Tag: D&D

  • Dragon Turtle: No, I’m Not Joking

    Dragon Turtle: No, I’m Not Joking

    I want to shake hands with whatever genius concocted this beautiful creature. The dragon section has been a fun and wild ride. We’ve gotten some of the best creatures on the list so far! I’ve managed to blast right through it since I don’t need to review a dragon’s design! Reviewing each one has given […]

  • Silver Dragons: Your Friendly Draconic Neighbor

    Silver Dragons: Your Friendly Draconic Neighbor

    Huh. We’re nearly done with the dragons. That… feels strange. I could’ve sworn that would’ve taken longer. Granted, we have been in this section for basically the whole summer… Time has been weird this year. Silver dragons, the final of the metallic dragons, are the friendliest of the bunch. They live moral lives, performing good […]

  • Gold Dragons: Fire… But Gold This Time

    Gold Dragons: Fire… But Gold This Time

    Can one simultaneously be noble and greedy at the same time? I mean, it is still a dragon. You’d think, if it were so noble, it wouldn’t horde treasure. Or, in this case, literally eat the shit. Gold dragons are templars of justice and devourers of treasure. They’ll often keep to themselves, avoiding contact with […]

  • Copper Dragons: It’s Just a Prank, Mortal

    Copper Dragons: It’s Just a Prank, Mortal

    You know King Kai? From Dragon Ball Z? Yeah, it’s that. But it’s a dragon. Copper dragons appreciate humor and wit above all else. Should it entertain guests, it becomes annoyed at those that don’t laugh at its jokes or shrug off its various pranks. This is why they love bards; they’ll often make room […]

  • Bronze Dragons: Sea-Dwelling Protectors of Justice

    Bronze Dragons: Sea-Dwelling Protectors of Justice

    Alright, so brass dragons weren’t so great. Maybe bronze dragons will be better? Let’s find out! Bronze dragons are coastal dwellers. They feed off of aquatic plants and fish while observing other races in the form of friendly animals. Sometimes, a bronze dragon will observe a ship in the form of a dolphin. If their […]