I am trying to make a list of the casters (classes who gives spell in all the 20 levels); can you help me? Any new line is welcome.
Class name Preparation Arcane/Divine List Available Spell Stat Archivist Prepared Divine Studied Int Beguiler Spontaneus Arcane All Int Cleric Prepared Divine All Wis Dread Necromancer Spontaneous Arcane All Cha Druid Prepared Divine All Wis Favoured Soul Spontaneus Divine Level Up Only Wis/Cha Healer Prepared Divine Predefined Cha Shujenia Spontaneus Divine Level Up Only Cha Spirit Shaman Prepared Divine All Wis Sorcerer Spontaneus Arcane Level Up Only Cha Wizard Prepared Arcane Studied Int Warmage Spontaneous Arcane All Cha Wu Jen Prepared Arcane Predefined Cha
- Added a few, enjoy. --Ghostwheel 11:10, May 9, 2010 (UTC)
- I wouldn't say that beguilers get 'all' spells. They have a predefined list. Only through whatever flavor of Advanced Learning do they learn new ones. Might I suggest making it Predefined* with a * at the bottom of the list saying "At select levels, may learn non-predefined spell through class ability." --Havvy 03:25, May 10, 2010 (UTC)
- It depends on what you mean by "classes who gives spell in all the 20 levels". Duskblade has spellcasting from 1-20 as does Bard. You could also add prestige classes like Ur-Priest, Sublime Chord, and even Assassin and Blackguard. So what exactly do you mean? --Andrew Arnott (talk, email) 17:52, May 10, 2010 (UTC)
- Any individual Beguiler, Dread Necromancer, or Warmage has access to all the spells on their class spell list - just like Clerics and Druids do. If you made a Cleric cast spontaneously from the spells they are able to prepare, they would cast exactly like a Beguiler does. So while you wouldn't say that Beguilers get 'all' spells, either you are wrong or nobody has "all" under that column. The ability to alter the actual class spell list to include more spells exists for every spellcaster in the game (Arcane Disciple, etc.), they just happen to get specific class features which also do that.
- Also, is this WotC casters only? --Quantumboost 18:36, May 10, 2010 (UTC)