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  • Ashenrogue
    replied to what is the cause of wisdom?
    Speaking of the Mad, what happens when they finally figure out everything there is to know about the Obsession that drives them? I mean they get that way by devoting everything they have/are to the pursuit of a single thing, what happens when that thing is attainable and they actually get it?...
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  • Now this is the sort of thing I'm looking for. Killing things in a rage and destroying souls is something that's going to at best fall into the necessary evil category imo, but curing addictions, restoring sight/limbs and what not, that's what I'm trying to find more of. Initially I'd lumped letting a Supernal Entity be consumed by the Fallen World as being something deliberately immoral or at best recklessly negligent, though you do bring up a fine point that they aren't necessarily going to be nice, or doing good things. I'm not sure whether I'd still consider it a necessary evil at that point...
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  • I guess I really need to be more specific here. I was talking more mid range and lower when it comes to Wisdom, where 99% of characters are going to fall. I'm looking for ideas for non-immoral acts (that don't outright rely on negligence) that might count as acts of hubris and situations to see them applied that would commonly affect more than a small subset of PCs. Sealing dangerous entities was a pretty good example, though I'm looking for more like it....
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    Last edited by Ashenrogue; 01-01-2018, 05:02 AM.

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  • That's a good start. Is there any situation in which something like healing would be an act of hubris barring the risk of exposing magic/triggering Dissonance? Stopping someone from dying maybe?...
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  • I mean I hear people say that it isn't morality, which is why I'm asking to see if there are things that are morally good that would be considered acts of hubris. And I'm not talking about obviously evil acts done for 'The Greater Good'. I'm talking about acts that would be considered morally good that would also be unWise. So far, the only real things that are considered to go against Wisdom are things that are considered morally wrong, I figure there has to be something that is considered a good thing to do morally that also goes against Wisdom....
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    Last edited by Ashenrogue; 01-01-2018, 02:16 AM.

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  • What are some things that would normally be considered morally good that would still typically be considered Acts of Hubris?
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