How Pathfinder creates a Troubling Worldview

I really like where you’re going with this, although as a DnD newbie and someone who doesn’t really understand the nuances of Pathfinder’s difference from other rpg games, I’d like to hear you talk more about how you think DnD/other rpgs build better, less problematic (or possibly worse) worldviews. This is probably too short of a piece for you to really get into that, but it’s definitely something you should consider looking into in another critique!

Also, I never considered the way of picking different races to fit the character you want to play to be problematic , but I definitely get how limiting that can be. Do you have any alternative suggestions to this system that wouldn’t promote such a problematic worldview?

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