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'''Longfang''' (also known as "Dippy") was a [[Green Dragon]] first identified in 825 [[PR]] in [[Isonhound]].
'''Longfang''' (also known as "Dippy") was a [[Green Dragon]] first identified in 825 [[PR]] in [[Isonhound]].


The first known reference to him was during exploration missions into the foothills of the Northern Snowy Mountains. Adventurers were hired to investigate locations suspected to be the entrances into the [[The Citadel of Huldus|lost Dwarven Citadel]] under the mountains.
The first known reference to him was during exploration missions into the foothills of the Northern Snowy Mountains. Adventurers were hired to investigate locations suspected to be the entrances into the [[The Citadel of Huldus|lost Dwarven Citadel]] under the mountains.
== About ==
Longfang was about 15 feet tall, and set up a lair for himself in the [[Northern Snowy Mountains]] sometime around 825 [[PR]], bringing a notable change in vegetation and fog to the region, attracting the attention of [[Gammelgard]]. Little did Gammelgard know, the dragon himself had already been disguised as a '''dwarf''' and infiltrated the ranks of the city under the guise of "Dippy".


=== Relationship to [[Horatio Cheshire]] ===
=== Relationship to [[Horatio Cheshire]] ===
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==History==
==History==
=== Testing the Adventurers ===
<blockquote>''"The nice thing about devout minions is that you can give them bum information and they will believe it wholeheartedly and pass it on to whoever tries to get it from them."''</blockquote>While working undercover in [[Gammelgard]], Dippy manipulated [[Falgrim Norest]] into sending adventurers into the Northern mountains by having thralls of his (a group of [[Cheshire's Goblins]]) raid caravans traveling near the moutnains. The raids were a ploy by Longfang to draw out adventurers, test the mettle of whoever Gammelgard is asking for help and throw some shade in a different direction (and towards Horatio) to distract from his ongoing plans to break into the mountain himself and gain access to [[Feredemius]] underneath.
Was the nephew of the dragon [[Gideon]]
Was the nephew of the dragon [[Gideon]]



Latest revision as of 04:07, 5 April 2024

This is the Green Dragon named Longfang, not to be confused with The Green Fang

Longfang
Languages unknown
Affiliations unknown
Aliases unknown
Marital Status unknown
Place of Birth unknown
Species dragon (green)
Gender male
Height 15' (est. based on tracks)
Weight unknown
Eye Color unknown


Longfang (also known as "Dippy") was a Green Dragon first identified in 825 PR in Isonhound.

The first known reference to him was during exploration missions into the foothills of the Northern Snowy Mountains. Adventurers were hired to investigate locations suspected to be the entrances into the lost Dwarven Citadel under the mountains.

About[edit | edit source]

Longfang was about 15 feet tall, and set up a lair for himself in the Northern Snowy Mountains sometime around 825 PR, bringing a notable change in vegetation and fog to the region, attracting the attention of Gammelgard. Little did Gammelgard know, the dragon himself had already been disguised as a dwarf and infiltrated the ranks of the city under the guise of "Dippy".

Relationship to Horatio Cheshire[edit | edit source]

Mutated goblins were encountered who professed their loyalty to a green dragon named “Longfang”. Additionally, orcs living in the region were apparently given the opportunity to swear allegiance to the dragon and, when they wouldn’t, they were run out of the foothills by the goblins.

Suspicion abounds as to what the dragon wants with the area in and around the Northern Snowy Mountains but the running hypothesis is that the dragon intends to move its lair into the area.

The existence of the mutated goblins has been attributed to a human alchemist by the name of Horatio Cheshire. The connection between Longfang and Horatio is still unknown.

History[edit | edit source]

Testing the Adventurers[edit | edit source]

"The nice thing about devout minions is that you can give them bum information and they will believe it wholeheartedly and pass it on to whoever tries to get it from them."

While working undercover in Gammelgard, Dippy manipulated Falgrim Norest into sending adventurers into the Northern mountains by having thralls of his (a group of Cheshire's Goblins) raid caravans traveling near the moutnains. The raids were a ploy by Longfang to draw out adventurers, test the mettle of whoever Gammelgard is asking for help and throw some shade in a different direction (and towards Horatio) to distract from his ongoing plans to break into the mountain himself and gain access to Feredemius underneath.

Was the nephew of the dragon Gideon

Powers and Abilities[edit | edit source]

Assumed to be similar to other green dragons

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