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The Sorcerer Class, Revisited attempts to address common community critiques of the Sorcerer class with minimal changes to the class. Incorporate into this revised variant of the sorcerer class are: additional spells known, additional metamagic options, and a spell points system. If you feel the sorcerer class in the Player's Handbook lacks a distinct identity as a spellcaster, check out the Sorcerer Class, Revisited!

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Daniel M November 13, 2018 4:25 pm UTC
In the ability 'metamagic mastery' you could pick twinned spell which would be op for things like 9th level spells because of the large difference in metamagic point from 9 to 0
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Benjamin H November 15, 2018 6:19 am UTC
That's an extremely good point and something I'll address in the update.
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Daniel S October 23, 2018 10:07 am UTC
Enjoying this class very much, though there is a small problem:

The number of Metamagic options you get according to the description is different from the table. According to the table you also get another MM option at level 4.
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Benjamin H November 15, 2018 6:20 am UTC
Thank you, I'll correct that in the update. In the meantime, the class table is correct, not the feature text.
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Damian F September 28, 2018 5:52 pm UTC
This looks really fun and I am actively encouraging my group's Sorcerer to switch over.

However, one minor thought which isn't touched on in the document: How would the Sorcerer's Spell Point system function when it comes to Multiclassing?
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Damian F September 28, 2018 7:52 pm UTC
Oh, also worth noting - while in the prologue you mention changing Metamagic to include 4th level, you forgot to include this in the actual Metamagic section of the document.
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Benjamin H October 03, 2018 4:25 am UTC
It wouldn't interact with other forms of spellcasting, the same way a Warlock's Pact Magic feature doesn't. I will clarify that in the document!
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