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This issue is a mess. Please start with a similar discussion of the dragonwrought feat; many of the same arguments from there apply here. Core: no Monster Manual defines “true dragon” as just one of the Dragon-type creatures listed in the “Dragon, True” entry. Half-dragon isn’t there, so it isn’t one by the Core rules. Draconomicon: contentious ...


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Short Answer: Yes/No/Maybe (Depends on the books used) Reasoning: The M&M specifically states a list of true dragons, which does not include the half-dragon template. Therefore, according to the M&M, a half-dragon is not a true dragon. However, when we use the Draconomicon, it states that a true dragon has age-categories (which makes it a giant ...


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Half-Dragons are not True Dragons. Quoting the SRD The known varieties of true dragons (as opposed to other creatures that have the dragon type) fall into two broad categories: chromatic and metallic. The chromatic dragons are black, blue, green, red, and white; they are all evil and extremely fierce. The metallic dragons are brass, bronze, copper, ...



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