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The Forgotten - An Otherworldly Patron for Warlocks


Shuddatho. Ither. Torana. Powerful entities who once roamed and made their mark on the known planes of existence and were banished and forgotten before the races of elves, men and dwarves took their first breaths. But now their power slips through the cracks in the spaces between the planes, granting power to those who are willing to continue ancient wars and speak names lost to time. Geek Trash and Geek Fight Club present you with this new option for your Warlock. 

Changes V1.2
Changed the name of the Overchannel feature to Enhancement to avoid confusion.

Adjusted the Exile Feature to it's original intent of being used once per long rest, which escaped my editing. Also modified the effects of the feature, to restore balance.

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Armand C August 26, 2016 4:18 am UTC
In response to feedback, the Exile feature has been modified to restore balance, and the omitted daily limit has been restored.
The Overchannel feature has been renamed to Enhancement to avoid confusion with other features.

Let me know if there's any other glaring omissions, or OP effects! Feedback is always appreciated. Please rate and review!
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Armand C August 27, 2016 8:47 pm UTC
To clarify, Exile was never meant to be used more than once per long rest. It was meant to be similar to the Fiend Patron feature, Hurl through Hell.
The secondary effects were intended, and were OP, which is why they've been greatly reduced.
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Tommy H February 07, 2016 4:30 pm UTC
How do you add the quick preview and full sized preview?
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Armand C February 07, 2016 6:30 pm UTC
The options for the previews are towards the bottom of the form to add or update the title. Just check the boxes for the previews you want, and then enter the start and end page you'd like to show.
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Tommy H February 07, 2016 6:50 pm UTC
Thank you so much!
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Tim H February 10, 2016 1:32 am UTC
Sorry, could you be a little more specific? I'm not seen these options.
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Armand C February 12, 2016 6:33 pm UTC
Sure! When you're ready to upload or edit a title in your account, the first section is "Title Data", at the end of that section is Category Assignments. Below Category Assignments is the Section called "Product File Information". The third option in this section is "Automatic Previews". There are two options. In-Page Flash Preview (this is the quick preview), and Full Size PDF Preview. Enable both options, and enter the First and Last page numbers you wish to use for your preview. Then just click the button at the bottom of the page to set-up or update your title and you should be all set.
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