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  • Eg. Emily's PC, Fia, is portrayed as being violet peeled and fanged

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    Reminder: Don't request personal information, suggest someone ought to be doxxed, link to or comment with Animal Crossing Items private info, publicly solicit private information, or contact the folks featured here. You will be prohibited. "Can you just assume my species!?!? I am half-firbolg and half-halfling but identify as the latter since I had been raised with this side of the family, not that it's any of your business you stereotyping bigot!"

    Are you questioning my allure just due to my identity? You know that rolling for charisma is ableist do not you? Some individuals have social anxiety that doesn't let them get a top CHA mod. YOU ARE A PIG. I bet you are a straight white man also. Racist.

    Legit situation in one of those Pokemon games as well. You pick the woman character because her character is very....girly lmao and so she does a lot of additional cutesy wootsy bullshit that takes up time when she's an NPC. The man character is quite stoic in contrast and cuts out all the extra stuff.That's just the sort of thing that is ruining D&D at the moment, you joke about it but people are legally fighting Orc rights. That the very concept of having a race which leans towards evil alignment in a universe where orientation is enforced and important with magic that exists in world is racist.

    Didn't they say they're eliminating'race' for next entries because iT wAs rAcIsT? You pick your own today so you can be a strong elf or an intelligent orc.

    They did not even eliminate racial bonusesthey gave you the option to alter them if you want.

    The matter is, people could have been doing this anyway, but it's from the official rules for 5e. If people don't want evil orcs, they could just not have bad orcs in their effort, it is so simple.I hear Not Another D&D Podcast and their campaign exists in a universe where interbreeding has been something for millenia, therefore that there are no"races". Every being is a multitude of distinct racial aspects.

    For player characters it let the players pick one civic"class" while having their character look however the desire, and all beings are very"human-monster hybrid".

    Eg. Emily's PC, Fia, is portrayed as being violet peeled and fanged, marginally"orcish" in her face but long and gangly elven physique. It's a mishmash of different descriptions that works great with a"look how you want, but apply a race's attributes".

    It is also an optional rule. I personally think it is a bit OP because you can chose a feat onto every race (a feat is essentially like a gift and some are extremely strong), but in the long run it's to make your character more flexible when you want to play with an Orc Wizard f.e. and don't have much use for the bonus strength.It's more fun because you can play any race as any class but it makes races only another bit of fluff information that you tell your party once and they then overlook the cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Items whole game their wizard is a half-orc.