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A chaotic good character acts as his or her conscience directs with little regard for what others expect. Such characters are kind and benevolent, strong individualists hostile to the claims of rules, regulations, and social order. They hate it when people try to intimidate others and tell them what to do. They will actively work to bring down unjust rulers and organizations and to liberate the oppressed. They find lawful societies distasteful and will avoid them, often living as nomads or hermits.
Noble rebel leaders fighting corrupt or venal regimes, vigilantes acting for what they see as the greater good, mercenaries who only work for the "good guys" and anyone who "robs from the rich to give to the poor" are all examples of chaotic good characters.
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