The Void, Variant (5e Subclass)
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How does one best describe our Dread Patron? Imagine a perfect, cloudless midnight, cold as winter ice and shrouded in shadow. That is our patron we call The Void. Other names one can call our patron are simply Chaos, Doom, and Discord. There is more truth in The Void than the gods others hold so high, for we know exactly what our master wants and the best way to serve. Murder the world, bring an end to all that is.
Note: This variant is treated as though it were The Void subclass, granting it access to any Invocations and Boons exclusive to that subclass as well.
|1st||Inflict Wounds, Sleep|
|3rd||Animate Dead, Slow|
|4th||Banishment, Mordenkainen's Private Sanctum|
|5th||Contagion, Dominate Person|
- Gaze of The Void
Starting at 1st level, you have darkvision with a range of 60 ft. If you receive darkvision from another source, extend that darkvision's range by 30 ft.
In addition, you may as a bonus action to immediately extinguish any non-magical flame you designate no larger than a torch and within 60 ft.
- Shroud of The Void
Also starting at 1st level, the Void Weave within you, blurring your appearance in the darkness. While you are in shade or darkness, you can use your reaction to turn invisible for 1 minute. The effect ends if exposed to bright light or sunlight; try to attack or cast a spell. You can use this ability equal to your Charisma modifier (minimum of 1) per long rest.
- Power of The Void
At 6th level, The void powers your magic, you ignore the somatic and verbal requirements of spells.
- Empty Soul
At 10th level, the emptiness within you overwhelms even that of outside influences and you become closer to the darkness that awaits all. You gain resistance to necrotic and cold damage. You also have advantage on saving throws made against mind-affecting spells and abilities.
- Hunger of The Void
At 14th level, when you reduce a creature to 0 hit points, they must succeed a constitution save or their soul immediately is consumed by your patron. This process rips the soul from its body; if the creature is undead or a living construct, the corpse also disintegrates. The creature cannot be resurrected by anything short of a wish spell.