The Mark of Tyranny
Writing Exercise Question: What makes one good?
Adran: Solving the world’s problems. Whether it is helping a child get a drink of water, or restoring Athas’s once vast seas, both are good acts.
Aleyn: Living life how you wish, and shattering the bonds that bind you.
Archon: Again, do you know who you talk to? The good provide an interesting flavour, for their rarity if nothing else.
Aristes: Sticking up for those what need it. Simple as that.
Azad: Who the fuck is good nowadays? You’re either alive or dead, all the rest is seasoning.
Betresh-Lal: The willingness to do what must be done. Knowing what must be done, and doing it, are two different things.
Cha’ka: Standing together, no matter the cost.
Davion: Honour, duty, and drive.
Dragonborn Arena Master: Heh, I’m old enough to know that good and evil are never so simple.
Elthea: Having a code to live by, and people to care for seem to be good things to strive for.
Haneth Tsalaxa: Ensuring the survival of yourself, and your family.
Harzen Scorchedskull: Foolishness. Naievety. Perhaps a touch of complete idiocy? Good seems to have few rewards or incentives.
Moiraine: Living selflessly. Every time you aid another, lift up someone else, or care for anothers wounds, you take one more step towards the light.
Mr. Bread: A pouch of gold and knowing where to use it.
Nihlus Vor: To actually be good, or be seen as good? The first is kinda pointless, but the latter only requires a friendly face and some gold to buy drinks.
Slice: Not keeping slaves is a good first step. Enslaving another seems a pretty cut and dry example of evil.
Verin Mathwin: Hmm… Obeying the law, more or less. Laws exist to protect the common good, yes?