How you make your wizard like a spontaneous caster.

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AndyJames:
Quote from: gorfnad on December 13, 2010, 08:33:42 PM

Here's how you can build a wizard that does not require a spellbook but still has a lot of spell known. Combine this with Obtain Familiar and you could easily pretend to be a sorcerer. Heck, you could even go VoP with this set up.

Elf, preferably Gray

Elf Wizard Racial Sub - Races of the Wild
Eidetic Spellcaster ACF - Dragon Magazine #357
Collegiate Wizard feat - Complete Arcane

1st Level - 7+ Int mod 1st level spells known, all cantrips, 1 extra spell per day of highest level
No Familiar, No Scribe Scroll, No Spellbook

Every level after 1st that advances wizard spellcasting gets you 5 spells known for free instead of the usual 2

If you're playing in Eberron, the feat Aerenal Arcanist (Player's Guide to Eberron) will net you an additional spell known per level netting you 8+Int spells at 1st level (if you take at first level with flaws) and 6 spells known every level after that.

I recommend also taking the Spontaneous Divination ACF from Complete Champion with the build set up.

Add Domain Wizard from UA. It works with the Elf Sub 1. 1 more spell known and a spell slot to cast it per spell level, and you get to cast that spell at +1 caster level.

Widow:
I noticed you have Shalantha's Delicate Disk on your list.  I have mentioned this in other threads, but it is conjuration creation level 6 so you can emulate it without the material component using Greater shadow conjuration.  Just choose to autofail your will save so you don't have trouble storing your spells in it.  Makes these alot more practical if you want to fill up one of those familar belts with 64 or so of them.  Also a shack full of them with some shatter's mixed in will make for one big bang, I wonder how they would work with Spellguard rings.

Endarire:
Shalantha's delicate disk (Lost Empires of Faerun 33) is permanent until used.  Using shadow magic to emulate it negates its 200G material cost.

The disk is best known for the Shadowcraft Cookie trick.

SorO_Lost:
Quote from: Lycanthromancer on March 13, 2011, 06:50:15 PM

Quote from: SorO_Lost on March 13, 2011, 06:29:06 PM

Quote from: Epimetheus on March 12, 2011, 10:37:36 PM

Just don't ban too many schools there :) If you go Incantatrix, then you'll only have 3 schools (Div, Ill, and Trans) left.

Specialist: Banning 2 schools for 1 bonus spell slot a day = good
Focused Specialist: Banning 3 schools for -1 normal slots and +3 bonus spell slots = good

Changeling Specialist: Banning 3 schools for 1 bonus spell slot a day = bad
Changeling Focused Specialist: Banning 4 schools for -1 normal slots and +5 bonus spell slots = good

Note that you only have Divination, Illusion, Transmutation, + 1 more, probably Conjuration/Abjuration

You are forgetting Abyssal Specialist.

Post the book source for the changing thing and what it does on my thread please.

The changeling dual-specialist wizard ACF is from Races of Eberron, and focused specialist is from CMage. Master specialist is also from CMage. Red wizard is from the DMG, and we all know where incantatrix is from, right?

Also, the Racial Emulation feat (also from RoE) allows you to count as a gnome for shadowcraft mage.

Quoted so when I get around to updating this I won't forget to add this.

Widow:
Quote from: Endarire on December 16, 2010, 11:23:03 PM

Shalantha's delicate disk (Lost Empires of Faerun 33) is permanent until used.  Using shadow magic to emulate it negates its 200G material cost.

The disk is best known for the Shadowcraft Cookie trick.



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