Demon in the shadows compendium class
When you summon a shadow dragon into you, your flesh and bones are transformed into shadow dragon flesh and bones. You now possess the body of the shadow dragon, even if its mind still fights you.
When you possess the body of the shadow dragon, you are its demon and use its body as your own. Now when you trigger a move, before you roll say how you:
• breathe darkness upon a foe
• command slaves
• take and hoard all the gold and jewels
• kidnap someone
• rip and tear with savage claws
• strike from the sky.
For each option you describe in fitting detail, the group may grant you +1 to your roll. Then make your roll as normal. Do as the move instructs, but on a 10+, you also subdue the dragon. On a 7-9, one of the shadow dragon’s impulses is too strong; the GM gains one hold to activate an impulse. On a miss, there’s trouble, double trouble.
When the GM spends hold to activate an impulse: terrify, hoard, mock, butcher, betray, the shadow dragon regains control of its body for a moment. The GM will tell you what unwelcome things it does.
When you gain Darkness, the GM will tell you to roll 1d4 or more. Add that to any Darkness you already gained.
When you have Darkness equal to half your Charisma, the GM gets 2 hold when you get a 7-9 on Demonic possession.
When you have Darkness equal to your Charisma, the shadow dragon breaks free from your possession.
Add to Grim Portents of Danger: Shadow Dragon
– The shadow dragon breaks free from its possession.