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    Re: Alignments and the Newbie (Score: 1)
    by Dark_Lord_Galen on Thu, October 20, 2011
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    Sir Xaris>"I was concerned that you listed Batman as LG at first, but see you listed his modern version as CG.  I do agree that his earlier tv version was much more goodie-two-shoes, but that largely reflected the cultural attitude of the day."
    I agree with your assessment of the batman character as well ( hence the Lawful Puke comment Hehe) I submitted the list pretty much verbatum from one I had generated in the eighties.. I had originally put the Adam West character in their as an example of extremes ( and over acting)
    I agree with your assesment of Zorro and the Lone Ranger as well.
    However my intent with this posting was to inspire feedback from all to incorporate a more 21st century list of compariables based on known character types ( possibly not historically accurate ones ie William Wallace {MelGibson Version} not LG historically but case could be made for the holliwood role ).....  I have challenged my players with the task as well when I was asked "who Dirty Harry was?".... I realized my "dinosaur had risen"
    I do thank you for your review and feedback.


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