|#1maladaarFeb 08, 2004 4:25:34||Prior to the release of the DLCS, the Nexus had stats for the Traag and Sesk draconians (as well as the "normal" draconians), but the 3.5e versions of the "normal" draconians aren't quite the same. |
So I was wondering if there are any plans to release the 3.5e stats for the Traag and Sesk draconians.
|#2The_White_SorcererFeb 08, 2004 4:29:42||What exactly ARE these traag and sesk draconians? Never heard of 'em.|
|#3baron_the_curseFeb 08, 2004 4:53:27||They where proto-type draconians, failures. Some can be found in Taladas.|
|#4zombiegleemaxFeb 08, 2004 21:42:39||I'd like to see stats of that one Draconian from Riverwind: The Plainsman. You know, the one made out of quicksilver or something(It's been a long time sonce I read it).|
|#5maladaarApr 30, 2004 1:05:18||Any update on the possibility of seeing a 3.5 version of the:|
that quicksilver one that was mentioned???
|#6NivedApr 30, 2004 1:26:07||For awhile it was said they'd be in the beastiary, at least the Traags, but looks like they cut them.|
|#7maladaarApr 30, 2004 3:50:28||*throws a tantrum*|
*jumps up and down, hopping mad*
*head explodes from high blood pressure*
|#8cam_banksApr 30, 2004 6:14:09|
Originally posted by Nived
Nope, the traag are in the Bestiary. Trust me.
|#9The_White_SorcererApr 30, 2004 7:03:46|
Originally posted by Cam Banks
Either they aren't mentioned in the table of contents or you've hidden them pretty bloody well.
|#10brimstoneApr 30, 2004 8:58:58||Speaking of new draconians...something has been bothering me for a while.|
The black draconian is called a "venom draconian" and the kapak has poisonous saliva.
My question is...how does acid equate to poison?
|#11shnikApr 30, 2004 10:06:58|
Originally posted by The White Sorcerer
Look at Chapter 4: There is a Proto-creature, probably a template. Traag have always been known as Proto-Draconians, so they'll probably be there. Maybe even the example creature!
|#12cam_banksApr 30, 2004 13:21:29|
Originally posted by Shnik
Shnik gets a brownie point!
|#13cam_banksApr 30, 2004 13:23:07|
Originally posted by Brimstone
When it's based on a chlorine compound, which is incidentally why a green dragon's poison gas attack is considered an acid damage type in 3rd edition D&D.
You've got to love that toxic hydrochloric dragon nastiness.
|#14NivedApr 30, 2004 15:22:04||In a lot of fantasy literature (and a lot of anime) often acid is shown as being related to poision.|
I think this is because of the nature of the poison of certain creatures, like the Brown Recluse spider of North America. Certain poisions start to digest tissue before the poisioner consumes it, for instance the area around a recluse spider bite will actually rot away. Its extremely nasty to see. I can only assume this 'digestion' is acidic in nature, even if its not the breakdown of organic tissue like that is close enough to be seen as acid like.