Evil And Loving It: Six Decisions That Tap into Our Dark Side
Choices that only make sense if you’re an unrepenting jerk.
By: Dennis Farrell
April 19, 2012
When we’re presented with a moral choice, the “evil” path can usually be justified in some small way.
Coercing a destitute quest-giver into handing over his family heirloom as a reward for your services? That ring of +1 Charisma could help you save lives down the line. Somehow. Maybe. Leaving a poisoning victim to die? Finding the cure would take at least thirty seconds, and your mission is so vital that you can’t waste any time — aside from romancing party members and gambling on mini-games, that is.