I’d frankensteined these up some time last year for use in my own dragons’ bios, but figure I might as well share. Colour code to do matching colour text is indicated in brackets.
The above dividers are all sized to fit neatly between two vertical columns of item icons within the bio area, so basic underlying BBCode of:
Bio text including centered dividers and matching coloured text as desired
Which results in a layout like this:
Addendum: To be more exact, my layout is based on copy-pasta like the following, using the deity sackdolls and flight runestones for basic layout of all bios:
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sooooo back from my long ass hiatus and my dash is dry as my eyeballs (i hate wearing contacts) so i’m looking to follow more people!
reblog this if you post mainly: flight rising, photography, art
if you post lots of discourse, non-fr fandom stuff, or you’re under the age of 16 (i’m 18) i’m less likely to follow.
thanks in advance!
So I saw that D&D Flight Rising post earlier and immediately dove into stats and races and stuff since I was already starting to craft a world to DM, what’s a better place to start than with FR?
Thinking critically about the dragons using site canons really affects and diversifies the way the dragons would actually speak to one another, and it is really making stats interesting. At first I thought I’d just find the closest D&D race and use those stats but it’s quickly turning into unique stats and abilities. I am using the stats of some of the races that work well with FR breeds but ultimately they will all be altered to be unique in the end.
And once that’s done I’m making up NPCs because holy shit my inspiration juices are flowing hardcore right now.
it’s always cool to see people take a whack at this. I really suggest looking into systems other than D&D if you want to keep the characters actual dragons. D&D’s races don’t have a ton of flexibility for giving stats to what are essentially like, flying dire rhinoceroses. (Fate is actually probably a really good option since it’s very flexible.)
A while ago I made a set of stats for D&D 5e for all the Beastclans though! To be played in a Sornieth settings, with FR familiars and dragons swapped out with size/ability-adjacent Monster Manual creature stats on the fly. (I don’t suggest using D&D dragon stats for FR dragons though. Whole other kind of creature.)
I would play a FR D&D so hard. Or any sort of digitized tabletop version. Use the roll20 site or tabletop simulator and you got something rockin.
OH NO I HATCHED A PRIMAL
help what do