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Stating The Obvious 0677 – Pathfinder RPG Core Rulebook Says Your Imaginary Character Is Not Allowed To Have Nonconsensual Sexual Contact With Other Imaginary Characters. — 3 Comments

  1. Pathfinder sounds like AIDS while D&D 5th edition is just average leftist cuckery, here’s what my 5E players handbook has to say about sex and gender. They don’t virtue signal about slavery but this is still fucking gay…

    “You can play a male or female character without gaining any special benefits or hindrances. Think about how your character does or does not conform to the broader culture’s expectations o f sex, gender, and sexual behavior. For example, a male drow cleric defies the traditional gender divisions of drow society, which could be a reason for your character to leave that society and come to the surface. You don’t need to be confined to binary notions of sex and gender. The elf god Corellon Larethian is often seen as androgynous or hermaphroditic, for example, and some elves in the multiverse are made in Corellon’s image. You could also play a female character who presents herself as a man, a man w ho feels trapped in a female body, or a bearded female dwarf who hates being mistaken for a male. Likewise, your character’s sexual orientation is for you to decide.”

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