Er det muligt for en warlock at forkæle deres protektor? [duplikere]

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Jeg har ikke set noget i PHB eller DMG'en (selvom jeg indrømmer, at jeg ikke har kigget i hver krog og vrøvl), at en warlock kan forstyrre deres protektor. Warlocks synes at være bare fri til at gøre, hvad de har lyst til.

Kontrast dette med den prægtige, der også har en protektor, der giver deres magi, men håndhæver en bestemt etos. En præsident kan forkæle deres guddommelighed og blive straffet.

Er der nogen måde for en warlock at forkæle deres protektor? Eller er de fri til at handle som de vil?

    
sæt Mindwin 21.09.2017 / 16:41
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Det afhænger af, hvordan DM ønsker at spille rollespil, eller ikke

Er det muligt? Selvfølgelig er det muligt .

Du behøver ikke en regel i en bog for at få en beskytter reagerer ugunstigt eller positivt til Warlock. Overvej Epic Boon-passagerne (DMG, s. 231) og afgøre, om patronen kunne give eller tilbageholde Epic Boons på dette niveau af spil. Reglerne indebærer, at forskellige lånere har forskellige holdninger, negative eller positive, imod deres krigssteder. På samme måde har hver skyder en anden slags MO, da dette svar forklarer meget godt.

Some patrons collect warlocks, doling out mystic knowledge relatively freely or boasting of their ability to bind mortals to their will. Other patrons bestow their power only grudgingly, and might make a pact with only one warlock (PHB p. 108)

Patroner er som standard ikke et statbloc-monster i MM (medmindre en MM-tilsvarende dæmon / djævel / himmelsk er den specifikke protektor). De er tilbage "bløde rundt om kanterne" for at give meget plads til arbejde. (Rollespil, lige).

Andreworldly Patron (PHB s. 107)

At 1st level, you have struck a bargain with an otherworldly being of your choice: the Archfey, the Fiend, or the Great Old One, each of which is detailed at the end of the class description. Your choice grants you features at 1st level and again at 6th, 10th, and 14th level.
Pact Magic Your arcane research and the magic bestowed on you by your patron have given you facility with spells.

To forskellige (generelle) holdninger til regelbøger

  • Jeg kan ikke gøre det, medmindre bogen siger det
  • Medmindre bogen forbyder det, kan jeg gøre det.
  • DM's brug af tilgang nummer 2 har meget mere fleksibilitet til at gøre deres verden / spil / bord interessant. Dertil kommer, at 5e DMG besidder DM som regelsætmester (DMG s. 5) Beskytteren gør som DM beslutter, og kan eller ikke reagerer på Warlock med utilfredshed eller godkendelse.

    Hvad gør den mest interessante historie eller eventyrkrog?

    Otherworldly Patrons (SRD p. 51) The beings that serve as patrons for warlocks are mighty inhabitants of other planes of existence—not gods, but almost godlike in their power. Various patrons give their warlocks access to different powers and invocations, and expect significant favors in return. Some patrons collect warlocks, doling out mystic knowledge relatively freely or boasting of their ability to bind mortals to their will. Other patrons bestow their power only grudgingly, and might make a pact with only one warlock.

    Warlocks who serve the same patron might view each other as allies, siblings, or rivals.

    The Fiend
    You have made a pact with a fiend from the lower planes of existence, a being whose aims are evil, even if you strive against those aims. Such beings desire the corruption or destruction of all things, ultimately including you. Fiends powerful enough to forge a pact include demon lords such as Demogorgon, Orcus, Fraz’Urb-­‐‑luu, and Baphomet; archdevils such as Asmodeus, Dispater, Mephistopheles, and Belial; pit fiends and balors that are especially mighty; and ultroloths and other lords of the yugoloths.

        
    svar givet 21.09.2017 / 16:49
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    Dette er op til dig og din DM under skabelsen af tegn

    Den grundlæggende introduktion til Warlock i PHB (s. 105-106) hedder med min vægt:

    A warlock is defined by a pact with an otherworldly being. Sometimes the relationship between warlock and patron is like that of a cleric and a deity, though the beings that serve as patrons for warlocks are not gods...More often, though, the arrangement is similar to that between a master and apprentice. The warlock learns and grows in power, at the cost of occasional services performed on the patron's behalf....

    As you make a warlock character, spend some time thinking about your patron and the obligations your pact imposes upon you...Your patron's demands might drive you into adventures, or they might consist entirely of small favors you can do between adventures...What kind of relationship do you have with your patron?...

    Afsnittet fortsætter med yderligere ideer om, hvordan man arbejder med din DM for at forstå importen af pagten i din karakters eventyrlige karriere.

    Mulighederne er virkelig endeløse her, men du kan komme med noget sammen, der giver mening for din karakter og den verden de spiller i.

        
    svar givet 21.09.2017 / 16:58