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    [–] [OC] [ART] Stone Turn Key CrowsBe4Hos -6 points ago in DnDHomebrew

    Once again, it appears clear to you. Going off of other’s comments here, the original commenter isn’t the only one having trouble understanding it, so the fact that you disagree and say it doesn’t need to change is not only useless, it’s definitively wrong. I’m really not trying to bring you down or attack you here, I just think you need to recognize that just because you understand something doesn’t mean it’s perfectly clear. It just means that YOU get it.

    [–] [OC] [ART] Stone Turn Key CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in DnDHomebrew

    I get that, I just don’t see how it’s relevant or productive to respond that to someone who had a clearly different experience than you. Creators should aim to make sure the widest audience possible can understand what their idea does, and if some people are having trouble with the wording (just look at the other comments), then it doesn’t matter if a portion of the readers understands it perfectly.

    [–] [OC] [ART] Stone Turn Key CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in DnDHomebrew

    Congratulations! Unfortunately, not everyone’s brain works the same way as yours or the authors, and the wording is a bit opaque.

    Just because you get it doesn’t mean everyone else will.

    [–] [OC] Fallen Aasimar Paladin CrowsBe4Hos 5 points ago in characterdrawing

    Apparently they're a fan of Starcraft too

    [–] This sub looking into the mirror of erised CrowsBe4Hos 1 points ago in harrypotter

    As long as Dumb & Dumber aren't tapped to write it

    [–] What is the polite way to ask if someone is trans? CrowsBe4Hos 4 points ago in AskLGBT

    You can always ask which pronouns someone uses if that is what you're worried about. Otherwise, it's none of your business.

    [–] Saw this on Pinterest and though I might make a character out of it. Any ideas for. Class? CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in DnDHomebrew

    A reprogrammed chemical warfare bot, now a warforged cleric. Healing and buffs are injections mixed in his interior. He wears the sleeves and frill to cover the laser scars from his past military life.

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    If you can’t differentiate between the tweet and what someone on reddit titles the piece, you’re on the wrong sub

    [–] Unpopular Opinion: Snape isn't a hero CrowsBe4Hos 8 points ago in harrypotter

    You had me in the first half, not gonna lie

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    This isn’t really a Bernie post, more an indictment of our current system in general

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 4 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    That might be true to some level, but there are a ton of examples of politicians abusing that to sneak provisions into unrelated bills. I think the downsides outweigh the benefits.

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    If you think this subreddit isn't the spot to talk about the fall of our democracy, you might be in the wrong place.

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 2 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    It's not an entirely serious post, meant it more lightheartedly. But to your point, of course not, but our laws should be easy to read and understand, right? Just because Bernie is doing the right thing here doesn't mean he, or anyone else, should have to.

    [–] Apparently actually reading a bill before you vote is cause for hilarity CrowsBe4Hos 36 points ago in ABoringDystopia

    Honestly this just means the laws our politicians try to pass are way too complicated and convoluted. You shouldn't need thousands of papers of legalese.