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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock

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Here comes my humble contribution to all the warlock players in the guild, with 2 new pacts, 5 new patrons and 12 new eldritch invocations.

The Pact of the Aegis lets you summon a magical armor, a gift of your patron to protect its (un)trusted servant.

The Pact of Concoctions transforms the warlock into a true brewer of poisons and potions alike.

The Archmage is a powerful arcane spellcaster that acts as a patron for enterprising warlocks.

The Ascendant is a soon-to-be god, or at least its warlocks believe so, and spread its word around the world.

A few warlocks are protected by Fate Itself, and deal with the power of doom, destiny and fortune.

Some warlocks enter a pact with Mother Nature, the very essence of natural life around the world – or perhaps a very powerful entity that impersonates her.

But the most astonishing of the warlock patrons remains The Phoenix, a true beacon of endless life, the very essence of the flames of renewal and of the light of rejuvenation.


Along with those Pacts & Patrons you will find twelve new eldritch invocations, often tailored to the class options presented in this contribution, and always intended to represent a power that suits the very archetype of the witch – and warlock, of course.


PS: If you have any suggestion, please write a review and comment. I'm more than eager to update my works to make them more suitable.


PPS: done some minor editing, and added a new pact invocation. Blood for the blood... patron, my friends. 

 
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Pilleri F January 18, 2017 8:57 am UTC
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Thanks for the review, Tim!
True, when possible I prefer to base the features of my subclasses on existing ones, because I believe this is the easiest way to balance them. Of course, the adapting process sometimes is as simple as changing the damage type, but the more I play with classmongering, the more I find out that you can use the spell damage table to transform a healing feature into an attack one - for example.
I believe that it is better, on the long run, to offer balanced - and interesting - options rather than overpowered or poorly written ones.
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Pilleri F July 29, 2016 8:46 pm UTC
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Thank you for your review, Timothy. :)
Sometimes it's disappointing to have so many downloads and to see so few reviews.
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