Void Dragon (3.5e Template)
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 Void Dragon
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A dragon corrupted by the energies of the Void
A Void Dragon is a dragon that has been corrupted by the energies of the Void. While the Void itself is not evil, dragons possess a great amount of a variety of magic not present in the Void. When a Void Dragon emerges from a normal dragon, the effects of the forceful transformation of magical energies severely wounds the dragon's soul. Most dragons emerge insane and bloodthirsty.
 Creating a Void Dragon
"Void Dragon" is an acquired template that can be applied to any creature of the dragon type, referred to hereafter as the base creature.
 Size and Type
Size and type remain unchanged, but the creature gets the extraplanar subtype.
 Hit Dice
Hit dice are unchanged, but there is a 50% chance that the base creature loses three of any class levels they had prior to the transformation, determined randomly.
Speed is unchanged.
 Armor Class
The base creature loses one point of natural armor bonus.
Attacks are unchanged.
 Full Attack
The base creature's full attacks are unchanged.
 Special Attacks
The base creature's breath weapon, if it has one, deals +1d6 points of damage that had no specific type. In addition, one point of this damage is vile damage. All spell like abilities are treated as supernatural abilities (save DCs remain unchanged, however).
 Special Qualities
All spell like abilities are treated as supernatural abilities (save DCs remain unchanged, however). If a spell-like ability allows transformation to a humanoid form, however, it is replaced with one that allows transformation into a Shadow.
Abilities are unchanged.
Skills are unchanged.
Feats are unchanged.
 Challenge Rating
As base creature +1.
Void Dragons have no desire to keep hordes, and thus have no treause but what is left on the bodies of their victims.
Always Chaotic Evil.
Same as base creature.
 Level Adjustment
As base creature.
 Sane Void Dragons
About one in every thousand void dragons has a resilient enough soul to resist going insane. These Void Dragons keep their original alignment and continue to hoard treasure.