Order. People tell me to think outside the box. I will get to that when I am done exploring all it has to offer.
Chaos because http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFlXswfb8FM
The Endless NightmareOrder due to philosophical reasons.
It is not that I am mad, it is only that my head is different from yours.
Mort RomantiqueI lean heavily towards Chaos.
edited 28th Feb '13 5:56:08 AM by Blackfyre
L'idylle est mort.
The gravestone has been stolenChaos! Politics are far too ordered, my room is always a mess
edited 28th Feb '13 5:47:19 AM by terlwyth
Wo ist die Bibliothek?
I lean so far towards Order, I've promised myself never to enter politics or anything similar. I fear I would become some form of Knight Templar if given enough room to do so.
edited 28th Feb '13 5:43:13 AM by TopographicOcean
I never asked for thisI suppose Im on the Law side, but I disagree with overbearing governments or overly moralistic ones. Moderate Law is the term I'd use. The thing that sets me apart from Neutral is that I disagree with the "You can do anything you want as long as you dont hurt anyone but yourself" mentality. Doesnt hurting yourself hurt those who care about you? Like if we legalized drugs, wouldn't driving high start to kill people the same way driving drunk does now? But if Shin Megami Tensei has taught me anything, only Neutral ever seems to get the True End.
edited 1st Mar '13 7:27:10 AM by SalmonPunch
"You like Castlevania, don't you?"
Dapper GentlemanBOTH. Chaos within order, order within chaos. This is my way.
"And every life is a special story of its own." —The Stargazer, Mass Effect 3
outside the gridorder combined with truth.
Reverse the CurseFuck sides, man. Neither of them are going anywhere and we need both of them. The whole argument is just a bunch of posturing in one direction or the other. Hail LoN-sama.
The Harbinger of StrangeI've taken a few of those D&D tests and tend to score far more often as a Chaotic Neutral than anything else. I'm not sure if I see myself that way. I guess you could say I respect order, to an extent, but tend to favour chaos. This is, assuming, we're talking about a more philosophical kind of chaos and not the society breaking down, screaming and rioting, people throwing molotovs kind of chaos. But I find something liberating about that too. Society's fetish for order is too overwhelming sometimes, it chokes out individuality and free thought. A day in the apocalypse, where there are no rules, might be a real breath of fresh air. I might also get clubbed in the head by a rioter and spend the whole day unconscious, or worse. Then again, I also think that a Big Brother dictatorship is possibly the only viable form of government. My THOUGHTS are certainly chaotic.
edited 1st Mar '13 3:31:55 AM by Alma
You need an adult.
hn... both. neither. a facade of chaos, hiding a facade of order hiding yet another facade of chaos... and it goes on and on and on like the ouroboros.... personally, i'll go with order, because the world is too insane as is. i'd gladly switch as necessary. those "alignment tests" usually give me neutral/chaotic good.
edited 1st Mar '13 7:12:10 AM by Passerby
so much to do, and yet... here, it feels like one cannot do anything but lie here and sleep forever.
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