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This is a small collection of some options for otherworldly patrons for warlock characters. This allows for a less generic patron if so desired. Included are options for Garagos the Lord of War, a patron of conflict and destruction; Gargauth the Lord Who Watches, a patron of betrayal, greed and corruption; Dendar the Night Serpent, a patron of nightmares, Kazef the Chaos Hound, a patron of fear, hunger, death, and vengeance; Moander the Darkbringer, a nature patron of rot and decay; Primus the One and the Prime, a patron of order and machines; and Zaphkiel, a celestial patron of law, light, and ultimate goodness. Also included are an additional pact boon option, and a selection of additional Eldritch Invocations for further Warlock customization.

9/16/16 Added warlock patron option for Maegera the Dawn Titan. Thought I would provide this here as it is a warlock otherworldly patron option but this was originally designed for my Storm King's Thunder Character Options submission located here:


I also have a number of Ravenloft related options uploaded. These include Background options, Race options, class options, rules for Firearms, and an entire Witch-Hunter class, among other options as well, including class options related to the new Storm King's Thunder campaign. Please check out my other submissions located here:


And as always, any support or feedback is greatly appreciated.  

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December 1st, 2019
I enjoyed these additional patrons for Warlocks. One of my players picked Moander from SCAG as his patron, and this added some flavor for him to work with. I think the great thing about the Great Old Ones is that you can kind of pick and choose the pie [...]
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