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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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If he's a good Warlock he could take enlightened spirit from Complete mage. The Enlightened spirit gives you bonus dice to your Eldritch Blast and lets you make it spirit blast to do bonus damage to undead, or you can make it holy, you can also fly with it with an invoaction you get for free from it There's Eldritch theurge if you want to mix arcane and ...


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You would not. An Ability Score Improvement, or ASI, is gained through the class itself. It's an exclusively earned feature for each individual class as shown by their class tables. This is also why each class has a description of the ASI feature. So for this scenario of being Paladin 3 and then taking 1 level in Fighter, you only gain what is mentioned in ...


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No, the ability score improvements are from gaining the specific levels in a class, as listed in each class's table. See page 71 for the Fighter's advancement table and page 83 for the Paladin's advancement table. To be precise, these are what you would get if you went Paladin 3/Fighter 1 now, reading right off those tables: Paladin 1: Divine Sense, ...



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