Video Lesson

In this lesson, we'll cover:

  • Why "good" and "evil" is an oversimplification but why it's done on purpose
  • What "good" and "evil" can mean
  • The merits of one-dimensional dispositions
  • Why having species that are uniformly good or evil is not the best option
  • Why they might be uniformly good or evil
  • Why more complexity in disposition is good
  • Why a "good" species is more useful and how to make an "evil" species more comparable
  • How to use races of a species to create more variety

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