The Warlock

lucia_aselecia_s_curse__warlock__by_janemini-d8f85boWizards cast spells. Clerics utter prayers. Sorcerers draw on their magical bloodlines and druids draw on the power of nature. You do none of these things, or perhaps all of them. Others call you “Warlock” for your abilities call upon otherworldly beings to work magic. For you, magic is simply a means to an end, regardless of from whence it arises. You are not bound by the precepts of the arcane or the divine. You do as you see fit, limited only by your ability to channel the energy you desire through your very being. Perhaps you do in fact have a relationship to some elder and forgotten deity that assists you  in your work. On the other hand, you might be your own god.

OVERVIEW

Play style: With its free-wheeling style of combat magic, the warlock is designed for new or experienced players who want to take on the role of a spellcaster without the complexities of preparing a spellbook or suite of prayers. Players who enjoy making lots of choices or exploring a class’ potential for hidden gems may find the warlock a bit underwhelming.

Ability Scores: As a warlock, your magic might come from tireless research, deft bargaining or channeling raw magical energy in a brute-force fashion. Add +2 to your Charisma or Constitution so long as you haven’t added to that score with your racial bonus. Whichever stat you choose is the one you will use for attack and damage with your eldritch bolt attacks (see Eldritch Bolt class feature).

Races: High elves follow the path of the warlock more often than that of the wizard. The intrigues of the Elf Queen’s Court lend itself naturally to servitude and fey bargains.  Gnomes can become enamored to the game of deviousness and deceitfulness required to forge contracts with the powerful or corrupt. Humans will easily trade his soul in exchange for power heedless of it true value, making the warlock a natural fit. Half-elves and half-orcs, already neither one race nor another, seek to create an opportunity for a better life where often none existed before.

Backgrounds: Disgraced Apprentice, I see The Truth in the Stars, Bearer of the Forbidden Tomes, Eclectic Education, Chosen Disciple.

Icons: Icons who are strongly associated with either the arcane or the divine view the Warlock with some distrust or even hostility for crossing long-respected boundaries. Conversely, those who traffic in demonic or necromantic magics make very good use of Warlock abilities.

Gear

At 1st level, a warlock has a focus of power – an implement through which she directs her will, such as a rod, wand, or staff.

The warlock might carry a simple weapon, but generally avoids the use of armor unless she takes the black blade of enervation talent. Warlocks with some real-world experience have a small savings of about 25 gp to begin with. Those who are venturing forth into the world for the first time have 1d6 x 10 gp.

Armor: Armor is not usually a strong point for the warlock. She must spend a great deal of time studying and learning to blend the various magical traditions which doesn’t leave much time for warrior proficiencies.

Warlock Armor and AC

Type Base AC
None 10
Light 12
Heavy 14 (-4 Attack)
Shield +1 (-1 Attack)

Weapons: Magic is the warlock’s weapon, plain and simple. It is at her beck and call all day, every day. She may envelope enemies in flame one moment, entangle opponents in poisonous vines the next, and then drain vitality with a vampiric touch. She is also versed with a few simple weapons should the occasional pesky anti-magic field come into play.

Warlock Melee Weapons

 

One-Handed

Two-Handed

Simple 1d4 dagger 1d6 staff
Light 1d6 club, rod 1d8 short spear
Heavy 1d8 axe, warhammer (-2 attack) 1d10 maul, Morningstar (-5 attack)

Warlock Ranged Weapons

 

One-Handed

Crowssbow

Bow

Simple 1d4 dagger 1d4 hand crossbow
Light 1d6 javelin 1d6 light crossbow 1d6 shortbow (-2 attack)
Heavy 1d8 heavy crossbow 1d8 longbow (-5 attack)

Basic Attacks

Melee Attack
At-Will:
One enemy
Attack: 
Strength + Level vs AC
Hit:
Weapon + Strength damage
Miss:
Damage is equal to level

Ranged Attack
At-Will:
One enemy
Attack:
Dexterity + Level vs AC
Hit:
Weapon + Dexterity Damage
Miss:
None.

WARLOCK STATS

Ability Bonus +2 Charisma or Intelligence (different from racial bonus)
Initiative DEX mod + Level
Armor Class (light armor) 10 + middle mod of Con/Dex/Wis + Level
Physical Defense 11 + middle mod of Str/Con/Dex + Level
Mental Defense 13 + middle mod of Int/Wis/Cha + Level
Hit Points 3 x (6 + Con mod)
Recoveries 7
Recovery Dice 1d6 + Con mod
Backgrounds 8 points, max 5 in any one background
Icon Relationships 3 points
Talents 3
Feat 1 per level

WARLOCK LEVEL PROGRESSION

Warlock Level Total Hit Points Total Number of Feats Total Number of Talents Amount of Guile Gained Per Turn Level-up Ability Bonuses Damage bonus from Ability Score
Level 1 (6 + CON mod) x 3 1 adventurer 3 1 Ability modifier
Level 2 (6 + CON mod) x 4 2 adventurer 3 1 Ability modifier
Level 3 (6 + CON mod) x 5 3 adventurer 3 2 Ability modifier
Level 4 (6 + CON mod) x 6 4 adventurer 3 2 +1 to 3 abilities Ability modifier
Level 5 (6 + CON mod) x 8 4 adventurer

1 champion

4 3 2 x ability modifier
Level 6 (6 + CON mod) x 10 4 adventurer

2 champion

4 3 2 x ability modifier
Level 7 (6 + CON mod) x 12 4 adventurer

3 champion

4 3 +1 to 3 abilities 2 x ability modifier
Level 8 (6 + CON mod) x 16 4 adventurer

3 champion

1 epic

5 4 3 x ability modifier
Level 9 (6 + CON mod) x 20 4 adventurer

3 champion

2 epic

5 4 3 x ability modifier
Level 10 (6 + CON mod) x 24 4 adventurer

3 champion

3 epic

5 +1 to 3 abilities 3 x ability modifier

Warlock Class Features

Warlocks gain Eldritch Bolt, Warlock’s Pact, and Pact Magic as class features.

Eldritch Bolt

You gain the eldritch bolt spell.

Eldritch Bolt

Ranged Spell
At-Will
Target: 1 creature up to far away
Attack: Charisma + Level vs. PD
Hit: 1d6 per level + Charisma damage
Miss: damage equal to your level

Adventurer Feat: You can use your eldritch bolt as a ranged basic attack.
Champion Feat: Increase damage to 1d8
Epic Feat: Eldritch bolt now does half damage on a miss.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you may use a pact boon as a quick action to make a nearby enemy anathema to your eldritch bolt attacks. Until the end of the battle, on a 16+ hit, you deal 2d6 additional damage to the target

Adventurer feat: You pact boon damage increases to
Champion feat: Your pact boon damage increases to
Epic feat: Until the end of the battle you may roll 2d20 when you make an eldritch bolt attack against the target, and take the higher roll.

the_pact_by_sstarkm-d7pcfplWARLOCK’S PACT

Choose a Pact below.

You may assign you relationship points as normal, with a limitation that one Icon must have more relationship points (positive, negative, or ambiguous) than any other. This is your chosen pact Icon. You may start with a 3 point relationship with an Evil Icon, and you may raise this to 5 (or higher) as you would with a Good or Neutral Icon. You also have a powerful patron (see Patron below), often an agent of your chosen Icon, who is the source of your bargained or stolen power.

You gain a number of pact boons per day equal to the number of relationship points you have with your pact Icon. You use pact boons to empower various warlock abilities, and you regain your pact boons after a full heal-up.

At the beginning of the session before you roll your relationship dice, you may invoke your patron. If you do so, you gain an additional pact boon for each 6 rolled. However for each roll of 1 or 2, your patron has an Agenda for you to complete (see Agenda below).

Adventurer feat: Once per session, when invoking your patron you can reroll any pact Icon relationship dice that rolls less than 6. A die can only be rerolled once, and you must take the result of the reroll.
Champion feat: When invoking your patron, a 5 is a pact boon.
Epic feat: You now only gain an Agenda on a 1.

Black Contract

Patron’s Icons: Crusader, Diabolist, Lich King, Prince of Shadows, The Three

Your eldritch bolt deals fire damage.
When you reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with an eldritch bolt attack, you deal fire damage equal to your Constitution modifier to each nearby enemy. At 5th level, you deal double the modifier. At 8th level, it’s triple.

Champion feat: Add your Charisma to the fire damage

Blood Pact

Patron’s Icons: Diabolist, Lich King, Orc Lord, Prince of Shadows

Your eldritch bolt deals negative energy damage.
When you reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with  your eldritch bolt attack, you regain hit points equal to your Constitution modifier. At 5th level, you regain double your Constitution modifier. At 8th level, triple the modifier.

Champion feat: As above, except you also regain hit points when you stagger a non-mook

Eldritch Covenant

Patron’s Icons: Archmage, Diabolist, Elf Queen, Lich King, Prince of Shadows, The Three

Your eldritch bolt deals psychic damage.
When you stagger a non-mook enemy with an eldritch bolt attack, the target becomes confused until the start of your next turn.

Champion feat: When you reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with your eldritch bolt attack, each enemy nearby to the target gains fear until the end of your next

Fey Bargain

Patron’s Icons: Elf Queen, High Druid, Prince of Shadows

Choose one Patron’s Gift below.

When you reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with your eldritch bolt attack, you can teleport to a nearly area as a free action.

Champion feat: When you stagger  a nearby non-mook enemy with your eldritch bolt attack, you can switch locations with the target using teleport as a free action.

Sacred Concord

Patron’s Icons: Great Gold Wyrm, High Druid, Priestess

Your eldritch bolt deals holy damage.

When you reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with an eldritch bolt attack, a nearby ally gains temporary hit points equal to your Charisma modifier. At 5th level, double the modifier. At 8th level, it’s triple.

Champion feat: As above, except the ally also regains an equal amount of hit points.

Patron

Your patron must have a name, an origin and two dominions. An origin describes what type of creature your patron is such as fey, elemental, or undead. A dominion describes a realm of power or control, such as war, justice, blight, illusion, time, fire, life and so on. A specific character backstory event will help you decide what dominions your patron has. If you made your pact in order to get revenge on your sister for stealing the family inheritance, your patron might have family or wealth as dominions. If your patron gave you the affections of a desired lover, consider lust or illusion as dominions.

Agenda

The GM will tell you what that Agenda entails. An Agenda is only enforceable once you accept it, however, until you complete the Agenda, you cannot level up or gain incremental advances. Your patron has a vested interest in seeing the Agenda come to pass and doesn’t mind playing a little rough to ensure your cooperation.

An Agenda should be something you can accomplish within the course of the adventure without relying on a single die roll to succeed. Good Agendas create conflicts of interest or expose secrets. If the Agenda fits well at the end of the sentence, “While you’re over there, why don’t you be a dear and… “, that’s probably a good Agenda.

You have the right to tell the GM to modify or rewrite the Agenda if it:

  • would significantly pull you away from the main story or the rest of the party
  • does not seem attainable within one session
  • includes directives that are hurtful or offensive to you as a player.

It may be helpful to talk with your GM ahead of time about possible Agendas your patron might have or even provide a short list of examples. It’s your patron, after all. You probably know what it wants more than the GM does.

PACT MAGIC

You lack formal training and understanding  of the structure of spells or prayers, so you must beseech your patron to supply the eldritch knowledge and power needed to invoke a ritual casting. You may cast a ritual spell from any class’s spell list, except any spell granted by a class talent or feature. However, the magic costs you more than it would for wizards and clerics.

Willingly sacrificing one of your recoveries in place of an adventurer tier spell is often enough satisfy your patron into providing the ability to produce a lasting magical working. The more potent the rituals, the greater the toll and sacrifice demanded. Champion tier rituals require a sacrifice of two recoveries, and an epic tier ritual demands three recoveries.

You can also appease your patron by sacrificing a true magic item in place of your recoveries. The item offered must be at least as powerful as the ritual in question; an adventurer tier item for an adventurer tier ritual and so forth. (See Rituals in the 13th Age core rulebook).

Should your skill check fail while performing the ritual, your GM might rule that you lose an additional recovery. A few rituals may require sacrificing gold or additional true magic items for extraordinary effect. If the result you’re going for is so extreme that the GM tells you it requires sacrificing a life, consider attempting a different ritual or placating the GM with a direct offering instead. Gifts of pizza and dice work wonders.

Once per day, you may use a pact boon in place of a recovery.

  • Champion feat: You can use your pact boon twice per day, but only once per ritual.

Warlock Class Talents

Choose three class talents. You gain an a additional talent at 5th and 8th level.

Black Blade

You gain a +2 bonus to AC.

Once per battle, as a quick action you can change your eldritch bolt into a close-quarters spell until the end of the battle. This is your black blade. You can end black blade as a quick action to change eldritch bolt back into a ranged spell. Black blade is still an eldritch bolt with regards to other warlock features and talents.

While using black blade, you can only target engaged or nearby enemies, but you can add your Constitution modifier to your eldritch bolt damage. At 5th level, you deal double the modifier. At 8th level, deal triple.

Choose cold, lightning or poison. Now when you use black blade, your eldritch bolt deals that energy type damage.

When you crit with black blade, you deal 5 ongoing damage of the chosen energy type to the target. At 5th level, increase to 10 ongoing. At 8th level, increase to 15 ongoing.

Pact Boon

Once battle per day when using black blade, you can use a pact boon to gain temporary hit points equal to your Charisma modifier when you hit with a natural odd roll. This lasts until the end of the battle. At 5th level, you gain double your modifier. At 8th level, gain triple.

Adventurer feat: You can now use your black blade to make melee basic attacks, including opportunity attacks.
Champion Feat: Staggered enemies are vulnerable to your black blade
Epic feat: Increase your black blade damage die (d6s to d8s, d8s to d10s, etc.) by one.

the_summoner_by_corndoggy-d8zxxsgConjure Spellbound Servant

Once per day, as a standard action, you can conjure an otherworldly creature, faery, or daemon that lasts until the end of the battle. No matter what you summon, it’s definitely apparent that it is NOT of this world. When conjured, the spellbound servant appears in any nearby location you can see.

The spellbound servant has the same stats and rules as a ranger’s animal companion, and the spellbound servant’s level is equal to your level.

You can improve your spellbound servant using the following feats, and you do not have to take the feats in order.

Adventurer Feat:  Once  per  day,  your  spellbound  servant  can attack twice in a round as a standard
Adventurer Feat: Once per day, reroll one of your spellbound servant missed attack
Adventurer Feat: Your spellbound servant adds the escalation die to its attacks.

Champion Feat:  Your  anathema  pact boon (see  Eldritch  Blast) also applies to your spellbound servant‘s
Champion Feat: As a quick action, you can have your spellbound servant create an aura about Choose cold, fire, negative energy, or poison. While the aura is active, the spellbound servant’s damage dice increase by one size, and it deals damage of the chosen type on its melee attacks, but it takes damage equal to your level each time its natural attack roll is odd.

Epic Feat: Increase your spellbound servant’s damage die by one size (d6s to d8s, d8s to d10s, ).
Epic Feat:  Your spellbound servant  gains a +2 bonus to all

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to gain an additional use of conjure spellbound servant.

Epic feat: You can use your conjure spellbound servant pact boon twice per day.

Encompassing Horror

Once per battle, you can choose to reduce the size of your eldritch bolt damage die by one (d8s to d6s, d6s to d4s, etc.). If you do, you can target 1d2 additional enemies within range.

Pact Boon

Once per day, before you roll an eldritch bolt attack, as a free action you can declare your eldritch bolt to be a chain spell.

Adventurer feat:  On  a  natural  even  hit,  staggered  enemies become stuck until the end of your next
Champion feat: On a natural 16+ hit, staggered enemies gain the fear condition until the end of your next turn.
Epic feat: You can use the encompassing horror pact boon twice per

Eldritch Knowledge

You’ve delved into forgotten tombs, read forbidden tomes, and bargained your soul with Elder beings. You gain the Cthonic Scholar +5 background for free. From this research, you have been given the knowledge of forbidden or guarded magic. The magic you have gleaned is dependent on the pact that you have forged in your quest for power.

Black Contract

Choose one of the following Cleric Domains: Death, Lore, Strength, Trickery, Vengeance, or War. You gain all the domain’s advantages, including the ability to use the domain’s invocation once per day.

You can use the domain’s feats if you wish, reinterpreting them to help your warlock abilities and powers as necessary.

Blood Pact

Choose one Necromancer spell of your level. You can cast this spell once per day, and you can change this spell each time you take a full heal-up.

Eldritch Covenant

Choose one Occultist spell of your level. You can cast this spell once per day, and you can change this spell each time you take a full heal-up.

Fey Bargain

Choose one Bard spell of your level. You can cast this spell once per day, and you can change this spell each time you take a full heal-up.

Sacred Concord

Choose one Cleric spell of your level. You can cast this spell once per day, and you can change this spell each time you take a full heal- up.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to gain another use of your eldritch knowledge invocation or spell.

Adventurer feat: Spells gained with eldritch knowledge can be used with your pact magic ability without needing to sacrifice recoveries.
Champion feat: Choose a second domain or spell, depending on your pact. You can choose from either each time you use your eldritch knowledge
Epic feat: You can use your eldritch knowledge pact boon twice per

Fickle Fate

Once per day when the escalation die is 1+, as a free action at the start of the round, you can roll a d4. If you roll a 1, decrease the escalation die by one. If you roll a 4, increase the escalation die by one.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to gain another use of fickle fate.

Adventurer Feat: You now roll a If you roll a 5 or 6, increase the escalation die by one.
Champion Feat: As above, except you now roll 2d6, and take the higher If you roll double 1s, decrease the escalation die by one and the enemy can use the escalation die on attack rolls. If you roll 5+ on both dice, the escalation die also becomes a d8.
Epic Feat: As the champion feat, except on double 1s, the enemy gains the escalation die on all If you roll 4+ on both dice, you and your nearby allies also gain a bonus to damage rolls equal to twice the escalation die.

Malediction

You gain the ability to curse or hex an enemy once per battle.

You can curse a nearby enemy as a quick action. If you do, you cause the target to be hampered or weakened (save ends). If you sacrifice a recovery, you make the curse condition a hard save.

You can hex a nearby enemy as a quick action, If you do so, he rerolls his next successful save. If you sacrifice a recovery, the target rerolls the save as a hard save.

Malediction grants you the ability to learn the Truename of an object or creature. Once you have learned a truename, you hold power over a creatures very being.

To learn a truename, you make Intelligence skill check against the target’s MD. You must spend a standard action each round per skill check while in the presence of a creature or object. Creatures or objects of greater power require more checks before the truename is discovered; Adventurer tier requires one round, Champion Tier requires two rounds, and Epic Tier requires three.

Each time you succeed on a truename check, you sacrifice a recovery. Recoveries sacrificed cannot be recovered until you chose to forget the truename and take a full heal-up. Once you have succeeded on all truename checks, you learn the truename of your subject. You cannot attempt to learn the truename of another creature again until you forget the truename you already know.

For as long as you know a creature or object’s truename, when you curse or hex the target, you gain the following benefits against the target:

  1. You can use anathema (see Eldritch Bolt) against the target for free (it does not use a pact boon).
  2. The subject gains a -2 penalty to the saving throws for your curses and hexes.
  3. When you attempt skill checks against the target, you roll 2d20 and take the higher roll.
  4. You gain telepathic communication with the subject (but not mind-reading)
  5. You always know which direction to go to find the target, with a vague sense of distance.
  6. You can affect the target with your pact magic rituals regardless of distance at an elevated DC (normally a +5 increase to the DC).

Malediction can be used by pact magic to create ritual spells so long as the result is detrimental, horrible or ironic. Curses often relate to the well-being, health, looks, and sanity of the target; hexes affect fate, karma, luck, happenstance, and other metaphysical conditions. Be as cruel and as petty as you wish. The DM will keep you in line. The level of a malediction ritual is equal to your level (with DM approval) or less, and you cannot use malediction with pact magic again until you take a full heal-up.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to curse or hex all nearby enemies.

Adventurer Feat: The target also takes psychic damage equal to your Charisma At 5th level, damage is double the modifier. At 8th level, it’s triple.
Champion Feat: On the first failed save, the target takes 10 ongoing psychic damage and is confused. At 8th level, increase to 15 ongoing damage.
Epic Feat: You can use the malediction pact boon twice per day.

Otherworldly Might

Once per day before you roll initiative, you can choose to channel additional might from your patron as a free action. If you do, until the end of the battle, you increase your crit range by 2 with eldritch bolt, and you gain temporary hit points equal to your staggered value.

This is a taxing endeavor which leaves you unable to spend recoveries during this encounter. The first time you are staggered in a battle, you become confused (save ends).

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to gain an additional use of otherworldly might.

Adventurer Feat: Increase your eldritch bolt damage die one step while you are staggered.
Champion Feat: Once per battle, when you stagger or reduce a non-mook enemy to 0 hit points with an eldritch bolt attack, you heal using a free recovery.
Epic Feat: When you use otherworldly might, you can use anathema against all nearby enemies for free (it does not count against your total usage).

Pay the Piper

Once per day, as a free action you can allow a nearby ally to immediately reroll a d20 roll. If the ally fails on the reroll, he loses a recovery.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to gain an additional use of pay the piper.

Adventurer Feat: Your ally can add your Charisma modifier to the reroll; If the ally fails on the reroll, you gain 25 temporary HP.
Champion Feat: As above, except you gain 50 temporary HP.
Epic Feat: You can use the pay the piper pact boon twice per day.

Rain of Hellfire and Brimstone

Choose cold, fire, lightning, or negative energy. Your eldritch bolt now deals damage of this energy type. If your eldritch bolt can deal damage of a different energy type, you can choose which energy type your eldritch bolt deals each time you attack with eldritch bolt.

Once per battle, when you hit with eldritch bolt, you can deal 5 ongoing damage of the chosen energy type to all enemies nearby to the target. At 5th  level, it’s 10 ongoing damage. At 8th  level, it’s 15 ongoing damage.

Pact Boon

Once per day when you use rain of hellfire and brimstone, you can use a pact boon to instead deal the ongoing damage to all enemies you can see, including the target.

Adventurer feat: Add your Charisma modifier to the ongoing damage.
Champion feat: When you use the talent power to deal ongoing damage, targets are also vulnerable to the energy type while taking the ongoing
Epic feat: Your eldritch bolt deals triple damage when you crit against targets vulnerable to your

Sacrificial Offering

Once per battle when the escalation die is 3+, you can use sacrificial offering as a quick action. You and each nearby ally gain a bonus to defenses equal to the escalation die until the start of your next turn. At the start of the next round, reset the escalation die to 0.

Pact Boon

Once  per day,  you  can  use a  pact boon  to  roll  the escalation die instead of resetting it to 0.

Adventurer feat: If you or a nearby ally sacrifices a recovery, you and all nearby allies gain a bonus to damage rolls equal to the escalation die until the start of your next turn.
Champion feat:  Each  nearby  ally  also  gains  temporary  hit points equal to 10 times the escalation die.
Epic feat: Once per day, when you use sacrificial offering, you can also heal using a free recovery.

moonpool_teleport_by_cobaltplasma-d9opnrtCross the Void

Once per battle, you can teleport to a nearly area as a move action.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon when you use cross the void bring along all nearby allies.

Adventurer Feat: When you use cross the void, you deal damage to engaged enemies equal to your Constitution At 5thlevel, you deal double the modifier. At 8th level, it’s triple.
Champion Feat: Once per day, you can use cross the void as an interrupt action.
Epic Feat: When you use your cross the void pact boon, you can increase the escalation die by

Travel the Dreamlands

When you take a full heal-up, you may roll a d6. On a 6, you have a dream that gives you useful or otherwise unknowable information about the adventure you are on. On a 5, you also get that information but your dreams are frightful or disturbing; you regain all of your HP but only four recoveries. On a 4 or less, the GM can choose to spout bizarre gibberish at you that may or may not mean anything, but either way, until your next full heal-up, you become confused (save ends) every time you roll a natural 1 on an attack or skill check.

Pact Boon

Once per day, you can use a pact boon to use travel the dreamlands during a quick rest. If you do, for each 5 rolled, you lose one recovery.

Adventurer Feat: You now roll 2d6, and choose the highest roll.
Champion Feat: As above, except you roll 3d6s. If you roll three 6s, you gain three bits of knowledge and one pact boon to be used anytime until your next full heal-up. If you roll three 1s, you gain one fragment of unknown knowledge and three pact boons, but the horror you experience causes you to gain the fear and confused conditions (hard save ends both) every time you roll a natural 1 or 2 on any d20 roll.

Witchcraft

You gain a familiar, as the Wizard Wizard’s Familiar talent. You can spend feats on this ability as normal.

Twice per day you can cast a Wizard utility spell equal to your level or lower.

Pact Boon

Once  per  day,  you  can  use  a  pact  boon  to  gain  two  additional castings of utility spell.

Champion feat: As your pact boon, except you gain three additional castings of utility spell.
Epic feat: You can use the witchcraft pact boon twice per