9 thoughts on “Has anyone ever written up the D&D style warlock as a DW class?”

  1. Think of it as a way of raising the stakes on a move. You channel your patron’s power to add additional effects of your choice to the move, but you also run the risks of the GM deciding that one or more of those things don’t actually happen, and you get something you didn’t want instead.

  2. I’m working on my third draft of a warlock class now, ironically. Can post link to an earlier draft that’s not final.

    Edit: Here it is: https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-fRgMcAOKp5TWEtd0JPM0NWZXM. This is the 2nd draft; it’s still 2 pages, but now has custom bits for each “type” of patron. 1st draft was 2 pages but without patron types; 3rd draft (in progress) mainly expands it to 3 pages so that there’s more room for the patron moves to be worded properly (and also add celestial as a 4th patron type).

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