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The following is a list of the less common dragons in the role playing game Dungeons & Dragons. The dragons listed here do not conform to the established prismatic classification of dragons.

Faerûnian dragonsEdit

Brown dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: acid
  • Terrain: Desert
  • Alignment: Usually neutral evil
  • Notes: flightless
  • Appears in: Monsters of Faerûn

Deep dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Flesh-corrosive gas
  • Terrain: Underground
  • Alignment: Chaotic evil
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Monsters of Faerûn and reprinted in Fane of the Drow

Fang dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: None (has a constitution-draining bite)
  • Terrain: Mountains
  • Alignment: Always Chaotic neutral
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Monsters of Faerûn

Rattelyr dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: toxic spit & bite.
  • Terrain: desert, the forest, grassy plains
  • Alignment: lawful evil
  • Notes: It looks like a cross between a rattlesnake, a sea tiger, and a green dragon.
  • Appears in: Shining South

Shadow dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Energy-draining shadows
  • Terrain: Underground
  • Alignment: Always Chaotic evil
  • Notes: Shadow dragons are the second most intelligent evil dragons.
  • Appears in: Monsters of Faerûn and reprinted in the Draconomicon

Song dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Electrically-charged gas, Hypnotic music
  • Terrain: Any land
  • Alignment: Always either chaotic good or chaotic neutral
  • Notes: Silver Blue with the shape of a copper Dragon
  • Appears in: Monsters of Faerûn

Independent dragonsEdit

Incarnum dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Incarnum energy
  • Terrain: Outer Planes
  • Alignment: Lawful good, lawful evil, chaotic good or chaotic evil.
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Magic of Incarnum

Sand dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Flaywind sand
  • Terrain: Warm Deserts
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Sandstorm

Sunwyrm dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Sun Blast
  • Terrain: Air
  • Alignment:
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Fiend Folio

Epic dragonsEdit

Force dragonEdit

Prismatic dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Prismatic Spray
  • Terrain: Any
  • Alignment:
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Epic Level Handbook

Arcane dragonsEdit

Hex dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Poison
  • Terrain: Forest, marshes, underground
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #343

Tome dragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Elemental energy
  • Terrain: Mountains
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #343

Ferrous DragonsEdit

Chromium DragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Line of solid ice (cold damage) and cone of freezing crystals (Dexterity damage)
  • Terrain: Subterranean or mountainous artic clims
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #356

Cobalt DragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Line of pulsing magnetic energy (force damage plus Bull Rush check)
  • Terrain: Deep dark forest or thick jungle
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #356

Iron DragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Cone of superheated sparks (fire and electric damage) and cone of sleep gas
  • Terrain: Hills and mountains containing iron ore
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #356

Nickel DragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Cone of corrosive gas (acid damage)
  • Terrain: Swamp and marshland
  • Alignment: Lawful Evil
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #356

Tungsten DragonEdit

  • Breath weapon: Cone of hot sand (fire and bludgeoning damage)
  • Terrain: Arid deserts and steppes, dry plains in temperate or warmer regions
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • Notes:
  • Appears in: Dragon #356


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