Drow society is supposed to an EVIL matriarchy where the women hold all the positions of power and political influence, while men are treated as a servant class who’s value is measured by their usefulness to their female benefactors.  Because apparently nothing is more terrifying than a society where men are treated like women and vice versa.

Yet in Dungeons and Dragons, and many similar franchises, always seem depict drow women going to ridiculous lengths to cater to the male gaze.  They dress not for comfort, practicality or to flaunt their wealth but rather to showcase their sexy – even when they’re supposed to focusing on misandry or being dangerous.

But perhaps I am just being jaded and cynical, perhaps there is a simple explanation!  So I am running a contest and offering a Steam copy of Life Goes On – a game that perfectly encapsulates everything Bikini Armor Battle Damage stands for by combining gender equitable armor and gratuitous violence. 

Misandry? Or gender equity? We will never know.

All you have to do is think up a caption and submit it either by Tumblr’s answer function or the Disqus comments below.  The competition will run for exactly seven days, and the winner will be judged by myself and announced the day after – all entries will be expected to adhere to our Submission Guidelines (specifically the “what is NOT welcome” section).

– wincenworks

So in 50 words or less what is going on with the drow in the picture up top?