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Dragon # (4e) - Contents: 3 KING OF THE MONSTERS by Stan!It's the end of the world as we know it Watermarked PDF. $ Contents. Dragon Magazine - pdf, , MB. Dragon Magazine - pdf, , MB. Dragon Magazine - pdf. Dragon magazine Basic Information Publisher Wizards of the Coast Editor Dragon issue was released in PDF format only in December of
Now I am much too old. I have learned many things. And so I impart this warning to you: Accept the inevitable when the Great Beast returns for the last time.
No fewer than a dozen sages I spoke with ascribed the tarrasques existence to fell rituals and the dark, miscast magics of mortal wizards. Such claims are vague, lazy hand-waving of dubious scholarship. To understand the origin of the tarrasque, one must look higher and deeperinto the enmity between the gods and primordials, which began with the Dawn War. It was in the hoard of Arvvestrix the Black, a wyrm of singular notoriety, that I found a rare book. The writing was in the Supernal script, the language of astral and divine beings, and the author spoke knowingly, seemingly at first hand, about the Dawn War.
Now, I have read many texts about that mythic conflict in the Age Before Ages, but most of them are contradictory and slanderousthe propaganda of one faith or another. This tome, however, was different, and from its pages came the foundation of my quest for answers.
The world began with the primordials, elemental beings of godlike power, whose works were violent and ever-changing.
When the gods arrived and shaped the churning chaos into a hospitable, stable world where new beings could live and thrive, the primordials were outraged and sought to tear the gods work apart. So began the Dawn War, a struggle so long and vast that no mortal can truly grasp its scope. The primordials could not conceive of defeat.
Foolishly, they fought against one another as often as against the gods and the angelic armies of their enemies. Though the gods were outnumbered, they worked in concert and with ordered determination. The Dawn War finally ended with the defeat of the primordials. Most were slain, imprisoned, or forced into dormancy so they could no longer threaten the stability of the world. During the struggle, some primordials were more prudent than most. These forward-thinking entities temporarily set aside their differences with one another for the sake of survival.
The most powerful were the self-styled Elemental Princes, called by some the archomentals, who formed an alliance. Together they sought to unleash a being known as the Elder Elemental Eye, who they believed was the first and most powerful of their kind. The gods ultimately foiled their plans; the Eye remained in its divine prison, and the archomentals retreated into the depths of the Elemental Chaos to thwart their enemiesbut before they fled, they hatched a plan to birth the most terrible monster the world has ever seen.
All wars beget new weapons. Conflict is the father of invention, after all. In the midst of its cosmic strife, the Dawn War propagated many abominations living weapons used by both sides, some of which still lurk in forgotten or familiar places. Atropals, astral stalkers, phanes. The tarrasque was the last and unquestionably the most powerful of these new weapons of war. Before their exile, the archomentals wrought one final act of spite.
Combining their talents, they fashioned in secret an abomination of unquenchable hunger.
Imix the Fire Lord infused the tarrasque with burning internal heat and murderous energy. There is evidence that at least two Elemental Princes did not survive this creation processa force of acid and a creature of bone and bladebut their names have been lost.
The archomentals then seeded the newborn tarrasque into the still-young natural world, leaving it to incubate for centuries in the elemental core.
One day, it would awaken, once more to unleash the primordials wrath and tear apart the works of the gods.
The primordials intended that their volatile pet would be a being so mighty, so intelligently malicious, that it would pluck dragons from the sky and summon exarchs from the heavens to feast upon.
The fruit is a rich orange-red and it grows darker if given a taste of blood. You can put your own blood in it storing hit dice.
Within 12 hours, whoever eats the fruit gains hit points. Fey Cherries: These grant protetion from evil to those who consume them. Once picked, it retains its property for a single day. The spell gentle repose can lengthen this. Fey cherry trees only create cherries once every decade, making these quite rare. A healthy sapling sells for 3, gold. When blended into food, it can keep a meal hot for d4 days. Stone Cheese: This appears to be a yellow disc 2 inches in diameter.
When placed in boiling water for half a hour, the cheese swells to 14 inches in diameter and 5 inches thick.
It tastes like sharp cheddar and is fresh for one week. Everloaf: An enchanted loaf of bread. It always remains fresh. If half of the loaf is intact and the other half is eaten, it regenerates the missing bread in one hour. If you pour a liquid through a slice, the bread will detect poison by turning black.
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