D&D General 5E Survivor: Named Dragons - BAHAMUT SHINES!

OB1

Jedi Master
Ashardalon 13-2=11
Bahamut 18
Chronepsis 25+1=26
Cyan Bloodbane 30
Dragotha 30
Io 24
Klauth 8
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 26
 

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Omand

Hero
Ashardalon 11
Bahamut 18 + 1 = 19
Chronepsis 26
Cyan Bloodbane 30
Dragotha 30
Io 24
Klauth 8 - 2 = 6
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 26
 




jasper

Rotten DM
Ashardalon 11
Bahamut 19
Chronepsis 26
Cyan Bloodbane 29
Dragotha 30
Io 23 +1 = 24
Klauth 4
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 27 -2 = 25
 
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Ashardalon 11
Bahamut 19 + 1 = 20
Chronepsis 26
Cyan Bloodbane 29 - 2 = 27
Dragotha 30
Io 24
Klauth 4
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 25

I was very tempted to make my + red and my - green just because, but I figure we get enough accidental confusion in these threads as it is.
 

el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
Ashardalon 11
Bahamut 20
Chronepsis 26
Cyan Bloodbane 27 - 2 = 25
Dragotha 30 +1 = 31
Io 24
Klauth 4
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 25
 

Accidental simultaneous post with el-remmen, here's the updated numbers

Ashardalon 11
Bahamut 20
Chronepsis 26
Cyan Bloodbane 25
Dragotha 31

Io 24
Klauth 4
Sardior 26
Silvara 28
Tiamat 25
 






Yeah, I noticed I came in just after you - but I think I made the proper fix on my post.
You did, I just didn't see it until after I'd posted my addendum. Never hurts to have too many people saying the correct thing :)

Has there been a survivor: gods thread before?
Can't say that I've seen one, but I haven't paid a lot of attention to these threads overall. Also--new icon?
 


el-remmen

Moderator Emeritus
Has there been a survivor: gods thread before?

I don't know because I am new to these, but my guess is it'd have to be limited to Official Setting Gods (or versions of real-world gods as they exist in D&D settings) to avoid people crapping all over, for example, Hindu gods or whatever (even though they are present in different editions' Legends & Lore/Deities & Demi-Gods books)
 

Charlaquin

Goblin Queen (She/Her/Hers)
I don't know because I am new to these, but my guess is it'd have to be limited to Official Setting Gods (or versions of real-world gods as they exist in D&D settings) to avoid people crapping all over, for example, Hindu gods or whatever (even though they are present in different editions' Legends & Lore/Deities & Demi-Gods books)
Yeah, official setting gods would I think be the way to go.
 


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