Cimeara (cimeara) wrote,

Black-skinned Drow are Evil; Brown-skinned Drow are Not Drow

Over at haikujaguar's journal there was a discussion of the ridiculous reworking of the Faerun drow by Wizards of the Coast (hereafter known as "WotC") in 4th edition (hereafter known as "4e") Dungeons and Dragons (do I have to say it'll be called "D&D"? or maybe "DnD"), on which I commented. And a very nice summary of the actual changes was in eric_hinkle's journal, at this post, on which I also commented. And then someone has gotten into a discussion with me about how 4e DnD is really not that bad and WotC made some good changes that are really all about making it "fun to play." Right.

Then I came home this evening and my son showed me this.

I am mightily amused.

(P.S. For those that didn't know, I once worked as a part-time moderator at WotC's online RPG chat room.)
Tags: rpgs

  • On Heroes

    Heroes. Not the TV series. Creating them in RPGs, or fiction... The best villains are self-aware. They -know- they're villains, or at least…

  • And, yes...

    Life goes on, much the same in most ways. Unfortunately the same in some ways, nicely the same in other ways. Job still exists, art still gets made…

  • Still around, just not here...

    I won't let this account die but, yeah, only here once a year at best to make sure it's still around. >_< (And it's not that I'm that much…

  • Post a new comment


    default userpic

    Your reply will be screened

    When you submit the form an invisible reCAPTCHA check will be performed.
    You must follow the Privacy Policy and Google Terms of use.