- Nov 6, 2020
https://www.wargamer.com/dnd/alignment-rules-changesCould you give some examples of why you think AD&D rules are better than D&D 5e?
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Corellon_LarethianAs guardians against the forces of wickedness, paladins are rarely of any evil alignment.
https://screenrant.com/dungeons-dragons-combat-wheelchair-disabled-representation-tabletop-rpg/The 2018 rule book Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes introduced the "blessed of Corellon" characteristic which allows player character elves to change their sex any time they take a "long rest" (a mechanic which is at least eight hours of in-game rest). This ability for players and 5th edition's affirmation that "you don't need to be confined to binary notions and gender,"
With Candlekeep Mysteries featuring a wheelchair-compatible adventure, and Van Richten's Guide to Ravenloft having characters in wheelchairs, it's becoming more common even in official Dungeons & Dragons content
It's the rules, it's the lore, it's everything. 5E is completely tainted by politics and pandering to the lowest common denominator. It's a dumbed down retcon of 2E's rules and lore, with a simplified version of 3E's spreadsheet bullshit slapped on top.
It's not only that 2E is better, it's that 5E is so much worse in so many ways that any positives that might be there aren't worth it.