Mace of Dispater 5E Invocation (UA)

Hello warlocks of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my spellbook and thank you so much for checking out the 15th episode of our eldritch invocations unearthed arcana edition today we’re going to be taking a look at another one of those overpowered warlock weapons. Today we’re looking at mace of dispater 5e just for clarifications unearthed arcana is play testable material so you can playtest it just run it past your DM first. In any case let’s take a look at the description.

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There are two prerequisites here. First you have to pick the fiend as your patron and you have to have the pact of the blade feature. The description reads as followed.

When you create your pact weapon as a mace, it manifests as an iron mace forged in Dis, the second of the Nine Hells. When you hit a creature with it, you can expend a spell slot to deal an additional 2d8 force damage to the target per spell level, and you can knock the target prone if it is Huge or smaller.

So extra damage and you get to knock a prone pretty cool stuff! Let’s take a look at the overview. You can also check out this does pact weapon use charisma?


Essentially you gain a mace as your pact weapon, on a hit you can expend a spell slot to deal an extra 2d8 force damage per spell slot level and you can also knock targets prone if huge or smaller.

Really good, too good naturally. I would allow something like 1d6 per spell level and make it usable once per short rest. So 1d6 per spell level or 2d4 for planning on being generous and then you’ve knocked the target prone and can be used it once per short rest. I think that’s pretty fair. Do you know how does multiattack work 5e.


If you think so if you did agree, disagree, if you would let this in your game if you wouldn’t please let me know why. That being said, same goes for if you have any combo’s as well, i always forget to bring that up but yeah that’d be great. That being said, i hope you all have a great day and as always happy casting. Also check out thirsting blade 5e | mask of many faces | mace of disruption 5e | mage armor |

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