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Based on my experience, it's pretty rare to find a usable scroll. I blame AL rules and/or DM obliviousness on the lack of new spells available to wizards. I have had luck in trading with other wizard PCs for spells, using gold and downtime to copy their spells into his book.

as a result, my 3rd level wizard has about as many 1st level spells as are available. And exactly 2 2nd level spells...

However, based off of the rules, yes, it is assumed that a wizard expands their spell repertoire by finding scrolls / spell books while adventuring.

Based on my experience, it's pretty rare to find a usable scroll. I blame AL rules and/or DM obliviousness on the lack of new spells available to wizards. I have had luck in trading with other wizard PCs for spells, using gold and downtime to copy their spells into his book.

as a result, my 3rd level wizard has about as many 1st level spells as are available. And exactly 2 2nd level spells...

Based on my experience, it's pretty rare to find a usable scroll. I blame AL rules and/or DM obliviousness on the lack of new spells available to wizards. I have had luck in trading with other wizard PCs for spells, using gold and downtime to copy their spells into his book.

as a result, my 3rd level wizard has about as many 1st level spells as are available. And exactly 2 2nd level spells...

However, based off of the rules, yes, it is assumed that a wizard expands their spell repertoire by finding scrolls / spell books while adventuring.

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Based on my experience, it's pretty rare to find a usable scroll. I blame AL rules and/or DM obliviousness on the lack of new spells available to wizards. I have had luck in trading with other wizard PCs for spells, using gold and downtime to copy their spells into his book.

as a result, my 3rd level wizard has about as many 1st level spells as are available. And exactly 2 2nd level spells...