Topaz Dragon

Topaz dragon

Breath weapon: Cone of dehydration Terrain: Inner Planes, any aquatic Alignment: Always chaotic neutral Image: Wizards.com image Notes: Topaz dragons inhabit the coastal regions of the temperate islands, building lairs below the waterline, though constructing them so they remain dry. Clannish and self-seeking, these gem dragons usually want little to do with the other inhabitants of the isles. They keep vassals to fill their domain and make them appear as prosperous as their neighbors, and they participate in the Council activities on occasion, but for the most part these dragons neither seek company nor welcome it.

Out of the egg, a topaz dragon is a dull yellow-orange in color. With the age, its scales harden and become translucent and faceted. When it reaches adulthood, a topaz dragon sparkles in the light of the sun. While topaz dragons enjoy the feel of sea wind and spray on their faceted-scale hides, they do not particularly like the water. They swim to hunt, attack, or reach their lairs, but not for enjoyment. They do love to eat fish and other sea creatures, especially the tasty giant squids that live in the Coral Sea. While not malicious, topaz dragons are not the best of company or particularly pleasant to deal with. Besides caring little for social graces, they display erratic behavior that is unsettling and very confusing. They dislike visitors, but tend to avoid combat if they can help it. If combat is unavoidable, they use tricks and promises to distract their foes before striking with teeth and claws (which they enjoy using). Unless it specifically interests or affect them, topaz dragons tend to be indifferent to the causes and concerns that occupy the rest of dragonkind. They dislike bronze dragons and usually oppose the interests of those clans. It takes time for a topaz dragon to accept another dragon’s friendship, but once it does it remains a friend for life. once another dragon gets past its outer defenses and gruff exterior, it finds a loyal companion and ready protector in the topaz dragon.

Topaz

Female Wyrmling Topaz Dragon
Chaotic Neutral
Representing Fae

Strength 13 (1)
Dexterity 10 (
0)
Constitution 13 (1)
Intelligence 14 (
2)
Wisdom 15 (2)
Charisma 14 (
2)

Size: Small
Face: 5 ft. by 5 ft.
Reach: 5 ft.

Breath: Cone of dehydration, 20 feet x 20feet x 20feet
Damage 2d8 (Reflex save for half DC = 16)

Bite (1): 9 = 7 [base] +1 [strength] +1 [small]
Damage 1d6
3 [strength]

Claws (2): 9 = 7 [base] -5 [claw] +1 [strength] +1 [small]
Damage 1d4
1 [0.5 x strength adjustment]

Grapple check
(crush, snatch): +4 = 7 [base] +1 [strength] -4 [small]

Total Hit Points: 91

Speed: 40 feet
Fly: 100 (average)
Swim: 60
Burrow: 5

Armor Class: 17 = 10 +1 [small] +6 [natural]

Touch AC: 11 Flat-footed: 17

Initiative modifier: +0 = +0 [dexterity]
Fortitude save: +6 = 5 [base] +1 [constitution]
Reflex save: +5 = 5 [base]
Will save: +7 = 5 [base] +2 [wisdom]
Spell resistance: 0

Frightful presence: Not yet

Languages: Common Draconic (? 4 more)

Feats: Clinging Breath Weapon, Multiattack, Improved Multiattack,
Skill Points: 70
All dragons:

Immune to paralysis and sleep Blindsense to sixty feet Darkvision to 120 feet Vision twice human in normal light, four times in shadowy light

Topaz Dragon Abilities:

Wyrmling: Water subtype. Cold immunity, water breathing. Talent for psychometabolism.

Age Wyrmling; 7HD

Topaz Dragon

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