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Strike a deal with an Archfey Patron and unlock its unique features!


Dramatis Personae: Archfey Patrons includes:

  • 16 Variant Archfey class features! Customize your warlock of the Archfey to represent an specific patron such as The Summer Queen or the Mother of All Hags. Each Archfey is different, and so are they warlocks!
  • Each Archfey patron includes an additional feature, to update the original subclass to the amount of features presented on Xanathar's Guide to Everything. These new features add versatility and the chance to show off which Archfey gave you power.
  • Each Archfey has replacement and enhancement features that work similar to the variant class features Unearthed Arcana. This allows each Archfey warlock to work different.
  • Some canonical lore of the Fey featured on this title.
  • 20 new Eldritch Invocations, see beyond the fey dreams.
  • A dozen of new whisical spells.
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"The Dramatis Personae series expands the warlock patrons with more detailed and thematic choices for Archfey, Fiends, and Great Old Ones, creating a welcome expansion to the otherworldly patrons of the Player's Handbook."

-Rogue Watson

This is a PDF version. If you are looking for the Fantasy Grounds VTT - click here.


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Matthew K October 18, 2022 12:22 pm UTC
Are you intending on ever releasing more in this series? I'd love to see Dramatis Personae supplements released for the other official patrons -- The Celestial, The Fathomless, The Genie, and The Undead.
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Andrés L October 19, 2022 11:25 am UTC
Thank you! the PHB was my priority as they lacked a feature at 1st level in comparison to newer subclasses, and they were too generic for their own good. Regarding the others:

Celestial: I'm not that familiarized with the Celestial beings, but certainly there is an space to create a Dramatis Personae for them.
Fathomless: It's mechanically hard to create "sea-themed" subclasses, as there arent that many spells or mechanical options for that. You can see how in official and non-official products, most sea subclasses are just reduced to "you can breath underwater and gain a swimming speed". I don't think I would be able to create enough different subclasses that truly feel different from each other.
Genie: I love how they added a different table depending on your genie's type. I just can't add to that! lol
Undead: This one has a bit more room to create.

Currently, I'm waiting for One D&D warlock playtest to see excactly how to continue. My current...See more
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Andrés L October 05, 2021 1:29 pm UTC
WOW! Thanks everyone! Dramatis Personae: Archfey Patrons reached Electrum Best Seller!
Do you know what that means? The Lord of Bats and the Queen of Swanmay are coming! (slowly, but surely)
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This title was added to our catalog on July 13, 2020.