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There are no hidden rules The rules for dying don’t say you lose your prepared spells. The rules for Resurrection don’t say it either. So you don’t lose them; those spells stay prepared.


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No, a wizard can only copy spells of levels they can actually prepare. Unfortunately, as the rules describing the wizard's spellcasting and spellbook state: Copying a Spell into the Book. When you find a wizard spell of 1st level or higher, you can add it to your spellbook if it is of a spell level you can prepare and if you can spare the time to ...


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You remember your prepared spells indefinitely unless an effect indicates otherwise. Generally when preparing spells, you keep almost a full casting of the spell memorized, which is then later triggered by verbal or somatic components. There are no rules that explicitly state under and circumstances that you would lose access to prepared spells in the ...


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There are some important differences between your specific scenario and this one, but Curse of Strahd does contain a bit of plot with some rule guidance on this. The NPC Patrina Velikovna can be restored to life via an effect that is described as identical to the resurrection spell except that it works regardless of how long the creature has been dead. If ...


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At the time this question was initially asked and answered (August 2016), Xanathar's Guide to Everything had not been released (November 2017). This answer is the final paragraph from my recently revised answer to another question. Make a Scroll It's not without cost (time and money), but Xanathar's Guide to Everything provides rules for Scribing a Spell ...


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Strict RAW, the Spell Blending ability applies to all spellcasting a character has. That is to say, you would be able to convert Cleric spell slots to higher level Cleric spell slots (that you have access to) or Wizard spell slots and vice-versa. The ability is somewhat vague in it's description, but everywhere else in the PHB is pretty explicit. The ...


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