Laurence J Sinclair
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Posted by: Khilkhameth on Mar 1, 2013 at 11:32:00 PM
#172 - The cover of Vor Rukoth: who is that, rowing a boat through the ruins of one of Bael Turath's greatest cities? Why, it's a Dragonborn! The war may have ended in a tie, but looting opportunities clearly didn't.
#173 - Dragonborn were the poster-kids for fourth edition Dungeons & Dragons. The inclusion of one of their number on the cover of the Player's Handbook announced loudly that the game wasn't afraid to try new things in its latest direction, shaking up assumptions about 'core' races and classes rather than dwelly overmuch on rehashing the same old, same old.
#174 - Dragonborn breastfeeding. You're welcome.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Jan 1, 2013 at 08:26:02 PM
#171 - Dragonborn. Three syllables. No abbreviation known to man.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Jan 1, 2013 at 11:13:13 AM
#170 - Dragonborn lack that most useless of head decorations: the crest of horns. No sheep they.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Oct 5, 2012 at 10:19:51 AM
#169- Dragonborn don't have to shave.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Sep 27, 2012 at 10:17:03 AM
I finally got a copy of that old 3½ edition sourcebook Races of the Dragon. It's been quite a revelation. I reckon I should be able to get quite a few of the 500RWDaA just by comparing how 4E Dragonborn are nothing like their predecessors...
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Sep 10, 2012 at 01:50:07 PM
#168 - A Dragonborn face makes for a good cameo, since there's quite a bit to it in profile.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Aug 22, 2012 at 01:28:27 PM
167: Although it hopefully shouldn't come up too often, those big teeth of theirs give Dragonborn a distinct advantage should they, for some reason, need to chew their own hand off.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Jul 26, 2012 at 06:24:43 PM
#166 - When cooking a meal, a Dragonborn will not drop any hairs into the food.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Jan 24, 2012 at 09:36:05 PM
#161 - When speaking draconic, Dragonborn sound laconic.
#162 - Dragonborn chefs are the greatest in the world, having to devise dishes that can satisfy palettes capable of withstanding burning heat, freezing cold, poison and more.
#163 - Fire-breathing Dragonborn have no problems with 'hot' meals.
#164 - Cold-breathing Dragonborn can eat ice-cream without getting a brain-freeze.
#165 - Being able to belch out a cloud of energy nine times your own size is impressive by anyone's standards. Compare that to the meagre cloud a full-grown dragon can chuck out.
Posted by: Khilkhameth on Jan 1, 2012 at 09:40:39 AM
#156 - Being well aware of how great they are (almost - but not quite - enough to be considered arrogant), Dragonborn would have no trouble reeling off a list of five-hundred reasons why their species is awesome.
#157 - Being honourable, Dragonborn could probably even find five-hundred reasons why their ancient enemies the Tieflings are awesome.
#158 - It would be easier for Dragonborn to reach a list of five-hundred than a human since that number by their counting should equal only three-hundred and twenty in base ten.
#159 - A Dragonborn wouldn't have to resort to trciks like those last three points (or this one) to fill up the list.
#160 - Dragonborn were polite enough to remain out of the Feywild book.