Tazmikella was a copper dragon who lived in the Bloodstone Lands.[3]

Appearance[edit | edit source]

Her human form was that of a rather ordinary looking, middle-aged[5] woman with once-strawberry-blond, mostly soft-gray hair, dressed in simple clothes. She was also known to take the form of a young blond female elf, but still kept her human name. She had wide shoulders and a smallish head.[6]

Personality[edit | edit source]

Tazmikella was considered friendly by her customers and neighboring merchants.[6] She hated wearing clothes and couldn't understand the need of humans to hide their natural forms. To her that showed a level of shame and modesty reflective of a race that couldn't elevate itself above its apparent limitations.[3]

History[edit | edit source]

By the 14th century DR, Tazmikella was centuries old. She had a sister, Ilnezhara, with whom she crawled from her egg in the great deserts of Calimshan.[3]

She and her sister were once approached by Zhengyi, the Witch-King, with the offer of immortality in lichdom if they served beside his conquering armies. The dragon sisters declined that offer.[7]

In 1368 DR, Tazmikella owned a shop at Wall's Around in Heliogabalus called Tazmikella's Bag of Silver.[6]

By 1484 DR, Tazmikella was posing as the human "Mickey," the owner of a curiosity shop called Mickey's Bag of Holding at Wall's Around in Helgabal.[2] That year, the drow Jarlaxle approached her and her sister, requesting them to help him in the events surrounding the Darkening and the involvement of several white dragons.[8]

During the Tyranny of Dragons, she was chosen as member of Protanther's council of metallic dragons to oppose the Cult of the Dragon and Tiamat.[9]

Abilities[edit | edit source]

In her dragon form, Tazmikella could blow a garlic-smelling breath that slowed those affected.[10] When in her human and elf forms, Tazmikella still retained her dragon strength, being capable of stopping a frost giant's warhammer many times her size as well as use it against it with ease, a feat that shocked many who bore witness.[5]

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