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neutral good is an alignment in D&D representing creatures of neutral "law vs chaos" axis and morally good aligned in the "good vs evil" panteon. Creatures of this alignment take a mid-instance, and define that neither too much chaos nor too much law is beneficial to the whole, as they are mere tools to bringing happiness to the greatest number of possible creatures.
Bahamut is the lawful good variant of a dragon, whereas the cooper-dragon, a common version, is generally neutral good in alignment.
by chaotic_neutral January 09, 2012

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