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Downside? 10 min casting timeShadowcraft. Even the lowly Shadow Conjuration would do it.
upside? A crap-ton of minions
edit: Imbued Summoning works really well w this
How can you guys have missed the first sentence in Spells description for wizard?But... that sentence doesn't let me interpret the rules loosely enough to abuse them!Quote from: PHB pg. 56A wizard casts arcane spells (the same type of spells available to sorcerers and bards), which are drawn from the sorcerer/wizard spell list (page 192).
It tells you right there which spells a wizard can cast.
Now, we just need to get 1d2 Crusader onto the gestalt build, so we can (theoretically) make an infinite number of attacks that deal an infinite amount of damage...That won't be more damage than just doing either. Infinity^2 = infinity.
Sorry for the confusion.Personally, I like "not guilty", because I find that it implies "not necessarily innocent" as well.
It's officially acquitted.
I just realized that I'm not using the term 'acquitted' as it's used in a proper legal sense. Oh well...
Perhaps an alternate title, such as "neutral," "mixed," or "not proven?"
Recent Casting Limit/Rest Interruptions: If a wizard has cast spells recently, the drain on his resources reduces his capacity to prepare new spells. When he prepares spells for the coming day, all the spells he has cast within the last 8 hours count against his daily limit.
Wizards lose access to teleport and most actual divining divination spells, including Truesight and See invis.Not to mention the quite essential spell Read Magic.