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Sorcery points are not restricted in which spells they can affect. Considering that in addition, Spell Slots are universal, it doesn't appear to be game-breaking since multi-classing also limits the ability to get more sorcery points.


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4th-level and higher spells are beyond the reach of mortal spellcasters Stuff like angels, demons, and dragons might be able to manage such feats of magical prowess, but your humans, dwarves, and elves cannot. Eliminating 4th-level and higher spells from the game is actually the point of E6 – while all spell levels tend to have fantastically efficient ...


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The standard monsters that I could find in the Monster Manual with the ability to cast dispel magic are: Death Knight (pg. 47) Glabrezu (pg. 58) Drider with the spellcasting variant (pg. 120) Drow Priestess (pg. 129) Lich (pg. 202) Mummy Lord (pg. 229) Pixie (pg. 253) Androsphinx (pg. 281) Gynosphinx (pg. 282) Mezzoloth (pg. 313) Nycaloth (pg. 314) ...


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The answer is the level of the spell slot you use to cast the spell. From the Player's Basic Rules, page 78: Casting a Spell at a Higher Level When a spellcaster casts a spell using a slot that is of a higher level than the spell, the spell assumes the higher level for that casting. For instance, if Umara casts magic missile using one of her ...


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Take a look at the Eberron Campaign Setting Eberron explores the corollary of Clarke's third law (any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic) - that is to say it asserts that sufficiently advanced magic is indistinguishable from technology. It has a rich story that you can repurpose large swaths of. Reflavor things, simply A ...


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From page 201 of the PHB: Casting a Spell at a Higher Level When a spellcaster casts a spell using a slot that is of a higher level than the spell, the spell assumes the higher level for that casting. Since the spell itself takes on the level of the slot you use, you would use the "spell slot's level" to determine the amount of targets you can ...


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As a Blessed you have access to all powers at all levels from character creation, with appropriate modifiers based on their level (-2 for Novice, -4 Seasoned etc). This is explained in the section on Blessed where it states 'you can petition your lord for any power available to the Blessed'. See here for official clarification on the subject.


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I know this question is now very old. However, I think it's useful to point out that there is now a published canonical answer to this exact question. It's covered in the supplement Transforming Mythic Europe, on pages 98-108. The section heading is "The Copying of a Book". A number of spells are included, and a complete magic item design for an integrated ...



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