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Dereliction 1 point ago +1 / -0

Looks interesting! Thanks for the heads up on that.

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Dereliction 4 points ago +4 / -0 (edited)

Are you looking for something similar to Pathfinder/3.5? Check out Basic Fantasy RPG first. It's free if you just need a PDF, and the books are basically at cost otherwise. Easy and cheap to investigate, at least!

Fantasy Craft may also be a D&D alternative you'd like if "crunch" is your group's style instead.

Palladium Books has a bunch of good alternatives inside and out of fantasy: superheroes, ninjas, dwarves and wizards, and so on.

Shadow of the Demon Lord offers a Warhammer-styled grimdark option that has become popular outside the mainstream.

Something I've only looked at briefly, but has many elements to be interested with, is Open Legend. Ed Greenwood and Matt Mercer (both names I'd guess you know by now) are behind it. Like Basic Fantasy RPG, this is an open source game with tons of potential.

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Dereliction 6 points ago +6 / -0

Curse of Strahd Revamped will be one of the first modules revised by Wizards to align with the developer’s renewed focus on diversity and inclusion. The campaign setting was called out for its insensitive portrayal of the Romani people, and Wizards said in a press release that the module will have other changes and updates made as well.

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Dereliction 4 points ago +5 / -1

Normally I'd agree, but Doomcock has a good track record with insider info. And if his info is right this time, it's not just Kennedy being jettisoned, it's quite possibly the entire shit pile she made happen.

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Dereliction 20 points ago +20 / -0

Increasingly, critical theories resemble rigid ideologies that have jumped the rails, and whose main contribution to society is moral outrage, all the time. Often the very fact some people are outraged is considered evidence that the target is “problematic.” This argument is a strange tautology, a kind of Mobius loop of aggressive morality. “I’m offended by orcs because they are racist.” Well, how can you be sure they are racist? “They are racist because people find them offensive.”

Such a tidy description of the regressive moralizers we're neck deep with these days. Literally, their one and only contribution to society is moral outrage.

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Dereliction 4 points ago +4 / -0

So far as I'm aware: sort of.

They're concerned about surveillance and protester tracking, among other things that naturally go with the sort of situations we're seeing. But I haven't seen anything that sets them as full-out "cucked/woke."

You're right though, they do seem low key in recent months or even years. That or they're just drowned out by all the other noise in the world.

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Dereliction 2 points ago +2 / -0

We can't say that Twitch hasn't been consistent of late. I'm betting it's deer ladies all the way down over there these days.

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Dereliction 2 points ago +2 / -0

Me too. I haven't even poked my head around there to know how things are going. Shame though, it was a fun game while it lasted.

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Dereliction 4 points ago +4 / -0

Oh yeah, that's why I'm trying to keep up on where they have infiltrated. I'm also wondering what impact Trump's recent EO will have on them and their plans in the Western market.

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Dereliction 4 points ago +4 / -0

I hadn't realized that. Interesting ...

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Dereliction 4 points ago +4 / -0

Honestly, I'm surprised he didn't kill her too. But the property management company mentioned that the building had "extensive security" and if he really was a pro, he'd undoubtedly thought of various scenarios and downsides, and how he should react, long before she ever stumbled into the scene.

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Dereliction 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, a few years back they did a live action Archie something-or-other on CW that changed the entire band into blacks instead.

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Dereliction 1 point ago +1 / -0

Please tell me someone told her this.

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Dereliction 1 point ago +1 / -0

Everyone must reject the white supremacist worldview of reliability and loyalty, preferring recklessness and seditious duplicity. That's what they're telling us should be the case, anyhow. Because black and brown people don't like reliability and loyalty like evil white people do.

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Dereliction 12 points ago +13 / -1

I think the Progressives realized it was a really bad idea to get interviewed by Tucker, and that stopped.

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