For me it is not worth it to limit yourself because it is too much RNG
Back in the old days, I used the priest spell level 3 "searing light" extensively to battle nasty undead. Now I can't find it neither in Viconias spellbook nor in the game files! What happened to it?Was it some mod-specific content? Or was it in the original game and the EE dropped it?
How does the rest of the Sword Coast know of your alignment if you spent the first ~20 years of your life cleaning stables and skipping out of lessons in a secluded fortress?
@Grond0 I'm saying that consensus is not evidence for something being right or wrong. How would you weigh consensus? I'm sure white supremacists have consensus that they all other skin colors are inherently inferior. Likewise, non-white supremacist people have consesnsus that white supremacist people are full of crap. What makes one consensus weighted more than the other? If "Right" and "Wrong" are truely subjective, then it would not only be possible, but reasonable for someone to argue why Nazism is "Good".
@Grond0 So I actually have answered why I believe morality must be both objective and universally applied in order for it to be considered moral. But where I think the disconnect here is the definition of morality. In more contemporary times, subjectivists have hijacked the word moral to mean a social agreement. Pragmatists have hijacked the word moral to mean what is best for advancing society. I am using the term moral in the traditional sense, as in virtuous, ethical, good, righteous/holy (minus the part about God). Something cannot be virtuous if you do it but not if I do it (universality). In order for it to be ethical, you must have a way to observe it and pass judgement as it being ethical (objectivity). What is moral=what humans should do. We can get into the details of this later, but we still aren’t quite past understanding the definitions yet.