I would guess:

Offense 9 (based from the Magians riders)
Defense: 9 (see above plus low ac and flying ability)
Morale: B/S/Sh
Move: 4
Missile: 5 (simulates dropping trees and huge bolders)
Hits: 3 (max)

Inaddition depending on what rules system you use for breath weapons, 1 in
every three battle rounds any units it wishes to engage is effected by a
spell "D" result to reflect it's breath weapon(s).

In addition I would rule, depending on the dragon's age, that in can not be
engaged expect by magic, or flying units. (immune to normal missiles, and
I am assuming it will be flying).

In addition the dragon would have some special considerations. Such as
it's MR% which would needed t be checked when magic is used against it.
It's landing into a battle square...aka...smash those below. Not to
forget the dragon wold be entering the field with it's full slots of battle
spells and such.

Quite possibly in short, the most dangerous unit on the battlefield.


- -----Original Message-----
From: Aleksei Andrievski [SMTP:solmyr@kolumbus.fi]
Sent: Wednesday, September 16, 1998 5:41 AM
To: Birthright Mailing List
Subject: [BIRTHRIGHT] - Dragons in battle

Does anyone have a system to simulate a dragon in a warcard battle? I guess
it would be worth several tough units alone, but how to quantify it in
warcard terms?

Aleksei Andrievski
aka Solmyr, Archmage of the Blue Star
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