I drafted the following question for main:
I've recently gotten back into D&D (the last time I played it was 2e), and I've been doing a lot of reading so I can be a better player.
One idea I keep coming across is class stereotypes (the two I can think of at the moment are "horny bards" and "edgelord rogues", but if there are others I'd love to know about them). Now, I've been in only two long-term campaigns and done a bunch of one-shots, so I don't have a lot of experience, but I have yet to run into characters who fit these stereotypes. (Technically, I've run into one horny bard, but the player in question makes ALL his characters horny, regardless of class, so it's hard to count that one.)
I'm interested in learning more about these stereotypes. Are they backed up by people's actual experience? If not, where do the stereotypes come from, and why do they persist?
But as I read over it, I started to worry that it was too broad/non-specific/subjective. Is this an appropriate question for main? If not, how can I make it better?