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D&D Sunday morning quiz – Red Dragons!

Written by Expy - Published on August 24, 2008

DNDSMQ August 24, 2008 : D&D Sunday Morning Quiz – Red Dragons

Dare I say it? The 4th edition red dragon is even more awesome than it was before. Have you studied your redragonology lately? We’ll see…

All answers from the D&D 4th edition Monster Manual

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What’s the preferred lair location of red dragons?

  • High on a mountainside
  • Deep underground
  • Swamps of marshes
  • Close to the grocery store (a small village will do)

How many toes does a red dragon have on each foot?

  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 5

What is a common tactic of red dragons engaging in combat?

  • Fly up, unleash breath weapon, double claw attack
  • Frighten enemies, watch them flee
  • Charge!
  • Revel in own awesomeness, pwn noob

Red dragons are known to ally with these monsters:

  • Orcs
  • Rakshasa
  • Githyanki
  • DMs

Which one of these monsters is known to serve red dragons?

  • Salamander
  • Fire Giant
  • Gelatinous cube
  • Anything cuddly

How big is an ancient red dragon?

  • Huge
  • Colossal
  • Gargantuan
  • Nobody’s lived to tell the tale.

What’s the typical alignment of a red dragon?

  • Good
  • Unaligned
  • Evil
  • Chaotic Evil

Most red dragons speak 2 languages:

  • Draconic and Primordial
  • Draconic and Common
  • Draconic and Awesome
  • Draconic and French

How many hit points does an ancient red dragon have?

  • About 1,000
  • About 1,200
  • About 1,400
  • About 1,600

Hypothetical question: how many XP is an ancient red dragon worth if slain?

  • 65,000
  • 75,000
  • 85,000
  • 95,000

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10 Responses to “D&D Sunday morning quiz – Red Dragons!”
  1. Yax says:

    Note: Next week you should see the correct anwers when you submit your answers. The code is almost ready. I just couldn’t quite get rid of a minor bug – minor as in “everything crashes”.

  2. Questing GM says:

    Red dragons really have 3 toes ?!

  3. My favorite thing with one of my software programs at my old job was that they’d say it’s a “known error”. Basically, “we know about it and have no plans to fix it, so just deal, ok?”

  4. Yax says:

    I looked at the picture in the Monster Manual and only saw three toes. I guess it’s debatable. The asian dragons have 3, 4, or 5 – 5 being a symbol of the emperor or something like that. Maybe it’s the same for D&D dragons…

  5. StingRay says:

    Ouch. 20%. That’s what I get for not picking up the Monster Manual yet.

  6. Yax says:

    Yep. 20% hurts. The good thing about not picking up the books as they came out is that you’ll get the errata in there when you buy them.

  7. Joey says:

    Your score: 90%

    Impressive! You know almost everything about red dragons. You’re on fire!

    well, I” have to wait till next week to see what I got wrong

  8. Labareda says:

    I don’t care what the book says, Red Dragons invented the language of Awesome.

    whitedragons tried to spell it with an O and call it a new langauge but none was fooled.

  9. Water Catcher says:

    Never encountered a red Dragon in combat, that must be the reason ’cause none of my pcs died…
    Anyway, I can do better than this!

  10. amit says:

    i got 50% precent and i’m sure my parents still love me

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