D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
The Starlit Dragon appears as a star field, and is indistinguishable from the night sky.
The Starlit Dragon is a cunning foe. He uses the night sky to his advantage, as he blends in well. He fears nothing, and is a superior force to all other foes.
Sonic Breath Weapon - This breath weapon is sheer sonic force, and can not only cause damage, but also has the chance of destroying or damaging hearing. Roll a Fortitude save. DC 30 means there is no hearing loss, DC 25 means that there is some hearing loss (-10 to all listen checks), and anything below results in permanant hearing loss unless healed by a cleric.
Bluff, +12; Concentration, +12; Diplomacy, +12; Escape Artist, +15; Listen, +9; Search, +8; Spot +8.
Alertness, Cleave (Claw), Improved Initiative, Power Attack, Sunder, Weapon Focus (Claw).
The Starlit Dragon is a unique Chaos Dragon. It wiped out an entire contingent of knights, leaving few survivors. The leader of the knights, Lord Stoddard, tried to put together a plan to stop the dragon.
The dragon was going to attack the city of Aramus, but knew that there were some survivors. The dragon waited until Stoddard and his bronze dragon Razer reached the city.
The ambush was perfect. The Starlit Dragon blended into the night sky. Stoddard and Razer never knew what hit them.
Liam of Eldor, the son of Huma, appeared on the scene shortly thereafter. Liam transformed into a half-human, half-draconic state and slayed the Starlit Dragon using a dragonlance, but at the cost of his own life.
The Starlit Dragon was a unique Chaos Dragon. It is not known how it relates to Chaos, or if it had a special mission.
"The Son of Huma" by Richard Knaak, printed in The Dragons of Chaos.
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