It is also an optional rule. Personally

It is also an optional rule. Personally, I think it is a little OP since you can chose a feat on Animal Crossing Items every race (a feat is essentially like a gift and some are extremely strong), but in the end it’s to make your character more flexible once you want to play with an Orc Wizard f.e. and don’t have much use for your bonus strength.It’s more fun because you can play any race as any class but it makes races just another bit of fluff details which you tell your party once and then they overlook the entire game their wizard is a half-orc.

Plus the entire thing started because a bunch of people were complaining about orcs being displaced because they are D&D depiction of black individuals seemingly, even though individuals are a separate race…

I mean if your in a group where the half orc is disregarded now, than it was likely going to be ignored before. It is up to the player to detirmine what they desire from the racial choice, and the dm to enforce those decisions on.The first time I saw that I legit did not get it. . .its because the personality is a shade darker? Is it even? Do not these folks have real problems to worry about?

If you tell your DM that you wish to be a half-orc, and arrive at the table with an notion of what that means from a roleplaying perspective, without having spoken to the DM about it, along with your experience differs from what you anticipated, than that’s in you.It seems less like”caving to SJW’s” and more like just leaning into allowing very good homebrew. A variety of the current changes appear to be at the path of helping you play however you want, while helping you never break game equilibrium. As a rules-are-just-guidelines player, this is super welcome.

Its more that I have a group with extreme murderer characters that like to skin orcs and cut of their feet once we conquer them. I didnt even know people legitimately whined about”orc racism”

Hell, you’re not even permitted to genuinely empathize with folks anymore. You know, that thing we have spent decades building up to better society and our treatment toward each other.

Now it’s”You can not understand or speak about this problem unless you’ve got the perfect identification designation.” All those years of work you put into to bridge the gap of individual experience by putting in the effort to understand other people’s experiences? Invalid.

Instead, we have pulled another linguistic switcharoo. The term”empathy” now means”empathy” to ensure empathizing means embracing the cheap Animal Crossing New Horizons Bells correct narrative depending on the telescope’s psychological appeal.

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