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No. Multi-classing rules for spells are described in detail on page 164 and 165 of the Player's Handbook. The paragraph on page 164 that begins with the bolded text "Spell Slots." tells you how to calculate what "Lvl." you should use for the purposes of consulting the table on page 165. The table, in turn, determines how many spell slots you have.


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I would have preferred to of commented on Aviose answer but don't have enough points. Our game had the same discussion and I wanted to add the point that our GM found and that convinced him. Page 163 PHB Multiclassing: Multiclassing allows you to gain levels in multiple classes. Doing so lets you mix the abilities of those classes to realize a ...


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It depends on which slot you use. If you cast using a warlock slot, the spell is cast at the level of the warlock slot. However, if you cast using your other class's slot, then it will be at the slot level you choose to burn. You can use either class to cast the spell provided that the spell is low enough level to fit in the slot used (you can't cast a ...


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A Bloodrager is basically a barbarian who trades his rage powers for a bunch of useless crap and a fairly crappy spell list. There might be a gem or two hidden in there, but if there is, I missed it. You're probably better off as a straight barbarian for smashing stuff. A Sorcerer is a spontaneous caster who gets spells one level later than a wizard, and ...


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Yes, you would know 3 Wizard cantrips and 3 Cleric cantrips. The Cleric class says: At level 1, you know three cantrips of your choice from the cleric spell list. And the Wizard class says: At 1st level, you know three cantrips of your choice from the wizard spell list. Finally, in the multiclassing section, we have: You determine what spells ...


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I would take a look at taking 2 levels of fighter, to gain Action Surge. The ability to cast two non-cantrip spells in a turn is very powerful, if you want to improve your combat capabilities.


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Taking levels of sorcerer makes the character a better arcane caster than taking levels of bloodrager. The classes are designed to do different things, but Single-classed characters are encouraged It's true that if the character picked bloodrager as his favored class he won't get his favored class benefit when he takes levels of sorcerer. Favored class ...


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RAW The only "penalties" for multi-classing in Pathfinder are: you only get one Favored Class (and the associated benefits) BAB, Saves, Caster Level, etc., are likely to be a bit lower than if you were a single class but, one or two saves might be way higher: a Fighter/Cleric's fort save, for instance Caster Levels (generally) don't stack Depending on ...


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Outside of the Wizard's saves, the consideration of the spellbook (as some DM's may have restrictions on buying your book as you become a wizard), and the character's history and background, there is no real advantage to choosing Wizard at first level if multiclassing as a fighter. The fighter would lose heavy armor proficiency if multiclassed in to, and a ...


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Correct You gain all the benefits (skills, weapon proficiencies, armor proficiencies, save proficiencies) from whatever class the PC started level 1 as, then they gain everything else as shown on the multiclass table.


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No, Warlock Spellslots do not count toward the Multiclass Spellcaster table Spell Slots. You determine your available spell slots by adding together all your levels in the bard, cleric, druid, sorcerer, and wizard classes, half your levels (rounded down) in the paladin and ranger classes, and a third of your fighter or rogue levels (rounded down) ...


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You're right, there's not a lot of synergy there. Out of combat, your Warlock will add a lot of utility with his less combat-focused spell list and his ritual abilities, but in combat, you have 2 potential paths: Focus on your Warlock levels to become a powerful spell caster. Going this route, your Paladin levels will add heavy armour and a shield, which ...



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