Round 1 – Match 1
My Case for the Ancient Brass Dragons
In fantasy roleplaying games, there are few monsters as iconic as dragons. They can fly, they’re often magical, and they represent great power. That being said, there are often depictions of the evil side of dragons as greedy, arrogant, manipulative, and intimidating. Regardless, the Brass Dragon of D&D is a metallic dragon, one of the good dragons that exist in the world. An ancient dragon is one that has learned how to help others and keep evil at bay. The dragon should win for their zeal against evil, their wisdom, and their power to accomplish good in the world.
My Case for the Dretch
Dretches are easy to control and easy to summon. They’d make a great companion for a warlock if it weren’t for their horrid smell. While the dretch lacks power, it is a demon that makes up for their weakness with numbers.
127 for the Ancient Brass Dragon to 64 for the Dretch.