Bronze Dragon Names Generator - D&D

List of names and a name generator for the Dungeons and Dragons character Bronze Dragon.

Bronze Dragon Names

Sulshin
Srilshiomyodar
Lesailtros
Damnirhor
Lhetintres
Nomaalna
Fossyorturn
Himbis

Bronze Dragon Names Generator Settings

If you would like to generate more Bronze Dragon names then click the "Generate Names" button below. Additionally, you can choose the gender of Bronze Dragon names if you wish to do so.


About Bronze Dragon

Bronze Dragon

Bronze dragons are metallic dragons that dwell in coastal regions. They're mostly devoted to order and justice and are benign in nature (lawful good), for although they may show aggressiveness in the face of evil, they vehemently disdain the use of violence when it's strictly not necessary. Nevertheless, they occasionally join armies of good-willed creatures to combat evil.

As far as their personality is concerned, bronze dragons often enjoy the company of other creatures and show pleasure in attending human social gatherings, albeit always in human form. It could be said that they are the most social and amicable of all metallic dragons in existence.

They build their lairs along the sea and very close to humanoid towns and cities. The main entrance to the lair is placed underwater - a feat that they can accomplish due to their excellent swimming capacity - while the rest of the lair rises above sea level. A chimney is usually installed at the top to be used as a secondary entrance and escape route.

In terms of physical appearance, they might look intimidating at first sight, with three large horns on their cheek and one on the top of their head, pointing towards their rear. They sport webbings between their claws and on their limbs for swimming, and their scales are of a reflective dark bronze, with greenish tips on their wings.

In terms of abilities, they have the power to change shapes and assume different humanoid or animal forms. In some instances, they would morph into sea creatures to save people from drowning, or into sailors to fight pirates. They also are able to speak with animals, control the weather, and read thoughts, but all of these skills are used for the good of others and not for their own benefit. They attack using breath weapons in the form of lightning bolts and a repulsion gas that would drive foes away due to its stench. They sparingly use their claws to rip their enemies open.

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