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D&D 3.5e had at least one.1 In that edition, sorcerer spellcasting was a common feature on all “true” dragons,2 with only a couple of exceptions.3 Relevant to this question, one of those exceptions is the spellhoarding template, part of Dragon4 vol. 313’s series on “dragon psychoses.” Templates were a way that DMs could modify creatures in 3.5e, and ...


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D&D 5e: The groundwork is laid for the DM to do some worldbuilding. There is nothing in 5e material that says something to the effect of "this dragon learns spells like a wizard". But, you're the DM, you can build your world however you want. That said, there is one particular type of dragon the is the perfect candidate for this kind of design -...


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