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The magus is, ultimately, a fancy fighter. But the differences matter. For the basics, the magus gains four major class features: Spells. One way of thinking about the magus is that the magus uses spells like the fighter uses feats, accepting per-day restrictions in exchange for greater power and much greater variety. This is true, but spells also mean ...


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The magus blends both the mage’s arts and the warrior’s arms with devastating results, slicing apart foes and blasting them with eldritch f lames[...] (Ultimate Magic, pg.8) Role: Magi spend much of their time traveling the world, learning whatever martial or arcane secrets they can find. They might spend months learning a new swordfighting ...


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I did something bold! At first the characters in my campaign started as a disconnected bunch of samurai, who were just assigned by their lords to the same quest/duty/stuff. This took a while and the Otomo whom they helped was so impressed with the different clans' samurai working together and getting s$%§ done that he created a new arm of the imperial ...



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