Replaces attacks: line; 20 acid damage; DC 15
Replaces attacks: cone; Slow [Gain Slow Attack (cannot attack and move on the same turn) and cannot make more than 1 attack per turn); DC 15)
This creature can fly over the battle grid instead of moving on the surface, landing at the end of its move. It isnt slowed by terrain features that normally slow movement, such as difficult terrain or statues. It must still fly around walls (which extend to the ceiling of the dungeon). It can move over pits but cannot end its movement on them. A flying creature is immune to Entangle effects. This creature can move and even charge through squares that other creatures occupy (though it cannot end its movement in a space occupied by another creature or in an illegal position). It ignores attacks of opportunity from enemies after the first square of movement during its turn. (It spends that first square taking off.)
The creature is not affected by Acid.
This creature ignores the effects of paralysis
This creature is immune to sleep effects
sight; Paralysis; Humanoids only; DC 14
range 6; radius 2; 5 sonic damage and Stun; DC 14 negates
Medium Copper Dragon
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Copper dragons are incorrigible pranksters, joke tellers, and riddlers. Most are good-natured but also have a covetous, miserly streak. Copper dragons like dry, rocky uplands and mountains. Copper dragons are determined hunters, considering good sport at least as important as the food. They are known to eat almost anything including metal ores. However, they prize monstrous scorpions and other large poisonous creatures (they say the venom sharpens their wit).Copper Dragons appreciate wit and don't usually harm creatures who can relate a joke, humorous story, or riddle they have not heard before. They quickly get annoyed with anyone who doesn't laugh at their jokes or accept their tricks with good humor. They like to taunt and annoy opponents into giving up or acting foolishly.
Reference: AD&D 3rd Edition Monster Manual I, Pg. 72