I don't play the D&D so I have no real opinion on this matter.
Is Genome meant to be TN or the head in the jar?
yoko = lawful good
I see Anti-spiral as true neutral.
sage for shit anyway.
anti-spiral isn't chaotic evil. the reason why he's against spiral beings is because they'll fuck up what he sees as the order of the universe if they don't keep the spiral power in check (which they don't).
Anti-Spiral is neutral evil.
he should be chaotic good.
AS isn't CE, he's LE if he's even E at all
Simon = Lawful good
Wow these are so wrong, what a horrible failure.
fuck you kitan for the win
not to mention why is the old man in there, you could of put another character in.
Then wouldn't he fit Lawful Evil?
isn't lawful evil a bad cop?
anti spiral is trying to save the world so he would be like a religious fanatic.
Also, Rossiu is LG, emphasis on L. Just because he made mistakes, he still had the best of intentions.
He's still a dick, but then that's generally true of LG characters
HAHAHA OH WOW
for chaotic evil
Anti-Spiral is lawful neutral.
No, I don't think you understand how DnD's alignment system works
Lawful is for a preference for order, which AS had in spades (their entire race went into hibernation or some shit to prevent the universe imploding) and evil because frankly they didn't care how badly people got hurt to maintain their order. And the whole inflicting horrible despair on them.
Shit sux. Inaccurate.
With that we can agree on.
Lawful Evil=Lord Genome
Neutral Evil=Ninja Nia
Lord Genome doesn't strike me as LE
Every antagonist in that series was as lawful as all get out.
he fucking kept people underground in order to preserve mankind
The majority of the Dai-Gurren-Dan were good in one form or another. They were frequently willing to sacrifice themselves for the greater good of humankind as a whole and they had generally altruistic motives.
more like he imprisoned them and created a new race of beasts to govern, and killed any humans who opposed him.
Rossiu is undoubtedly Lawful Evil.
only possible evils are genome or anti spiral.
in order to preserve mankind
"OH GOD I HAVE TO ABANDON HALF THE EARTH SO THAT THE OTHER HALF WILL SURVIVE I FEEL SO TERRIBLE BUT I TRULY SEE NO OTHER OPTION THIS IS THE ONLY WAY TO SAVE THE MOST PEOPLE"
Yeah, sounds perfectly lawful evil to me. He's LG, you sweaty cockholster.
Anyone who thinks Kamina and Simon are lawful good need to rexamine what they mean.
There were people in the series who were lawful and good. Simon and Kamina were not. They fought the power, were outlaws, disobeyed the rules. They hated the goverment, even the one they established. capice?
These alignments are stupid. This thread is stupid. You people are stupid.
No Lawful Good wouldn't leave people on the earth they would wait for everyone no matter what the consequences. Lawful Evil on the other hand would do whats good no matter how morally incorrect it is. Same with Lord Genome.
Kamina was definitely CG; Simon was probably NG. He may have been an outlaw, but he wasn't actively trying to promote chaos; he only intended to do good, he just got on the wrong side of Rossiu's government in the process.
Lawful Good does not mean Lawful Stupid. Rossiu's demonstrating Kantian ethics; whichever action brings the most benefit to the most people possible is the correct one to take, and it was the only action available to him at the time. It was either they all die or some of them get to escape, as far as his situation was concerned. Being willing to sacrifice others so that at least SOME will survive isn't evil, but stubbornly refusing to leave until you've got every square inch of your ship packed with people and conveniently you're all fucking dead because you waited too long is just stupid.
Besides, if he'd been evil he wouldn't have agonised about his so-called "morally incorrect" action
SOMEONE MAKE A BETTER ONE THEN AND STOP DISCUSSING IT LIKE FAGGOTS
I WOULD, BUT I LACK MOTIVATION
Alignments are stupid. Why? Because whether a person is good or evil, chaotic or lawful...it's all RELATIVE. Meaning, what is evil to one person could be good to another.
For instance, while Rossiu thought he was doing the right thing, most of us thought he was being a gigantic dick.
Arguing over who fits what alignment is an exercise in stupidty.
Chaotic Good is known as the "Beatific" or "Rebel" alignment. A chaotic good character favors change for the greater good, disdains bureaucratic organizations that get in the way of social improvement, and >places a high value on personal freedom.
may the power of rage compel you.
I know, they're idiots, all of them...
We're all stupid.
>>exercise in stupidty
Welcome to /a/, 4chan, and humanity in general.
the lawful chaotic axis is basically Order and Disorder, not relative.
Whether someone likes making trouble or not.
The good X evil axis is basically when you're twisted, think paladins
Ultimate despair much?
Rossiu = Lawful Good; Read what everyone else has said so far. He agonized over the decision of 'is this the right thing to do', but then decided to go with it for the sake of the 'greater good'. To use DnD terms; see most paladins and how they will do whatever it takes to serve the greater good of all things, even if to them it screams as 'wrong' on their own moral compass.
Lon = Neutral Good; That's right. Neutral good. Doesn't take sides, but is genuinely concerned about the proper sense of morality and goodness of something. He supported neither Rossiu nor Simon, because he knew they were both doing what they saw as good, and so he assisted both accordingly.
Simon = Chaotic Good; Willingness to break the rules and go against authority for the sake of what he deems to be the right course.
Anti-Spiral = Lawful Neutral; A complete and total fixation on what they deem as 'the right choice', with an utter disregard to aspects of good and evil. It doesn't exist on their spectrum. There is simply the goal to achieve, and the obstacles to overcome towards that goal. Even if the universe itself were to be reduced to a barren and lifeless place, as long as it is still intact and the Spiral Nemesis avoided, it is fine with them.
(No idea what to put for True Neutral)
Kamina = Chaotic Neutral; Kamina never once showed any degree of caring about the suffering of others. This is a FACT. He dismisses those who are killed by the Ganmen as 'weak', and declares he will have no such death. Reckless and a painstakingly individualistic person, to the point that some would deem it insanity, is the best way to describe Kamina. In most DnD terms, Chaotic Neutral personalities are 'as likely to jump off a bridge as they are to walk over it'.
I couldn't be bothered to finish it, because it was just boring. lol I'm a geek, but I see no reason to attach alignments to all characters like that. Those were just the ones off the top of my head (hence why there's hardly anything about Simon).
>Rossiu's demonstrating Kantian ethics; whichever action brings the most benefit to the most people possible is the correct one to take, and it was the only action available to him at the time.
That's Utilitarianism, you twit. Kantian Ethics is the bit about moral codes which can logically be followed by everyone in all scenarios without logical contradictions or contextual paradoxes.
Nope. I was lolling at Kamina not being CG. I respect your opinion but I disagree with it.
Exactly what's 'Good' about him? He has no opinion of the 'weak', he doesn't do anything 'because it's the right thing to do'. He follows his guts and does what he wants BECAUSE he wants to. He's an individualist, and thus Chaotic Neutral.
Rossiu isn't evil though.