Thanks, i will download but this give more caster level? Dragon form? About change race on the fly, if you use shape change, your race is changed in character sheet;;;
As I said - only colored dragons with different breaths. Dynamic race switching for pc/npc is kinda impossible/ And polimorth is not a good way yo do it
problem is - original DnD dragon disciple is harder to qualify for then nwn counterpart since it require you to know draconic language(so you need to explane where the hell your character learned it). So in pnp it was much harder to build something like F28/Brd2/RDD10 or even F14/B1/RDD10/FB5(and good DM could ban such combo outright as breaking class logic)
Thanks, you are right about race. in nwn1 this is more easy since the races are more "similar", but in nwn2, remove all racial bonus and give another bonuses with a complete different ECL... Maybe only change the race name and give some bonuses is more easy since you don't lose your racial bonus with Dragon Apotheosis...
About Dragon disciple in PnP, Kobolds, troglodytes, lizardfolk and dragons probably can teach you draconic language, a lv 15 sor probably can purchase a dictionary or pay for someone to teach he, also if you start the game with a sorcerer with draconic heritage, learn draconic language isn't that hard. In PnP since you can cast spells in dragon form and the most important. Gain caster level from DD class
, is a pretty useful class for casters. In NWN1 is useless for casters, except if we are talking about SOR 30/RDD 10 VS SOR 40, but until lv 27~30 take level from this class is a waste of XP. Epic spells are pretty strong in nwn1, you can get 50/+20 DR, 35D6 damage spells, summon a dragon... In a lv 30 max setting, trade this spells and have a 20 caster level is ridiculous.
In PnP a SOR 20/DD 10 will have a "caster level" of 27 ( http://www.d20srd.org/srd/prestigeClasses/dragonDisciple.htm
), since the majority of conjuration spells bypass SR in PnP, trade 3 CL for AC, much more HP, Blindsense, more attributes, a elemental immunity, immunity to sleep and paralysis and wings isn't a bad deal. Dragonform can make you stop being an "glass cannon" and make you a "main battle tank" since you can cast spells and use dragonlike abilities in dragon form. Of course, you can only use this ability once per day and rest in D&D isn't like in nwn, survivability in PnP is very important since you can't simple reload the old save in case of death.
Imagine how silly will be if clerics can only have the fire domain and get only abilities that make clerics useful in melee. This is the "dragon disciple" implementation in nwn1/nwn2.
EDIT : Maybe i will play nwn2 again with this https://neverwintervault.org/project/nwn2/hakpak/original-hakpak/races-faerun-pack-v23
Apparently there are no hakpak who gives dragonform and more caster level for nwn1 or nwn2(at least i've found no one in any place)...