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Dragons! Volume 1 - Chromatic Dragons

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"If you want more flexibility in how you use dragons, Dragons! is an inexpensive option to save yourself the time of messing around with numbers and trying to calculate Challenge Ratings. Recommended." - Merric B

https://merricb.com/2016/04/26/5e-supplement-review-dragons/



Welcome dragon lovers!

Are you playing in the Forgotten Realms?  Running Storm King's Thunder? Tyranny of Dragons Horde of the Dragon Queen?  Rise of Tiamat? Out of the Abyss? A home brew?  It doesn't matter where your game is set, if there's one thing any Dungeons and Dragons setting can use its more dragons!

Inside Dragons! Volume 1 - Chromatic Dragons you will find 30 dragon stat blocks featuring stats for Very Young, Juvenile, Young Adult, Old, Wyrm and legendary Great Wyrm dragons. One of each for each of the five chromatic dragons;  black, blue, green, red and white. I've also included a new dragon age category chart for your reference, and a pleasant little adventuring tale featuring the now infamous young green dragon, Venomfang.

Featuring Challenge Ratings from the Very Young White Dragon's 4 to the Great Wyrm Red Dragon's 30 there is sure to be a dragon inside ready for your players to face.  

With full color and printer friendly versions provided Dragons! Volume 1 - Chromatic Dragons is all the clawing, biting, breathing and wing buffeting crunch you need. Enjoy! 

Dragons! Cover art by Gary Dupuis. 

Don't miss All the Dragons! The Dragons! Volumes 1 and 2 value bundle. Two best sellers for only $2.95!

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Now available - Killer Kobolds! Action just leveled up!

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If you enjoy this please take a look at my other title Journey Through the Center of the Underdark - Journey Through the Center of the Underdark 2 - The Darklake Strikes Back - two compilations of side treks and encounters for your Rage of Demons Out of the Abyss or Underdark campaign. And for additional playable races don't miss 5th Edition Racial Options - Goblins! 5th Edition Racial Options - Hobgoblins!, 5th Edition Racial Options - Bugbears! and 5th Edition Racial Options - Kobolds!


Journey Through the Center of the Underdark  The Darklake Strikes Back  Dragons! Volume 2  Goblins!  Hobgoblins!  Bugbears!  5th Edition Racial Options - Kobolds!

About the Author

Tony has been a gamer for two centuries and counting. He was hooked the moment he set foot in Quasqueton while In Search of the Unknown.

He started DMing last millennium at the beginning of a magical age known as the 80's and has been challenging players ever since. To his astonishment and great pleasure several players have been with him since he first got behind the DM screen.

Tony's going to stop talking about himself in third person now, cuz – its weird.

I sure hope you enjoy these dragons. Let me know what you think, share some war stories in the comments, (especially if you have a group tackle the Great Wyrm Red!) and I'll have more for you soon!

 
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Brian F February 24, 2017 1:18 am UTC
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In the official MM it has the ancient blue dragon having a 10ft wide lightning breath. Your Old Wyrm & Great Old Wyrm have it back to 5ft wide. Also, the blue dragon breath weapon is xd10 but again the two oldest jump it to xd12. Is that correct or should it be d10?
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Tony P February 24, 2017 4:09 am UTC
CREATOR
Good catch on the width of the Wyrm and Great Wyrm Blue Dragons - should be 10 foot wide.

But the higher damage die type was intentional. Bigger and badder breath for the old ones.
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Olav M April 06, 2016 8:23 pm UTC
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Very nice collection. Couple of typos you could check:
- Young Adult Black: either d12 hit dice or size large? What is it?
- Young Adult Black: Burrow speed?
- Old Blue: Wing Attack DC is a bit high?
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Tony P April 07, 2016 11:15 am UTC
CREATOR
Thanks Olav and good catches! Young Adult is large, so should be d10 and burrow? OOOPS! As for the wing attack DC of 222 - I thought they said 5e was based on UNbounded accuracy. :) Will edit and re-up asap - which probably means after the day job tonight.
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Tony P April 07, 2016 9:03 pm UTC
CREATOR
Fixed! Thanks again Olav!
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Benjamin H March 05, 2016 12:24 am UTC
I'm kind of confused about what a dragon has to do with Curse of Strahd. I get why pushing it to the most recent adventure module makes sense for a marketing reason but it seems disingenuous.
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Tony P March 05, 2016 5:18 am UTC
CREATOR
Yeah I concur. I was quite surprised to come back after an evening with my family and see where this had ended up on the hottest Curse of Strahd tracker - I've undone the Curse of Strahd tag, so hopefully that tracker resets itself appropriately soon. My apologies - and lemme get out of the way of the proper gothic horrors that belong in Barovia!
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Benjamin H March 05, 2016 7:51 am UTC
That's a class act! Maybe write a dracolich domain for Ravenloft to tie in to this supplememt?
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