Mind Weave Dragons are greedy and weak-willed. They are however very powerful, growing only mightier with age until they plateau at around 20,000 years old and between 1,600 and 2,000 feet long. Colored dragons are aggressive with lots of offensive power. Metallic dragons are passive and with defensive abilities.
The general dragon post describes Mind Weave dragons in general, including how to interpret dragon characteristics defined below.
Silver Dragon (Spirit Dragon)
Health: 8d6 per 10 feet + 48
Spell Points: 8 SP per foot, recovery 8+1 per foot SP per hour.
Claws: 1d4+1d4 per 20 feet, 2 front claws, 1 Speed
Teeth: 1d6+1d6 per 30 feet, 1 Speed
Tail: ¼ of Length, 1d4+1d4 per 10 feet, 1/2 Speed
Breath Weapon: Demoralizing Breath, 15 to 30 degrees with 1d4 degree error, 2d6 fatigue per 10 feet, 1d4 Will damage per 20 feet (see Tome of Vigor and Vulnerability).
Wing Winds: 2d6*10mph+1d6*10mph per 100 feet
Armor: 12 8 24
Magic Resistance: 12
Land Speed: 28+1 per 20 feet
Flight Acceleration: 8+1 per 200 feet
Flight Top Speed: 60+1 per 25 feet
Special: Cerebral Maze +1 per 100 feet, Deleriate I +1 per 100 feet, Fortress of the Mind I +1 per 20 feet, Mental Duel +1 per 50, One Mind I +1 per 50 feet, Read Mind 1 +1 per 50 feet, Sense Intent I +1 per 20 feet, Sense Consciousness I +1 per 50 feet, Telepathy I +1 per 20 feet, 10 Intelligence +1 per 50 feet, 10 Wisdom +1 per 20 feet, 14 Charisma +1 per 100 feet.
Description: Silver Dragons are among the most respected and consulted of dragons, both by other dragons and by other creatures, when they can overcome their fear enough to approach one. They are much more social than other dragons, often living in groups in order to benefit from their coordination in their defense. While they keep some treasure, they mostly delight in mental contests amongst themselves and are happy to accept visiting challengers.
Silver Dragons mostly keep to themselves, rarely attacking villages or ravaging settlements. They don’t do well in combat against large groups anyway, and they would much rather gather their treasure hoard by accepting tokens in exchange for their wisdom. They will try to live near wealthy nations where they are consulted often; in the best case an elderly silver dragon will receive the frequent patronage of a king or emperor.
Silver Dragons learn any language they are in contact with for more than a year, but they don’t really have to. By using telepathy they can communicate with people whose language they do not speak.
As a player, would you consult a Silver Dragon? How would you fight one or a group of them? As a GM, would you make this kind of source of information accessible? Comment below and share your thoughts.