This was a post of mine: " You know, PS:T really sets the alignment system on its ear, even as it uses the thing in its fascinating worlds of Order, Chaos, Good and Evil. Ravel, for instance: she's evil, isn't she? And yet--she has a soft spot for the NO. All her fractured personalities that he/you see are neutral or good, and all will help you. Chaotic Neutral? No; there are many reliable references to her malicious nature and her lack of concern for life throughout the game. Is she an evil character capable of roleplaying good and neutral? This begs the question, IMO. She is what she is, and the tidy, airtight alignment divisions simply don't fit her. "Btw, does anyone else think Ravel dies a bit too easily in PS:T? In other words, is it possible she's fooled her killer, just as she's fooled the NO into thinking he killed her?" VonDondu indicated an interest in discussing the subject under a thread marked for its spoiler content, but this is really open to anybody. So feel free to have at it.