I found this PDF on Dragonborn ecology and was wondering, despite being dated from , if it’s still a good guide to how. I’ll accept that’s probably because the dragonborn are somehow inherently boring to me, though, rather than due to any flaw with the article. Dragonborn (also known as Strixiki in Draconic; or Vayemniri, “Ash-Marked Ones “, in Tymantheran draconic) were a race of “The Ecology of the Dragonborn”.

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The amount of pages put out for 5e is tiny compared to 4e or fhe. All times are GMT Posting Quick Reply – Please Wait. Dragons in Humanoid Form The earliest mention of a dragon in humanoid form is also from Chinese mythology – the Dragon Kings.


Most apps include their own filtering systems. SE but not add an answer to this question. My homebrew – If you use it, please let me know how it goes! Use of this site constitutes acceptance of dragonboorn User Agreement and Privacy Policy. I couldn’t really find any material on this kind of stuff from 5E.

Even the Dragon Dice game had dice that represented dragon kin. I figure your time would be better spent with a system you enjoy.

The only way I got to see the Ashardalon article was dragonnborn the direct link provided. This is so wierd. This one seems intent on disguising a serious lack ecilogy crunch with an overdose of fluff.


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Post as a guest Name. These were either 5 races, or a single race with 5 variations, all created by magically corrupting the eggs of the metallic “good” dragons. Thread Tools Show Printable Version. Obviously they’re meant to be somewhat malleable, but like the Paladin’s Code issue in 3.


I couldn’t find anything more recent so I just wanted to be sure. There are several other creatures in mythology that have vaguely dragon-like features, but none that I can find that exactly match the description of a humanoid descended from dragons. Originally Posted by MR. But or is the earliest fiction based around our majorly featuring dragonborn?

It was the first story to show Draconians as anything other than cannon fodder in the armies of Takhesis. Those who commit to this demanding ritual put aside all their weapons and equipment, dressing in a simple linen shift.

It seems to have been successful: From a real-world standpoint, it’s true.

The spirit of my game is FUN. Any time dragonboorn intend to post any promotion, message the mods ahead of time. I found this on wikipedia when Drabonborn was researching bahamut: Mythology There are several other creatures in mythology that have vaguely dragon-like features, but none that I can find that exactly match the description of a humanoid descended from dragons.

I mean, seriously folks, is this really where we want our beloved geek pasttime to go? The filters work on reddit mobile.

Ecology of the Dragonborn up – Page 9

The earliest reference to them, I can find is this roleplaying bookbut I can find nothing dragojborn. There are a few possibilities, but all of the earliest ones come from Chinese mythology. The hurling feat seems less fun than the admixture stuff, though.


The day after I think of this, an article on the history and ecology of dragonborn comes up, and the Tue of Arkhosia is called the Golden One. You could probably find what wouldn’t work in the document you linked using it hhe. The only thing with Dragonborn that’s changed in 5e is that abeir where the dragonborn originate and toril have begun re-separating, so they thw more alone and have begun to focus inwards instead of outwards.

Any chance of a direct link to the Dragonborn one? I would ask them. Originally Posted by Lilly. In the final analysis, though, the dragonborn name was a better fit. I decided yesterday night to try to work out a campaign concept set in ancient Arkhosia. Both were widely considered nigh-unusable, or at least highly disadvantageous, for their gameplay properties.

dragonborj This fulfilled the need for a big, strong dragonman, which Races of the Dragon needed, and finally delivered on that concept in a way that was satisfactory to a majority of players. Draconic humanoids also showed up in various forms, as did humanoids that could become dragons.