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Warlock Patron: The Hag

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"The Hag" is a warlock patron that makes use of the ugly side of the fey to produce a character with a knack for control, enchantment and geases as well as a range of unsettling and classic hag-based powers. 

 
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Brent R July 18, 2018 6:12 pm UTC
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Mimicry (1st): why a set DC and not a contested PerformancePersuasion?

Home, Sweet Home (10th lvl): why not just half a characters lvl? Its only powerful for being in areas the Hag stays in, and is basically similar to staying with a high level paladin.

Besides those two points I quite like it!
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Catherine E July 19, 2018 6:15 am UTC
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Hi! First - thank you for being interested enough to leave feedback: it's great to hear.
On your two points, specifically:
1. It's a magical ability, so a skill check felt out of place; more importantly neither Persuasion nor Performance are Warlock skills, so making an ability hinge on them would limit its utility (and feel unfair).
2. While HSH is only powerful in the right situation that high a modifier would - in my opinion - make it too powerful in, say, a campaign based in one city, or a small region (it would make a Hag Warlock able to essentially take over a small region of Barovia in Curse of Strahd... which is admittedly quite a neat concept). As it is, I feel it's tempting enough for players to try to bring the fight onto home ground but not a guaranteed win if they do.
That said... if you happen to try out the Hag patron with those changes I'd love to hear how it goes!
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