Many of you did not grow up with an older sibling immersed in the "Geek-Culture". This culture is obsessed with comic books, sci-fi, fantasy, and an odd little thing called "Role Playing Games". The thing about Geek-Culture is that occasionally it provides normal people with interesting concepts. One such concept comes from the original role playing game, Dungeons and Dragons. D&D has an interesting concept called the "9 Character Alignments". What this means is that any character in this fictional universe falls into one of 9 alignments. Yesterday an acquaintance of mine (who I did not know was a member of the Geek Culture) posted a breakdown of the 9 character alignments with a difference comic book character given as an example of each. Naturally, I immediately substituted the comic book character with SEC characters and developed the "SEC Character Alignments":
I took the text straight off a D&D website and only substituted the terms AD and Commissioner for Magistrate and King. Other than that you will note that each and every description is a spot on analysis of each man.