@Zodiac - can't be nursing if you're wearing Timberlands... some sort of a warehouse? manufacturing? I used to have to wear steel toe shoes for 12hr shifts 5 days a week. it SUCKED. I quit that job after about 4 months. The money wasn't worth not being able to do anything on my days off because I couldn't walk
@Zodiac - I also have problems with my feet. I finally found a shoe store that has people who are trained to check your gait and stuff as you're trying on shoes. My new shoes help a lot but I still need custom orthotics which are gonna cost me ~$400 cause my insurance doesn't want to cover them.
I chose neutral because I don't like picking sides, cause not every side is as good as they say they are. And maybe I don't want to be limited just one lifestyle, cause I see everyone as grey. So it didn't make sense for me to choose a side even though sometimes I could be the other.
Basically what everyone else said. Plus theres like more of a balance with neutral, granted we used to be the highest numbered faction, we snot really win much anymore but neutral can be used in ways lightbringer and darkseeker can not. Such as in rolepla
1. I'm not fond of good vs. evil stuff when it is overly simplistic and reductive, such as how the war between Lightbringers and Darkseekers is portrayed.
2. Neutral alignment fits best with what I have in mind for my clan lore. The two founding wolves (according to pack myth) came from two opposing Lightbringer and Darkseeker packs, both of which turned on the two wolves when they discovered the nature of their relationship. To Mothmolt, being neutral is less of a matter of being the middle ground and more of a matter of rebelling against the Lightbringer/Darkseeker ideology and dichotomy.