Meet Fizban the Fabulous: doddering archmage, unlikely hero of the War of the Lance, divine avatar of a dragon-god—and your guide to the mysteries of dragonkind in the worlds of Dungeons & Dragons.
What is the difference between a red dragon and a gold dragon? What is dragonsight? How does the magic that suffuses dragons impact the world around them? Here is your comprehensive guide to dragons, filled with the tips and tools Dungeon Masters and players need for their encounters with these dangerous magical creatures.Dragonslayers and dragon scholars alike will appreciate the new dragon-themed options for players eager to harness the power of dragon magic and create unique and memorable draconic characters. Dungeon Masters will discover a rich hoard of new tools and information for designing dragon-themed encounters, adventures, and campaigns. Discover a host of new dragons and other creatures. Learn about the lairs and hoards of each type of dragon, and how hoards focus the magic that suffuses dragons and connects them to the myriad worlds of the Material Plane. Discover everything there is to know about the most iconic monsters of D&D with help from Fizban, your expert advisor on dragonkind!
- Elegy for the First World
- Chapter 1: Character Creation
- Chapter 2: Dragon Magic
- Chapter 3: Dragons in Play
- Chapter 4: Lairs and Hoards
- Chapter 5: Draconomicon
- Chapter 6: Bestiary
- Aasterinian • Aremag • Ashardalon • Astilabor • Bleucorundum • Eldenser • Fizban • Galadaeros • Iymrith • Nathair Sgiathach • Raulothim • Saryndalaghlothtor • Tamarand
- amethyst dragon • black dragon • blue dragon • brass dragon • bronze dragon • copper dragon • crystal dragon • deep dragon • dracohydra • draconian • dragon turtle • dragonborn • dragonnel • elder brain dragon • emerald dragon • eyedrake • faerie dragon • gold dragon • green dragon • liondrake • moonstone dragon • red dragon • sapphire dragon • sea serpent • shadow dragon • silver dragon • topaz dragon • white dragon