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By T. H. Lain

The 1st e-book in a sequence that includes characters from the D&D middle rules.

Featuring the enduring characters that seemed in the course of the most recent version of the D&D video game, this new sequence will allure new gamers and readers to a few of the worlds featured within the Wizards of the Coast publication publishing line. The already commonly used characters and D&D-related content material also will make this sequence very approachable to present avid gamers.

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Tail Length 5 ft. 8 ft. 15 ft. 23 ft. Body Length 5 ft. 13 ft. 23 ft. 37 ft. partly submerged. A black dragon locates the main entrance underwater and hides the entrance either under thick layers of plant life or under a wall of mud through which the dragon can swim. Favored Treasure Black dragons favor coins over other sorts of treasure, because coins can survive long-term immersion better than fragile paintings or sculpture. Although coins tarnish, they do not rust as other metals do. Gems might survive even better, but gems show up in black dragons’ hoards less frequently than coins.

Physical Characteristics The long body of a purple dragon is particularly lithe—catlike and serpentine. The swept-back wing structure and sleek, tapered head allow it to worm its way through narrow subterranean tunnels. Purple dragons have an odor reminiscent of the musky smell of ophidians. Red Dragons When legends, fairy tales, and fables speak of dragons without specifying a color—when they tell of kingdoms laid waste, virtuous maidens sacrificed, and valiant heroes sent home as charred corpses— odds are that they speak of the mighty red dragons.

8 ft. 10 ft. Maximum Height Wingspan 4 ft. 24 ft. 7 ft. 36 ft. 12 ft. 60 ft. 16 ft. 80 ft. Minimum Wingspan 12 ft. 18 ft. 30 ft. 40 ft. Weight 320 lb. 2,500 lb. 20,000 lb. 160,000 lb. leads deeper into the earth. Purple dragons relish the discovery of places never before trod upon by sentient creatures—or at least not visited for ages. A purple dragon might negotiate with people who offer information about undiscovered locations deep in the earth, but only if the dragon believes that its negotiators can provide more maps and information in the long term than it can obtain by dispatching or dominating them immediately.

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