well... this isn't an issu for me, but...
<_< ... >_> ...
some people in my party still can't get over the fact that i snagged a 100,000gp evil gem and sold it on the black market, keeping most of the profit for myself
and, in character, so far as they knew it was only worth 20,000, becasue that's what i appraised it as before i had it's magical properties discovered, and i gave each of the other 5 members of the party 2,000gp (from OOC pressure, i might add, i didn't want them killing my character for his cash)
worst part is, i'm true neutral, so i can be excused for my actions, but the rest of the party is some variation of good
alignment, for the most part, seems to get ignored in my party
next session, i'm sure i'm going to hear about the fact that i casually mentioned that our dwarf cleric may have a problem with looting the store rooms from some abandoned shrines to some paladin gods, which, in a round about way, lost us a couple magic items, since the DM decided the cleric maybe should have some problems, being lawful good and all we were able to convince the cleric to allow us to take what we needed (and we didn't, apparently, need any extra +1 long swords)
it's not easy being the true neutral voice of reason