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Arcane Regulator is a wizard tradition that mixes magic with apparatuses to enhance and alter their spells. 

Can be used for any campiagn setting.

Forgotten Realms - You may come from the land of Lantan and be Lantanese wizard. 

Eberron - You could come from one of the great houses like House Cannith.

Guilds of Ravnica - You may belong to Izzet League creating other unique apparatuses.

Please feel free to ask any questions or leave constructive criticism.

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Brian S December 05, 2018 3:46 am UTC
First off, I really enjoy this concept, it screams School of Invention from GGtR UA. It was very rough, but I enjoyed the versatility it brought to the table; although that was more about reckless casting, and wild preparation rather than greater control through augmentation. I personally prefer being able to do more with my chosen spells, rather than casting at random.

Second, there is a misspelling on the second page, “Archane Apparatuses”

And as a side note, I enjoy that this is setting agnostic, but I’m definitely going to be fleshing this out and play testing with my group as an Izzet Weird PC. For that, I’ll probably change the class name to something a bit more thematic, and most of the apparatus names will be changed to “Mizzium —.” I can’t wait to pair it up with a -Mizzium Apparatus- from the GGtR, (Though, would a pairing like that work, or should I just combine the two in this instance?) and one of my own brewed items The Ballast of Arcane Induction.
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Clint A December 05, 2018 7:09 am UTC
Thank you very much. I will change the spelling error, that you pointed out.
As for the Mizzium Apparatus and the Arcane Channeler combination... this is just off the top of my head.
1. Still arcane focus
2. You could say that the magical etchings on the Arcane Channeler has a 5 tier dial, like a combination lock, that you "dial in" the spell you want to cast following the Mizzium Apparatus rules. If you fail the check, then you misaligned the etchings causing a random spell to cast.
3. Furthermore you could lower the difficultly of the Arcana check by spending "charges" from your Arcane Cache. You could spend 1 charge to lower the DC by 2 but could never be lower than a DC 10.
4. The spell slot required by the Mizzium Apparatus for casting the spell could also be supplied by the Arcane Cache per its rules.

I hope that sparks some concept ideas for you. Thanks again.
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Brian S December 07, 2018 12:12 am UTC
That actually works perfectly!! Thank you very much, I appreciate it. :D
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