I never cared for the 3.5 version, not sure why.I loved the 4th edition version, both the standard and hexblade. I also enjoyed they idea that they took the shortcut to power.Those are the only warlocks I have experience with.
tbh, the warlock version in 3.5 felt like a poor man's sorcerer that didn't know what it was trying to accomplish. The Infernalist in fantasycraft is somewhat better, but that's an advanced class and so I won't count it for the purposes of this.4e is the only case i've seen where warlocks are really trying to strike their own niche, though I prefer the standard over the hexblade (especially since it ties into the backgrounds for tieflings in 4e).Most other versions i've seen suffer from feeling too much like a wizard with a gimmick.
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