who stopped me and said, "wait, are you painting everything with molten sugar?"
Malroth 5th Nov 2015, 10:24 PM edit delete reply
yeah but you grab a character for the wrong campaign and it becomes Error stat not found. to pull this off in Mage you'd need an Arete roll, In call of Cuthulu a Mythos Lore, In Dnd a Wish spell or Polymorph any object, Your Toon character sheet won't have anything by any of those names thus won't work in the system.
Raxon 7th Jan 2016, 11:38 PM edit delete reply
Gonna be honest. I was banking on nobody noticing, because I bought 5,000 gold of candy and edible paints, and the DM assumed this would have jo bearing on anything so he let my character spend several days of our downtime coating the village in colorful candy. I was doing fine until they asked if I was coating everything in molten sugar.

Then everything went nuts, and they found out. And that was when I learned the DM has copies of all our character sheets on his laptop.
Otaku 4th Nov 2015, 7:43 PM edit delete reply
Generally it leads to arguments in a group that is not homogeneous. I'd add in some comment about maturity but from what I can tell that will only influence the nature of the argument, not whether or not there will be one. =P

Granted as I favor systems that don't use alignments, such debates didn't happen all that often even when I was actively playing as often as I could. ;)
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