3rd in my conversion of the Hero-Gods of Greyhawk into warlock patrons is Keoghtom. I thought that the key area to focus on was Keoghtom’s thirst for knowledge, which would be essential in any person deemed worthy enough to be a warlock for the hero-god.
Looking at Gygax’s writings on Keoghtom, I also gave his warlocks access to medium armor and martial weapons to emulate the hero-gods proficiency with every weapon and type of armor. The only notable ability of Keoghtom’s I decided not to have his warlocks emulate was the hero-gods magic resistance. I felt that this warlock already had more than enough diversity to it and left that out.
Johydee, the 2nd in my series of turning the Hero-deities into warlock patrons for 5th edition. One thing I feel that is equally important for a warlock of Johydee’s ability to change shape is their ability to gather information. Being a patron of espionage information is critical. So, while the shapechanging aspect of the warlock was covered through their spells, I focused the information gathering through their patron granted abilities.
What do you like or dislike about the concept? If you have suggestions, go ahead and leave a comment, and maybe I’ll adjust it if we get a better idea.
So a Leachim the Learned shot an idea past me that I liked so much that I took it and ran with it. What if the Hero-deities of Greyhawk were Patrons for Warlocks in 5th edition D&D. Leachim was speaking of Kelanen, which would have been my first choice as well, and with collaboration from the Learned one, I wrote up this version of a Patron.
These are all works in progress, so if you have any ideas, changes, or suggestions, fire away, and I might alter them. I intend on making a Warlock Patron workup for each of the Hero-deities in the future, which one should I do next?