Lábak of Baba Yaga, warlock patron for 5e D&D

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Lábak of Baba Yaga, warlock patron for 5e D&D

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Baba Yaga as a warlock patron? Yes, please.

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Interesting! I recently acquired Kobold Press's Tome of Beasts, which provides some Baba Yaga lore for their Midgard setting in the Baba Yaga's Horsemen entry.
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Re: Lábak of Baba Yaga, warlock patron for 5e D&D

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timemrick wrote:
Fri Sep 13, 2019 6:15 pm
Interesting! I recently acquired Kobold Press's Tome of Beasts, which provides some Baba Yaga lore for their Midgard setting in the Baba Yaga's Horsemen entry.
In the 13th Age sourcebook for Midgard, Baba Yaga is presented as an icon—one of the most powerful NPCs in the setting. So representing her as a warlock patron makes good sense from a lore perspective.

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