Your best bet would be a Dwarf Dragon (by that I mean a midget dragon, not a half-dragon dwarf, although they make great kobold hunters). But even then, due to the amount of inbreeding required to make one, they tend to be a bit unstable. I eventually had to put mine down for trying to mate with our halfling maid. God knows what abomination that would have created.
>>45300648 There are some things in life not worth skimping out on, pet dragons are definitely one of those things, you cut costs and next thing you know you have an angry moma dragon coming after you because it turns out the people you bought from were dealing in stolen goods.
Sapient dragons are illegal to keep as pets. Non-sapient species are really, really, really hard to tame. So, you'll need to find a druid or a ranger that has a fertile female and THEN get him to train you and/or your daughter and part with an egg. I'd say that pecuniary expense is the least significant of what you will need to endure.
>>45301708 That'll be extra. >>45301714 We're Chromatic so we don't give a shit about infidelity or bestiality. But we equally own all of our whelps and we have better plans for them than being spoiled by a princess.
>>45301906 I'd fuck any animal if the resulting half-dragons could be useful to me, mortal. I'd fuck his wife if he wanted a half-dragon son. If OP can afford it I'd give them a brood of half-dragons of any species, they just need enough gold. It's a lot easier for me to go around and sow my draconic seed because my wife is usually gestating another clutch of pure dragons. That's a lot of fucking mouths to feed, and if I can earn some extra gold by spawning some mutant bastards for some despot despot then fuck yeah!
>>45302112 No idea. Best to avoid testing, probably.
>>45302130 Truly. And generally a modest 200 gp to purchase. Of course, they are intelligent, and some people are all finicky about purchasing such creatures, but they're also small, portable, broadly-good and fond of cheese. Very easy to maintain.
>>45300512 This reminds me of a story >Playing D&D 3.5 >Party consisted of half-elf illusionist, dwarf barbarian, human cleric and a human necromancer >human necromancer is a nobleman who has a spoiled rotten daughter >went adventuring to find the perfect gift for her >fast forward into campaign >party has been hunting demons for a while >find Orcus's wand >party holds onto it despite all the bad shit that happens when you find it >keep it in glass case >eventually Orcus shows up demanding it back >apparently Torm had stripped Orcus of his power over the wand and the only way to restore it was if he had it back >Necromancer wants to make a deal with Orcus >everybody at the table starts flipping out, begging him to reconsider >he won't >says he will return Orcus's wand on one condition >he must serve his daughter and do whatever she says while not attempting to harm anyone or anything with either himself or his minions >the deal will expire when his daughter dies >he agrees >necromancer forgot to mention that his family has a transmuter that constantly keeps everyone young and prevents them from dying of old age >our faces when the next time we saw Orcus he was sitting in a small cart with a leash being pulled by a little girl
It was a Half-Dragon Warhorse. Having 4 intelligence, it qualified for "humanlike intelligence", and could speak. Unfortunately having 4 intelligence, it was as dumb as bricks.
He chose his name himself. It was DANGERHorse. DANGER was always emphasized. It is important to note that DANGERHorse didn't believe he was a horse, but he respected the spirit of the horse, and chose that animal to represent him like an animal totem.
He was played as a cross between Johnny Bravo, Joey Tribbiani, and Mister Ed, combined with the ability to breathe fire. Some of his brightest moments were when he chose to get "Spooked" in order to get out of an argument.
"No, you know what? I'm spooked now." "Wait no, don't-" "Neigh neigh, motherfucker." He then threw his rider and hid behind a bush in the woods.
>>45302468 >>45302540 There are worse things that can happen to your daughter besides being pregnant with a monster. >>45302664 Even a half-dragon can sometimes appear to be as noble as their pureblood parents. >>45302043 I detest kobolds, they might worship us as gods but they're so pathetic that I loathe their groveling, deserved though it may be. >>45302579 Fake and gay
>>45302910 What execution? I just outlined an isolated event. DANGERHorse acted as a functional, overtrusting member of his group with a quick temper and very poor wit. Or are you talking about the name?
Because if you're telling me that DANGERHorse isn't the tightest PC name ever, then you can just get right out of my face with that drek.
>>45303424 Sleeping poisons, or anaesthetics of any considerable power should usually be administered by weight, too much of an anaesthetic can and will lead to seizures and also coma. If you're saying >>45302462 is right without also being able to concede >>45303043 then you're not ruling by reality. It's the GM's right to be able to change the rules based on a greater understanding of the effects an action would have than what the rules mention. If you're of the strict "Go by the rules" camp, then you should stick to that exclusively.
>>45300512 You can get them cheap if you dare to strike a deal with mommy-dragon herself. They are fairly reasonable about exchanging their troublesome whelps for gold.
Metallic dragons are more expensive, but overall better for obvious reasons. Chromatic dragons come cheap but they are a real chore. Silver might be your best bet, you have a good chance to get a discount with your "my daughter wants a dragon companion" story.
>>45303921 >Incorporating elements which require willing suspension of disbelief means you do not need to incorporate any believable elements. Please hand over your Dungeon Master guides and never return here again.
>>45300512 Sir, you need only travel to a town along the southern coasr, called Pebriv. About six years ago some bunch of so called adventurers sank or blew up an island off the coast. Or sent it to another plane, I can't remember. But that isle was one end of the migration route for the annually local "Fitzbang's Drake" population. Size of a small dog and slightly smarter, males are purple with an oily "rainbow" sheen to the scales. Females are sandy yellow. Now that their nesting island is gone the whole lot of them decided that an extra four miles to Pebriv was fine, but the townsfolk disagree. The drakes nest in homes, steal food and occasionally eat geese and chickens. Last year the town released a book of recipes using drakes they want them gone so badly. Can probably take your choice and walk off with it for free.
>>45303870 That depends on whether you get a sapient creature or not. Those of sufficient intelligence have the same rights as any such being. Of course, rather than a pet you would have something closer to an employee or an adoption depending on what creature and what arrangement.
>>45300512 Dragon breeder here, the cost would depend greatly on what species of dragon you're looking to buy and what you would like in terms of care. Wyverns (a personal favorite of mine, pic related is my male breeder) and Wurms tend to be the cheapest since wyverns are the smallest and easiest to care for, and wurms, while big as all hell, are slow, dumb as rocks, and extremely easy to breed, typically to be used as beasts of burden. Both can be acquired for a few thousand gold pieces. Drakes are a bit closer to your "true" dragons, being bigger than wyverns, yet still smaller than dragon-dragons and worms. They're also smarter and a bit more versatile too. Where as a wyvern is only about as smart as a varanid and only has venom, Drakes are about as intelligent as an adolescent human, but lack the ability to truly "speak", only learn the meaning of and parrot some words. Drakes come with a myriad of breath attacks that can be guessed through the color of their hides. Unfortunately drakes also happen to be one of the more possessive species out there, and tend to steal whatever strikes their fancy, and are extremely aggressive about protecting what they believe is theirs. Not exactly a good choice for a kid unless you can break the selfish streak quick or convince it that you and your daughter are not threats to its "hoard". Drakes vary in price based on color, the rarest colors being a few hundred thousand gold. (cont.)
>>45307477 I'll skip past the sea dragons since they're strictly a "look but don't touch" sort of pet and get straight to the true dragons. True dragons come in two categories: The long, snake like, easterns, and the infamous, traditional, western. Both of these dragons are large (though still smaller than the wurm), come with the widest range of color schemes, and are as smart, if not smarter than an adult human being. They both are also capable of true speech, meaning your daughter can carry a full blown conversation with one if she has the patience to teach it how. Like drakes they have breath attacks that are guessed through coloration, but they are also naturally magically inclined, and are capable of using spells with ease if taught. Given your daughter's desire for a "rainbow" dragon, i'd suggest going for an eastern, since they're hides naturally sport multiple colors without having to shell out big bucks for them. Eastern dragons are also the more placid of the two and much less likely to try and kill you if they mistake your daughter as a princess for their hoard. Both "true" dragons have the price tag to match their magnificence, costing at least a few million gold for either one.
>>45300512 It'll be cute and fun at first. Five years time it's doing better at its schooling than she is, and it's the size of a hunting hound. In ten years it's writing books that make your scholars go weak at the knees and your guardsmen say it's been eyeing up your finest mares in the stables (and it's bigger than your stallion, both senses). In twenty years, she'll be old enough to take the throne (though I hope you still hold it, your grace) and the accursed thing is a close court advisor. In fifty years, it'll have the next monarch around it's littlest claw, which will be as long as your forearm. In a hundred years we'll be a vassal state, safe from outside armies, for we are already conquered. From small acorns do mighty oaks grow, your grace.
>>45322380 >tfw try and present morally gray situation like this to my players >dragon is cruel and domineering, but not psychopathic >rules ruthlessly and punishes rebellion, but not necessarily moreso than the nobles who ruled beforehand >doesn't allow the council of nobles to advise it >doesn't get caught up in (or tolerate) their usual petty squabbling >of course, if it gets worse later, it'll be much more powerful, much harder to slay >but if it doesn't, it provides security, stability, and protection from outside assailants >not enough information, PCs have time and opportunity to meet nobles and dragon, get a feel for both of them >no right or wrong answers; can side with either, paladin won't fall for either choice as long as they have reasons
>pcs kill dragon becuase DRAGON BAD HAET there was no wrong answer and they still fucked it up
>>45323423 >No wrong answer >They still fuck it up
This makes no sense anon. It sounds like you're being a butthurt little bitch because the PCs took the obvious route for a band of PCs. A cruel human leader can be overturned in time with a proper rebellion or will simply die of old age and be replaced. Not to mention that humans that operate using a council can be betrayed through the orchestration of a coup. Dragons are often set up to be immortal in most settings, or will at the very least get old as fuck, and are much harder to dethrone since they're basically living armies on their own. And without a council to corrupt to help overturn the current rule, you left know room for the party to go about things the political intrigue way. It was either kill the dragon and fuck off for the next adventure, kill the dragon and help set up a new system, or leave the dragon and do nothing. Which of these honestly sounds like it'd be the most fun?
>>45323423 The heck is a dragon doing in that sort of position, without proper support? If they had done it right...they'd have had a sizable portion of the city in their pocket either out of fear, or genuine adoration. Also, a cadre of non-faceless guards/protectors ready to die for it to put moral pressure on the PCs, along with threats of high treason.
>>45326387 >>45326433 Pretty sure the guy was saying he'd have been happy if that were the reasoning they put behind their choice, but they didn't even bother to think it through that much. They just went straight to "dragons iz bad, kill dragon".
>>45326387 The alternative was to get in the dragon's metaphorical pocket and live it large as high ranking henchmen for the ruler. Titles like 'knight' and 'duke'. Landed ones. Deal with the odd scheme, rival dragon, or intrigue a dragon can't solve through pure fear and presence.
>>45329672 I wasn't storytiming, m8. It got truncated to fit in a few lines of greentext, whaddaya want from me?
Tiny cat sized dragon on the outside Big enough on the inside to swallow damn near anything whole Has a long sticky tongue instead of a breathweapon Is willing to act as a living bag of holding if it can keep some of the profits Is big enough on the inside to act as a hidden demiplane large enough for a town to fit inside it if adventurers bother to ask Also willing to indulge in any adventurer's vore or unbirth fetishes, provided they understand it's not obligated to let them back out
>>45337694 I don't think its tongue is sticky, just that it's surprisingly strong for its width. It still needs to coil around its prey, but if you don't have something that can seriously harm the dragon's tongue, you're pretty much fucked if you give it time enough to get it around you. I should write a thing about a hammerspace dragon's unwilling prey. It seems an interesting idea.
>>45337732 >I don't think its tongue is sticky, just that it's surprisingly strong for its width. It still needs to coil around its prey, but if you don't have something that can seriously harm the dragon's tongue, you're pretty much fucked if you give it time enough to get it around you. I guess it never was mentioned, but I sorta assumed long sticky tongue if a tongue attack was going to be it's replacement for a breath weapon
>I should write a thing about a hammerspace dragon's unwilling prey. It seems an interesting idea. Do it Especially if the hammerspace dragon has a bit of fun playing it's prey for a bit, tongueplay is hot
>>45337781 >There's more than one way to read that sentence. And all of them are true
>>45338553 >it had been a week since your adoptive daughter and her dragon vanished >you now know where the dragon is >you sincerely hope you don't know where your daughter is >you heft the sword, staring down into the darkness of your cellar >for any other pest, you would have used a broom >but for a dragon, a sword feels better >plus, it can't eat a sharp sword, at least not without messing itself up inside >you carry a torch out in front of you to light the way as you descend >sweeping your gaze back and forth, it seems that the little dragon is hiding >a sheet of paper you don't recognize is sitting out on a table, with scratchy writing scrawled across it >cautiously, you set the torch down on a nearby metal shelf and pick up the paper to read >"Hello, father. I hope you find this note in short time." >you glare at the paper >it's an unfamiliar script, as though the dragon didn’t think you would notice >although it is curious that it learned to write >"Don't worry about us, we're perfectly fine and will be back in just over a week." >lies and damned lies >"In the meantime, here's a couple of facts about dragons that you might find useful." >"Because of size, most prefer ambushes to avoid direct conflict." >the last line is written much smaller than the rest >as you bring the paper closer to read the tiny writing, you feel your arms press against something thin and wet >fear flickers through your mind, and a moment later, the dragon’s tongue tightens fiercely around your chest and arms >"We're also excellent at effective traps. Sincerely, 'that damnable hellbeast'" >you go to raise your sword and cut yourself free >the tongue yanks you backwards, pulling you off-balance >instinctively, you drop the sword and reach out to try to grab something >nothing but air
>>45339732 >you flail your legs around, trying to shake the offending tongue away >unfortunately, that only ends in bruised legs from kicking the sturdy shelves, and your dick more quickly waking up to the attention >the small bit of warmth from its mouth seems to grow larger, stretching over your head >as your head is pulled into the dragon, you grope around with your hands in front of you, grabbing at the tongue >as his mouth surrounds everything above your own mouth, soaking your head in his drool, you manage to force the thin coils part-way off your cock >immediately, it forces itself back down, conforming to every sensitive spot it can find >you take a sharp gasp from the sudden pleasure just before the dragon's first gulp pulls the rest of your head inside >as you fumble around with the slippery tongue more, the dragon gradually claims your shoulders and starts down your arms >it begins to tease you, timing its tongue's strokes with each pulsing swallow >just as the top half of your arms are pulled into its gluttonous throat, you manage to completely free your twitching cock from the tongue >the dragon turns its focus to looping its tongue around your legs, forcing them together even as you kick with all your strength >the stale air of the cellar feels cold against your drool-soaked member >you find yourself almost wishing it hadn't done that >the dragon swallows again and exhales a hot breath over your member >has to have done that on purpose >somehow, it manages to grab the tip of your cock with its next mouthful >and presses its jaws together lightly, squeezing your shaft between the roof of its mouth and your own belly
>>45341207 >it gently "chews" on your cock a few times as you thrash around, half in pleasure and half in panic >then, the dragon swallows again >powerful ripples of muscle work their way over your body, methodically squeezing you deeper >you desperately want to be free of this dragon >but your body has other ideas >unconsciously, you begin to hump against the dragon's gullet, trying to reach that last bit of pleasure >you hardly notice the warm feeling spread down over the rest of your body as you're finally fully consumed >after a while of blissful thrusting, you reach your limit >your mind goes blank with pleasure as you shoot out your load, spurting cum against yourself in the deep darkness of the tiny dragon's throat >the next thing you know, you're curled up in a small, close chamber >as your orgasmic high fades away, you remember where you are >and what tends to happen to things in there >with renewed effort, you punch, kick, and throw yourself against the stomach walls >nothing seems to work, but at the very least, you'll make your killer uncomfortable in your last moments >a few hours later, a small, somewhat damp girl in a dress is standing with her arms crossed, staring at a dragon >"C'mon, Selka, spit him out. It's not nice to eat people for longer than they want to be in your belly." >"But Deidre, he feels so wonderful kicking around in there! My food rarely has such endurance!" >the girl shakes her head and tries to cross her arms harder >"There really is no reasoning with you, is there? Fine, then, after you get a bath, okay? It's all dusty down here and I'm sure you're just covered in it after this past week." >"Only if you leave me be for a few afterwards. You know I'm shy about letting people back out. It's not normal for a dragoness like me." >smiling, the girl turns and heads up the cellar stairs http://pastebin.com/KVws0MSz
>>45342384 >http://pastebin.com/KVws0MSz Another nice one, thanks
Figured the girl was safe pretty early on but that wasn't an issue Prey that only thinks it's in danger is always hot Especially when the pred makes sure to make it enjoy being eaten and keeps it in there for a while
>>45342742 >it's not the side of it you'd think >the dragon is very good at magic I still find that talk of a tiny dragon with a vore fetish from the other day hilarious and hot
A "toy" dragon with a giantess and vore fetish sounds like a fun combo actually
>Also, I finished that CV thing if anyone's interested. http://pastebin.com/gw9xViEW Just read the incomplete version the other night, will check it out
>>45331875 Dragon fetish threads tend to include most of the non-fetish posts that make up the normal threads anyway, so fetish threads are fetish+nonfetish posts whereas nonfetish threads are only half that
Dragons play a pretty big part in the modern-day fantasy sitcom I'm writing. They're about the size of a golf cart and participate in everyday society, even though they're one of the more rare races. New York is crawling with them, of course, due to its financial markets.
One of the major plot points of the show (or, at least, one of the major plot points of the world) is the history of the dragon race. Basically, they used to be much closer to the stereotypical dragons—large, ancient, extremely powerful, and domineering over all they saw. Then one fucked with Merlin, the greatest wizard to ever live, and he cursed or blessed, depending on how you look at it them by making them closer to the other races. This means that dragons still occupy a pretty weird place in society, since many still resent them, and a fair amount of dragon political leaders still think they deserve to be on top.
>>45356855 I mean, a dog can rip a child's throat out too. So could a bird of prey, and falconing was a traditional noble passtime. I don't see how a soporific stinger (on an intelligent, Always Neutral Good creature no less) is going to be a problem, let alone a worse one.
>Want to continue to write that "Dragon in my dorm what do" story >Have a shitload of other things to do, including writing something else that's fantasy related and heavily involves a dragon >Still really fucking like the twist I came up with for that
I think I might just have to file that away in my story ideas folder and come back to it.
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