Aasimars tend to favor good and law, but exercise agency just as humans
. This means it is possible to have a chaotic or even evil aasimar, especially considering their potential for social subversion. These aasimar often pursue decadence with little regard to others and can be as subtle as a deceiving sword hand offering their services to an unsavory end, or as blunt as a pompous herald of their superior glory, drawing skeptics and hopefuls alike. This can be particularly effective, as many communities lean towards trusting those with angelic blood prior to having even met them, resulting in many victims trusting their silver-tongue woven lies.
This is a rare occurrence, however, as most aasimar extol the virtues of honor, community, valor, kindness, hospitality, healing, and protection. By proxy they pursue deities that exemplify these values whether they align themselves with moral good or evil. They generally lean towards law and order, often citing it as right and just, or at least easier to deal with and sort through, so it is not uncommon for them to favor Lodavel - God of Justice
or Lady Lyshara - Goddess of Oppression
, but, like humans, aasimars are quite free in their choice of deity.