(because what could be less binary than... the two sides of a card, good metaphor there.)
@ajanionthespot Wouldn't that be gender fluid?
Also: PLEASE MAKE ME INTO A CARD LIKE THIS
@Canageek 1)If you say so. That at least gets me out of my "two sides of a card" metaphor stumble.
2) Well, I wasn't really planning to do an actual CARD of them, but if you're this excited about it...
@ajanionthespot Literally how I feel lately. In Nov/Dec I felt enby a fair bit and never felt she/her, but since I've started feeling she/her regularly I have not felt enby, I just go back and forth between he/him and she/her (or like both at once)
@Canageek Well... I'm glad to have been helpful in your process of articulating this, then!
@ajanionthespot It's a cute, silly card, but I don't think I'd be comfortable playing it and I'm not sure it intersects well with the concept of werewolf-as-queer-metaphor you've already got in Onumbrican society
are there nonbinary people who aren't werewolves?
@DialMforMara There are.
The reason I asked was I'm prepping a lot of secondary characters that probably aren't going to be encountered more than once, and the random generator dice landed on NB and Werewolf. So I thought about one way to do that.
But "are my players going to be comfortable with this?" was one of the main questions I wanted to get answered, so thank you for saying so!
@ajanionthespot I would like to see more enbies and more werewolves, and once we've done that the intersection of the two categories will feel less tokenistic. (yes, even nontoken creatures can be tokens)
@DialMforMara Another lesson learned here is I need to make NB side characters more visible.
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