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Okay, it is time to finally quantify what I’m planning for Draconic Specialty Priests before I work on any of the dragon deities. This method is a mixing of the dragon-priest class from Council of Wyrms and the Specialty Priest from Cult of the Dragon (which I find too limiting).

Dragons may elect to become Specialty Priests at any time during the hatchling age category, or upon achieving a new age category. That age category becomes known as the first age category. Subsequent age categories are called second age category, third age category, etc. All granted powers are given in terms of the required relative age category of the draconic priest.
Shadow dragons, for example, typically can first cast priest spells when they are mature adults, thus, they would have to elect to become a specialty priest no later than achieving that age category. A shadow dragon who becomes a priest at that point would reach the sixth age category upon attaining great wyrm status. Red dragons, on the other hand, can typically first cast priest spells when they are of venerable status. Thus a typical red dragon could elect to become a specialty priest no later than that. Upon becoming a specialty priest, dragons then begin utilizing the spell progression granted to dragon-priests in the Council of Wyrms campaign setting.
For example, a dragon starting off at hatchling could max out at “level (age category) 12,” but if they started at age category 3 (Young), they’d max out at “level (age category) 10,” thus missing out on 7th level priest spells (not necessarily a big deal, some of the more popular gods are Lesser gods anyway).

That is compared to the Cult of the Dragon Specialty Priest information as follows:

The age category at which a dragon first receives priest spells determines when it can become a specialty priest of a draconic power. This age category is called the first age category. Subsequent age categories are called second age category, third age category, etc. All granted powers are given in terms of the required relative age category of the draconic priest.
Shadow dragons, for example, typically can first cast priest spells when they are mature adults. A typical shadow dragon would reach the sixth age category upon attaining great wyrm status. Red dragons, on the other hand, can typically first cast priest spells when they are of venerable status. Thus a typical red dragon could never reach higher than the third age category, which it could achieve upon reaching great wyrm status. Note that in very rare cases, some dragons are capable of casting priest spells earlier than their brethren, and they can thus achieve much higher levels of proficiency as specialty priests.

A final addition that was not part of that quote:
“As with all draconic specialty priests, annihilists can cast double the normal number of priest spells granted to a normal dragon of their age and subspecies.”

On the other hand, re-reading this, it looks like there is an out that I misinterpreted before (“Note that in very rare cases, some dragons are capable of casting priest spells earlier than their brethren”); however, the doubling of priest spells doesn’t make a whole lot of sense in that regard, since we have no spell progression for those unique individuals (although it could be left to DM fiat). They could be talking about the Dragon-Priests from Council of Wyrms, I suppose; although that doubling of spells part would then make them reeeeeeeally powerful.

Thoughts?

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  1. Barastir says:

    I think they doubled priest spells because they abandoned wizard spells, so the number of spells a dragon would cast would not be very different – although dragons rarely have the same number of wizard and priest spells. Point is, they would have no wizard spells, but a good number of priest spells. If I recall correctly what is said in “Cult of the Dragon”, I say.

    However, I’m not happy with this option, specially considering that some dragons are stronger wizards than priests, or have no priest spells altogether. I’m specially thinking of some chromatics, which I think would be nice Tiamat priests, for example. Still haven’t figured out a solution to this problem. Gotta read better the Council of Wyrms, though.

    • AuldDragon says:

      There’s no indication dragon specialty priests in Cult of the Dragon lose their normal wizardly magic, especially considering most gain wizardly magic before priestly. I’ll have a more formalized document going up soon on draconic specialty priests, which should cover all the bases.

  2. Barastir says:

    I’ve just seen it, gonna read it and then reply.

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