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Geometer Arcane Tradition

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The Geometer is a Wizard Arcane Tradition inspired by the prestige class originally published in the D&D 3.5e Complete Arcane handbook.

Wizards who practice the Geometer arcane tradition learn to trace sigils in the air during spellcasting that substitute for a spell’s verbal and material components. Geometers also use geometric shorthand when scribing spells, which decreases the time and cost of copying spells into their spell books.


 
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Erik L February 19, 2019 8:13 pm UTC
How does this product differ from “School of Geometry”?
https://www.dmsguild.com/product/267026/School-of-Geometry
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Scott B February 19, 2019 9:48 pm UTC
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It's completely different. I just noticed the school of geometry that was recently published (today?). This title is my bare bones interpretation of the geometer subclass. I intend to flesh out the archetype a bit more and refine it after playtesting and processing feedback. The school of geometry is a different take on the subclass entirely by another author. One of the things I love about D&D 5e is that there are so many ways to interpret features and abilities to create uniquely different content.

Thanks for inquiring, and I hope that I answered your question. I haven't really looked over the school of geometry, so I don't know all its features and how they compare to this archetype.
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Erik L February 20, 2019 12:11 am UTC
Thanks for the quick feedback.
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