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Bah, all this minmaxing has completely ruined the RPS.
For instance, in a session just last week, I roll up a Paper. Pretty mediocre stats, but I was going for a new experimental wizard-build, with focus on Origami. A decent character overall, strong against Rock, but horribly weak against Scissors. This I thought made a good, balanced character with decent strengths, and equally decent weaknesses.
But then my ass-hole of partner for this run dug up some old, 3rd-party manual called "Sculpting for Dummies". Basically this book threw "balance" out the window, by allowing Rock to dual-class to Scissors. (Some bullshit fluff about "A pair of Scissors made of Rock".)
But then you think "Oh, Scissors, I can just take that with my...oh, yeah".
And our DM is too pussified to say something, so it all falls on me to stop this asshole from ruining our game.
But how do I tell him to stop Mary Sue-ing, without sounding like an equal jackass?