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The Warlock Class is by far my favorite class in 5e. However, if I had to make one complaint against it, it would be the rather narrow thematic nature of the spell lists for the Archfey and the Fiend. For many of the potential patrons given, the spell lists do not match their theme. Therefore, I present to you custom spell lists and Invocations for specific otherworldly patrons who don't fit into the standard mold of their archetype. You will find custom spell lists and unique invocations and features for the following patrons:

Archfey Patrons:

  • Fomorian Lord

  • Grandmother Hags

    • Green Hag

    • Sea Hag

    • Annis Hag

    • Bheur Hag

  • Elder Nymphs

    • Dryad: Tree spirits

    • Boreal: Spirits of ice and wind

    • Lampad: Spirits of caves

    • Naiad: Spirits of rivers and springs

    • Nereid: Spirits of oceans

    • Oread: Spirits of mountains

    • Vestal: Spirits of fire

  • Hyrsam, Prince of Fools

  • Oberon, the Green Lord

  • Prince of Frost

  • Queen of Air and Darkness

  • Titania, the Summer Queen

Demon Lord Patrons, offering you unique abyssal alternatives to the more infernally themed spell list for the Fiend Patron. All of the key demonic powers of the Rage of Demons storyline are featured, with spell lists inspired by their unique form of madness.

  • A generic Abyssal spell list

  • Generic Balor

  • Baphomet

    • Features a unique invocation inspired by Baphomet's barbarian-like rage feature

  • Demogorgon

    • Features a unique invocation inspired by Demogorgon's dual mind

  • Orcus

  • Graz'zt

    • Features a unique invocation inspired by Graz'zt's affinity for enchantment magic

  • Fraz-Urb'Luu

  • Juiblex

    • Features a unique invocation that allows the user to briefly transform into an ooze

  • Yeenoghu

    • Features a unique invocation inspired by Yeenoghu's hunger for combat and slaughter

  • Zuggtmoy

    • Features a unique invocation inspired by Zuggtmoy's infestation spores

Infernal Patrons, offering you alternatives to the standard Infernal spell list inspired by the nine layers of Baator and the Archdevils who rule them. Each spell list is inspired by the aspect of tyranny embodied by each layer.

  • Avernus, and Archduchess Zariel

  • Dis, and Archduke Dispater

  • Minauros, and Archduke Mammon

  • Phlegethos, and Archduke Belial and Lady Fierna

  • Stygia, and Archduke Levistus

  • Malbolge, and Archduchess Glasya

  • Maladomini, and Archduke Baalzebul

  • Cania, and Archduke Mephistopheles

  • Nessus, and Asmodeus, the Lord of Baator

Custom spell lists for miscellaneous fiends:

  • Fallen Celestial

  • Malcanthet

  • Night Hag

  • Rakshasa

  • Yugoloth

Great Old One patrons:

  • Atropus, the World Born Dead

  • Dendar, the Night Serpent

  • Father Llymic

  • Ghaunadaur, That Which Lurks

  • Kezef, the Chaos Hound

  • Moander, the Darkbringer

  • Tyranthraxus, the Flamed One

  • Zargon, the Returner

I also have included here the stat blocks for my ice elemental and ooze elemental. You can find the rest of the paraelementals here:


version 3

Added Bheur Hag and Annis Hag patron

Fixed a few errors with the spell lists to improve balance

Added new Invocations

version 4

Added unique demonic invocations that play on the demonic madness mechanic of Out of the Abyss

Version 5

Added Nymph patrons to the Archfey. You can find more information on nymphs in my product here: /product/202471/Fey-Creatures-Nymphs-Pixies-and-the-Jabberwocky

Added spell lists for Great Old One patrons

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Jeremy E March 01, 2016 12:14 am UTC
the title in the listing should be "Alternate"
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Edward T March 01, 2016 12:57 am UTC
How do you mean?
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Zach S March 01, 2016 3:11 am UTC
It's currently listed as "Alernate" when it should be "Alternate"
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Edward T March 01, 2016 1:52 pm UTC
Oh snap. Thanks! That's embarrassing!
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