alienating my d&d players by insisting on singing the lamentations that rise from the orcish camp when their warriors do not return

ai! my life! for what do i live /
when my grishnach is taken from me?

for what does the eagle still soar /
when my ruddy-faced one will not return?

the orc shaped problem at the heart of d&d is that orcs are simply people you don't have to feel bad about killing but uh

they're people my dude

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@parenthetical <_< flipside of this... kinda.

One of my still favorite Pathfinder character was a kobold hunter/scout who's tribe had been wiped out by some adventurers, as lazy low level parties do. So she started offering her services to other adventurers to track down that first party and murder them.

Pointedly morally conflicted, and emotionally refusing to process her problems.

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