Dungeons and Dragons uses a system of nine-alignments to help guide how differen

Dungeons and Dragons uses a system of nine-alignments to help guide how different characters will react in different situations. On one axis you have morality (good neutral, evil), on the other ethics (lawful, neutral, chaotic). The ethics section of the alignment indicates that character’s perspective on society as a whole. Do they respect authority or rebel against it? Do they like order and hierarchy or prefer individuality and freedom?
The second part of the alignment describes that alignment’s morals. Will they trample on others to get what they want, or do they want to help others? Will they hurt people for fun or will they protect them at all costs?
Your task this week is to choose three characters (at least one from this week) and determine their D&D alignments. Explain why you’ve chosen that alignment, supporting your argument with specific evidence from the text.
I’ve included a chart here that outlines the 9 alignments, but you can also find a really wonderful description of the theory and most importantly the different alignments at this link (which is also where the below descriptions and examples are borrowed from): https://mykindofmeeple.com/dungeons-dragons-alignments-with-examples/
If you’d like to look at some additional examples, try doing a google image search for “D&D Alignment” + the title of a popular movie franchise or television show that you have some familiarity with. “D&D Alignment Marvel” or “D&D Alignment Star Trek” or “D&D Alignment Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” (seriously, there’s one for Marvelous Mrs. Maisel)
Remember that assigning a character to one of these alignments is, in and of itself, an interpretive act. You are reading into the characters actions, their words, their relationship to their society.