Would you let a player play a neutral Oathbreaker Paladin if they really wanted to be a neutral oathbreaker paladin?

2 thoughts on “Would you let a player play a neutral Oathbreaker Paladin if they really wanted to be a neutral oathbreaker paladin?

  1. NottaChanxe says:

    No. Paladins are LG.
    Can’t be anything other than LG.
    And oathbreaking is a major no no in the paladin code. That calls for stripping of the paladinhood and generally an atonement of major proportions.

  2. Aurora Stormchild says:

    In our Monday evening campaign, years ago (5e) one of the players played a true neutral paladin of Kelemvor.

    He cared not for law or chaos, his only oath being that all those who are dead should stay that way, rest in peace , and not become undead.

    He hated undead and necromancers and destroyed them on sight.

    To the living he seemed a cold hearted bastard, to be feared, but he would punch the living daylights out of anyone who kidnapped or harmed children (whether human or not). Adults could fend for themselves. He would heal party members, but not if they came to harm as a result of their own stupidity. He would stabilise them, but that was it.

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