Valyndra

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Description

The people of Rhynn certainly need no reminder of this elder dragon. Valyndra’s lust
for gold, fire, and general havoc is legendary, and she has made a habit of bringing ruin to any settlement or structure that is erected too close to her domain—which seems to move around every century or so.

Some say that Valyndra was responsible for the first hybrid, earning her the title Wyrm Queen. Whether or not she had anything to do with the mysterious origins of the
hybrids, she does display a motherly fondness for the wretched creatures, giving them places of honor in her hidden court. It is through these ruthless minions that Valyndra is able to constantly keep her coffers overflowing, for reasons unknown to
the mortal mind.

Valyndra’s lair is a place of legend, where all the treasures of Rhynn seem to end up. Many adventurers have dedicated their lives to finding and raiding the Wyrm Queen’s chambers. Alas, the only ones that returned refuse to say much on the matter…

Hybrid Sentinel

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Description

Nobody knows exactly where they came from, but there is no doubt in anyone’s mind that hybrids are a force to be reckoned with! They walk like men, fly like dragons, and devastate anything in their path. While their sense of honor and duty may not be understood by most people, they have both in ample supply and will fight to the death to defend their kin.

Errata and FAQ Version 1.3

Q: How does the hybrid sentinel’s “Prey on the Weak” ability affect a figure that is treated as a hero but does not have attribute values, such as a familiar?
A: It has no effect on that figure.

Shadow Dragon

Description

Some fragmented records from the Dragon Wars speak of dragons that shrouded themselves in darkness, emerging from the blackness only to kindle their flames. The idea of such a large enemy moving with such stealth and secrecy is obviously terrifying. Fortunately, Shadow Dragons are nothing more than legend.

Errata and FAQ Version 1.2

Q: When tracing a path for the Fire Breath ability, does the path have to be a straight line?
A: No, the path can be traced in any direction and can even change direction.