In what way? Its use got them exiled! If humans hadn't listened to those cunt elves and spent more time trying to connect to the arcana, maybe they would've found a way to use magic without killing bugs and bunnies for MP.>>106923476
The message behind a black king, some Asians, and dyke queens is: "these things are so normal we're not even going to point them out. Now, ADVENTURE!" It is the most low-key, least preachy way I've seen a television show do "inclusion/diversity" in a very long time. >Hey look the dog is just as capable as a normal giant dog.
As I said, the "you're not broken just because other people don't want you" thing is a common trope in every children's show, not just this one.>Hey look at this line of black kings in a setting where blacks are outnumbered 10 to 1.
And what's an appropriate ratio for you before the black king gets weird? Is it good or bad that when he remarries there's not as many blacks around so he marries an Asian? Should it be a "black" kingdom with a few white guys in it?>Hey look lesbian queens.
...and?!>a lot of them don't make sense in the setting
The setting where the entirety of humanity, every race on the continent, was force-marched across a lava field and crammed together, shattering old national lines and creating a diaspora that blended together for a thousand years, united against a common enemy right across the border? Yeah, I can't imagine why you'd see races or sexualities you don't see in traditional fantasy in a setting like that.>they haven't thought of it any further than doing it
Because there is no "further." What's the further? Do you need a season laying the groundwork justifying multiracial kingdoms and lezzing-out queens? Or do you just expect all fantasy to resemble LotR? They're just people.>P.S. You don't have to vilify your opposition.
Now you're just acting gay, anon.