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Each morning, you can spend 1 hour in weapon practice to change the designated weapon ... You do it, it's changed forevermore. Or until you do it again.


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Maybe The way the rules interact is ambiguous, and depends on how one looks at the rules for potionmaking and universal potions. "Yes" Interpretation: "Universal potions are potions" Universal potions are, in their class feature, defined as "a potion." Brew Potion can be used to make all items in the subset of "potions," so it would work fine with ...


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Yes, you can. In the alchemist savant’s Universal Potion class feature, universal potions are defined as “a potion.” In the master alchemist’s Brew Potion (4th) feature, the limitation on “potions” to 3rd-or-lower level spells is lifted to 4th level. Subsequent class features successively raise this, up to 9th by the end of the master alchemist class. Since ...


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No, that build can't make 9th-level universal potions. The text of Brew Universal Potion that you quoted is quite clear: The the character must select 1st, 2nd or 3rd as the maximum spell or infusion level of the universal potion. No other levels are listed, and there no text to the effect of "or other levels, if you can create potions with other levels than ...


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Any time you multiclass, you gain nothing but the features of your new class. Your previous classes don't increase. This is the same regardless of which new class you enter. Instead of gaining the abilities granted by the next level in your character’s current class, he can instead gain the 1st-level abilities of a new class, adding all of those ...


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levels in a single spellcasting class of his choice If you choose wizard, your number of levels in that class is 5. Your incantatrix and ultimate magus levels stack with wizard levels for the purposes of wizard spellcasting, but for no other purpose, including your nar demonbinder caster level. Whether or not incantatrix or ultimate magus are valid ...



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