Uncommon LG Gargantuan Cold Dragon
Senses Perception +32; darkvision, fog vision, scent (imprecise) 60 feet
Languages Auran, Common, Draconic, Dwarven, Sylvan
Skills Acrobatics +27, Athletics +38, Diplomacy +34, Intimidation +37, Medicine +33, Religion +32, Society +30
Str +9, Dex +4, Con +5, Int +5, Wis +5, Cha +7
Fog Vision As young silver dragon.
AC 45; Fort +34, Ref +31, Will +34; +1 status to all saves vs. magic
HP 410; Immunities cold, paralyzed, sleep; Weaknesses fire 15
Frightful Presence (aura, emotion, fear, mental) 90 feet, DC 40
Cold Aura (cold, aura) 15 feet, 3d6 cold damage. The silver dragon can turn this aura on or off as a single action, which has the concentrate trait, and can choose not to affect allies within the aura.
Reflect Spell Trigger The silver dragon critically succeeds at a saving throw against a spell, or a caster trying to target the dragon critically fails their attack roll. Effect The spell is reflected back upon the caster, with the effect of spell turning.
Wing Deflection As young silver dragon.
Speed 60 feet, fly 180 feet; cloud walk
Melee jaws +37 (cold, magical, reach 20 feet), Damage 4d10+17 piercing plus 4d6 cold
Melee claw +37 (agile, magical, reach 15 feet), Damage 4d8+17 slashing
Melee tail +35 (magical, reach 25 feet), Damage 3d10+15 bludgeoning
Arcane Innate Spells DC 40; 1st detect alignment (evil only)
Divine Prepared Spells DC 40, attack +36; As adult silver dragon, plus 8rd discern location, divine decree, heal; 7th divine decree, energy aegis, plane shift; Cantrips (8th) detect magic, light, message, read aura, stabilize
Breath Weapon As young silver dragon, but a 50-foot cone, DC 42, the frost deals 20d6 cold damage, and the paralyzing gas makes the creature paralyzed for 1 round (or 3 rounds on a critical failure).
Cloud Walk As young silver dragon.
Draconic Frenzy As young silver dragon.
Draconic Momentum As young silver dragon.
Silver dragons are among the most chivalrous of all dragonkind; they wield frost and cold as weapons, can walk on clouds, and dwell high upon snowy mountain peaks or deep in steep, misty valleys. Although they typically make their lairs among the highlands, the pursuit of justice leads silver dragons to travel far and wide—often into the very heart of realms overrun by evil. These exemplars of righteousness are ceaseless in their determination to help the weak, spread honor, and stamp out evil.
Silver dragons are sleek and sinuous. Their hides resemble nothing so much as a suit of gleaming armor, lending further credence to the popular myth that silver dragons are the paladins of dragonkind. The zeal with which they seek out, confront, and defeat evil is unsurpassed even among their metallic cousins, and they adhere to strict codes of honor usually passed down from parent to hatchling. On occasion, they instead learn these codes from trusted mentors, usually other silver dragons or gold dragons. As they age, they become even more dedicated to their codes, often adding new and even more restrictive clauses to the systems that guide their behavior.
Silver dragons are incredibly altruistic and regularly consort with the citizens of goodly societies, of which they consider themselves protectors and guides.
In addition to responding to evil threats, silver dragons work to prevent evil from taking root in the first place, and they ensure mortals under their care are well fed, educated, and treated with dignity. Although silver dragons can seem overzealous or even eager to join the fight against evil, they know that the best way to rid the world of corruption is to stamp out strife and disillusionment at their source, not to passively sit back and watch it grow into an unsolvable problem. Silver dragons can be vindictive, but they can also be forgiving; for evildoers who seek to atone for their sins and turn over a new leaf, the support of a silver dragon is both unwavering and invaluable.
Many silver dragons are also drawn to religious endeavors, venerating deities such as Lady of Valor, The Healing Flame, and other deities concerned with justice, virtue, and redemption.