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Inspired by SmKiller's post on faith and works, I noticed a lot of responses along these lines, basically "being evil and still get to heaven" ideology.

So here's my question: Why do we need an incentive to be moral? Why does doing the right thing need to be rewarded? Why don't we do good for the simple sake of doing good?

And to that end, is it really morality to expect something from doing good? is the person who thinks that way really a good person?

I'm curious what your thought are on this.
Amateur Hour
I'm going to preemptively apologize to :iconlynzinitus: if my use of Cirus the Virus is off.  This was an unusual round for me.

For starters, I realized that this was a OCT where the focus wasn't on the conflict between two characters, but on the characters reaching their target.  Not so much death match, as it was capture the flag, so to speak.  On top of that neither contestant knows about the other, or has any reason to suspect that the other is even present.  Thus, as this is from Fuyu's perspective, her information is going to be limited on the dude keeping her from her kill.

That, and I get nervous about portraying characters other than my own, so there's that too.

I also tried the RNG method of writing suggested by :iconcrazyshiro: in her journal post  Challenge: D20 WritingOver the past several months, I've been experimenting with randomness. Now, this isn't to say that there isn't a method to what I do, or, more specifically, how I write. But especially in situations where I am trying to write engaging combat, I find this particular method of writing [which I fondly refer to as the "D20 Method"] to be not only adequate, but entertaining, as well. 
I wanted to share it with you all to hear your thoughts. Or, if you want to try it yourself, let me know how it turns out for you!
So, here it is: The D20 Method of Writing
Take a d20 (or go to an rng site) and roll. Higher numbers are better.
Roll once for your character's action, and once for your opponent's reaction, and write accordingly.
Then, switch roles where their character goes on the offensive and your character is defending. The quality of the rolls dictates the results.
1 is a critical failure, whether attacking or

This was quickly dropped, as the RNG seemed to be working against everyone in my story for a while. :lol:

Anyway, I hope, above all, that this is an enjoyable read, and I look forward to my opponent's response.
Sef Darkwater by KillianSeraphim
Sef Darkwater
I'm posting this now, pre-colored, because 1) I think sketch art has it's own unique charm to it, and 2) because I'm still experimenting with Photoshop and am afraid of making an abomination :lol:
A remake of my character Seraph, for a 5e D&D campaign.  
Sand Walker by KillianSeraphim
Sand Walker
Trying for a minimalist approach with this one. Also trying to create whole scenes instead of characters.  We'll see how far that goes.


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Chris Craver
Artist | Student | Varied
United States
I've been drawing ever since I could hold a pencil. I'm a Christian devoted to my faith, and view my art as part of what God made me to be. I love science fiction and fantasy, have a bit of an obsession with the Japanese culture, through extension love anime and martial arts.



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Mac-tire Featured By Owner 23 hours ago
Thanks for the watch!!
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner 18 hours ago  Student General Artist
You're welcome :)
Dream-frame Featured By Owner 3 days ago   Digital Artist
Thanks for the fav!
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner 2 days ago  Student General Artist
No problem :)
Antony-TJ93 Featured By Owner Apr 24, 2016  Hobbyist Digital Artist
thx for the fave :3
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner Apr 25, 2016  Student General Artist
No problem :)
Sassophiliaco Featured By Owner Apr 18, 2016  Professional General Artist
Thanks Chris!
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner Apr 19, 2016  Student General Artist
No problem :)
Hihadruka Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2016
Thanks for the Fav on "Raven"! ♥
KillianSeraphim Featured By Owner Apr 12, 2016  Student General Artist
No problem :)
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