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Lawful Good

A lawful good character acts as a good person is expected or required to act. He/she combines a commitment to oppose evil with the discipline to fight relentlessly. He/she tells the truth, keeps his/her word, helps those in need, and speaks out against injustice. A lawful good character hates to see the guilty go unpunished. Lawful good is the best alignment you can be because it combines honor and compassion.

--excerpted from the Player's Handbook (D&D 3.5e), Chapter 6
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Basic Board Game Rating System
X: This game provides the most enjoyment I can experience in a board game.
IX: I like this game's theme and/or mechanics a lot.
VIII: I can get into this game's theme and/or mechanics.
VII: I'd play this game with other gamers.
VI: I'd play this game with friends, distant relatives, people who like this particular game, or solo when I want some variety.
V: I generally give this rating to family games that don't fit the description I give to another rating.
IV: I generally give this rating to children's games that don't fit the description I give to another rating.
III: I can't think of any time in my life, when I would have enjoyed this game very much, but I understand why other people might rate it 4, or higher.
II: This game's design is either so overly simple that it will consistently end in a tie, or it requires you to be incredibly lucky to be capable of accomplishing anything.
I: I might give a game this rating if, not only are there no decisions to be made, but there's no interesting theme to entertain you during the game, and the game can potentially go on for a long period of time, while the players wait for the ranndomizer(s) to trigger the game end condition. The other reason I'd give a game this rating would be if it had a theme I found stupid or offensive.

Basic RPG Rating System
d10-1d10-0: This game provides the most enjoyment I can experience in an RPG.
d10-9: I like this RPG a lot.
d10-8: I can get into this RPG.
d10-7: I might suggest trying this RPG to any type of group, to take a break from the games I rate higher, and get get some more variety.
d10-6: I might suggest trying this RPG to a group that I felt could both learn the system and might like the genre, to take a break from the games I rate higher, and get get some more variety.
d10-5. I wouldn't suggest this RPG to a group unless I was sure they could both handle the genre and like the setting.
d10-4: This RPG is good for infants and/or young children, but not very good for older children, teens, or adults.
d10-3: I don't like the genre of this RPG and wouldn't normally play it, but would try to be a good sport if my friends wanted to.
d10-2: This RPG might be okay as a very basic introduction into RPGs, but after that it's time to move on to something else.
d10-1: This RPG is stupid or offensive.

Basic RPG Item and Periodical Rating System (Core and core-like items are always given the same rating as their RPG)
d10-1d10-0: This item has awesome content. I'll usually be looking for excuses to make it an important part of a campaign.
d10-9: I like this item's content a lot. I'll frequently use things like this to spice up a campaign.
d10-8: I can get into this item's content. I'll use it in a campaign when I'm in the right mood.
d10-7: This item's content isn't boring, but it isn't overly interesting either. I'm more likely to use this item to add bonus material to a campaign, than use its material as the main focus of a campaign.
d10-6: This item's content is quirky. It's nice to have the option to use it from time-to-time, but I usually won't.
d10-5: This item's content is mostly uninteresting or difficult to work with. I will rarely use this item.
d10-4: This item's content is good when playing with infants and/or young children, but not very good when playing with only older children, teens, and/or adults.
d10-3: This item's content doesn't appeal to me. I'd only use it if the group wanted me to.
d10-2: This item's content might be okay as a very basic introduction into RPGs, but after that it's time to move on to something else.
d10-1: This item's content is stupid or offensive.

Basic Video Game Rating System (Note that I almost exclusively play video games solo on the PC. The only other gaming system I own is a PlayStation that I got in working condition from a swap-shop, along with some games for it. I have played games on newer Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo platforms with friends, but I generally don't rate games until I own them myself, and solo-play is still the most important aspect of a video game for me. Also note that I might rank some older video games, like classic arcade games, around one rating higher than what I'd give them if they came out today.)
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: This game provides the most enjoyment I can experience in a video game.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I like this game's theme and/or mechanics a lot.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I can get into this game's theme and/or mechanics.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: Simple, but fun.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I might not recommend it to others, but sometimes when I want to take a break from more serious games, I like having the option of playing a simpler game like this for a little bit, before moving on to something else. I might describe it as relaxing.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: For the most part, I don't find these games very enjoyable, but I might bring them out to play one of the more interesting parts of the game for a little bit, before moving on to something else.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I generally give this rating to children's games that don't fit the description I give to another rating.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I can't think of any time in my life, when I would have enjoyed this game very much, but it requires just enough decision-making that it deserves to be rated higher than the games I rate 1 or 2.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: This game is good for teaching people how to understand basic strategy, but once players know basic strategy, the game becomes too easy, or will usually end in a tie.
mbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmbmb: I might give a game this rating if, not only are there no decisions to be made, but there's no interesting theme to entertain you during the game, and the game can potentially go on for a long period of time, while the players wait for the ranndomizer(s) to trigger the game end condition. The other reason I'd give a game this rating would be if it had a theme I found stupid or offensive.


Top 10 Board Games

My ten favorite multi-sided or cooperative board games. (This includes games that are mainly two-sided, but have official multi-player variants.)

Hot 10 Board Games

My ten favorite strictly two-sided board games, that aren't strictly one-vs.-many or hidden traitor games.

Top 10 RPGs

My ten favorite RPGs.

Hot 10 RPGs

My ten favorite non-core, non-corelike, RPG items and periodicals.

Top 10 Video Games

My ten favorite video games in which you're primarily not playing against entities like yourself.

Hot 10 Video Games

My ten favorite video games in which you are primarily playing against entities like yourself.

Recently Played Board Games

Games I've recently played with other gamers, for fun, as opposed to teaching games with non-gamers, or games I've played in tournaments.

Recently Played RPGs

Recent RPG sessions.

Recently Played Video Games

The date of a video game play marks when a campaign/battle/whatever else has been completed. This does mean that longer games that take days, or weeks to complete, will get fewer plays-per-hour than shorter games. The exception is games that can go on forever, if you continue surviving, like Dwarf Fortress. With those games, each play represents a session.
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User Details for Thrift Thopter
Registration Date: 2011-06-10
Last Profile Update: 2014-11-18
Last Login: 2015-06-30
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