Made up a D&D Alignment set combining my two geekiest passions. I tried to match characters up as best as I could but I’m sure there would be debate with hardcore Vorthos types as to where everyone fits on the D&D spectrum.
Hope you like it I put a little bit more care than what I think usually goes into one of these suckers.
EDIT: Sorry about the long winded post to follow! Couple things. First I will admit I haven’t read the new MTG Books. I will discuss that at length in a post soon. In short I used to love them and would still read them if they were a little less Weis/Hickman and a little more Martin/Bakker.
My image of the planeswalkers has come from in-game and the web comics offered on MTG’s site. I also researched them on a mtg wiki site a little bit as well. I think people may have a point on Sorin, however I’m not sure where I could place him other than neutral evil. He’s hedonistic and driven by Whim and ends up being this kind of Super Vampire Anti Hero, But he also practices “one of the darkest forms of black magic” and he’s a vampire, not a sparkly prissy vampire, but a I’m going to drink your blood until you die, vampire.
The one I don’t agree with are the comments on Bolas. I just want to post a quote about the Chaotic Evil alignment from Wikipedia.
Chaotic Evil is referred to as the “Destroyer” or “Demonic” alignment. Characters of this alignment tend to have no respect for rules, other people’s lives, or anything but their own desires, which are typically selfish and cruel. They set a high value on personal freedom, but do not have any regard for the lives or freedom of other people … It is not compulsory for a Chaotic Evil character to be constantly performing sadistic acts just for the sake of being evil, or constantly disobeying orders just for the sake of causing chaos. They do however enjoy the suffering of others, and view honor and self-discipline as weaknesses.
I think that fits Bolas like a mind shattering glove.
Now that Sorrin is black AND white plansewalker, I’m not so sure I can see him as neutral evil. But I completely agree with the rest of them.