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    Quote Originally Posted by Sylvengard View Post
    Yes....gotta leave some out for the PCs imagination. Can't give away all the solutions, now can I?
    pfft. My int might be a 15-16, but my wis deffiently isn't breaking 11

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    As a level 10 wizard, you begin with (from page 54 of PHB):

    level |...0...1st..2nd..3rd..4th..5th..6th-9th
    10th .|...9....5......4.....3.....2......1......--
    Last edited by Caligula; 07-23-2008 at 07:12 PM.
    Death is in the eyes of a Beholder.

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    Really, hmm. SRD pack says 2 at each level, of any you are good enough to cast. Just found it.

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    No, you choose a certain amount of spells (spells known table), and then every day you are allowed to cast a certain amount of each level (daily spells table). For instance, at level 1, you are allowed to pick four cantrips (0 level spells) and two 1st level spells. So, each level, you refer to the table and you are allowed to pick more until you reach the limit. Second table down (spells known) here.
    Death is in the eyes of a Beholder.

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    might you be looking at the wizard section, perchance, michaeljearley? include a link so that we can check it out and explain. =D generally speaking, the spells known table and spells daily table are what you are going to follow. the two per level sounds like the wizard's progression, as they don't have a spells known table.
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    Whew. I'm not losing my mind.
    Yes, I'm wizard. Much as I prefer the sorcerer casting, I like the int based concept.

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    The three of us are online, we could use the live chat, I'm there.

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    Dang...my apoligies!! I am so familiar with the sorcerer that I forgot you were playing a wizard. Truely sorry.
    Death is in the eyes of a Beholder.

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    Truth be told, I'm considering switching.

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    Nah, I'll stay wizard.

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    heheheh. well, that explains it then. =D the int is nice, but keeping track of a spell book and having to pick blindly what i know at the beginning of each day wears on me. ^^
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    Very, very, tru. Beguiler looks very interesting as well.
    http://www.crystalkeep.com/d20/rules...asses-Base.pdf

    Between these two is a rather hard decision.

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    Nah, I'll stay wizard.

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    my personal favorite is beholder mage.... now that's how i want to run a magic user. learns spells as a wizard, casts them like a sorcerer. the only catch is that even by generous estimate a beholder is ecl+20. if only there were a non-beholder variant. perhaps someday someone will let me play one. ^^ i already have a great character worked up.
    Last edited by nijineko; 07-23-2008 at 09:10 PM.
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    And all that is why I prefer fighting classes (fighter and rangers) and rogues. Don't have to worry about all those spells to keep track of.

    That and I swear I must be a rogue at heart - This will be the third rogue I am playing currently, and I also have a scout (ranger/rogue hybrid) character. Hmm, I'd say that maybe I should seek help, but I don't think I want any.
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