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Traukzul size vs colossal red dragon

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On 9/7/2018 at 12:11 PM, Figmentia(daniel) said:

Hi everyone I was wondering if anyone knew the size difference here or I traukzul would work as a colossal great wyrm for dnd

HeartBurn, my Colossal Red Dragon, measures 13 1/2" to the top of his crest and 13 inches across with partially furled wings.

Many of the larger Reaper Bones Dragons would provide a suitable representation of a Colossal Great Wyrm for game-play purposes.

YMMV

GEM

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