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Alignment

GoodEdit

EvilEdit

The simple definition of Evil on Titan would be the "opposite of good". However, the term Evil is often coupled with Chaos to illustrate that which opposes Good in Titan. For example, the Dark Lords of Chaos are those who led the forces of Evil in the First Battle.[1] Although the terms Evil and Chaos are distinct, they are very often used interchangeably or coupled together. For example, the backcover of Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World talks of "the delicate balance between Good and Chaos", and then goes on to talk of the forces "of Good and Evil".[2]

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ChaosEdit

The book Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World variously talks of Chaos as being an interchangeable term with Evil, a term that should be coupled with Evil, or a term that stands apart in its own right. Although the terms Evil and Chaos are distinct, they are very often used interchangeably or coupled together. For example, the backcover of Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World talks of "the delicate balance between Good and Chaos", and then goes on to talk of the forces "of Good and Evil". Elsewhere within canon, Chaos is deemed the opposite of "Law and Order" which is a more logical pairing and in keeping with other game systems.

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Law and OrderEdit

NeutralEdit

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ReferencesEdit

  1. Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World - ??/150-153
  2. Titan - The Fighting Fantasy World - Back Cover

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