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Now from my understanding of the BrB armor, arcane items, etc. do not confer similar protections to a mount that is larger then a standard steed, i.e. a dragon.
However I am concerned whether or not the High Elves Dragon Armor does specifically state that the immunity to flaming attacks is extended to the dragon. I have no qualms that the rider is immune to the effects of say a Screaming Skull Catapult, but I find it hard to believe that the dragon would also be protected.
I know there is a thread for the Dragon Princes about this issue but since their mounts cannot be targeted seperate from the rider I don't see the argument holding water that since their horse are protected a dragon would be.
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the prince would be immune to fire but as the dragon doesn't have the armour, it is vulnerable to such attacks ;Y
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Actually I think the current dragon armour rules do make the dragon immune to flaming attacks.
thats kinda lame! sure the flames wouldnt burn the rider, but those skulls would still be smacking him pritty good....
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