And people wonder why I have such a low opinion of many online bloggers/message forum members.
Here's one reason.
Alex seems to want to ditch worrying about the concept of Good and Evil completely, and just get on with the game.
Ok, Alex. Whatever floats your boat.
You go on to list Hecate as a Goddess of Evil Magic. In your own list. Which you than claim is muddled and meaningless. Maybe she shouldn't be on the list then?
And to say "I’m keeping the definition of good and evil muddied on purpose. All the powerful people in my worlds have strong Machiavellian tendencies. It’s all about power, and keeping it."
Hey Alex, here's a clue. The pursuit of power for power's sake is one of the definitions of Evil. You've just in effect said that rather than worrying about Good and Evil, you've just decided to make everyone Evil.
That is a solution I guess, but it wasn't the one you were claiming.
In fact I'll go one step further, anyone saying they are ignoring questions of Good and Evil is lying (perhaps even to themselves). They've sided with Evil with such a statement out of the gate.
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