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May 1st 2016 at 6:59:50 PM •••


"....Dragons rarely have... exploitable flaws."

Bogus, dude. Dragons frequently feature things like Animalistic level intelligence, ungainly size, poor dexterity, or crippling greed/pride/vanity.

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Dec 30th 2011 at 9:50:53 AM •••

Should this include examples of undead dragons from settings where a dracolich is specifically something else? An obvious example being D&D, where Dracoliches are specifically dragons who have become immortal liches via magic, but where dragons can also be made into mindless zombies and skeletons. The latter might be close enough in another setting, but in D&D they are specifically not dracoliches, so it's kind of a weird double-standard. I'm not sure if we should go with it or not.

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Dec 30th 2011 at 10:20:04 AM •••

Yes. Examples need to match the description, not the name.

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