I Am A: Chaotic Good Half-Elf Ranger Fighter
Chaotic Good characters are independent types with a strong belief in the value of goodness. They have little use for governments and other forces of order, and will generally do their own things, without heed to such groups.
Half-Elves are a cross between a human and an elf. They are smaller, like their elven ancestors, but have a much shorter lifespan. They are sometimes looked down upon as half-breeds, but this is rare. They have both the curious drive of humans and the patience of elves.
Rangers are the defenders of nature and the elements. They are in tune with the Earth, and work to keep it safe and healthy.
Fighters are the warriors. They use weapons to accomplish their goals. This isn't to say that they aren't intelligent, but that they do, in fact, believe that violence is frequently the answer.
Solonor Thelandria is the Chaotic Good elven god of archery and the hunt. He is also known as the Keen Eye, the Great Archer, and the Forest Hunter. His followers respect nature, and only hunt when needed, but are quick to defend the forest from intruders. Their favorite weapon is the bow, and they tend to be extremely talented with it. Solonor Thelandria's symbol is an arrow with green fletchings.
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Not too off-base. I had to restrain my own characters to keep THEM from answering for me, because that really messes with the results. :D Still, I love doing those things in character just 'cause I think it's interesting.
I should be writing a review for a book, which actually shouldn't be tough, but I can't seem to get into it, so I'm goofing off on the web instead. It's a nice little collection of recollections by a long-time country DJ who's still running an ACTUAL country radio station down in the Florida area. Sounds like he runs a show I'd love to listen to. Shame there's no real country radio stations here, just those pre-programmed garbage pushers. (We have a real rock station coming out of Florence that rahirah can get in her car, but I've never been able to pull it in on any other radio.) By real, of course, I mean it's programmed and broadcast locally instead of by Clear Channel or other corporations; the only sad thing is it doesn't have a DJ, and often a good DJ is a big part of a great radio station, as Gabby points out.
Hey, I seem to be reviewing. Maybe I can gak some of this for the review I should be writing.
I'm not going to review last night's "Angel" because the aforementioned rahirah did it so well already. Way to go. I'm very happy.