All my heroes are Khajiit thieves and assassins. But though they prefer to strike from the shadows with bows and daggers, they are capable of holding their own in a normal fight, and carry swords for those events. They also harbor robin hood ideals. They never rob from the poor, never extort, never blackmail, never harm children, or try to intimidate people, and only kill evildoers. They only rob from the rich and corrupt. As a result, my DB hates the Skyrim Thieves Guild, and all my characters hate the Dark Brotherhood. But my NV and HOK are fond of the thieves guild in their providences. My HOK gives to the poor and homeless when she can, and my DB often sells his stolen goods to Khajiit caravans or to his adopted daughters.
All my characters dislike bullies and are known for standing up to them, even if it means breaking the law. If my DB encounters Alikir Warriors accusing or harassing a Redguard woman, he will immediately kill them. All my heroes try to reason with bandits and highwaymen, but will kill them if they attack. They also take no pleasure in hunting, but understand it's needed for survival. My NV and HOK prefer to use Eye of Fear or to run if they are attacked by carnivores, and by DB uses Kyne's peace to avoid conflict with them. But if they are forced to kill a carnivore or omnivore, they will seek out an herbivore to kill.
Though they all are willing to work with monarchs and nobles if they must, none of my characters are fond of them. My NV sides with House Hiaalu, but only does it to pay the bills. My HOK understands that a new Septim must be crowned Emperor, but that's because she must save the world from Menhrunes Daegon. And my DB only sides with the Empire because the Stormcloaks are the greater of two evils. My heroes loyalties are with the people, Khajiit, poor, oppressed, and downtrodden.
My characters only worship specific Divines and Daedra, and like all Khajiit, revere the Moons. Every time they see the moons, they always bow before them. And like most ES heroes, if they are the chosen one of a local prophecy, or unlucky enough to be the unlucky hero in a prophecy the Elder Scrolls foretell, they will fullfill their duty and destiny, for that falls under the catagory of fighting for the people.
What about you?