Talk:Supreme God Maitraya (5e Epic Boon)
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What purpose does an article serve if it is to never be used? I suppose documentation is an answer, but how is any of this information trustworthy/reliable?
- Don’t need to make a new section. You also did explicitly say, at the very top of the article, that it is not to be used. If it is not to be used, why “align” it with the system/gameplay? Why even make it a thing?
- “Align” refers to the fact that this is completely, utterly out of wack with the rest off the system. Nothing should ever be this strong. I can understand derivative content, but when said derivative is nowhere close to the playable power level, why bother? --SwankyPants (talk) 20:11, 17 November 2020 (MST)
- I will elaborate and update the disclaimer. I wished to translate the abilities of this character into a format that aligned with the format of Dungeons & Dragons gameplay, and this was the best place I could find to do such a thing.
- This page shows a fundamental misunderstanding of what is means to adapt content from a series. Compare this to, say, Saiyan Fighter (5e Class). Do you see any x50 multipliers or the ability to destroy planets? This could be completely playable by becoming a class and receiving a nerf, but content fundamentally exists to be used, which this explicitly is not. --Ref3rence (talk) 08:20, 27 November 2020 (MST)