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Fairy Dragon

NG dragon (earth) fey

BASE STATISTICS

CR 2 ; Size Tiny; Hit Dice 3d12
Speed 60 ft. (perfect), swim 30 ft.
Natural Armor +2; Breath Weapon cone, euphoria
Str 9, Dex 17, Con 13, Int 16, Wis 14, Cha 16

Age Category Special Abilities Caster Level
Wyrmling Woodland stride, immunity to poison
Very young Sound imitation 1st
Young Pass without trace 3rd
Juvenile Telepathy, entangle 5th
Young adult DR 2/adamantine, spell resistance 7th
Adult Change shape, blight 9th
Mature adult DR 5/adamantine 11th
Old Mirage, hallucinatory terrain 13th
Very old DR 10/adamantine 15th
Ancient animate plants 17th
Wyrm DR 15/adamantine 19th
Great wyrm mirage arcana 20th

SPECIAL ABILITIES

Change Shape (Su)

An adult or older forest dragon can assume any humanoid form three times per day as if using polymorph.

Euphoria (Breath Weapon)

5-foot cone, euphoria for 1d6 rounds, DC 12 Fort negates. Creatures affected by euphoria are staggered, sickened, and immune to fear effects for the duration. A faerie dragon can use this breath weapon once every 1d4 rounds. The save DC is Constitution-based.

Sound Imitation (Ex)

A very young or older forest dragon can mimic any voice or sound it has heard by making a successful Bluff check against the listener's Sense Motive check

Telepathy (Ex)

Fairy Dragons can communicate telepathically with any intelligent creature.

Woodland Stride (Ex)

As the druid ability of the same name

ECOLOGY

Environment deep forests
Organization solitary
Treasure none

Faerie dragons are whimsical, playful pranksters that spend most of their time either relaxing in cool forest glades or engaged in some sort of prank. Although such mischief is usually spontaneous, some faerie dragons have been known to spend months or even years in preparation of one truly spectacular joke. Travelers making their way through lands known to be inhabited by these good-natured - but sometimes annoying - tricksters are advised to keep up their guard lest they face all manner of creative annoyances (horses painted with berry juice, squirrels placed inside bedrolls, and clothing decorating high branches being a few examples).

Unlike other dragons, faerie dragons do not grow larger with age, but their scales do change color, starting with red and moving through the rainbow to reach dark violet at old age. Faerie dragons grow in power as spellcasters as they age (typically gaining levels in sorcerer), learning more powerful spells to complement their innate abilities. The spells of faerie dragons tend to focus on tools that can be used to create or enhance pranks, and illusion and enchantment spells are particularly popular.

Faerie dragons avoid combat unless there is no other option. If forced to fight, faerie dragons attempt to confound enemies rather than kill them, using both spells and breath weapon to weaken and scatter foes before fleeing. The only exception to this is when a faerie dragon's clan or allies are in danger. As capricious as these tiny dragons can be, many prove quick to bond with goodly creatures, especially fey and others they find interesting or hilarious - adventurers often fall into this latter camp, particularly those most outraged by a faerie dragon's tricks.

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