The chameleon tag was just created for the D&D 3.5e prestige class, chameleon.
Our guidance on when to create tags for individual classes is fairly vague (by necessity), and I think this one might be borderline, so I wanted to raise a discussion. Is this tag a good fit for the site?
There is some merit in grouping these questions
The chameleon is a weird, weird class. It raises a lot of thorny questions, revolving around its ability to swap its class features in and out and the sheer “My ‘Not Allowed to Qualify’ T-shirt has people asking a lot of questions already answered by my shirt.”-ness of it. (Not least because that “T-shirt” doesn’t resolve all questions as well as its authors probably hoped it would.)
But it is pretty specific
The chameleon is a somewhat-obscure, one-off class from one supplement to one edition of D&D, that has never re-appeared in other editions of D&D and doesn’t have a lot of comparable classes in other games (to my knowledge). Moreover, even if we did have other chameleons, they likely wouldn’t be really the same topic as the one from Races of Destiny, which is so specific to that implementation.
And I worry about “chameleon” being a generic term
I think the tag should, perhaps, be chameleon-prestige-class instead. Or even races-of-destiny-chameleon instead. races-of-destiny-chameleon-prestige-class is probably too much :P