Review – Undefeatable 14: Dragon Disciple

25 March, 2010

Undefeatable 14: Dragon Disciple is a 6-page PDF (5 pages if you remove the OGL page) for the OGL/ Pathfinder RPG written by Michael R. Kimmel and published by Louis Porter Jr. Design, Inc.  This product is part of Louis Porter Jr. Design’s Undefeatable line.

The layout is a simple two-column design and it is easy enough to read, however there is no complete list of the available feats, to see what is there you must page through the entire document which at five pages is no great amount of work but equally, how difficult would it have been to have set up a feat table?  There is no art and half of the last page of feats is blank.

This product contains thirty feats all usable only by the Dragon Disciple prestige class, so this product’s feats do not only focus on that class but are only useable by Dragon Disciple characters.  The feats primarily build on the Dragon Disciple’s class features either directly or by bringing in aspects of their draconic heritage (Brass Dragon’s Sand Moving, Green Dragon’s Woodland Step and so on) additionally there is one metamagic feat (Dragonblood Magic) which is rather clever and flexible but could have been made available to Sorcerer of the Dragon Bloodline as well.  The most worrying though is Draconic Attribute which gives +2 to two specific attributes and can be taken three times.

There are some interesting ideas here and if you have a Dragon Disciple in your campaign it may prove to be a useful addition but the Dungeon Master will need to vet the feats before allowing them to be used in their campaign.

Disclosure: As a featured reviewer for RPGNow/DriveThroughRPG, I received my copy of this product for free from the publisher for the purpose of this review.


  1. Thanks for taking the time to review Undefeatable 14! I hope you can find some use for it.

    • You are most welcome. There are some good ideas in there, it is just a very focused product. It was an interesting read and I am sure I will get some inspiration from it.

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