Kendragon by Kipper Snifferdoo
Huge Dragon (Fire)
Hit Dice: 13d12+52 (136 hp)
Initiative: +0
Speed: 60 ft.,burrow 30 ft.,fly 120 ft.,(poor)
AC: 26 (-2 size, +18 natural)
Attacks: 2 bite +17 melee, 2 claw +12 melee, tail +12 melee, 2 wings +12 melee
Damage: Bite 2d8+6, claw 2d6+3, tail 1d8+3, wings 1d6+3
Face/Reach: 5 ft. by 5 ft./10 ft.
Special Attacks: Breath weapon
Special Qualities: Fear, spell resistance
Saves: Fort +12, Ref +10, Will +10
Abilities: Str 23, Dex 10, Con 19, Int 14, Wis 15, Cha 14
Skills: Bluff +17, Diplomacy +12, Disable Device +7, Escape Artist +10, Hide +4, Jump +16, Listen +14, Open Lock +5, Pick Pocket +5, Search +12, Sense Motive +7, Spot +14, Swim +11
Feats: Alertness,Lightning Reflexes,Multiattack

Environment: Any,Temperate,Warm land,desert,plains,underground
Organization: Solitary
Challenge Rating: 7
Treasure: None
Alignment: Usually chaotic good
Advancement: 14-26 HD (Huge); 27-39 HD (Gargantuan)

The kendragon is a kender that as been polymorphed into an adult brass dragon. The first kendragon was Mapshaker Wanderfuss. He accidentally broke into a wizard’s home and happened upon a small magical dragon figurine. The figurine bit Mapshaker and turned the kender into a brass dragon. After three days of experiencing just how hard it was to be a dragon Mapshaker was fortunate enough to be tracked down by the wizard he borrowed the figuring from and was transformed back into a kender.

The biggest mistake the red robe made however was allowing the kender go free to tell the tale. Once the news had spread of this wonderful device the wizard was visited by many kender all wanting to try this fabulous magic item, and it was not long before the item found it’s way into yet another kender’s pouch and was spirited away.

Kendragons, much like bronze dragons are very talkative, and like kender can be just as difficult to get rid of if one has decided to travel with a party of adventurers. They usually have much news and information on the region of which they have currently been wandering, and it’s difficult to sort out the truth from the kendragon’s rambling and embellishing of the information.

The kender ability to taunt is nullified by the size of the kendragon. It’s one thing to attack a taunting kender, but most opponents will think twice before attacking a taunting kendragon.

Kendragons try to avoid direct confrontation, usually because they don’t want to hurt anyone smaller than themselves. But if they do attack, kendragons can be as much of a menace to themselves as they are to the enemy. Kendragons have all the same abilities of an adult brass dragon.

Dragons are immune to sleep and paralysis effects. Dragons have darkvision with a range of 60 feet and low-light vision.

Breath Weapon (Su) Kendragons have 2 breath weapons, a line of fire or a cone shaped cloud of sleep gas. Kendragons are unable to control the line of fire as they are not experienced at using it. There is a 30% chance that a kendragon will miss the target they were aiming at and a 5% chance that the kendragon will burn it’s mouth and throat every time the line of fire breath weapon is used, thus preventing the kendragon from using the fire breath weapon for the next 3 days. The damage is 6d6 from fire damage, Reflex Save (DC20) for half.

When using the cone of sleep creatures in the cone must succeed at a Will save or fall asleep, regardless of HD, for 1d6+6 rounds. The kendragon must also make the same save or it will also fall asleep.

Fear (Ex) Kenragons can exude an awe inspiring fear at will. A Will save of DC 23 will negate.

Fire Resistance (Ex) Fire immunity, double damage from cold except on successful save.

Spell-Like Abilities (SP) At will – speak with animals; 3/day – endure elements (radius 60 feet); 1/day – suggestion, control winds, and control weather. Kendragons do not gain the summon Djinni ability.

They are a nuisance to the communities in which they have chosen to wander through, because unlike true brass dragons, kendragons are much more friendly and trusting of the local populace. Although they will steer clear of a particular place if they are threatened sufficiently.

Kendragons often forget their current situation and will act as if they are still small kender. It’s not uncommon for a kendragon to try to hide behind objects that only cover their head, or try to fit through doorways or sneak quietly, which can be very comical.

This creature has not yet been play tested.
This is a kender type creature.


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