I am so sorry I started the argument clearly I should not ask these things
What would make it? Probably a bunch of hopepunk that I would have zero interest in.
I think there's truth in both of these, honestly.I dunno if they really need to do a setting contest. Just look at all the huge kickstarters.
Presumably it would if only because D&D 5E has basically no mechanics for that, and the way D&D magic works tends to invalidate most survival and exploration stuff by even level 5 or so, let alone higher levels.would 'a world that actually makes you need to apply survival and exploration mechanics' be a controversial suggestion?
Exactly. The "Black Legend" nonsense is pure rewriting history. It's the literal denial of multiple genocides.Cool show where someone is doing that in this thread.
False. This is a whitewashing of history to make one of the worst colonizing forces in history into the good guys just so their modern descendants don’t have to admit their ancestors did wrong.
You mean the history told by the contemporaries in Latin America (stop with the Hispanoamerica stuff, no one who lives here says that) and their descendants? Because that’s where this history comes from, not from Britain or France.
Who am I marking with tags? Cortez?
Okay, sure. He was a murderous genocidal monster.
And don’t give me any “bad apple” nonsense. No one in power tried to stop him. No one in power tried to stop the church from converting the natives at the end of a sword (or as often, by threat of starvation and the kidnapping of children and forcing them into reeducation schools).
Saints. You don’t have to live in the part of the world that still bears the scars from your “saints”. Burn your saints.
If you dismiss all of history that doesn’t appeal to you as enemy propaganda, you won’t know down from up.