At no point did any of the previous posters that defined Dunccan's take on justice direct it towards Lord Castigere. I would think that as far as he is concerned only his take on Justice is the one that matters anyway.
For it really doesn't matter what any of us think justice stands for.
I think you, and Dunccan alike, have missed the bottom line. He does his actions in the name of justice, others do it in the name of vengeance, other in the name of darkness, the name of light, the name of the sea, etc.....
But in the the end we all use the same means to and end. Although some of the \"good\" side seem to delve more into the malicious ways of going about this.
Hell in recent bouts with both \"good\" and \"evil\" players, only one of the evil assailants has attempted to rob me, on the other side, there has been a handful of \"good\" players that have attempted to rob me while fighting.
Which really pisses me off, since I never rob anyone, save my true true enemies, which I only have maybe one or two of in this land.
Written by my hand on the 17th of Agamnion, in the year 1107.