Talk:Psi Dragons (3.5e Creature)
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This is a good idea. I think it would be better served as one or two distinct things:
1) A psionic template (called "phrenic" in the Expanded Psionics Handbook), but specifically for dragons. Since the phrenic template turns a dragon into a magical beast, reducing its hit dice from d12 to d8, this sounds like an idea.
2) A separate type of dragon altogether, maybe with a different name. Psycho-dragon, while incorrect and alluding to a dragon in women's clothing stabbing defenseless blonde humanoids filled with chocolate syrup, sounds cool enough. Psi-dragon also works.
--Gedren56 15:21, 15 July 2009 (MDT)
I wanted to make a dragon that used psionics instead of magic and one that didn't take more then 300 hundred years to be effective.
I intended for this dragon to be like Gem dragons.
February 19, 2012: Noticed mistake:
--Change Size: An Adult psionic dragon can change the size of there dragon form three steps, to a minimum of small and maximum of Gargantuan. --Conflicting information 1: Adult psionic dragons are Medium Size --Conflicting information 2: Small size is not three steps away from Medium size --Suggested Resolution: Change to: "Change Size: An Adult psionic dragon can change the size of there dragon form three steps, to a minimum of Diminutive and maximum of Gargantuan."