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No Good Necromancers

A DnD YouTuber my husband told me about does not believe in good necromancers. I understand his position;  if an act is evil and/or highly unappreciated/feared, like necromancy,  it’s hard to see someone realistically pull off a “good” version of … Continue reading

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Those Who Fight Monsters…

…must take care that they themselves do not become one. It is very easy to become a monster,  if we define monsters by their actions. I don’t think this is a bad way to go about things because we don’t or … Continue reading

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A Bit of Murder Psychology

I’ve already made a few posts about killing, including about how a villain may not kill. However, because I do encounter plenty of writers who are, unlike myself, good-aligned who don’t understand the nature of evil, I want to write one … Continue reading

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