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The Wager: Warlock Patron (5e)

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One night, perhaps you found yourself on a crossroad at midnight, and a well-dressed gentleman offered you untold riches, if only you play a little game. You knew this man was not quite human, but the temptation was too much, and you accepted.

Congratulations! You are now the victim and/or beneficiary of The Wager. A new type of Warlock Patron that seeks to gather followers not by making a pact, but by tricking Warlocks into giving up their souls in dark bargains. You still have access to all the power and prestige of a Warlock, but your powers are at your Patron's whim even more than usual, and when you die, your soul is forfeit.

The Wager is a Warlock Patron for players who wish that Warlocks had a more harrowing relationship with their Patrons. It features a Borrowed Time system where your tricky Patron can cause Wild Magic Surge-like effects on you, but if you appease your patron well, you can learn to control the arrival and appearance of these effects.

Included in this document:

  • A New type of Patron: The Wager
  • A New Pact Boon for all Warlock types, The Pact of the Siren, for if you met your Patron when he went down to Georgia looking for a soul to steal.
  • 4 new Eldritch Invocations to go with the Pact of the Siren
  • 1 new Eldritch Invocation for all Warlocks, to possibly make the class rely less on Eldritch Blast spam.
 
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This title was added to our catalog on April 13, 2019.