[Alignment help] Dogmatic
Dogmatic characters hold the rule of law and order in the highest esteem.
Whether it is the malicious dictates of an oppressive tyrant or the benevolent
decrees of a gentle queen, the dogmatic individual upholds the law carefully
and doggedly. A dogmatic person is one who values the safety of bureaucracy
and procedure. Such characters eschew wanton freedoms and despise anarchy.
Hierarchy is of great importance: there is no comfort in not knowing where one
fits in the pecking order. The dogmatic individual is not necessarily kind nor
necessarily cruel: what interests them above all else is the careful adherence
to the rules. They make ideal bureaucrats, peace officers and soldiers, but
usually lack the passion required to be inspirational leaders.
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