Thank you, Gnome Boy, for making a choice.
A choice to care about giant aquatic sea monsters and what they mean to our environment, our planet, and for XP gain.
A choice to ignore the deafening silence of non-sea drake modules, a choice to stand up and say, "I want to fight and possibly kill giant finned behemoths. Ideally before they wipe out my buddies. Except the guy playing the tiefling."
a concerned gamer wrote:
I want to hear more about the shortage of Sea Drakes and what action is being taken to preserve and nurture the proliferation of these ancient and majestic creatures, ...so we can kill them at our game tables.Isle of the Sea-Drake
, or DCC #55 as some call it, is but one place to find these gentle, hull-smashing, flesh-tearing sea titans.
You could also look in Critter Cache: Prehistoric Beasts
, for two other examples of finned behemoths, or "aquatic dinosaurs" if you prefer.
I understand that the Aeryth Geographic Channel will be airing a special called "Ocean without Drakes," which explores the hypothetical ecological and experiential impact that a true lack of sea-drakes would have on Aeryth's oceanic life. The sequence where heroes stand on a beach with nothing to fight is particularly gripping TV.
Check your local listings for when this program airs.
The best thing you can do, Gnome Boy, other than picking up the aforementioned products, is to remember: sea drakes are always with you. Especially if you're near a large body of tropical water.