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Wizard Spellbook

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1 Wizard Spellbook on Sun Aug 13, 2017 9:31 am

ARCANIST'S SPELLBOOK
   Daily and Utility Powers: Your spellbook also holds your wizard daily attack powers and wizard utility powers (not including your cantrips). You begin with two daily attack powers in your spellbook, one of which you can use on any given day. Each time you gain a level that lets you select a wizard daily attack power or a wizard utility power, choose two different powers of that type at that level and add them to your book.

   After each extended rest, you can prepare a number of daily attack powers and utility powers according to what you can use per day for your level (see the Wizard Powers Prepared per Day table). You can’t prepare the same power twice on the same day.
   If you replace a power because of gaining a level or through retraining, the previous power vanishes from your spellbook and is replaced by the new power.

   Rituals: Your book also contains three 1st-level rituals of your choice that you have mastered.
   At 5th level, and again at 11th, 15th, 21st, and 25th level, you master two more rituals of your choice and add them to your spellbook. When you choose the rituals, they must be your level or lower.

   Capacity: A typical spellbook has 128 pages. Each power takes up 1 page. A ritual takes up a number of pages equal to its level.


Notes:
The description is kinda vague on a what a wizard can prepare...
* A wizard can't prepare the same level of a power more than once in a day

Example:
A 9th level wizard knows six daily attack powers (2 1st level, 2 5th level, and 2 9th level). After an extended rest they can memorize (1 1st level, 1 5th level, and 1 9th level) for the day.

They can't prepare (0 1st level, 1 5th level, and 2 9th level).

I'll need to do a bit more research... not sure if they can prepare a lower level power in a higher level slot ex (2 1st level, 0 5th level, and 1 9th level).

They can use the same number and power level of powers as other characters with dailies, but have a bit more flexibility.



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2 Re: Wizard Spellbook on Sun Aug 13, 2017 8:14 pm

Unless Ken finds otherwise, I'll permit Wizards to give up a higher level slot to memorize a lower level power.

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