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In D&D 3.5 many of the "Dragon-something" sourcebooks had spells that were on Sorcerer spell list, but not on Wizard one. Some of them was dual-purpose, other touched the draconic nature of sorcerer, etc.

Are there any spells like that officially in Pathfinder? Spells only for Sorcerers, preferably interacting with their bloodline powers? I understand they are no longer so much needed because Sorcerer now gets his own goodies, but I still would like to know.

Problem with searching for them: Even in D&D, they were listed as "Sorcerer / Wizard" spells, with "sorcerer only spell" in a fine print. So this isn't something I can easily filter out. Or, if I can, I don't know how.

I tried to Google "sorcerer only" on d20pfsrd.com but I only got results from Sorcerer’s Options: Beyond Bloodlines. Copyright 2011, Super Genius Games; Author: Owen K.C. Stephens and I don't know if it is even balanced sourcebook, allowed in organized play etc. I doubt its status as official rulebook for Pathfinder, but that's all the results I found.

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    \$\begingroup\$ Since that's not really part of the question, let me clarify: No third-party content is allowed in organized play (PFS), even if some of those books are third-party published by actual paizo developers (such as Owen). \$\endgroup\$ – ShadowKras Apr 23 at 13:21
  • \$\begingroup\$ @ShadowKras I'm not going to play organized play any time soon (sadly), I only use organized play rules as a gauge to be sure I don't min-max too much ;) Thanks for clarification, you confirmed that what I was able to find wasn't quite what I was really looking for. \$\endgroup\$ – Mołot Apr 23 at 13:24
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There is none

Any spell that is granted by a bloodline and not available on the wizard/sorcerer spell list should qualify into that criteria, such as Bless from the Celestial Bloodline. But there are no spells that are exclusively available to sorcerers in general but not also available to wizards.

Only two spells mention "bloodline" in their text, Energy Hack and Tail Strike, but those are also available to wizards. And any spell that mentions "spontaneous" spellcasting is merely describing how it works slightly different against spontaneous casters, like Mindwipe, Spellcrash or Spellsteal. Finally, there are no spells that affect "known spells" either.

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