Few dragons see the smaller races of the world as their equals—to most, humanoids are either food or an annoyance. Some paladins swear to protect others against the predation of dragonkind. Some include dragon-blooded creatures (such as half-dragons or even sorcerers with the draconic bloodline) in their oath and team up with inquisitors to root out those whose ancestry carries the taint of dragon magic. Many paladins with this oath are thrill-seekers for the cause of good, channeling their divine power in ways that allow them to take on their powerful foes head on.
This ability replaces channel positive energy.
This works like the paladin’s normal divine bond ability, except as
follows. If the paladin’s bond is with a weapon, she cannot use that
ability to add the brilliant energy, disruption, or merciful weapon properties, but she can add the bane weapon property (but only against dragons).
If the paladin’s bond is with her steed, the steed gains the paladin’s
aura-based immunities and her aura does not affect allies.
This replaces the standard divine bond ability.
At 20th level, an oathbound paladin becomes a conduit of holy power. Her DR increases to 10/evil. Whenever she uses smite evil and successfully strikes a dragon, the dragon is also subject to a single-target holy word, using her paladin level + 10 as the caster level. After the banishment
effect and the damage from the attack are resolved, the smite
immediately ends. In addition, whenever she uses lay on hands to heal a creature, she heals the maximum possible
This ability replaces holy champion.
Slay evil dragons, as well as other dangerous dragons whether or not they are evil. Prevent the bloodlines of other creatures from being corrupted with draconic power. Protect the innocent against the predation of dragons.