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For questions about breath weapons, which traditionally refer to a racial ability generally usable by dragons and related creatures such as dragonborn in Dungeons & Dragons. They usually deal damage based on some type of elemental energy associated with the dragon's type. Some spells or features may replicate these abilities.

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Dragons being able to breathe elements is an innate magical ability Dragons are inherently magical creatures, which is why their bodyparts are so sought-after for alchemy and magic item crafting. Bei …
answered Oct 18 by Theik
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Currently, not possible While it is difficult to prove a negative, the Dragonborn's Breath Weapon isn't a magical effect, so does not benefit from any feats that affect magic. There are feats that a …
answered Nov 6 '18 by Theik