You’d think he, of all people, would know that.

I’ve been getting straight Dostoyevsky down here in the blog post lately. Let’s see if I can’t shorten the word count and lighten the mood. Hey, you ever work on a thing for, like, a really long time and get kinda attached to it, to the point that it seeps into other shit in your life? So I play a lot of video games, and one of my comfort foods is party-sized RPGs that let you customize your characters. Which means I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about the following.

Dana is a lawful good fighter. Easy, right? Literally an ex-soldier, follows her code, tries to do good. Geoff is definitely a bard, and probably neutral good. Nothing personal, I just always thought bards make good sad-sacks. Oliver, naturally, is your chaotic good rogue, swashbuckler that he is. I could see an argument for paladin, however the fellow is anything but lawful. Lou gets saddled with cleric duties, worshiping some neutral good god. Just trying to make people happy, but not one to back down from a fight. Jennifer would be a barbarian if they could be lawful, and she’s definitely lawful neutral. A wizard, perhaps, given she’s a highly trained professional in scholarly arts. Lucas, of course, is a chaotic neutral druid. Because druids are weird. Chloe I imagine as a true neutral ranger, though I could see an argument for any non-lawful, non-evil alignment. Harry’s for sure chaotic good, and probably another fighter. Maybe some kinda fighter/thief if you’re feeling cheeky.

Not that I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about this or anything.