Snow Dragon


The Snow Dragon is one of the largest predators of Arth and they are always hungry since unlike related species in warmer climes, they continually burn energy to stay warm. In Snowdragons, the scales have become like hard bony plates, which are usually warm or even hot to the touch. The bone plates are dark in colour often black, and between them, long staggly white hair curls. This breaks up their outline, so lying in the snow, they are often mistaken for a pile of rocks. Snow dragons are not overly fast so usually lair in broken craggy country where they can stalk or ambush their prey. They are surprisingly stealthy for such a large animal.

STR

50

+40

DEX

14

+12

CON

30

+40

BOD

25

+22

INT

3

-7

EGO

6

-8

PRE

20

+10

COM

1

-5

PD

10

ED

6

SPD

3

+6

REC

9

+6

END

60

STUN

65

+10

Total

126

OCV

5 (±4)

DCV

3 (±4)

ECV

2

POWERS

30

20 points of growth, always on

20

10 PD/ED armour, act 14- (not on belly)

37

Flaming breath 4d6 RKA area affect (cone), unranged, 3 uses, requires water to recharge (-1/2)

80

3d6+1 HKA, reduced penetration. (2 x 3d6+1 HKA with strength) with +1 stun multiplier on whole attack (Teeth and Claws)

20

+4 to HTH combat

30

25 % damage reduction - all attacks

3

Life support: safe environment (cold)

3

Stealth (12-)

143

Total powers and skills

269

Total Creature cost

NOTES

+2 PER roll to see, -4 KNB, can reach 2 hexes.

50 +

DISADVANTAGES

15

Physical limitation - no fine manipulation

25

Distinctive features - Predator (not concealable, extreme reaction)

10

Hunted 8- (by brave adventurers only!)

169

Stalker of the heights bonus