Original Sin

Only killed a few angels in my time as a D&D player. They’re a rare enemy. And when you do face off against a celestial, usually they’re fallen or corrupted or mind controlled.

But if the DM is a skilled storytelling and weaver of plots, a master of the Xanatos gambit, or just an asshole then you might be pitted against a noble and pure angel who is only trying to do good but whose aims are motivations run counter to yours. And that’s when things get complicated, because when you thwack the servant of a god, even a lower-case-g, that’s a pretty big sin. It’s hard to explain that away. When the time comes to explain yourself to whatever powers you believe in, they’re going to have some hard questions about the angelicide.



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