Increased Land Speed: At 3rd level, the red dragon whelp's base land speed increases to 40 feet.
Spell-Like Abilities: As the red dragon whelp gains levels, she can use a number of spell-like abilities, as shown on Table 2-2. The red dragon whelp's caster level with these abilities equals her dragon Hit Dice, and save DCs are 10 + the spell's level + her Cha modifier. See More Magic & Mayhem for the firebolt spell.
Fly: At 5th level, the red dragon whelp's wings are strong enough to allow her to fly at a speed of 50 feet with a maneuverability of poor. Her fly speed increases to 100 feet at 10th level and 150 feet at 13th level.
Little is known about flamewakers. They are fiery elementals, but their bodies are flesh and blood. Most flamewakers dwell in the Firelands of the Elemental Plane, though some live in Azeroth's Blackrock Depths. They are unwavering servants of Ragnaros the Firelord. They answer to a monarch, but that monarch answers to Ragnaros.
Some believe that flamewakers are immortal, but this is not the case. While they can live for one or two
Claws: At 7th level, the red dragon whelp's claws are long and strong. She gains two claw attacks that deal 1d6 points of damage. See the Monster Guide, Chapter 5: Monster Types, Subtypes, and Abilities, for more information on natural weapons.
Wings: At 13th level, the red dragon whelp can pummel her opponents with her powerful wings. She gains two wing attacks that deal 1d4 points of damage. See the Monster Guide, Chapter 5: Monster Types, Subtypes, and Abilities, for more information on natural weapons.
millennia, eventually their fiery bodies burn out and they expire.
An adventuring flamewaker is an unknown sight; no flamewaker has ever left Ragnaros's dominion for other pursuits. However, Ragnaros may send flamewakers out from the Blackrock Depths for his own purposes. These flamewakers may appear to be adventurers, and such a flamewaker may join forces with an adventuring party w o
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