2. Would he heal his deities enemies if he knew it would serve to further his goals of wealth and greed?
There are also no guilds to which an evil character, a rogue, for instance, can sign up to to get protection from the authorities in a town.
would your clearly superior character put up with a pompous dark elf being the boss?
nothing screams "I'm a worshipper of a dark power" quite like refusing to heal the Toranite Paladin.
either the character ends up alone as they are so evil (or known to be evil) that no other character will stay with them, or, the evil part of the character is dumbed down so that they can be accepted by other characters in a party.
These are general questions, aimed not at Xaltotun but tossed out for consideration by all:Why are Law and Chaos more compatible than Good and Evil? Why is the Good/Evil axis treated differently? Why are Good and Evil considered 'farther apart' than Lawful and Chaotic? Lawful and Chaotic characters travel together all the time, and even become very close friends, despite having very different outlooks. Why is the same not possible with Good and Evil characters? Aren't Law and Chaos just as opposite as Good and Evil?
I can see two opposed characters having an educated and constructive discussion about laws and chaos