D&D’s fantasy races are often painted in broad strokes, ensuring that if you ever need a cunning villain you can always just grab a drow, or maybe an orc if you need a monstrous warrior with an anger problem. Wizards of the Coast says it’s trying to put an end to that, however, in an attempt to make the tabletop game more inclusive. 

In a blog post published last week, the publisher outlines some of the changes it’s already made, as well as steps it’s planning to take. D&D 5th Edition is easily the most accessible and inclusive edition of the game, but there’s still loads of room for improvement. 

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