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Filling in the Blanks: Wizard Cantrips

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Cantrips have always been a staple in any casters arsenal! And now, you too can have some sweet spells to line your pockets, slay your foes, or just keep on keeping on. Seven wizardly cantrips ported over for 5th edition use. Some old, and some new(ish). Exhaust, destroy and detect with seven spells you simple can not do without! The dust comes off of 3rd edition for this one.

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This series will take classic rules, classes, spells and items and revamp them for use in Fifth Edition. Things chosen for conversion will try to keep true to their original form, but may require tweaks and modifications to their rules to function within the 5e ruleset. If there is anything you would like to see ported over for 5e use let me know. You can leave a comment or message me directly on twitter: @CTBriscoes

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Nicholas M October 12, 2018 2:25 pm UTC
So the acid splash cantrip already exists in the phb and is better.
The Resistance cantrip already exists, is better, and is on the cleric spell list
Detect Magic while not a cantrip is a ritual so it doesnt take a spell slot to cast anyways

the other cantrips were nice though. though one could argue disrupt undead would now probably only fall under cleric, but thats a DM's perogative there.
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Joshua M October 12, 2018 4:19 pm UTC
You're absolutely right, and I have taken time to point that out. I also have noted that there are differences between the 3e and 5e versions and that direct ports may end up with similar versions with slight differences. In regards to disrupt undead, if you want clerics to have it in your campaign go nuts. It would actually make a lot of sense for them to get it, especially grave clerics.
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Christopher B May 24, 2019 8:57 pm UTC
I am not sure if the 5E version of Acid Splash or Resistance are better in all cases. For the 5E version of Acid Splash, the advantages are that you can choose to hit two targets who are standing very close together and the overall range is doubled. But, the original cantrip does a bit more damage on the first turn and then additional damage on the next turn. So, you trade range (and the potential to hit two close together targets) for the ability to do more damage. As for Resistance, the 5E version allows for the potential of a greater bonus, depending on your dice roll, to a single saving throw, but then it ends. The original version only grants a +1 bonus, but it applies to all saving throws for the duration of the spell. Even the original Detect Magic cantrip has an advantage, while it does take up a cantrip slot, and have a shorter duration (which is probably not a big deal since it is an at-will cantrip), it does have twice the range of the 5E version. And, yes, the 5E version can be cast as a ritual,...See more
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