Moderate Subfaction: The Consensus for Peace believe that stability is necessary to bring peace to a world full of danger and conflict, and the best way to achieve stability is through consensus. Nefarious forces seek to prevent good folk from achieving consensus on their own, so legal coercion is sometimes necessary to create the preconditions for consensus. Coercion, however, remains a means of last resort, as the Consensus understands that coercion frequently breeds resent and instability.
Extreme Subfaction: The Universal Concordance believe that “lawful” means universalizable and “good” means good. Given this, how can anyone support anything other than lawful good? Further, they believe that those who understand this truth are obligated to share it with others and help them overcome the flaws in their nature that prevent them from recognizing it, even if that means knocking a few heads to get everyone in line.