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The Importance Of Diversity And Representation In The Hobby

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Stephen Tannhauser:

--- Quote from: DM_Curt on September 17, 2021, 04:53:31 PM ---Speaking as a Cro-Magnon, y'all need to get off my land.
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According to my wife I'm at least part-Neanderthal. Y'all need tah get offa my land!

Bren:

--- Quote from: Shasarak on September 17, 2021, 05:51:56 PM ---No, I only spent a few days in London, mostly Norwich and Whitehaven.

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Well there's half your problem.

Shasarak:

--- Quote from: Bren on September 17, 2021, 06:18:55 PM ---
--- Quote from: Shasarak on September 17, 2021, 05:51:56 PM ---No, I only spent a few days in London, mostly Norwich and Whitehaven.

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Well there's half your problem.

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It was also about 20 years ago so a little before the browning of England

ThatChrisGuy:

--- Quote from: DM_Curt on September 17, 2021, 04:53:31 PM ---Speaking as a Cro-Magnon, y'all need to get off my land.
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Speaking as a hairless ape, "ook."

Ruprecht:
White folks are no long allowed to play in Oriental Adventures or Al-Qadem type campaign without claims of appropriation and the vast majority of the hobby is white, so what does diversity really bring to the hobby?

In a sane world we'd have people of color making amazing non-europeans settings and inviting everyone to enjoy them and they'd make a lot of money doing so. We don't seem to be in that world.

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