If you can't beat them, eat them

My adventurer would beat your adventurer, and take all his treasure. So there.

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Dragons in armour. Is it cheating? Discuss.

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8 Responses

  1. shent_lodge says:

    Armored dragons are more challenging and not cheating. Something you throw at a party who thinks they have seen it all. Nice render BTW.

  2. I honestly have never even thought about dragons wearing armor. Thank you, sir, for expanding my imagination.

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  3. Greywulf says:

    @Samuel They’re recycling the tin cans that their food comes in :D

  4. Dead Orcs says:

    My old man memory may be faulty, but weren’t there some armored dragons in Dragonlance? Seems like they had a kind of barding or something. Maybe not…

    Anyhoo…does the armor enhance an already armored skin, or does the dragon hide a very shameful secret? :-)

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  5. Greywulf says:

    @Dead Orcs Yep. Dragonlance has weak-willed Dragons that barely merit the honour of the name. Allowing mere humans to ride on their backs like common horses! The shame! And they wore armour – their one cool redeeming feature.

    I guess the armour would stack with their natural armour. I like the potential for Dragons wearing enchanted armour. Picture a huge Blue Dragon wearing a suit of Ghostphase Armour. Wow!

  6. Questing GM says:

    There’s already armored dragons in the new Draconomicon; Frostforged Wyrm.

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  7. Greywulf says:

    @QDM The new Dracomonicon is still on my wishlist. Good to know there’s armoured dragons in there!

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