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Dragonborn

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Race Information

Cost: 1,295 DDOPointsIcon.png
Free to VIPs
Racial Enhancement Tree
Dragonborn Tree
Starting Ability Scores
STR: 10
DEX: 6
CON: 8
INT: 8
WIS: 8
CHA: 10
Feats
None
Overview
Born to fight, Dragonborn are a race of warriors and adventurers that hail from Argonessen. They have the unique ability to channel elements into a Breath Weapon attack.
Racial Past Life Increases
  1. +1 Spellcraft
  2. +1 Charisma
  3. +1 Racial Action Point
Racial Traits
Background

Born of dragons, as their name proclaims, the dragonborn walk proudly through a world that greets them with fearful incomprehension. Shaped by draconic gods or the dragons themselves, dragonborn originally hatched from dragon eggs as a unique race, combining the best attributes of dragons and humanoids. Some dragonborn are faithful servants to true dragons, others form the ranks of soldiers in great wars, and still others find themselves adrift, with no clear calling in life.

Dragonborn look very much like dragons standing erect in humanoid form, though they lack wings or a tail. The first dragonborn had scales of vibrant hues matching the colors of their dragon kin, but generations of interbreeding have created a more uniform appearance. Their small, fine scales are usually brass or bronze in color, sometimes ranging to scarlet, rust, gold, or copper-green. They are tall and strongly built, often standing close to 6½ feet tall and weighing 300 pounds or more. Their hands and feet are strong, talonlike claws with three fingers and a thumb on each hand.

The blood of a particular type of dragon runs very strong through some dragonborn clans. These dragonborn often boast scales that more closely match those of their dragon ancestor—bright red, green, blue, or white, lustrous black, or gleaming metallic gold, silver, brass, copper, or bronze.