Can a warlock use Pact of the Blade to restructure a magical pact weapon into a different form?

I don’t have the exact text, but I’m going to be running a Fey Warlock for an upcoming campaign. I remember this for Pact of the Blade at level 3: You may create your pact weapon in any form you wish, and you have proficiency with your weapon.

I don’t have the exact wording, but I know that you can make a magical weapon your pact weapon by spending some time with it, which can be done as part of a short rest.

My question is:

Let’s say the party finds a magical axe that let’s say its a +1 axe. If I make that weapon my pact weapon, then I summon it: can I choose what form it comes in? For instance, taking a magical axe, making it my pact weapon, and then reforming it as, a rapier instead. Or finding a magical weapon with an elemental-alignment, and restructuring it into a weapon better suited for the character?

The only time I could think that you would consider trying this with the Pact of the Blade is if you’re running a dex-based magical warrior, but it was an interesting idea that popped into my head. Does this work?

Can a warlock willingly limit the use of its magic power? [closed]

A warlock’s pact magic spell slot levels power up by character level in DnD 5e.

Must I burn the whole warehouse by using Burning Hands or can I limit range and power? Essential question if wood and straw are surrounding me.

Some cantrips power up by character level too. But when I want to weaken a target and spare it for later interrogation, can I limit my use of cantrips or warlock spell slot power to a lower degree, or decide to use only one of up to four eldritch blast beams? Any official rules for this?

P.S: I don’t wanted to kill the kobold, I just struggled…with the dagger in my hand!

Can a 5th level Pact of the blade warlock, use his action to grapple, then attack twice with his pact weapon?

By RAW, when I use a grapple:

"Grappling

When you want to grab a creature or wrestle with it, you can use the Attack action…"

And the 5th level eldrich invocation:

"Thirsting Blade

Prerequisite: 5th level, Pact o f the Blade feature

You can attack with your pact weapon twice, instead of once, whenever you take the Attack action on your turn."

So, by RAW, can the warlock, with those requisites, use his action to grapple and then attack twice with his pact weapon?

Is my Warlock useless to the group now that we have a wizard with Eldritch Blast and two Bards who focus on utility?

Recently the other players in my group got tired of their characters; now they’ve turned up with new ones and I’m worried that my Warlock has nothing to add to the group anymore.

My Character

Level 5 human Pact of the Tome warlock, Fiend patron.
Stats: STR 14, DEX 12, CON 13, INT 14, WIS 14, CHA 19
Invocations: Agonizing Blast, Repelling Blast and Devil’s Sight.
Feats: Spell Sniper
Spells: hex, darkness, hunger of Hadar, invisibility, and comprehend languages

My group: a barbarian, two bards, a wizard and a rogue/druid multi-class (sorry I don’t know specifics on their classes); a Sorcerer or Cleric might be joining soon.

I am thinking that now that we have a wizard (with EB), it’s stupid to have the ritual invocation (Book of Ancient Secrets). One bard is the face whilst the other has utility spells like charm person and darkness; I’m not a Hexblade so I can’t go melee.

I feel like I’m just an extra mouth to feed; is there anything more I can do to contribute to the party that someone else isn’t doing better?

The DM rolls to see if we have night-time encounters or not.

Is a Spell-Refueling Ring useless for a Warlock once reaching level 7? [duplicate]

My Warlock just got a ring with the Artificer Infusion "Spell-Refueling Ring", this infusion states:

While wearing this ring, the creature can recover one expended spell slot as an action. The recovered slot can be of 3rd level or lower. Once used, the ring can’t be used again until the next dawn.

However, I am a Warlock which means that at 7th level, I literally do not have any 3rd level or lower spell slots. Does the ring thus become useless at this point and I should just give it to another party member?

Can a 1st level spell from the aberrant dragonmark be casted by soley pact magic spell slots from a warlock?

For an adventure in D&D 5e starting at level 1 I have created a variant human warlock, with the feat aberrant dragonmark. I have chosen witch bolt as my first level spell from the feat.

In addition, choose a 1st-level spell from the sorcerer spell list. You learn that spell and can cast it through your mark.

My problem is from the that fact that the spell comes from the sorcerer spell list and makes me question, could I even be able to cast witch bolt using pact magic spell slots because it can also be found on the warlock spell list? If I can cast it, then my next question would be would be under the mark’s spell modifier (constitution) or or my warlock spell modifier (charisma)?