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To start with, your familiar can't use Shocking Grasp. Find Familiar says: Finally, when you cast a spell with a range of touch, your familiar can deliver the spell as if it had cast the spell. Your familiar must be within 100 feet of you, and it must use its reaction to deliver the spell when you cast it. So you use Shocking Grasp, and your ...


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You are correct - you would not gain +1d6 Eldritch Blast As you yourself wrote, you are effectively a Warlock 11 for Eldritch Blast damage, and going up to effectively Warlock 12 does not increase it. But look on the bright side - your Fortitude and Reflex saves go up by 1! If you do not think you will get to warlock level 10 (effective level 13), ...


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Short version: no, but yes for extra arcana. Long version: It you were able to add your EK level to all your arcane spellcasting classes, it would have be worded explicitly as "adds his level to any levels in all arcane spellcasting class he possesses", but that is not the case. You have to choose one spellcasting class and stick to it. RAW it technically ...


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No, for prestige classes whenever they advance an attribute it is solely the attribute of the class used to meet the prerequisites. In this case the "arcane spell casting class" would be the wizard, because the wizard was (presumably) the source of your third level spells. To clarify it further, it notes that "he adds his levels to any levels in AN ...


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There are three ways to handle multiclassing outside the Multiclass Dabbler, Initiate, and Master advancement moves: changing to a new class after level 10, creating a new Playbook that incorporates both classes, or creating a compendium class that incorporates the desired multi-class (Thanks to Slow Dog for that reminder). Leveling Up: After a character ...



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