Monster Monday - Young Copper Dragon: Large dragon; chaotic good. Copper dragons live in dry uplands and on hilltops and they make their lairs in narrow caves, where they use false walls to hide their treasure. https://www.dndbeyond.com/monsters/young-copper-dragon
In my opinion, copper dragons are underused in D&D campaigns. As metallic dragons, they are one of the good-aligned dragon types, and they are also the pranksters and jokers of the dragon world. They have a hair trigger when their hoard is threatened, however, and can flash from joking to deadly serious enemies if someone tries to steal from them.
Copper dragons enjoy the company of bards, and love swapping funny stories, bawdy songs, and witty stories—and they expect everyone to laugh at their jokes. What is the most creative use of a copper dragon you have seen in a game? What ideas do you have for putting a copper dragon into your own campaign?