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Pathfinder to the rescue! In Pathfinder you can find the 3.5e-compatible CR2 Poltergeist. It's an incorporeal invisible skeletal ghost with telekinesis and scare powers. It comes originally from Tome of Horrors for 3.5 so if you want a "pure" 3.5e version it's to be found there.


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Good news, by RAW you have a couple of options. First option: A wand which casts the spell Unseen Servant (Wiz 1). Crafting a wand that does this with 5 charges/day = 1,800 GP. That's relatively cheap for 5 casts that recharge daily. Second Option: Get a wand or some scrolls that allow you to cast Invisibility on a target. Then use Animate Dead, and make ...


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[First off: if you have an INT of 20, you have a +5 modifier, not a +4. So a 4th level wizard with an INT of 20 can prepare 9 spells, not 8. Now on to the main question.] You may be thinking in terms of 3.5e style preparation rather than 5e. In 5e, you don't have to match spells to spell slots when preparing them. A 4th level wizard with INT 20 can prepare ...


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In 5th edition, the list of spells you can prepare and the set of spell slots you get are independent things. You can prepare any 8 spells that you know. You could prepare 8 first level spells. Or 8 second level spells (don't do that). When you cast a spell, it can be any of those 8, and you choose a spell slot to cast it with. When a spell is prepared, ...



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