I found this PDF on Dragonborn ecology and was wondering, despite being dated from , if it’s still a good guide to how. I’ll accept that’s probably because the dragonborn are somehow inherently boring to me, though, rather than due to any flaw with the article. Dragonborn (also known as Strixiki in Draconic; or Vayemniri, “Ash-Marked Ones “, in Tymantheran draconic) were a race of “The Ecology of the Dragonborn”.
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Is the 4E Dragonborn Ecology info still relevant in 5E? I found this wizards. I’m still a newbie and was going to play a Dragonborn in my group’s upcoming online campaign.
I couldn’t find anything more recent so I just wanted to be sure. Unless 5e material contradicts it, there’s little reason it wouldn’t be usable. Especially if it’s just for a homebrew campaign. I couldn’t really find any material on this kind of stuff from 5E.
That 4E stuff I could through Google, and as far as I can tell can’t really be found directly on the Wizards site through navigation. SCAG has some info on Dragonborn, though it isn’t as in depth. You could probably find what wouldn’t work in the tge you linked using it though. Basically the race information is their entry in the PHB, not much else exists in 5e for them currently.
So on any given lore topic chances are there’s been nothing in 5e that updates or confirms or clarifies. The only thing with Dragonborn that’s changed ecoligy 5e is that abeir where the dragonborn originate and toril have begun re-separating, so they feel more alone ddragonborn have begun to focus inwards instead of outwards.
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