v Alchemical Dragon






Pisanello (1395–1455) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q311082
Français : Deux coques de navires portées l’une par un poisson, l’autre par un dragon
Date 15th century

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This ship is made of wood
and is usually crafted in the shape of a dragon. It is held aloft purely by
its alchemical engine, a complicated and dangerous device that has a tendency
to explode when the vehicle becomes wrecked.

If an alchemical dragon
crashes and the alchemical dragon has a driver, that driver can make a DC 30
driving check as an immediate action. If the check fails, the alchemical engine
explodes, dealing 10d10 points of fire damage to all objects and creatures within
a 60-foot radius of the alchemical engine. A DC 20 Reflex save halves the damage.

An alchemical dragon can
carry up to 20 tons of cargo or 70 passengers.

Colossal air vehicle

Squares 60 (20 ft. by 75 ft.); Cost 100,000 gp
AC 2; Hardness 5

hp 900 (449)

Base Save +0
Maximum Speed 100
ft.; Acceleration 30 ft.

CMB +8; CMD 18

Ramming Damage 8d8
Propulsion alchemical
(6 squares of alchemical engines in the middle of the ship; hardness 8,
hp 120)

Driving Check Craft (alchemy) or Knowledge (arcana) +10 to the DC

Forward Facing the ship’s forward

Driving Device steering wheel

Driving Space the nine squares around the steering wheel that sits at
the front of the ship

Crew 10

Decks 1

Weapons Up to 6 Large direct-fire siege engines in banks of 3 positioned
on the port and starboard sides of the alchemical dragon, or up to 4 Huge
direct-fire siege engines in banks of two on the port and starboard sides
of the ship. The siege engines may only fire out the sides of the ship
they are positioned on. They cannot be swiveled to fire toward the forward
or aft sides of the ship.

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