Silverbrow Human

Silverbrow Human

( Dragon Magic, p. 6)


Size: Medium
Base speed: Land 30
Strength: +0
Intelligence: +0
Dexterity: +0
Wisdom: +0
Constitution: +0
Charisma: +0
Level adjustment: +0
Space: 5 feet
Reach: 5 feet
Automatic languages: Common
Bonus Languages: Any


Silver dragons relish humanoid form and enjoy many of the same daily pleasures as humans. Long ago, communities of humans welcomed disguised silver dragons into their villages, not knowing the truth about their new neighbors. In these communities, which were often secluded and small, half-dragon children became common as the dragon visitors married their human friends. The silver progenitors went to great lengths to hide their children from the rest of the world, citing "curses" or "deformaties" as an excuse for their physical differences. Despite the occasional discovery, they managed to hide their half-breed offspring long enough to teach them to take humanoid form magically. These children in turn became members of the the community, and thus followed generation after generation with the mixed blood of humans and silver dragons.

Over time, the overtly draconic physical characteristics faded, leaving human-looking children with silver dragon bloodlines. Eventually, the dragons themselves departed these communities, leaving behind a strong draconic heritage—a silver streak or highlights in the hair—they came to be known as silverbrow humans.


Racial Traits

  • Disguise Aptitude: Silverbrow humans have a +2 racial bonus on Disguise checks, and Disguise is always considered a class skill. Their ancestors' need to guard their identities against those who feared or hated them has become second nature to silverbrow humans.
  • Dragonblood Subtype: Silverbrow humans are of the dragonblood subtype (see page 4).
  • Feather Fall (Sp): A silverbrow human can use feather fall once per day, plus one additional time per day for every 5 Hit Dice he has.
  • 1 extra feat at 1st level, because silverbrow humans are quick to master specialized tasks and varied in their talents.

Comments on this single page only