Saturday, May 28, 2005
If you dare present her with her stack-up rings on their post, her driving mission is to disassemble them and to toss them every which way. Stack up blocks; they must be knocked down, no matter the cost. Attempt to put the singing animals in their proper slot on the Sparkling Symphony Compose 'n Play Orchestra; all must be destroyed.
This is simply the way it must be for Celeste. We are helpless before her.
(Celeste's too young to take it, but here's an online D&D Alignment Test for those who can type and read. I scored Neutral Good.)
Still, that test is soooo wrong. It put me as chaotic good. That's so wrong, it's not even funny. Chaotic? Yes. Good? In a pig's eye. (Besides, how is one supposed to answer questions about poisoning the king and such, without knowing if the king is just or corrupt?)
Apparently, I need to go practice being evil. No rest for the wicked, I tell ya.
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