Talk:Conduit of the Lower Planes (3.5e Class)

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RatedNeutral.png Foxwarrior is neutral on this article and rated it 2 of 4.
This class shows the reason why spherecasting is a bad idea.

Compare this to the Tome Sorcerer, which is just a slightly more streamlined version of a normal Sorcerer. The Tome Sorcerer casts about like someone with 3 to 6 spheres at every level. That means level 2 and level 14.

The Conduit of the Lower Planes casts like someone with 1 sphere at level 2, and like someone with 9 spheres at level 14. See the difference? I sure do, and it annoys me to no end.

I grudgingly admit that this progression is actually more like the Wizard than like the Sorcerer, and while I prefer the Sorcerer, the Wizard is more central to the Very High balance point.

I think this is a Sorcerer problem, not a conduit problem... Surgo 02:05, 9 August 2012 (UTC)
Are you saying that a high level character should know more spells of their highest level than a low level character should? --Foxwarrior 02:26, 9 August 2012 (UTC)
Not necessarily, but in the Conduit's case it's okay because their spell list is insanely limited. Surgo 03:23, 9 August 2012 (UTC)

Planar Apotheoses[edit] it just me or is this missing a few Planar Apotheoses? I know I'm new here, but shouldn't The Abyss, Hades, and Gehenna have...something? TheDarkest 12:58, 4 September 2013 (UTC)

It is, yes. That's because when this was transcribed (at least) there were none set for those planes. I don't know if the original writer has fixed that or if it has just lulled into this forever now. --TK-Squared (talk) 12:14, 10 September 2013 (UTC)
Ah, all right. Let's hope it's not the latter of the two. TheDarkest 19:25, 11 September 2013 (UTC)