Simply, calling an elf an elf or a dwarf a dwarf in a non-defamatory, non-insulting way: is it justified to call this out as racist language in a D&D game?
More specifically, we have a player, that whenever they notice that a character/NPC is addressed by their race, they shout "racist!", followed by a prolonged laugh.
May I ask, to what extent is it understandable to address players/NPCs by their character race in colloquial speech?
If these situations are undesirable, who should be corrected?
Or is this considered an in-game behavior and should be solved in-game (by spells/magic potions)?