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By the rules Dragonborn have the dragonblood subtype, which is defined as Dragonblood Subtype If a race possesses the dragonblood subtype, it has a strong affinity to dragons—which means that spells, effects, powers, and abilities that affect or target dragons also affect it. The subtype qualifies a creature to use magic items normally only usable by ...


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Might be a bit late to respond, but there is actually a section of the DMG that deals with the subject, but it’s only a couple pages so it’s easy to miss. It’s on pages 174-176 of the 3.5e DMG. It’s mainly on modifying character classes but can easily be used to make a new one. Here’s some of the highlights: Always have a concept with strengths and ...


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