Orthos wrote:Regardless of topic, there will always be vocal people who are like "DOING ANYTHING IS POINTLESS, DON'T EVEN TRY". Advocating for apathy is common regardless of whether topic is politics or entertainment x'DOceanshieldwolf wrote:My main takeaway is that even people who are vociferous about the behaviour of WotC are all too ready to forgive given enough concessions are made and “go back to playing beloved DnD” because this is all too stressful.This is definitely the impression I got with some of the conversations I had about this on the D&D Reddit. There are a lot of people who are already to say this "doesn't matter", this "doesn't affect players/customers", that any opposition like the ORC "won't go anywhere", and that WOTC is "perfectly within their rights", this is "all going to fly", and "the complainers will get bored in a month and everything will go back to normal".
"Their third capitulation and backpedal is definitely going to be the last, no point in continuing to push despite the fact that we've been winning for two straight weeks now."
They can't actually be being paid to suppress dissent, right?