One morning, you enter your Guild’s main hall and find a surprising number of people gathered around the Guild’s message board. One of your guild mates catches your curious look as you approach.
‘The Guild leaders posted something,’ they say. ‘Something I guess they want us all to fill out?’
The crowd slowly starts to thin, allowing you a chance to look at what had been posted. A message hangs on the board, above a table that holds a number of papers.
‘Stitch Alignment assessment! The High Council has gotten together and decided we want to learn more about each of you. To see what makes our stitchers tick. Below you will find a questionnaire we’d like each of you to fill out and we’ll let you know what your answers say about your stitching style.’ At the bottom you see it’s signed by both your Guild leaders.
You take one of the papers and step away, allowing others to see the announcement themselves.
As you head back through the guild, you notice people here and there busy filling out their questionnaire. You decide to find a quiet corner of the library to sit and work on it. You consider the form before you for a moment before diving in.
It's time to flesh out our characters a little bit more. This time, we're talking alignments. If you're not familiar with RPG aligments, that's okay!
It's just a basic descriptor of your character's moral alignment. Traditionally a character is either 'Lawful', 'Neutral', or 'Chaotic.' And 'Good', 'Neutral', or 'Evil.'
So someone who is Lawful Neutral likes to follow rules, but isn't specifically Good *or* Evil.
We've put together a fun little quiz for you to to take! Or you can decide on your own what alignment your feel your character is!
A stitchy spin has been taken on the traditional RPG alignments, but we're *not* saying you're 'Evil' if your backs are messy or being tidy is inherently good. This is all in good fun~
All done? Head over to the Discord and find the #quest-turn-in channel and make a single post with your Alignment result~! You can post your quiz results via the 'screenshot' option at the end to save an image of your percentages, or just tell us what you consider your character and why!
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You can 'react' to the other entries as a show of encouragement. Or complement and discuss the tutorials in the #quest-chat channel.