That's not true, actually. The Dwendallian Empire is Lawful Neutral, on the institutional level, not Evil, with a lot of Good people involved. The Kryn Dynasty is also depicted as Neutral on balance, with a lot of Good and Evil characters and institutions. Complex cultural conflict isn't an "inversion" of anything.Excited to see what type of game they go towards with this. RPG would make the most sense, but then people would likely expect something 5e-related. WotC seems eager to roll with CR, I wonder if that would include letting them adapt their system for a video game without much fuss?www.enworld.org
This reply is also for OakenHart.
The human empire is the corrupt and dangerous one while the one run by the Drow--a race traditionally as cruel and murderous as one could want in an opposing force for a party of good-aligned PCs--is the reasonable and enlightened one. I played Basic and then AD&D back in the day and still have my Fiend Folio in which the Drow were formally introduced. If I'm firmly wedded to tradition and this makes me a fuddy-duddy, I'm A-OK with it.