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u/SpecialAgentOrange · 8 pointsr/OkCupid

Maybe you should read up on the subject before you go spouting your ignorance.

u/NoNoNota1 · 6 pointsr/Fantasy

There's a Third Edition Dungeons and Dragons book called Draconomicon that is a really awesome read. I remember it having about 30 pages just on the physiology of dragons, including a really awesome diagram of the inside of one of their eyes having two lenses, explaining how their vision is so good. Definitely more on the Dragonology-style side of things than a novel or series though.

http://www.amazon.com/Draconomicon-Book-Dragons-Dungeons/dp/0786928840/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1451281074&sr=8-1&keywords=draconomicon

u/KarLorian · 4 pointsr/DMAcademy

Take a look at This Book for some inspiration.

u/matthileo · 3 pointsr/DnD

You might be interested in The Draconomicon.

It's a 3rd (maybe 3.5) edition book, but iirc a lot of the information is flavor / fluff, and doesn't depend on an edition.

Edit: and if anyone has the book, maybe you could help OP out with his questions.

u/JoshAsDM · 2 pointsr/DnDBehindTheScreen

You should check out the Dragon Magazine and the Draconomicon. Just about everything is pulled from those canon sources.

  • There would obviously be fluctuation between the value of larger and smaller items. I simplified information to fit into a single page.

  • Yes. 50 gp for each bone, claw, or fang. I'm sure there would be fluctuation, but again, i was going for simplicity.

  • Scales are a part of the hide of the dragon. To remove a scale specifically would destroy that portion of hide. If you want to scales, it's the hide check.

  • The sources don't intimate that it takes longer than a day to do the job. But I can understand it taking longer. DM discretion I guess.

  • Sure. An argument can be made that raw components typically cost less than the final product. I made assessments based on the cost of the items they can be bade into and the value of a "super rare" material. Again, DM discretion.

  • Bones are brittle and hollow. According to the Draconomicon, only a thigh bone is suitable for the bow. In a larger dragon, sure. More are suitable.

  • The harvest check is Survival. I run a few different game types with parties, and one of them uses a Microlite20 variant. So for them the check is (Dex+Subterfuge). I re-uploaded the 5e version here and it has Survival now.

  • I agree. In situations where dragons are more rare, that would be the case. I made assumptions on the average DM's desire to have dragons in the world. If you have a lower magic economy, then you can add a multiplier. I included the HomeBrewery source code for those who want to make edits for their own.

    Edit: I don't know why the bullet points aren't working. Sorry.
u/The_Sayreg · 2 pointsr/DnD

I would get a copy of the 3.5e Draconomicon. Look for it cheap or free mind you. Its a great book with zillions of strange dragons and dragonoids, from all over the multiverse. Amazing book, but you will need to rework the stat blocks a bit to make them 5e friendly.

u/CargoCulture · 1 pointr/DnDBehindTheScreen

See if you can track down a copy of the 3.5 Draconomicon. Apart from being a very good resource in general, it goes in to some very good detail about just exactly what you can do with the parts of a dragon and how much different parts can sell for. I've used it almost as-is for 5e with no trouble.

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/gaming

According to the Draconomicon, this is more or less what D&D dragons do with their food. They don't poop. They breathe fire.

u/MsgGodzilla · 1 pointr/DnD

I have not, the only Draconomicon I've ever read is this one.

I did read the reviews on that page, and one guy says the older Draconomicon was not nearly as detailed as the 3.5 version, but again, I can't speak on that.

u/iAmTheTot · 1 pointr/DnD

Oh man. Thank you for showing me this book. Using Amazon's "look inside" feature alone (lets you preview the book), this looks like a goddamn gold mine of lore and stuff. I am ashamed I didn't know about this before.

u/murarara · 1 pointr/mattcolville

Sounds like a good idea, like everyone has said already.

If you can, get yourself a copy of the Draconomicon for getting more details on how the dragons are and live and what not, I can't vouch for other versions, but the 3.5 Draconomicon is written in a very neat way like an explorer/naturalist writing their observations in a journal.