lolI'd say less than 1% of the D&D community is whining because their character isn't the OP.
OP = Original Post(er); OP = OverPowered
OK, seriously, though, there's a lot of complaints about classes (or other more granular build components), being under- or over-powered. Some of those might have their origin in disappointment with a specific character, as might the inevitable assertions to the contrary have some foundation in glee over the reverse. Neither's terribly desirable, which is why balance /is/ desirable.
Any game element that has been called out as a problem: one weapon doing 1/2 hp lower DPR than the next, one class being better than another, at the other's core competency, a dice mechanic being non-functional, whatever.I’m not understanding what element of the game I’m being asked about whether it is a problem or not.