Bog dragons don’t particularly like the taste of humans. They don’t seek us out, or covet the taste of our flesh, as other dragons do. But they enjoy the tedious details of hunting even less. They will exploit any opportunity for an easy meal, such as a lost soul encroaching on their domain.
Even when they’re not hungry, it is not wise to approach them. They will punish anyone who disturbs their leisure. Why else would they dwell in such dark and dreary swamps? They value serenity over the incessant chatter of other sentient beings. They like to languish in deep muddy water, until prey arrives, then quietly release their poison gas, letting it seep out of the water and permeate the area. Their prey lose consciousness before even realizing a Bog Dragon is near.
Breathes a cone of poison that hangs in the air for 10 seconds, damaging and slowing targets by 40% while in the cloud.
Bog dragon lets out an explosive fart, hurling him forward, and leaving a cloud of foul odor that makes targets choke while in it, preventing them from using breath weapons.
Regurgitates bog pests, including leeches, spiders, piranhas, snakes and scorpions, which latch onto the target, doing heavy damage until the target shakes them off by using tail strike twice.
Breathes a glob of fungus, infecting the target with the parasitic mushroom, which increases the cooldown of anything that is already on cooldown.
Launches a puff ball mushroom that slows the target by 2%. This stacks any number of times.
Bog Dragons prefer to avoid direct confrontation. They apply dots to an opponent, then flee, and wait for the opponent to die. They are extremely tanky, so they can survive a long chase.