Half-Dragon of Krynn
D&D 3e (3.0/3.5) Rules
Half-Dragons in the world of Krynn are extremely rare, more so than any other half-breed race. Half-Dragons resemble humans who have a few draconic features added as well, not the least of which are their wings.
Personality: Half-Dragons feel different and out of place in the society they live in, especially after their draconic side begins to manifest. Yet they are quite charismatic, and possess an air of dignity and nobility.
Physical Description: Krynnish Half-Dragons resemble their human parent in most ways, although some features of their dragon parent are evident as well.
Half-Dragons tend to have eyes and hair colored like their dragon parent. For example, a Half-Dragon with a silver dragon as a parent would have silver eyes and hair. Their eyes take on the shape of a dragon's as well.
The tips of a Half-Dragon's fingers end in claws, which can be used to inflict damage. This does not hamper a Half-Dragon's ability to grasp or use objects.
Their most draconic feature, however, is their wings. Half-Dragons grow wings at adolescence, which resemble that of their dragon parent's wings, including color. These wings allow a Half-Dragon to fly.
Alignment: Half-Dragons tend to follow the moral alignment of their draconic parentage, although they have no propensity towards law or chaos. If a Half-Dragon's dragon parent is a metallic dragon, they tend to be good. If a Half-Dragon's dragon parent is a chromatic dragon, they tend to be evil.
Lands: Half-Dragons, as a half-breed race, have no lands of their own. They will live in the lands of their non-dragon parent.
Religion: Half-Dragons tend to worship either Paladine (if their dragon parent is metallic) or Takhisis (if their dragon parent is chromatic).
Language: Half-Dragons have the ability to understand any intelligent communication within a 5' radius and to communicate in previously unknown languages. A DC check of 15 or above means that a Half-Dragon can understand the language.
Names: Half-Dragon names tend to be human names, as half-dragons tend to be raised in human societies.
Adventures: Half-Dragons adventure for a variety of reasons, and oftentimes are in the search of their heritage.
Half-Dragon Racial Traits
"Part Dragon, All Hero" by Roger E. Moore, Dragon #206 p. 22 — 30.
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