Just as a frog is naturally the true embodiment of absolute chaos. the true embodiment of pure good, untained by law and chaos is.... a furry.Slaadi don't seem chaotic enough to me, with their pattern of colors and formula of reproduction etc..
Something more akin to Wild Magic or that scrambles race/alignment seems more appropriate.
Guardinals must be from a previous edition, hmm...
knocksIn D&D canon, of course, as has been pointed out, it'd be the Slaadi, who lean more towards CE. There was even a recent thread about how Slaadi fail as exemplars of CN.
The polar opposite of the collectivist Modrons would be profoundly individualistic beings, perhaps even a single being - heck, whether there were more than one or not, each would probably deny having any philosophical/taxonomic/filial/whatever relation to the others, and probably deny being an 'exemplar' of anything other than, tautologically, itself...
...hm... that does sound ever so slightly familiar.
...nope, not it...knocks
(John carpenter's "the thing" is outside)
I heard you were looking for a being(s) of pure primal chaos who also is possibly a disease and a god with which to join and experience the unity of contagious all consuming hyper-individuality with?
It really is just a vague sense I have, I can't quite place it.What were you referring to though btw?
Hey, we're trying to use logic to speculate about the nature of an exemplar of chaos.Hmmm
"Completely unique" is actually an orderly restriction.
Metaphysical chaos isn't just being all stochastic, either, as much as EGG liked to use 'randomness' in describing it.Perfect chaos would likely include a set with no defined parameters. Therefore non unique traits wouldnt be excluded but there would be no actual tendancy for them to be present either.