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Happy Wednesday, Friends! Today’s #worldbuildingwednesday is going to deviate from my normal “history and lore” and focus on the “how to” of deploying a creature of this magnitude. Although it isn’t necessary, I think that having a creature like this is important for your world. It allows the players to have an amazing NPC that the party can interact with and learn more about your world through this character. If you’re wanting to create a gold dragon, there are several ways to incorporate a gold dragon into your world. You can base them off of your favorite books, movies, or past games. —
I was inspired by some of the D&D lore and made some adaptations to it. In my home-brew world, the ancient gold dragon is the “King/Queen” of Justice. They are the eldest metallic dragon and leader of the “Council of Five Scales”. They meet to discuss matters entailing all of metallic-dragon kind. For example, if one of the dragons acted “out of line”, the council would meet to discuss any type of punishment or action. Having an NPC of this power really gives your world a HUGE boost. You essentially create an NPC that can interact with the players as the historian of your world; it would make sense since they love recording the history of the world they live in.
With that being said, when writing in a gold dragon into you world, it really boils down to one thing which is to emphasize their intelligence and their desire to “do good” in the world. However, this can either be aligned with the party’s intentions or against it. You can essentially have a powerful ally or enemy, depending on how the party role-plays it. You can deploy this in 3 specific points: 1) Tier 1 in which they meet this person “off the bat” and they receive their “mission” from the gold dragon, 2) Tier 3 where the party is seeking allies to fight the main villain of the campaign, or 3) at the end of Tier 4 where the gold dragon (who was in their humanoid form) reveals their true identity to the party. Obviously, this has to coincide with your story, but those are the three easiest points to introduce a gold dragon. Let me know what you think in the comments below. Keep Gaming! *I do not own this image*
Okay, but seriously. We’re so old school over here and are either playing our Super Nintendo or @nintendo WII U.
Thinking about finally upgrading our systems. Should we stick with Nintendo and get a switch or go with an @xbox ?