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The Huntsman's Expanded Warlock Patrons

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This document includes all of my homebrew Warlock Patrons. At present this includes the Archmage, Leviathan, Spirit Champion, Tormented Soul, and Supergenius Patrons.

A student of the arcane studying under a prodigious mage might, during their term of scholarship, become that mage's Warlock. In other cases, a mighty Archmage might bestow a fragment of their power upon a number of servitors to better pursue their own inscrutable ends. Whatever the case, a Warlock of the Archmage is granted even greater mastery of arcane magic.

Krakens, Elder Elementals, the Great Cthulu, and worse all call the depths of the ocean their home. On occassion, a humanoid of the surface world might begin to feel the call of such a Leviathan and enter into a pact with it, gaining the increased ability to function in the ocean - though such might eventually cost them their freedom.

Spirit Champions are the souls of mighty heroes that have passed on but yet wish to influence the world. Selecting one or two Warlocks to be their hands, these ancient beings impart a measure of otherworldly power in return for service and respect.

In contrast, sometimes a soul of an individual remains tethered to the world by an undying need to finish some unfinished work. Should their work remain undone, their psyche may become unwravelled between the call of the afterlife and their anchor in the mortal world, until an unlucky Warlock is bound into the Tormented Soul's service to finally earn the spirit its rest at the cost of their own sanity.

Where some might turn to an archmage for divine power, others might allow their body to become a playground for a masterful tinker. Granted ornated and complex technological abilities, such an individual can gain spellcasting ability through technological augmentation at the hands of such a Supergenius.

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Paul C May 16, 2019 12:59 pm UTC
Hi Huntsman. Happy to provide some more feedback if you like, but I have a question for you. I too use Homebrewery, but how do you get the pictures to meld like that (like in actual DnD books? I can only get solid edge rectangular pics in there and positioning is hard.
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Huntsman L May 17, 2019 9:10 pm UTC
So if you go and read through this tutorial (, it'll take you through the basics. I'm able to do a bit more than that because I have a bit of a background in HTML and know what to play with and try, but that tutorial is what got me started.

The biggest boon I can give you off the bat, though: If you have a piece of character artwork with a white background, or old-school style pencil art on a white background, add " style='mix-blend-mode:darken;' " after the image URL. If you do that, it'll darken the white to match the page colors, but will leave the image since it's already darker than the background.
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