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The RPGPundit's Own Forum / In honour of Big Chungus and Meatball
« on: February 19, 2021, 12:01:50 AM »
In honour of Big Chungus and Meatball, and Pundit's former homeland.

According to this article the November release for 5e from WoTC is addressing even more "racist" and "problematic" aspects of the game that only woke sjw types seem to see such as the titular character's lore as an evil mage being problematic because she's female and the racist notion that different races have different ability modifiers. I'm really starting to think they're going to kill D&D as we know it... What say you?

More fun from twitter sjws projecting and virtue signalling. This time orcs equal black people.

I've been a DM since 79 and a very diverse group of people at my table even when kids in the 80s. Not one black person at my table has ever thought orcs were a representation of them. Ever. This is just projection and virtue signalling and it pisses me off.

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