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For questions about multiclassing, the practice of advancing more than one character class on a single character either simultaneously or serially.

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1) Ask the players what their intentions are for the next level. That way you could, as you say, get a chance to weave it into the plot. Of course, the player could always change their mind. 2) Work …
answered Jul 27 '18 by PJRZ
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It doesn't Multiclassing has its own set of rules that define what spell slots you have, and this overrides the spell slots mentioned in the wizard class section. The errata you mention was added (I …
answered Jan 17 by PJRZ
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You choose from the bard list The rules for spellcasting when multiclassing are here. As it says: Spells Known and Prepared. You determine what spells you know and can prepare for each class …
answered Mar 8 by PJRZ
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Yes, you can multiclass and take one Rogue level You can multi-class just to gain 1 level of Rogue since you meet the requirements. As noted in the basic Multiclassing rules, you need a Dexterity of …
answered Apr 25 by PJRZ
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You use the multiclass spellcasting rules from the Player's Handbook (also in the basic rules in DnDBeyond) Warlock spellcasting is a bit different and use the "Pact magic" feature. This is specifica …
answered Dec 6 '18 by PJRZ