Wizards of the Coast

For the first time, Wizards of the Coast offered Asian fans of the popular fantasy game a public venue to express themselves.
The book, criticized for its depiction of Asians, is one of several legacy D&D titles to receive the disclaimer.
Wizards of the Coast, the company behind D&D, vowed to revise the idea of inherently evil "races" such as orcs in its popular fantasy game.
The cards in question featured names such as "Invoke Prejudice," "Jihad" and "Cleanse."
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