Why did D&D need a Pope? Like i know people tended to defer to Gary's rule clarifications, but i don't remember any single person being treated as Infallible the way 5E fans treat Jeremy Crawford.


Also D&D Pope is a pretty good position. People treat you like you know all just because whatever you say is the company position, and if you get caught being flat out wrong you just say the rules dont even matter. You can say the rules don't matter when the rules are your whole job!

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