I have a Paladin that reveres Mystra, and would like to be take as much advantage of spells as possible. The DM has allowed the Serenity feat - which is excellent for reducing MAD. Of course, you can't really take Paladin spells seriously without taking the Battle Blessing feat.
If I was rather unsatisfied with the Paladin spell list, and decided on taking the Sword of the Arcane Order feat, would the wizard spells that I gain in my Paladin spell slots still be considered Paladin spells? What effect would taking the Winter's Champion feat have if I selected Sword of the Arcane Order?
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If I took the Magical Training feat, I would gain a spellbook, and three 0-level spells. With Sword of the Arcane Order, I would not be restricted from "borrowing from someone else's spellbook," correct?
Sword of the Arcane Order
You can use your paladin and ranger spell slots to prepare wizard spells.
You can cast most of your paladin spells faster than normal.
When you gain this feat, you may add the 1st-, 2nd-, 3rd-, and 4th-level spells granted by the Cold and Winter domains as paladin spells of the same levels.
Use your Wisdom bonus in place of your Charisma bonus for purposes of divine grace, lay on hands, smite evil, and turn undead.
You have a spellbook with three 0-level spells of your choice from the sorcerer/wizard list. You prepare your spells exactly as a wizard does.