Our way of saying thanks! Updated Dynamic Lighting Updated Dynamic Lighting now does as much and even more than our legacy system! Play Now. Join a Game. Marketplace Toggle Dropdown. Malleus Monstrorum by Chaosium Inc. Starfinder Adventure: Junker's Delight by Paizo. Reign of Terror by Chaosium Inc. Tools Toggle Dropdown. Character Vault. Community Toggle Dropdown. Searches must be at least 3 characters. Traits Amphibious : The Dragon can breathe air and water. It then makes three attacks: one with its bite and two with its claws.
Frightful Presence : Each creature of the dragon's choice that is within feet of the Dragon and aware of it must succeed on a DC 21 Wisdom saving throw or become Frightened for 1 minute. A creature can repeat the saving throw at the end of each of its turns, Ending the Effect on itself on a success.
If a creature's saving throw is successful or the Effect ends for it, the creature is immune to the dragon's Frightful Presence for the next 24 hours. Fire Breath. Saves against nondamaging breath weapons use the same DC; the kind of saving throw is noted in the variety descriptions. A young adult or older dragon can unsettle foes with its mere presence.
The ability takes effect automatically whenever the dragon attacks, charges , or flies overhead. On a failure, creatures with 4 or less HD become panicked for 4d6 rounds and those with 5 or more HD become shaken for 4d6 rounds.
Dragons ignore the frightful presence of other dragons. A dragon knows and casts arcane spells as a sorcerer of the level indicated in its variety description, gaining bonus spells for a high Charisma score. Some dragons can also cast spells from the cleric list or cleric domain lists as arcane spells.
It gains the abilities indicated for its age plus all previous ones. Its age category or its sorcerer caster level, whichever is higher, is the caster level for these abilities. All spell-like abilities are usable once per day unless otherwise noted.
Young adult and older dragons have damage reduction. Their natural weapons are treated as magic weapons for the purpose of overcoming damage reduction. All dragons have immunity to sleep and paralysis effects. Each variety of dragon has immunity to one or two additional forms of attack no matter what its age, as given in its description. As dragons age, they become more resistant to spells and spell-like abilities , as indicated in the variety descriptions.
Dragons can pinpoint creatures within a distance of 60 feet. A dragon sees four times as well as a human in shadowy illumination and twice as well in normal light. It also has darkvision out to feet. Most dragons purchase the following skills at the maximum ranks possible: Listen , Search , and Spot. All these skills are considered class skills for dragons.
Each dragon has other class skills as well, as noted in the variety descriptions. All dragons have one feat, plus additional feats based on Hit Dice just like any other creature. Chromatic and metallic dragons are exceedingly strong flyers and can cover vast distances quickly. Dragons do not tire as quickly as other creatures when moving overland on the ground. If a dragon attempts a hustle or a forced march, check for nonlethal damage once every 2 hours instead of every hour.
Armorsmiths can work with the hides of dragons to produce armor or shields of masterwork quality. Chromatic dragons form the evil branch of dragonkind. They are aggressive, greedy, vain, and nasty. Black dragon are sometimes known as skull dragons because of their skeletal faces.
Adding to the skeletal impression is the gradual deterioration of the hide around the base of the horn and the cheekbones. This deterioration increases with age and does not harm the dragon. As the dragon ages, they become larger, thicker, and duller, helping it camouflage itself in swamps and marshes. Black dragons are especially fond of coins. Older dragons sometimes capture and question humanoids about stockpiles of gold, silver, and platinum coins before killing them.
Black dragons prefer to ambush their targets, using their surroundings as cover. When fighting in heavily forested swamps and marshes, they try to stay in the water or on the ground; trees and leafy canopies limit their aerial maneuverability. When outmatched, a black dragon attempts to fly out of sight, so as not to leave tracks, and hide in a deep pond or bog.
A black dragon has one type of breath weapon , a line of acid. A black dragon can breathe underwater indefinitely and can freely use its breath weapon , spells, and other abilities while submerged. Once per day an adult or older black dragon can stagnate 10 cubic feet of water, making it become still, foul, and unable to support animal life. The ability spoils liquids containing water. This ability is the equivalent of a 1st-level spell. A great wyrm black dragon can use this ability three times per day.
It works as a mass charm spell that affects only reptilian animals. The dragon can communicate with any charmed reptiles as though casting a speak with animals spell. Hide , Move Silently , and Swim are considered class skills for black dragons.
The size of its scales increases little as the dragon ages, although they do become thicker and harder. Its hide tends to hum and crackle faintly with built-up static electricity. These effects intensify when the dragon is angry or about to attack, giving off an odor of ozone and sand.
Their vibrant color makes blue dragons easy to spot in barren desert surroundings. However, they often burrow into the sand so only part of their heads are exposed. Blue dragons love to soar in the hot desert air, usually flying in the daytime when temperatures are highest. Some nearly match the color of the desert sky and use this coloration to their advantage. Blue dragons lair in vast underground caverns, where they also store their treasure.
Although they collect anything that looks valuable, they are most fond of gems—especially sapphires. Typically, blue dragons attack from above or burrow beneath the sands until opponents come within feet. Older dragons use their special abilities, such as hallucinatory terrain , in concert with these tactics to mask the land and improve their chances to surprise the target. Blue dragons run from a fight only if they are severely damaged, since they view retreat as cowardly.
A blue dragon has one type of breath weapon , a line of lightning. A blue dragon of any age can use this ability three times per day. It works like the create water spell, except that the dragon can decide to destroy water instead of creating it, which automatically spoils unattended liquids containing water.
A juvenile or older blue dragon can mimic any voice or sound it has heard, anytime it likes. Bluff , Hide , and Spellcraft are considered class skills for blue dragons. As the dragon ages, the scales grow larger and lighter, turning shades of forest, emerald, and olive green, which helps it blend in with its wooded surroundings.
Green dragons initiate fights with little or no provocation, picking on creatures of any size. If the target is intriguing or seems formidable, the dragon stalks the creature to determine the best time to strike and the most appropriate tactics to use. If the target appears weak, the dragon makes its presence known quickly—it enjoys evoking terror. Sometimes the dragon elects to control a humanoid creature through intimidation and suggestion. Green dragons especially like to question adventurers to learn more about their society and abilities, what is going on in the countryside, and if there is treasure nearby.
A green dragon has one type of breath weapon , a cone of corrosive acid gas. A green dragon can breathe underwater indefinitely and can freely use its breath weapon , spells, and other abilities while submerged. Bluff , Hide , and Move Silently are considered class skills for green dragons. The small scales of a wyrmling red dragon are a bright glossy scarlet, making the dragon easily spotted by predators and hunters, so it stays underground and does not venture outside until it is more able to take care of itself.
Toward the end of young age, the scales turn a deeper red, and the glossy texture is replaced by a smooth, dull finish. As the dragon grows older, the scales become large, thick, and as strong as metal. The neck frill and wings are an ash blue or purple-gray toward the edges, becoming darker with age. The pupils of a red dragon fade as it ages; the oldest red dragons have eyes that resemble molten lava orbs.
Because red dragons are so confident, they seldom pause to appraise an adversary. On spotting a target, they make a snap decision whether to attack, using one of many strategies worked out ahead of time. A red dragon lands to attack small, weak creatures with its claws and bite rather than obliterating them with its breath weapon , so as not to destroy any treasure they might be carrying. A red dragon has one type of breath weapon , a cone of fire.
A juvenile or older red dragon can use this ability as the spell of the same name, once per day per age category. Appraise , Bluff , and Jump are considered class skills for red dragons. The scales of a wyrmling white dragon glisten like mirrors. As the dragon ages, the sheen disappears, and by very old age, scales of pale blue and light gray are mixed in with the white. White dragons prefer sudden assaults, swooping down from aloft or bursting from beneath water, snow, or ice.
They loose their breath weapon , then try to knock out a single opponent with a follow-up attack. A white dragon has one type of breath weapon , a cone of cold. This ability works like the spider climb spell, but the surfaces the dragon climbs must be icy. It is always in effect. An old or older white dragon can use this ability three times per day. It is similar to a solid fog spell but also causes a rime of slippery ice to form on any surface the fog touches, creating the effect of a grease spell.
The dragon is immune to the grease effect because of its icewalking ability. This ability is the equivalent of a 5th-level spell. Hide , Move Silently , and Swim are considered class skills for white dragons. Metallic dragons make up the good branch of dragonkind, but they are every bit as aggressive as their evil cousins when threatened or challenged. They also tend to be covetous and proud. As the dragon gets older, the scales become more brassy until they reach a warm, burnished appearance.
The grand head-plates of a brass dragon are smooth and metallic, and it sports bladed chin horns that grow sharper with age. Wings and frills are mottled green toward the edges, darkening with age. As the dragon grows older, its pupils fade until the eyes resemble molten metal orbs. Brass dragons would rather talk than fight. If an intelligent creature tries to leave without engaging in conversation, the dragon might force compliance in a fit of pique, using suggestion or a dose of sleep gas.
When faced with real danger, younger brass dragons fly out of sight, then hide by burrowing into the sand. Older dragons spurn this ploy but still prefer to have the advantage in combat. A brass dragon has two types of breath weapon , a line of fire and a cone of sleep. Creatures within the cone must succeed on a Will save or fall asleep, regardless of HD, for 1d6 rounds plus 1 round per age category of the dragon.
This ability, usable by a great wyrm brass dragon, works like a summon monster spell, except that it summons one djinni. This ability is the equivalent of a 7th-level spell. Bluff , Gather Information , and Survival are considered class skills for brass dragons. As the dragon approaches adulthood, its color deepens slowly to a darker, rich bronze tone.
Very old dragons develop a blue-black tint to the edges of their scales. Powerful swimmers, they have webbed feet and smooth, flat scales.
You are a dragon - majestic, invincible, supreme! My analysis of dragon travel times in 5e RAW indicates they can get to a council meeting within the 15 day time limit unlike in 2e. If I assume the 'clock' on a forced march is reset by a short rest. I can't find a RAW that tells me what resets the hours counter on a forced march. Anyone seen an official ruling on this? Travel For speeds higher than 40, the special travel pace rules DMG will be useful in some circumstances.
A squadron of dragons on the other hand can travel great distances fast. When a Council of Wryms meeting is called Councillors have 15 days to reach the Aerie. In 5e typical dragons old enough to participate in debated on the Platform of Dominates or vote on the Platform of Wryms can get get there within 15 days.
For an Ancient MM dragon this is at least 22 hours of flying per day, a little longer for most breeds. Running the same calculations for the weakest MM adult dragons produces about 15 days to fly from the most distant coast of the Isles to the Aerie if she is at the farthest shore from the Aerie in all the Isles.
A straight line of travel to the meeting is theoretically possible for a standing edict forbids interfering with a dragon travelling to the Council. In practice most dragons go around hostile domains if there is time. I assume that given that the dragon has no levels of exhaustion a short rest is sufficient, for simplicity I recommend a simple maximum of 23 hours of travel per day when calculating trave times for long journeys. Last edited by Coronoides on Tue Dec 12, am, edited 1 time in total.
Re: 5e dragon travel times Post by Coronoides » Mon Dec 11, am See also the discussion here: viewtopic. In 5e typical dragons old enough to participate in debated on the Platform of Dominates or vote on the Platform of Wryms can get there within 15 days at fast pace DMG , although in some extreme cases bursts of forced march PHB will be nessisary. A creature can travel for constitution save -1 hours in a day min 8, maximum 16 for days on end without risk of exhaustion.
It is not unusual for ancient dragons to fly for 12 to 15 hours a day to reach a Council meeting based on MM dragon statistics. However, if the stakes are high enough to warrant a forced march rolling CON saves will build the tension at the table. It's vitally important for a party to be able to use debuff effects on a dragon in order for everyone to have a higher chance of survival, which means that they should concentrate on forcing adult and ancient dragons to blow their legendary resistances as quickly as possible by using as many saving throw-inducing moves as they can.
It also has a Dexterity stat of ten. If you can find a way to lower their Dex score using spells like bestow curse then they won't be able to move their body. The third edition dragons had a terrible Dexterity stat, but the fifth edition dragons have a terrible Wisdom stat. An easy way for dragons to protect their treasure is to prevent creatures from other races from being able to function within the boundaries of their lair. Dragons have blindsense and keen senses, which means that they can function without their eyes.
It's important for the spellcasters of the group to prepare for any kind of magical or nonmagical darkness effect, as removing sight will give the dragon an overwhelming advantage. If there is a dragon you really need to dispose of and you have a a lot of cash and b an arcane spellcaster who can craft wondrous items, then you can cheese it using one of the oldest tricks in the book.
If you place a portable hole in a bag of holding, then it will open a gate to the astral plane and utterly destroy anything in a ten-foot radius. It's going to cost you around thirty-thousand gold pieces in the third edition of the game to craft the items necessary to destroy the dragon. You will also need to create a construct, or summon a creature and have it get close to the dragon, throw the hole in the bag, and destroy it in a single round of combat.
One of the most basic tactics that an adventuring party needs to consider when facing a dragon is their placement on the battlefield and how they will best be able to operate from there. It is of paramount importance for an adventuring party to spread out and attack a dragon while keeping as much distance between each other as possible.
A dragon's breath attack is the most obvious reason for spreading out, as this will prevent it from being able to strike multiple party members at once. Spreading out will also prevent dragons with spellcasting abilities like the ones in third edition from being able to use area of effect spells, and will force dragons with legendary actions like in the current edition to have to carefully choose when to use them.
A dragon will almost certainly fill its lair with traps and those with spellcasting abilities will shield their lair from divination, preventing the players from being able to scry and reveal all of the dragon's defenses. A spellcaster with some gold and experience points to spare can forge the perfect spy in the form of a homunculus, which can share its senses with its a creator from a range of over a thousand feet. A homunculus can scout a dragon's lair in safety, as its tiny size will make it hard to detect and its nature as a construct will keep it safe from environmental hazards and from mind-altering effects.
A spellcaster can use a homunculus to scope out all of the dragon's defenses from the safety of their own home. If your DM is cool with you using the material from Book of Exalted Deeds, then you can break out the mythological trick of baiting a dragon with a goat or sheep and coat them in a ravage or affliction. If the dragon chows down on the poor creature, then they will have ingested the poison and will start taking stat point damage or become too ill to fight.
Why fight a dragon on your own when you could send in some elemental lackeys to rough it up a bit first? One of the best tactics you can use when fighting dragons on their home turf is to have the spellcasters send in their most powerful air elementals first, as they will trigger any traps the dragon will have placed and will hopefully force it to use up some of its own abilities and spells before the party can come in.
The reason air elementals are the best option is due to their natural ability to fly, which allows them to match the maneuverability of a dragon. Clerics who wield elemental powers can also be beneficial to the survival of a party, with some of them holding sway over the minds of dragons.
You will need to roll high to turn a dragon, but there are lots of feats that can increase your odds of success. The real reason why most adventuring parties will risk their lives fighting a dragon is due to the fact that they always have the best loot, which is a precedent set by Smaug from The Hobbit.
A dragon will almost certainly be guarding its hoard if it's not expecting any trouble, which can be helpful in alerting the party to its location. A cleric can combine the detect metal and minerals spell with meld into stone to scout the perimeter around the dragon's lair without setting off any of its traps or alerting them to your presence, allowing you to track the location of its hoard in safety and giving you a general idea of how far into its lair you will have to go before facing the beast.
The book called Xanathar's Guide to Everything has a spell called earthbind that can help you turn the tide against flying creatures, as the target must succeed on a Strength check or be forced to sink to the ground. Earthbind has a range of three hundred feet and can be concentrated on for a minute, which should give the party plenty of time to deal with the enemy.
It doesn't matter how large a creature is when it comes to determining the damage from area of effect spells, as only a single part of its body needs to be within the area of effect for it take damage. The creeping doom spell is one of the few that takes advantage of a creature's large size, as it summons multiple swarms of centipedes that can act over several squares.
This means that they can perform multiple attacks each turn and have several attempts at inflicting their poison, which nauseates enemies and prevents them from taking actions. The third edition version of the creeping doom spell is one of the best weapons you can use when fighting dragons, as it doesn't grant a saving throw and ignores spell resistance.
The reason why negative levels are effective against dragons is due to the fact that they last for twenty-four hours, meaning that you can wear them down over the course of the day using blitzkrieg tactics and escape before it can counterattack.
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