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15th Apr '18 6:05:55 AM ladyofthelibrary
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-->'''Hanks:''' ''(his hand on his shoulder)'' Nice work, pal!

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-->'''Hanks:''' No!

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25th Jul '17 10:48:43 PM MillaMaxwell
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* 5e supplemental material created [[http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/unearthed-arcana/trio-subclasses the Oath of Redemption.]] While a lot of Paladins are already heartwarming incarnate thanks to the fact they believe so strongly in justice and good as to fight for it and protect people with it, the Oath of Redemption takes it a step further; they truly believe that with patience, dedication, and wisdom, they can save anyone that isn't Undead or a Fiend (and in most cases, they even feel bad that they ''can't'' turn those creatures to the path of good) from being truly evil. Their level of dedication is staggering; they toss aside armor and martial weaponry to be more open with those they try to redeem, risking life and limb to give people a chance, because, in their mind, ''everyone'' deserves a second chance. And thanks to their Oath Spells and abilities, they can honestly succeed. They are so set in their goals and ideals that, when forced to fight, they can still make any blow a non-lethal one.

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* 5e supplemental material created [[http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/unearthed-arcana/trio-subclasses the Oath of Redemption.]] While a lot of Paladins are already heartwarming incarnate thanks to the fact they believe so strongly in justice and good as to fight for it and protect people with it, the Oath of Redemption takes it a step further; they truly believe that with patience, dedication, and wisdom, they can save anyone that isn't Undead or a Fiend (and in most cases, they even feel bad that they ''can't'' turn those creatures to the path of good) from being truly evil. Their level of dedication is staggering; they toss aside armor and martial weaponry to be more open with those they try to redeem, risking life and limb to give people a chance, because, in their mind, ''everyone'' deserves a second chance. And thanks to their Oath Spells and abilities, they can honestly succeed. They are so set in their goals and ideals that, when forced to fight, they can still make any blow a non-lethal one.one.
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25th Jul '17 10:48:05 PM MillaMaxwell
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* 5e supplemental material created [[http://dnd.wizards.com/articles/unearthed-arcana/trio-subclasses the Oath of Redemption.]] While a lot of Paladins are already heartwarming incarnate thanks to the fact they believe so strongly in justice and good as to fight for it and protect people with it, the Oath of Redemption takes it a step further; they truly believe that with patience, dedication, and wisdom, they can save anyone that isn't Undead or a Fiend (and in most cases, they even feel bad that they ''can't'' turn those creatures to the path of good) from being truly evil. Their level of dedication is staggering; they toss aside armor and martial weaponry to be more open with those they try to redeem, risking life and limb to give people a chance, because, in their mind, ''everyone'' deserves a second chance. And thanks to their Oath Spells and abilities, they can honestly succeed. They are so set in their goals and ideals that, when forced to fight, they can still make any blow a non-lethal one.
15th Jun '17 5:28:36 PM MasterMetallix
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* [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/oa/20061017a One from the Wizards website rather than any core rulebook]], but [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fc/20050824a Eludecia]], the [[HornyDevils succubus]] [[HeelFaceTurn Paladin]], is quite possibly the single biggest example of LoveRedeems in D&D.

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* [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/oa/20061017a One from the Wizards website rather than any core rulebook]], rulebook, but [[http://www.[[http://archive.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fc/20050824a Eludecia]], the [[HornyDevils succubus]] [[HeelFaceTurn Paladin]], is quite possibly the single biggest example of LoveRedeems in D&D.
28th May '17 1:38:12 PM nombretomado
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10th Aug '16 10:59:58 AM BlizzardeyeWonder
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** The Apostle of Peace. The entire point of the class is that, in a gameline where ViolenceIsTheOnlyAnswer more often than not, they exist to say "There are other ways to do this". And ''prove it.''

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** The Apostle of Peace. The entire point of the class is that, in a gameline where ViolenceIsTheOnlyAnswer ViolenceReallyIsTheAnswer more often than not, they exist to say "There are other ways to do this". And ''prove it.''
21st May '16 11:22:41 PM bweb
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[[AC: The Night of No Tomorrow]]
[[AC: The Eye Of The Beholder]]
[[AC: The Hall Of Bones]]
[[AC: Valley Of The Unicorns]]
[[AC: In Search Of The Dungeon Master]]
[[AC: Beauty And The Bogbeast]]
[[AC: Prison Without Walls]]
[[AC: Servant Of Evil]]
[[AC:Quest Of The Skeleton Warrior]]
[[AC: The Garden Of Zinn]]
[[AC: The Box]]
[[AC: The Lost Children]]
[[AC: P-R-E-S-T-O Spells Disaster]]
[[AC: The Girl Who Dreamed Tomorrow]]
[[AC: The Treasure Of Tardos]]
[[AC: City At The Edge Of Midnight]]
[[AC: The Traitor]]
[[AC: Day Of The Dungeon Master]]
[[AC: The Last Illusion]]
[[AC: The Dragon's Graveyard]]
[[AC: Child Of The Stargazer]]
[[AC: The Dungeon At The Heart Of Dawn]]
[[AC: The Time Lost]]
[[AC: Odyssey Of The Twelfth Talisman]]
[[AC: Citadel Of Shadow]]
[[AC: Cave Of The Fairie Dragons]]
[[AC: The Winds Of Darkness]]
14th May '16 12:02:31 AM WanderingBrowser
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* [[http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Noh The story of Noh]].

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* [[http://1d4chan.org/wiki/Noh The story of Noh]]. At least the good end. Warning, link contains {{NSFW}} material.
** The story's also related on the OffTheRails page. Apparently, the GameMaster tried to give a party some kind of moral test by leaving two very powerful objects guarded by a tiny little girl (who wasn't real, and could only say "No" and "Please do not take these items".) Instead of doing anything simple, the party assumed the girl had been traumatized and spent ages trying to get her to snap out of it, sweet in itself. Eventually, the party's bard played a song for her to try and help, and because he rolled well, the GM let her CryCute very, very slightly. The party's response? They decided she was the cutest, most {{Moe}} thing ''ever'' and decided to ''take her with them''. Eventually the GM gave into the cute and let her develop a mind. She became the group's mascot, Noh. Say it with me: ''awwwwww!''
* [[TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons The Book of Exalted Deeds]], a work which sets up its basecamp on the far Idealism end of the SlidingScaleOfIdealismVersusCynicism, and actually ''makes it work''. The main cause: it stated ''no-one'' is beyond redemption, not even members of AlwaysChaoticEvil races (well, except demons and devils, but since they're ''made'' from evil, that really isn't too much of a surprise). They demonstrated this by having a sample character who was a ''reformed mind flayer''. The idea of a creature that pretty much defines LawfulEvil, can only survive on brains, and comes from a culture based on telepathic slavery, learning that there is a better way and ending up on the side of light...
** Even more so the idea of redeeming evil items. The fact that someone somewhere made an armor made solely to allow only the most evil bastards to resemble a demon, and even that armor can be taught the ways of good...it's just...wow!
** The Apostle of Peace. The entire point of the class is that, in a gameline where ViolenceIsTheOnlyAnswer more often than not, they exist to say "There are other ways to do this". And ''prove it.''
* Rudolph van Richten, ''TabletopGame/{{Ravenloft}}'s'' greatest monster-hunter/expert, lost his only child when a tribe of Vistani gypsies sold his kidnapped boy Erasmus to a vampire. In grief-maddened vengeance, he destroyed the entire tribe, save one survivor who'd been away from camp. Decades later, Van Richten and the survivor meet face to face, and manage to set mutual recriminations aside, swearing forgiveness and friendship in a CMOH for the ages.
* On the matter of D&D [=CMOHs=], there is about one for every two items in the book Weapons Of Legacy.
** Bright Evening Star, a ring made out of ThePowerOfLove.
** Bullybasher's Gauntlets. "... [the hero] used much of his own wealth to finance a hospital for the poor, so poverty would never again make the difference between one of them living or dying." Priceless.
** Celdoriath's Clarion. Celdoriath was an Elven ranger who won the right to wed his king's daughter by sheer awesome.
** Coral Bite, a trident wielded by Ildashurn, a doppelganger who stole the form of an aquatic elf, Sajolveun, that he killed by mistake : "Feeling guilty, the doppelganger studied the elf's life from his underwater home, adopted Sajolveun's identity, and returned to the aquatic elves. Ildashurn did everything in his power to amend the mistake he had made. In so doing, however, he fell in love with the aquatic elves and became their hero. Even his legendary weapon had embraced him completely. When Ildashurn could no longer politely avoid the topic of marriage, he announced that he would be leaving to fulfill a personal quest, promising to take a wife upon his return. Privately, Ildashurn had no intention of returning. When he reached the surface and tried changing back into an air-breathing creature, the doppelganger discovered that he could not. He was no longer a shapechanger. Somehow, he had become an aquatic elf. Perhaps it was some strange effect of his trident's power, or perhaps it was the act of some benevolent deity. Ildashurn didn't care. He just smiled and dove back into the water."
** Divine Spark, a Holy Symbol used to unite all the religions against the enemies of life.
** ... and more. The paladin's ghost that lingers to finish the training of his apprentice, who turns and just smiles at him; at that, the spirit passes on. The other paladin soul, captured in an über-evil blade, that ends up redeeming it. The messenger who seeks the god of travel to give his successor abilities to match his own, so that he not be mocked for not living up to an impossible legacy. And so on and so forth.
* [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/oa/20061017a One from the Wizards website rather than any core rulebook]], but [[http://www.wizards.com/default.asp?x=dnd/fc/20050824a Eludecia]], the [[HornyDevils succubus]] [[HeelFaceTurn Paladin]], is quite possibly the single biggest example of LoveRedeems in D&D.
3rd Jan '16 10:07:37 AM Julia1984
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--> ''Sheila:''' Then I'm not alone?

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-->''(Later, as Bobby and Eric are the only one watching the trio who lagged behind)''

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2nd Jan '16 1:27:39 PM Julia1984
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-->'''Bobby:" Don't worry, Uni, we're okay. And would you believe who saved us? Eric!

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-->'''Bobby:" -->'''Bobby:''' Don't worry, Uni, we're okay. And would you believe who saved us? Eric!
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