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Now I’m curious about the overlap between D&D players and Mad Men fans…

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Wait.

Sally as anything other than pure evil?

I’m suspicious.

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I haven’t played D&D since THAC0 was finally dismissed as whacko, but I love me the hell out of these whenever they show up.

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Pete was lawful evil for Seasons 1, 2, and part of 3. Nowadays, I’d make Betty Lawful Evil (she’s very fixated on “How Things Should Be”, trying to control Sally and Don’s behavior, her whole obsession with her perfect “doll’s house” existence). Rizzo is the Chaotic Evil.

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Big thumbs up. Almost as good as the Community one, blessed by Harmon himself:

http://a.yfrog.com/img100/9547/fisa.jpg

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My only problem with the Community chart is that I think Britta and Troy need to have their positions swapped.

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Cookie McCool said on December 6th, 2010 at 5:18 pm

I’m not sure it’s fair to ascribe any alignment to a child. Pretty much all kids are chaotic good at BEST.

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All I know is, she can Lawful MY Neutral anyday.

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Dude, there are so many shades of gray in Mad Men the show would tie an alignment-centric DM’s head in knots.

I still have no idea whether Don Draper is a lost soul or the most cynically evil genius on cable.

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Eric TF Bat said on December 6th, 2010 at 5:52 pm

I’ve never seen Mad Men, but I grok the intergeist enough to know that Christina Wossname can only be a special class of her own called Lawful Boobies. At least, that seems to be the entire summary as gleaned from Reddit. (Also, Janet Jackson: Chaotic Boobies. Denise Richards: Neutral Boobies, which is why she had no nipples in the wet t-shirt scene in that awful James Bond movie.)

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Hendricks. Her last name is Hendricks. And her boobies are so far beyond Lawful, they define their own alignment.

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malakim2099 said on December 6th, 2010 at 9:18 pm

Joan’s boobies are an Epic Destiny.

I think Pete would be more LN nowadays, but Betty is VERY Chaotic Evil. I think Mrs. Draper (the original) would be the Lawful Good exemplar, however.

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Alignment was always a silly concept.

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Why people got to be hating on Betty all the time? Shit.

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I’d fight a dragon for those boobies.

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R.A. Bartlett said on December 7th, 2010 at 12:55 am

“Now I’m curious about the overlap between D&D players and Mad Men fans”

My ex and her clique was. Would have loved this chart. (And probably will, when it gets around)

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I don’t actually know much about Mad Men (other than the general premise of “Advertising corporation in the unglamorous 50′s”.) Does that make me nerdy or Mad Men?

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I would put Roger as Chaotic Neutral more myself. I don’t think he’s malicious, just alcoholic.

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general zod said on December 7th, 2010 at 9:44 am

Unglamorous 50′s? Try 60s. If it was the 50s it would be black and white, EVERYONE would be smoking (including Draper’s kids), and they’d all be talking in that loud Midwest accent.

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kerrypolka said on December 7th, 2010 at 9:59 am

Good call, but who would be lawful evil? Pryce’s employers or father?

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Really? I’m not so sure about the placement of Peggy. We’ve yet to see Peggy do anything that isn’t for Peggy and she’s a Betty in the making with that attitude, and I think of Roger more as CN then NE, other then that, sweet chart!

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