"Our Dragons Are Different."
No creature is so iconic to fantasy roleplaying as the dragon. The dragon is to fantasy Rpgs as the space ship is to science fiction, as the vampire is to horror, as the quick-draw stranger is to the western. There is a reason why its on the cover of the Pathfinder Roleplaying Game Core Rulebook. Only a dragon has that kind of impact, and they can again by making dragons more than just the sum of the color of their scales.
Within you will find the Metropolitan Dragon from the City of Brass, the Orichalcum Dragon who drowns whole civilizations beneath the waves, Shakudo Dragons who develop draconic martial arts, and many more evocative new takes on the ten standard true dragon types.
About the Author: Eric "Epic Meepo" Morton has been playing RPGs longer than he cares to admit, and writes novels in his spare time. His professional freelance credits include: "The Master Astrologer,"Dragon #340; "Psychic Boxing: Psions of the Orient,"Dragon #303; "Tag Team Terrors,"Dragon #288;"101 Wondrous Whereabouts,"Dragon #281;"101 Evil Schemes,"Dragon Annual #5; Out for Blood: A Guide to Vampires and those that Hunt Them, Bastion Press;