New Otherwoldly Patron Option
There is a being that strides between the worlds we know, an abomination even more terrible and alien than those that call the Far Realms home. This eldritch entity travels the multiverse, endlessly seeking a mortal known only as "Jon." The motives and nature of this being are unknowable, but it is willing to empower mortals if they will aid it in its search.
Expanded Spell List
Garfield lets you choose from an expanded list of spells when you learn a warlock spell. The following spells are added to the warlock spell list for you.
Garfield Expanded Spells
|1st||grease, speak with animals|
|2nd||animal messenger, beast sense|
|3rd||create food and water, Hunger of Hadar|
|4th||dominate beast, evard's black tentacles|
|5th||cloudkill, dominate person|
Feast of the Great One
At level 1 when you choose this patron, you tap into its endless gluttony. When you are adjacent to a creature that has been dead no longer than 7 days and is not an aberration, construct, elemental, ooze, plant, or undead, you can render yourself prone and feed on that creature. This process takes one action for a Tiny creature, one minute for a Small creature, 10 minutes for a Medium creature, or 1 hour for a Large or Huge creature. You cannot consume a Gargantuan creature using this ability. After this time has elapsed, you fully consume the creature, leaving only scant bones and traces of the creature behind. You then regain hit points equal to half your warlock level, adding a number of hit points equal to your charisma modifier (minimum 1) to this amount for each size category of the creature consumed above Tiny. Once use this ability, you can not use it again until you complete a short or long rest.
Also at 1st level, you learn to disguise yourself in the same way as your patron. You may cast polymorph on yourself without consuming a spell slot or material components. Cast in this way, you may only transform into a CR 0 cat, you retain your Wisdom, Charisma, and Intelligence scores, and the fact that you are transformed in this way cannot be detected by spells such as detect magic or abilities such as truesight, though others may still deduce your true nature if you behave in a way that is unusual for a cat. You may end this transformation at will You may cast polymorph with this feature once, and require a long rest before you may do so again.
Blessing of Sloth
Starting at 6th level, your patron's laziness has begun to have an effect on you. You can cast catnap once without using a spell slot. When you do so, you may target a number of willing creatures as if you had cast the spell using a warlock spell slot, and you can include yourself without counting against the number of targets. If you do, you remain aware of your surroundings using your passive Perception score and can end the spell on yourself early at will; you are otherwise treated as unconscious. You may use this feature once, and require a short rest before you may do so again.
When you cast catnap on yourself using this feature and you are suffering any levels of exhaustion, you may make a constitution saving throw (Save DC 15). On a success, you lose 1 level of exhaustion at the end of the nap. Once you use this portion of the feature you may not do so again until you have finished a long rest, regardless of whether you failed the saving throw or not.
Gift of Gluttony
When you reach 10th level, your patron's hunger is now yours. When you use your Feast of the Great One feature, you may use it on the corpse of any creature regardless of type and will not suffer any of the negative effects you might normally suffer from eating one of these creatures. Additionally, the time it takes to consume a creature with this feature is reduced: one bonus action for a Tiny creature, one action for a Small creature, one minute for a Medium creature, and 10 minutes for a Large or Huge creature.
Finally, you are immune to poison damage and the poisoned condition.
Avatar of Odie
When you reach 14th level, your patron allows you to summon another of His servants. As an action, you may summon an avatar of Odie in an unoccupied space within 30 feet of you. This avatar has the statistics of a Hellhound, but with the following differences:
- Its creature type is abberation instead of fiend
- Its Fire Breath deals psychic damage instead of fire
- Its fire breath and bite attacks deal 1 extra die of damage
- It is summoned with additional temporary hit points equal to twice your warlock level.
Odie's avatar is friendly to you and your companions, acts on its own initiative, and disappears after it is reduced to 0 hit points or after 5 minutes have passed. You may summon Odie's avatar once, and require a short or long rest before you may do so again.