To make a long story short: for my first D&D campaign, I want to create a warlock that had to give up her voice as a part of her deal with her Patron.
As such, she is incapable of speaking, but she can still produce sounds with her mouth. I was wondering if that would incapacitate her from casting spells with a Verbal component.
Do spells needs a specific phrase to be cast, or does gibberish work?
Thank you all for your responses ! I brought your suggestions up to my DM and we agreed that she could not cast spells that very specificly required phrases to take effect (Suggestion for example)
For communication, she indeed made a Pact with the Great Old Ones, alllowing her to speak telepathically.
Thank you all for your help !