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In this vital reference guide, learn everything there is to know about dragons, the most iconic of D&D monsters.

Fizban the Fabulous is a doddering archmage, unexpected battle hero, divine avatar of a dragon-god, and your guide to dragonkind's mysteries.

What makes a red dragon different from a gold dragon? What is dragonsight, and how does it work? What effect does a dragon's magic have on the world? This extensive resource offers Dungeon Masters a wealth of tools and information for creating dragon-themed encounters, adventures, and campaigns. Dragonslayers and dragon academics alike will appreciate its insights into the power of dragon magic, as well as the chances for players to build unique, memorable draconic characters.

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• Provides resources for Dungeon Masters to create dragon-themed adventures, including dragon lair maps and detailed information on 20 various varieties of dragons.
• Adds dragon-themed subclasses for monks and rangers, as well as distinctive draconic ancestries for dragonborn, new spell possibilities, and a feat to player characters.
• Provides a comprehensive dragon bestiary and presents a wide range of dragons and dragon-related entities, including dragon gods, dragon minions, and more.
• Tells the account of the creation and destruction of the First World, as well as the role of the dragon gods Bahamut and Tiamat.

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