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You Just Nerf Them Adventures do this all the time. Take the creature you want and then weaken it. This can be via templates like Young or Drunk as @Aaron suggests. It can also be done simply by wounding it or messing it up. Take as an example the feared Crag Linnorm. Well, in the Jade Regent AP there was this variant "wounded" crag linnorm with missing ...


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The Spice Jar from the Ferun setting is close to what you describe. It does however provide some bonuses aside from good tasting food. A Pathfinder solution could easily be created using Wonderous Items rules. With DM approval any item can be created. This item would likely be a continuous prestidigitation effect. Which by This Chart means it would cost ...


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Part of the core issue in an RPG is to maintain an illusion of the game world being real. Making a "real dragon" be something that your party of six level 3-4 characters can defeat has impact on the world game fiction. It means that a "real dragon" is only as dangerous as other things a party of six level 3-4 characters can defeat. Mechanically modifying ...


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Go with the 16 HP dragon In Dungeon World, a dragon has only 16 HP. This may actually be less than that of a really tough starting character. The dragon is still a terrifying creature, though, because it's hard to hurt, it can fly, breathe fire, and lay waste to the entire countryside. Keep in mind that Smaug, the most famous dragon in fiction who ...


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Psychology Handling a hostage crisis and Stockholme Syndrome of the NPCs. Perhaps, unless dealt with, the hostages intervene on behalf of their captors? Or, the PCs are the captors and must diffuse the stressful NPCs and keep them in line (or win them over). Don't just have them roll, have them explain exactly what they're doing and saying. Mitigating ...


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Pan of Spicing 2nd Edition, Dragon #73 A 9-inch, round iron pan with the runic "S" embossed on the handle. Any food fried in this pan is magically spiced to the cook's taste—quite a boon in areas where spice is scarce.



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