DUNGEONS & DRAGONS, D&D, d20, d20 System, WIZARDS OF THE COAST, Player’s DRAGONLANCE, GREYHAWK, Adventurer’s Vault, Complete Mage, Dragons of Despair, Elder Evils, Exemplars of Evil, James Wyatt (4th Edition). Draconomicon: Chromatic Dragons is a 4th edition base game accessory by nations and organizations and how chromatic dragons fit into the D&D game. Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons focuses solely on the three chromatic dragons first released in the original 4e book; the brown dragon, gray Anything I release through The Arcane Athenæum for D&D will be available.

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They are capable of “blindsense”, the sense in which eyes, ears, and other senses are used to detect invisible persons or objects. The Gorgon’s Alliance Planescape: Dark Sun Dark Sun: There are only a half dozen dragons known to be left.

Other creatures with the dragon type include drakes, felldrakes, elemental drakes, landwyrms, linnorms and wurms. I misplaced my notes at one point, had to re-make a good third of the PDF from scratch, only to then re-discovered those missing notes again just this morning. Perhaps once there were many, but over the years, in-fighting and fighting the younger races have taken their toll. Almost all species of dragon are highly intelligent at least as intelligent as a human being and are able to speak.

There was one from each race of Chromatic Dragons; red, green, black, white, and blue.

Elemental drakes are lesser dragons most closely related to wyverns. You are commenting using your Facebook account.

Dragon (Dungeons & Dragons) – Wikipedia

They are the epitome of good, sacrificing whatever is necessary for the common good of intelligent creatures everywhere. A long time ago and I mean a looooooong time ago, like well over two years ago I released a stat block for an ancient brown dragon. Other deities often included in the draconic pantheon of gods include AasterinianChronepsisand Faluzure. This rule might throw some players off-balance. At the time I promised to work on the other age categories for the brown dragon, as well as stat blocks for the gray dragon and purple dragon which had been released in the same book.


Like all other draconic powers, they gain more as they grow older. Dragonlance deities Forgotten Realms deities Greyhawk deities.

Dark Alliance Baldur’s Gate: Essentially all species of dragon are said to be magical in nature, and in most species this nature is expressed as an draconimicon for some type of elemental power; some dragon species are naturally able to cast magical spells, as well. For good-aligned dragons, this may only mean they often consider humanoid races as children, trying to take care of them and educate them; for evil-aligned dragons, they consider humanoids as mere animals, or as toys to play with; at best, they are minions and slaves.

Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons

The most commonly heard drwconomicon are in the humanoid races, particularly with human and elves. Shining, dull silver dragons that did not seem to match up in description to silver, steel, or mithril dragons were mentioned. Several other sorcerer kings had been rumored to be dragons, but all others were only in a process of being transformed into a dragon type being, unique to the Athas world, which took several long stages to complete, but became greatly powerful if achieved.

The common form of breath weapon is a cone of flame ‘ long, 10’wide at the dragon’s mouth, and 45’wide at the end- This is a magical flame and will ignite even vragons materials.

All Ferrous dragons can sense ordinary metals and the lawful ferrous dragons have a strict hierarchy, with the higher dragons dictating the laws to the lower ones. The cloud dragon, the faerie dragon, the mist dragon, and the shadow dragon appeared in the original Monster Manual II 4d the Eberron campaign settingthree dragon gods have created the world: The “lung dragons” or vragons of Oriental Adventures are also true dragons.

All species appear to be generally reptilian or serpentine in their natural form. After a millennium or two, a dragon reaches his maximum development. You may be asking; why that roman numeral in the title?


Each species of dragon has a particular temperament associated with it, as well as a deeply rooted moral outlook derived from that temperament; these factors underlie the personality and behavior of each individual dragon. This mighty coat is a shining silver color that reflects light in brilliant, scintillating beams and rainbows-refreshing to those who can bask in its goodness, painful to those who hide in the shadows of evil.

The most famous of the dragons is Tarazin the Grey who has not been seen for several decades when the official campaign begins. The adamantine dragon, copper dragon, gold dragon, iron dragon, and silver chromatif appeared in the Monster Manual 2 From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Please help rewrite it to explain the fiction more clearly and provide non-fictional perspective. By their juvenile years age category 4they will speak common.

This article has d&x issues. Draconimicon form of dragon has metallic scales that are a dull green with grey. Gruaghlothor is the supreme ruler of the ferrous dragons.

Draconomicon I: Chromatic Dragons – D&D Wiki

Tiamat is usually considered the deity of chromatic dragons, though not all chromatic dragons acknowledge her as such. Retrieved 27 January Any combination is possible, however, even with drxconomicon or angels.

Please help to clean it up to meet Wikipedia’s quality standards. It provided stat blocks for various rdaconomicon dragons, and dragons of other planes such as the Feywild, and a host of other near-draconic or almost-draconic creatures as well.

You can see that, as well as my methodology, right here at the jump. Except for the youngest dragons, they tend to be quite large—usually at least as big as a horse, and often much larger.