LOL... Young Froghemoth is eatin' grungs! Hehe.
Did you look at Monster Manual Expanded III. This has many more dragons - see the attachment.I do understand; however,...
You could have done this for dragons too. Instead making young adult and old red dragons you could have made:
or something similar. To me that would be much, much more interesting and useful. I'm not trying to beat you down, but instead inspire you. You've done great work here, but you didn't improve one of the pillars of the game and they really need it. I think you could really improve the dragons if you release yourself from the shackles of the MM design.
- Adult Red Dragon Tyrant
- Ancient Red Dragon Pyromancer
The problem is that anyone can do that. There is already a dragon for every CR from 2-24. The only difference the color makes is the elemental damage. If we want to keep the boring WotC design anyone can simple change the damage type and done!
I agree and that is why I suggested making variants of the existing age categories. I mean evening just using the spellcasting variant and making an actual stat block with spells would be an improvement IMO. But I think you could do better.
I already own MME3, it was the first one I purchased.Did you look at Monster Manual Expanded III. This has many more dragons - see the attachment.
Anyway if you want Dragons then Fizbans's Treasury of Dragons is the way to go.
Hey, Nix. I'd been waiting all this time to buy all three books, hoping to get the most up-to-date versions and originally hoping to get PoD versions.
BUT I could hold out no longer! I bought all three on PDF so I could start using them right away. Honestly, I kinda wish I'd done it a long time ago.
My question is: When you finish this update, will I have to buy it again to get the latest version? I think I used to know the answer to that question, but I've forgotten.