- Markshire PCs:
Evil is in the Eye of the Beholder
As with any discussion about right or wrong it’s the witness of an action that judges the action.
IF the witness finds the action to be harmful to their concept of good then it must be inherently evil.
I agree here.
If a character walks around the corner and finds a man in full plate thrashing a young, unarmed man with his fists, the initial response might be that the armored fellow is a bully. And evil.
What isn’t known is that the youth had just beat up three young men for their lunch money and injured them all, thus deserving his own thrashing.