The issue at hand isn't 'can evil individuals do good or vice versa?' it's "are some species biologically incapable of being good?". And what I'm telling you is that if a person can be respectful, empathetic, responsible, temperate, humble, etc, etc. that person isn't necessarily good, but that person is able to be good that person is not appropriately described as always evil.
Originally Posted by awa
I actually realized this a bit ago: You can't put realistic medieval frenchmen into a D&D game, as it will be literally impossible for the players to feel like heroes helping these people.
Originally Posted by Mechalich
Adventurers Adventurers! My children were down at the edge of the forest cat-bagging and they were attacked by an owlbear! Please help!
You know, that game where you put a bunch of kittens in a sack and light it on fire. If you don't hurry they'll be killed!
Good. **** your children.
Considering the fostering and mentorship relationships that were necessary for the healthy functioning of the roman empire, I await your full-throated defense of child rape with baited breath.
Originally Posted by Morphic tide