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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    Does Usagi Yojimbo act like a rabbit? Also, part of the point of Zootopia is that while some aspects of a person's nature are, well, nature, the rest is individual and social. Foxes don't have to steal eggs and eat rabbits just because they're foxes. I'd say that's the opposite of what that...
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    D&D Movie/TV D&D Movie: Action Packed, Funny as Hell

    While this is true overall, I have a hard time ignoring how much better the latter two films treated the hobbits, compared to the nonsense treatment of Merry and Pippin in Fellowship. There was no legit reason, IMO, to make them useless idiots in Fellowship.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    This is still speaking to the idea of someone's mind changing as a result of snark being used, which is irrelevant. If reproach is being used just to be a jerk, without making any point, it is generally ignored, at best. That doesn't mean it is inherently failed communication, it just means it...
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    You're asking a different thing from what I'm talking about. The on-point question would be, have i ever changed my mind as a result of an argument or points made using social reproach? And the answer is yes, and so has pretty much everyone else.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    actual animals aren't the same thing as a animal people.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    Well, that, and what Umbran is saying isn’t even actually true. Snark can absolutely be effective and persuasive.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    No one but you thinks the idea of “keywords” is relevant, though. No idea of the Barbarian ability modifying rabbit hop relies on the idea of keywords. Not really. They modify any jump, which rabbit hop is. Yes, it is. It literally is a racial ability that lets you jump as a bonus action. The...
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    Not sure that follows. You’re jumping, it has a distance, the other feature adds to the distance you jump. There is no rule that specific rules don’t stack or modify eachother.
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    D&D 5E Why Not? A Variant Captain Fighter

    It’s contingent enough of specific features that I’d probably be fine with it.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    Yeah honestly while I know Freya from FF9 isn’t a rabbit lady (and also maybe not technically a Dragoon? I don’t remember), she is the character inspiration I’d go for. Yeah snark can definitely be effective communication. It’s a generally very mild form of social reproach, which is an...
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    D&D 5E My Five Favorite Things From The Wild Beyond The Witchlight

    I have the City of Nocturne, which exists concurrently in all three planes. It’s always night, there.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    Yeah we have multiple birds, multiple cats, turtles, and way more in past editions.
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    D&D 5E Preview Witchlight's New Rabbit People

    But this is a you thing. They’re not bunnies, they’re hare-people. Like, look at the actual art. There is a long history of taking animal-folk seriously. I genuinely don’t understand why some folks find it so difficult.
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