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Die Stats: 022 133 253

[top]Character Bio

When a dragon in polymorphed form mates with another creature, the union sometimes produces half-dragon offspring. A creature might also transform into a half-dragon as a result of a mad wizard's spell or a ritual bath in dragon's blood. In all these cases, the result is a creature that combines the essence of a dragon with the form of its original race. Regardless of their origins, all half-dragons have similar features and appearance, gaining special senses, resistance to destructive energy, and a breath weapon.[1]
Armor Class: 18
Hit Points: 65
Speed: 30 ft.
STR DEX CON INT WIS CHA
16 13 14 10 11 10

[top]Character Cards

[top]Battle for Faerūn

Die Stats: 022 133 253
# Rarity Subtitle Cost Affiliation Ability Max Die
36 Common Lesser Humanoid 4 While active, dragons cost you 1 less to purchase, to a minimum of 1.
While active, your dragons get +1A and +1D when attacking.
4
72 Uncommon Greater Humanoid 4 While active, dragons cost you 1 less to purchase, to a minimum of 1.
While active, when you field a Dragon, deal 1 damage to your opponent.
4
104 Rare Paragon Humanoid 5 While active, dragons cost you 2 less to purchase, to a minimum of 1.
While active, when you field a Dragon, you may purchase an action die for 3 less cost (minimum 0).
4
[top]Organized Play
Red Dragon OP
# Rarity Subtitle Cost Affiliation Ability Max Die
3 Organized Play Legendary Humanoid 6 While Half-Dragon is active, your dragons may increase their Breath Weapon by 1. 4

[top]Clarifications

  • Half-Dragon gives bonuses to characters that meet one of two requirements:
    1. They have dragon in their name/title (Half-Dragon doesn't count because it is hyphenated). Curse of Dragon and Thousand Dragon would count.
    2. They have dragon in their subtitle, AND have the D&D Monster banner. Lord of D. doesn't count toward this because he doesn't have the Monster banner even though on some cards, he has dragon in his subtitle. Dracolich would count, since it has dragon in its subtitle and a Monster banner.[2]

[top]References

  1. ^ Monster Manual: A Dungeons & Dragons Core Rulebook, 5th Edition, p. 180. DnD.Wizards.com.
  2. ^ Half-dragon effect ruling. Wizkids Rules Forum. Retrieved 6-18-2015

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