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OMG people, we need to make reviews with 5 stars! Common!
No, we need to make reviews with as many stars as we see fit to give a product, based on our perception of the product.
On person can destroy the chance on a Bestiary 6.
I sincerely doubt that a 2-review has any real chance of destroying anything.
This clearly comes from a
1) D&D fanatic
I get the distinct feeling that the term "D&D fanatic" is used in derogatory fashion, and that's not cool.
2) Monster book hater, one that is happy with Bestiary 1 (D&D one) and doesn't care for the rest.
Or a gamer with preferences when it comes to monster books that aren't similar to yours. Which doesn't necessarily equate to hate.
3) Lover of human-based books that is angry that we got Bestiary 5.
Ok, some things could be her opinion, but 2 star ranking is cruel and untrue.
Untrue? How so? It's the reviewer's perception of the book. It's not a 5-star review, but that in itself doesn't invalidate it. You may disagree (as do I), but that also doesn't in itself invalidate the reviewer's perception of the book.
We need to make more positive reviews or this could be the end, and I already know you people are very positive about the book!
Keep calm and enjoy the monsters!
Previous Bestiaries have seen some less-than-stellar reviews (Bestiary and Bestiary 2 both received a 1-star review), and yet here we are with a fifth installment.