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lawful evil (or neutral) dragons 
8th-Aug-2007 08:04 pm
boke1
what (if any) of the evil chromatic dragons are lawful? i'm drawing a blank. i know reds are chaotic. i think blacks and whites are too. can't remember for blues and greens. i'm thinking about nerd stuff while i'm at work and i don't have my nerd books with me.

ps. thanks for all the great feedback on my last post. i'll post an updated version of what it is i'm thinking of doing later.
Comments 
9th-Aug-2007 12:19 am (UTC)
You're pretty much on the nose. Red, black, and white are chaotic. Blue and green are lawful.
9th-Aug-2007 12:35 am (UTC)
Annnd Tiamat! D&D minis is my guide to all matters of stereotypical alignment.
9th-Aug-2007 01:31 am (UTC)
The core of d20 is open source and available at your fingertips.

http://www.d20srd.org/srd/monsters/dragonTrue.htm#chromaticDragons

9th-Aug-2007 02:04 am (UTC)
ah yeah... well i did say i was drawing a blank. guess there was more than one blank.
9th-Aug-2007 01:27 pm (UTC)
Green dragons are lawful in that whole "I am king of the forest! You broke my twigs! Now you shall suffer!" kind of way, like some kind of lawful evil druid turned nature's law enforcement.

Blue dragons are lawful in the "Why yes, I am bigger, more powerful, and quite capable of eating you and destroying everything you've ever known. More fanning, and bring me some grapes" kind of way. I think of them as the scaly reptilian sheiks of their domains.

Other lawful evil dragons: Mountain and Underdark Landwyrms (Draconomicon p. 172, 175), Pyroclastic dragon (same book, p. 182), Rust dragon (p. 186). It's probably best you don't ask why I brought my Draconomicon to work.
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