Talk:House Dragon (5e Race)

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This is a port of a larger document I have going for this species; notably, this page lacks the racial traits and items I've made. But anyways, let me copy over my parting words from that document:

I designed this class to highlight, not mitigate, the unique physiology of a feral, and how it would tie into being an adventurer. This produces a class with distinct drawbacks to use, but that I hope is very fun to play as despite, and perhaps because of, these physiological challenges.

Because of this, picking this race requires working closely with your DM. It hurts hard when you can’t get any loot you can use, and D&D isn’t exactly based around players not having arms. Know well what you’re doing to your DM when you pick this race.

But above all, have fun on four paws! I know I do!

--Iconmaster (talk) 20:13, 17 June 2020 (MDT)

Images and licenses[edit]

Hey, I just wanted to let you know why I replaced the image you uploaded with an external link. You are not allowed to upload images to the wiki that are under copyright unless you are the one who owns the copyright. You may use images that you do not own as long as you give credit to the copyright holder. --PJammaz (talk) 11:54, 18 June 2020 (MDT)

I own the image in question. I commissioned the artwork, and the artist has granted me rights to use it for non-commercial purposes. Is that not adequate for uploading purposes? --Iconmaster (talk)
That is allowed. You didn't choose a license or any indication that you had permission to use the image, so I assumed it was uploaded without permission. --PJammaz (talk) 12:12, 18 June 2020 (MDT)
Fair enough, then. I think I'll keep it this way, anyways; all the less the server has to host, right? --Iconmaster (talk)
Hosting isn't really an issue. There would be no problem having the picture uploaded here, but I'm not certain how to indicate that you have permission to use it. Another issue is that you wouldn't be able to prevent other users from using the image in whatever way they want. --PJammaz (talk) 12:50, 18 June 2020 (MDT)
All very good points. Thanks for looking out for me! --Iconmaster (talk)
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