White Dragon (Adult) Creature 10

CE Large Cold Dragon

Senses Perception +20; darkvision, scent (imprecise) 60 feet, snow vision

Languages Common, Draconic

Skills Acrobatics +16, Arcana +15, Athletics +23, Intimidation +19, Stealth +18

Str +7, Dex +2, Con +5, Int +1, Wis +2, Cha +1

Snow Vision As young white dragon.

AC 29; Fort +22, Ref +19, Will +17; +1 status to all saves vs. magic

HP 215; Immunities cold, paralyzed, sleep; Weaknesses fire 10

Dragon Chill (arcane, aura, cold, evocation); 5 feet, 2d6 cold damage (DC 27 basic Reflex)

Frightful Presence (aura, emotion, fear, mental) 90 feet, DC 27

Freezing Blood (arcane, cold); As young white dragon, but 2d6 cold damage.

Speed 30 feet, fly 120 feet; ice climb 30 feet

Melee jaws +23 (cold, magical, reach 10 feet), Damage 2d10+13 piercing plus 2d6 cold

Melee claw +23 (agile, magical), Damage 2d8+13 slashing

Melee tail +22 (magical, reach 15 feet), Damage 2d6+11 bludgeoning

Arcane Innate Spells DC 27; 2nd obscuring mist (at will); 1st gust of wind (at will)

Breath Weapon (arcane, cold, evocation); The dragon breathes a cloud of frost that deals 11d6 cold damage in a 40-foot cone (DC 29 basic Reflex save). It can't use Breath Weapon again for 1d4 rounds.

Draconic Frenzy As young white dragon.

Draconic Momentum As young white dragon.

Ground Slam As young white dragon, but DC 29 and 3d6 bludgeoning damage.

Ice Climb As young white dragon.

Shape Ice (arcane, transmutation, water) As young white dragon.


The most feral and least intelligent of all the chromatic dragons, white dragons are brutish, predatory, and chiefly motivated by self-preservation. Nearly all other dragons look down on white dragons as hopelessly hotheaded and dull, though this does not make them any less dangerous—in fact, it may mean the opposite. It's nearly impossible to treat with white dragons, not because they lack the capacity to do so, but because they just don't care to. They are as difficult to deal with as they are quick to anger, and they become incensed at almost anything. When a white dragon does speak, it spews threats, inane jokes, and incoherent babbling as a prelude to attacking—and when the attack comes, it's bloody and relentless.

Thankfully, white dragons prefer very cold, remote locations that are far from people. Dwelling on glacial mountaintops or in ice caverns beneath forbidding tundra, they treat the lands around them as their own personal hunting grounds.

They fly out to feed or terrorize other creatures, especially those who trespass near the dragon's territory, then bring any treasure back to be displayed in icy niches in their lairs. They collect all kinds of valuables, with a slight preference for items with high utility—such as tools, trade goods, and fine food—over coins or jewels. The ability to shape ice lets white dragons rearrange their lairs exactly to their specifications, and they take great pride in how they've decorated their homes over the years.