I'd say he kills the evil char.1) Knowing and willing performance of an evil act causes irrevocable loss of the abilities which distinguish the paladin from the main class from which it is drawn.
2) The paladin is restricted in the alignments of characters with whom he may associate. All of his henchmen must be lawful good, and his other associates must all be good. He may participate in an adventure in which he is working with non-evil neutrals only if it is limited to a single expedition, and only if it will further a lawful good cause.
3) Death to all who oppose the cause.
4) Death before dishonour.
What source did you get that? By that logic, Sturm would've either killed Raistlin or left his company a long time ago.alexzed said:I was bored, so looked it up:
I'd say he kills the evil char.
I just grabbed those points from a D&D site...bladesyz said:What source did you get that? By that logic, Sturm would've either killed Raistlin or left his company a long time ago.
Detect Evil is the most retarded spell around. If a simple level 1 spell could detect morality, the entire social structure would be changed.
If he simply detects the guy as evil, but the guy has done nothing to warrant retribution from the Paladin, then I think the Paladin would simply part ways with the evil person in question, unless there are story/plot reasons that prevent that.Carnage-DVS said:Ok, so this is bugging me.
Say a Paladin has detect evil. He detects one of his party members is evil. Let's say he tries to redeem him but fails to convince him? Would he let him go on his way or try to kil/stop him?
If I was a Paladin, I'd rather trust my spells. Spells don't go wrong, while actions can be deceiving.WebDragon said:When I eventually get discovered and confronted, which I expect to be soon, I'll tell them to judge me by my actions and not by what some spell tells them about me.
Perhaps, but just because your spell tells you that I'd have the mental capability of commiting evil acts without remorse, that means that you'll have to strike me down although I've actually not done anything wrong? (to your knowledge anyway)bladesyz said:If I was a Paladin, I'd rather trust my spells. Spells don't go wrong, while actions can be deceiving.