Why did the D&D devs design spontaneous casters to lose out on a spell level compared to prepared casters?
In D&D 3.x, spontaneous full casters (like the Sorcerer or Oracle) gain their higher level spells a level later than the equivalent prepared caster classes (like Wizard and Cleric). For example, ...
The Dungeon Master's Guide says on pages 292-3 that diseases can typically infect folks 4 ways: consumed from eating or drinking tainted matter, contact from touching an item smeared with tainted ...
I'm looking for prestige classes from D&D 3e or 3.5e that have a class feature of providing "+1 level of existing class features". I currently know of Uncanny Trickster (CS) and Legacy Champion ...
Continuing the advancement of the efreeti in this question, I try to figure out the gains of an efreeti advanced to 16 HD. After advancing it and achieve the huge size as indicated by its new HD, I ...
Essentially, this is for the purpose of advancing Warlock, Factotum, or other classes that do not actually cast spells. I don't know if there's an equivalent base class that grants a Divine caster ...