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D&D5e Warlock Patron: The Genie


The following document is proposed rules to add Genies to the Warlocks Otherworldly Patrons, for use in any setting but especially suited for Al-Qadim.

Works Cited
Greenwood, E., Reynolds, S. K., Williams, S., & Heinsoo, R. (2001). Forgotten Realms Campaign Setting 3rd edition. Renton, Washington, United States: Wizards of the Coast.
Grubb, J., & Hayday, A. (1992). Arabian Adventures. Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, United States: TSR Hobbies, Inc.
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January 27th, 2016
Genies are actually very important in an upcoming campaign that I'm planning, and it always seemed odd to me that genies--notorious deal-makers--weren't a warlock patron. So, I was pretty happy to see that someone had taken a stab at it. The fir [...]
January 18th, 2016
The presentation and workings definitely need some work. The fluff at the beginning is a bit lacking and the column layouti s really awkward. I would suggest making it part of the same column layout as the rest of the document, like 5e books do. [...]
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