Classical Music as a Dungeons & Dragons Alignment Chart

 

Hello yes I’m very much a nerd. Apparently I am also a procrastinator because this is what I choose to do with my time instead of working on the several other blog posts I need to be working on.

Recently I’ve been enjoying playing a Dungeons & Dragons campaign with some friends, and the things I love the most are coming up with crazy explanations on the fly (I once convinced an evil henchman to go find a Pizza Hut in the village instead of alerting the guards) and building my character.

At the very beginning of the campaign (the story-slash-campaign you are about to play), you get to choose your character’s “Alignment” using a chart like this:

 

alignment

 

You’ll also find on Twitter a delightful selection of other, non D&D-related alignment charts, like mini Buzzfeed quizzes.

 

 

Inspired by all the fun (and a procrastination-fueled epiphany), I chose to make my own with some classical music favorites.

alignment.001.jpeg

 

Lawful Good

 

Neutral Good

 

Chaotic Good

 

Neutral Good

 

True Neutral

 

Chaotic Neutral

 

Lawful Evil

 

Neutral Evil

 

Chaotic Evil

 

 

And of course, for easy listening, here is the accompanying playlist:

 

How accurate do you think I got? If you have any suggestions for this chart, comment down below!

xoxo kat

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