JulesMrshn@aol.com wrote:

> In a message dated 4/17/99 10:15:24 PM Central Daylight Time,
> matroy@abacom.com writes:
> >>
> Already have. I tricked him into stealing the cursed gold of a local priate
> horde. Of course I did not find the horde, the 5 to 10ths did (I was one of
> them until my charcter died touching the gold, which is how we found out it
> was cursed) but it was my Bard who finegled the dragon into getting the
> treasure. I lead him to the gold, he was killed and his treasure, after

> overcoming its traps, was ours. Of course the DM was fuming that his dragon
> ultra villian was so easily vanquished.

Nice trick! I stand corrected, and will amend my statement to say that those with
greater abilities *usually* perform greater deeds.

But I have to say, it sounds to me like the DM failed to play his dragon with all
the intelligence, knowledge and abilities it should have. Or barring that, that
your characters had great abilities of charm and wits. =)