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Warlock Patron: Genie


Genies are potent elemental beings known for their legendary power to grant wishes to those that have bound them.  But unbound Genies are capable of granting power as well.  To their favored servants they entrust a Gen, a small elemental spirit that aids in casting spells.  The Gen can also be given power to seek out other magics for the warlock to use.  As they rise in power and experience the warlock will earn access to the wondrous treasures their master has accumulated and near the end of the career they will earn their freedom by capturing their Patron or insuring their place in their Patron's inner circle by trapping its rival.  Either way, the servant will become a master.

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Matthew C February 23, 2018 2:34 am UTC
One piece of at the table feedback I received was a question about the magic carpet available through the Wondrous Conveyance feature: what are the dimensions and weight limits of the granted carpet.

I left it open to DM interpretation. If the DM feels the limited amount of time it’s available means it should be more useful, they can grant the larger variety. If the DM feels that flight is so potent an ability, they can grant the lesser variant.
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Matthew C October 03, 2017 7:18 am UTC
Reviews and Feedback are always appreciated.
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