Pathfinder Chaotic Good Paladin

Can a D&D Paladin be Chaotic Good? | Yahoo Answers

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Sep 02, 2006 · A D&D Paladin can be Chaotic Good and Dragon magazine featured Paladins of different alignments. However, your DM has final say. If I were your DM, I'd allow it if you came up with a story of why your PC is Chaotic, then I'd throw you a few seed-ideas for the PC's background story:

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The point is, while Pathfinder 1e is an extremely flexible and fun system, it’s simply not accessible to new players. In today’s gaming scene, you need to attract as many players as easily as possible, and that kind of inaccessibility can spell death for a system that wants to build adventurer leagues in gaming stores across the country.

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Apr 13, 2018 · Sets a good foundation for chaotic aligned paladin codes even if they start out LG only, meaning it is easier to houserule in a setup that makes sense for me. And hints that maybe more paladin alignments are available from the start.

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The chaotic good alignment, a skill boost to Perform, and glitterdust as a spell-like ability all add up to some Bardic deliciousness. But that’s not even the best part... the favored class bonus is absolutely awesome! ... Paladin [Antipaladin]: ... As guides for Pathfinder 2nd …

What balance issues would arise from a Chaotic Good Paladin?

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What abusable options would become available if a Paladin were to have a Chaotic Good alignment? Due to the archetype not being built yet, assume that the mechanics of Paladin do not change with the exception of anything mechanically tied to Law swapping to an exact equivalent tied to Chaos (Axiomatic to Anarchic, etc.).

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Ya the DnD 5e Paladin is more my style personally. I prefer a Lawful Evil Paladin myself, sadly I can't really do that in Pathfinder. Even Antipaladin (exact opposite of a paladin, so Chaotic Evil) isn't really my style.

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A paladin's primary goal is to convert the wicked—the evil and chaotic forces of the world and their servants. A paladin is bound both to do good and to uphold just law, though if forced into a choice a paladin will likely choose the cause of good. They focus most of their efforts on evil souls, and will attempt to convert before they resort to mortal combat.[citation needed]A paladin channels divine power and often has a patron deity, t…

Paladin - Pathfinder Roleplaying Game

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The paladin's class skills are Craft (Int), Diplomacy (Cha), Handle Animal (Cha), Heal (Wis), Knowledge (nobility) (Int), Knowledge (religion) (Int), Profession (Wis), Ride (Dex), Sense Motive (Wis), and Spellcraft (Int).Skill Ranks per Level: 2 + Int modifier.

Paladin (Dungeons & Dragons) - Wikipedia

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The paladin is one of the standard playable character classes in most editions of the Dungeons & Dragons fantasy role-playing game. The paladin is a holy knight, crusading in the name of good and order, and is a divine spellcaster.. From 1st through 3rd edition, paladins were required to maintain the Lawful Good alignment.In addition, compared with other classes the paladin class has one of ...

Chaotic good - PathfinderWiki

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Chaotic good characters are people who do the right thing, though often in unique ways. They wander Golarion seeking to spread a message of freedom and goodness. Usually beholden to no one place, chaotic good characters seek to throw back evil and fill the void with light wherever they are. These characters are often willing to take extreme personal risk to do what is right, and also to defend freedom in its absolute and most personal form. These characters seek to help people, though rarely...

In 5e, do Paladins always have to be lawful good? - Quora

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Sep 27, 2018 · By RAW (rules as written), RAI (rules as intended), and the majority of homebrews… this answer is a definitive “no”. By default we go by what’s written in the Player’s Handbook, which I happen to have in front of me. For this edition, which I will...

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Pathfinder Paladin Archer Guide (1st – 13th Level) Archetype: Divine Hunter – You get Precise for free. You lose Heavy Armor Proficiency, but you will be using light armor anyway. The archetype is a no brainer for the Paladin Archer who is not going to focus on maximizing Smite attacks. Race: Any race that gives you a bonus to Dexterity ...

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For example, a mischievous rogue with a good heart may be a 7 on the lawful-chaotic axis and an 2 on the good-evil axis—a chaotic good character who is more good than chaotic. A cruel but honorable knight could be a 1 on the lawful-chaotic axis and a 7 on the good-evil axis, a lawful evil character who is far more lawful than evil.