My current campaign is an evil one, which started out nuetral but the DM, without knowing it, made us all evil through events in our characters game.
So it started off, a Cleric, a Rogue, and a Ranger.
We needed to find out info about why bad things was happening to the town we were in at the time.
We find a guy, who was evil, but injured, crippled and helpless, and he had info on what was going on.
So the Ranger and the Rogue are like. "Okay then, we'll just beat it out of him." and he defends himself with a a dull knife used for food.
My character, the kickass good cleric of strength, valor, courage, and kickassery, steps in and says "No!" but they go ahead anyway, so I intervene, knock both the rogue and the ranger out, but not before they kill the helpless man, and I drag them out of the labyrinth under the chapel and bring them to the church priests so they can be taken care of while I go off alone to find out info.
So I get myself into trouble, haha.. with no party members, and eventually find my character near dead in a ditch.
The Rogue and Ranger find me, and poke me with a stick.
DM: "He nudges slightly and groans, but nothing more"
Rogue with stick: "I poke -harder-"
Anyway now im an awesome wizard that kills villages, so im happy.