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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock - now with kittens Pay What You Want
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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock - now with kittens
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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock - now with kittens
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Jay H. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/31/2019 13:13:30

As if the Warlock didn't have enough options already lol Loved this as it adds even more dimensions to the already multi-faceted character that a Warlock can be. Can't wait to find a friendly DM who will let me run with some of these.



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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock - now with kittens
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Tom D. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 01/15/2017 21:26:24

The invocations and pact boons are interesting ideas, those are good. Some of the invocations seem a bit powerful but I'm not expert, and the two pact boons are simple but sensible additions to pact boons. The ideas for the patrons are there and I do like the ideas. They're creative. My only problem with them personally is that unlike many other class options I've found here on DM's Guild the patrons here are remixes of existing Patrons from the Player's Handbook and the Unearthed Arcana. In other words, for example the Ascendant's 14th level ability is an altered version of the Fiend's Hurl through Hell ability, changed slightly to be appropriate to a demigod as opposed to a demon lord. But for the price point listed that's completely acceptable. Aside from that this is a reasonable supplement.



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Pacts & Patrons (and eldritch invocations!), new class options for the warlock - now with kittens
Publisher: Dungeon Masters Guild
by Timothy B. [Verified Purchaser]
Date Added: 07/26/2016 17:13:42

Two new pacts and five new patrons for warlocks. The art and layout is nice. The Aegis Pact is similar to Pact of the Blade. The Pact of Concoctions makes the warlock into a brewer of potions. The patrons are for me the more interesting part of the book. These include The Archmage, The Ascendent (almost a god), Fate, Mother Nature and the Phoenix. Each comes with some flaws and an expanded spell list. The last couple of pages are devoted to new invocations.



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