Talk:Bookish Sorcerer (3.5e Alternate Class Feature)

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Is this a primarily flavorful option or is there a benefit I'm not understanding? I like it and would play it I'm just wondering because the 1 spell per day loss is a weird thing to trade for not having to cross class for the Knowledge skills - Aeturo (talk) 12:22, 31 January 2017 (MST)

And for getting all those lovely skill points from being int-based. --Ghostwheel (talk) 12:32, 31 January 2017 (MST)
I guess, but you have to spend 8 of them on Knowledges to get the ACF anyway. That makes it seem like it evens out to me at least at first level, and then you could put later skill points into other skills but they won't be as high as the skills you chose at first. Plus Sorcs are a pretty SAD class so having a high int initially normally isn't hard. - Aeturo (talk) 12:39, 31 January 2017 (MST)
It was the counterpart to the Performing Wizard (ok, so that one is bard flavored, but still), this is the wizardly sorcerer. Because Int is a bit more useful that Cha in general, due to skills and stuff, I knocked them down a spell level per day with the reasoning that the fewer spells per day was also more wizardly. The class skills are gravy. Also, Int for sorcerers is 4th place at best: everyone needs Con, and Dex is super useful. -- Eiji-kun (talk) 17:49, 31 January 2017 (MST)

What Level Spell?[edit]

It just says 1 less spell per day. A rules lawyer is going to argue for a level 0 spell. --Aarnott (talk) 14:11, 31 January 2017 (MST)

Fixing. -- Eiji-kun (talk) 17:49, 31 January 2017 (MST)