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The Mage

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Turn a new page in the history of magic, with the Mage class. In the spirit of the warrior and the clown, the mage offers players versaility as their core strength. From healing to hurling death, the mage can do it all.

Here's what you get:

  • The Mage class, including fourteen "subclasses" (i.e. subschools): Adventuring, Body, Control, Energy, Entropy, Forms, Grave, Illusion, Lair, Mercy, Pit, Release, Shadow, and Wrath.
  • A new variant and entirely non-Vancian spellcasting system based on augmenting spells as you cast them.
  • 122 unique spells, organized into new Schools and Subschools, for use with the Mage class.

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Stephanie R May 13, 2019 4:01 pm UTC
What is the spellcasting ability for this class?
How does this class’s spellcasting system combine with other forms of spellcasting when multiclassing?
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Joe K May 14, 2019 12:39 am UTC
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Hi Stephanie,

Spellcasting Ability is covered on page 5. Basically, you choose one of your mental ability scores use that as your spellcasting ability. Once you make the choice, you can't change it later.

As for multiclassing, this class doesn't really use "spell slots" at all, so it's easy enough to run it alongside a conventional/Vancian-type caster like a Cleric or a Sorcerer. The Mage spells would have their own Frequencies, and your multiclass caster would use their slots.

Hope you enjoy the Mage!
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