Esoteric Dragon, Dream

Clouds trail from the edges of these graceful, nearly fanciful creatures in hypnotizing patterns.

N dragon (extraplanar)


CR 6; Size Small; HD 7d12; Speed 40 ft.
Natural Armor +6; Breath Weapon cone, 2d6 electricity
Str 11, Dex 15, Con 12, Int 14, Wis 13, Cha 16


Dragons gain different special abilities as they age.

Table: Dream Dragon Special Abilities by Age Category
Age Category Special Abilities Caster Level
Wyrmling Sleeping breath 1/day
Very young Dreamsight
Young Psychic magic 1st
Juvenile Dream fortress 3rd
Young adult DR 5/magic, psychic magic 5th
Adult Change shape, frightful presence 7th
Mature adult DR 10/magic, psychic magic 9th
Old Join dreamscape 11th
Very old DR 15/magic, psychic magic 13th
Ancient Sleeping breath 3/day 15th
Wyrm DR 20/magic, psychic magic 17th
Great Wyrm Exodus of dreams 19th

Change Shape (Su)

An adult or older dream dragon can assume any humanoid form three times per day as if using polymorph.

Dream Fortress (Su)

A juvenile or older young adult dream dragon is immune to dream, nightmare, and similar spells.

Dreamsight (Su)

With a brief glance, a very young or older dragon can see a hazy image of the current dreams of sleeping creatures.

Exodus of Dreams (Sp)

A great wyrm dream dragon can use dream voyage at will.

Join Dreamscape (Su)

An old or older dream dragon who sees a sleeping creature’s dream can enter that dream as a lucid body, while still acting with its physical body.

Psychic Magic (Sp)

A dream dragon gains the following psychic spells upon reaching the listed age category: Young—lullaby (0 PE), mirror strike (1 PE); young adult—euphoric cloud (2 PE), invisibility (2 PE), thought shield II (3 PE); mature adult—dream (4 PE); very old—dream travel (5 PE); wyrm— maze (8 PE).

Sleeping Breath (Su)

A limited number of times per day, a dream dragon can cause those who fail their saving throws against its breath attack to fall asleep for 1d4 rounds, as per the sleep spell. This is a mind-affecting sleep effect.


Environment any (Dimension of Dreams)
Organization solitary
Treasure triple

These self-styled masters of the Dimension of Dreams hunt that strange plane’s shifting expanse.

Section 15: Copyright Notice

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