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 Spell Memorizing and Spell Books: if a caster has studied his books within the last 24 hours or has not cast spells in any intervening day since he studied his books, he can spend his spell slots to cast any spell he knows. ​ If he has not consulted his books, he can only cast spells he has studied from a scroll he has with him. Spell Memorizing and Spell Books: if a caster has studied his books within the last 24 hours or has not cast spells in any intervening day since he studied his books, he can spend his spell slots to cast any spell he knows. ​ If he has not consulted his books, he can only cast spells he has studied from a scroll he has with him.
  
-Magic-users begin with a level 1 spell book.  Dues-paying members of magic guilds receive a spell book from the guild when they reach each new spell level. ​ If they aren’t in a guild, they must create or acquire a new spell book for 750gp times the spell level. ​ Likewise, if a magic-user loses his spell book he must create or buy a new one for the same price. ​ If a magic-user captures an enemy spell book, he may use it to study spells he knows, once he has cast Read Magic on that particular spell in the book.+Magic-users begin with a level 1 spell book.  Dues-paying members of magic guilds receive a spell book from the guild when they reach each new spell level. ​ If they aren’t in a guild, they must create or acquire a new spell book for 750gp times the spell level. ​ Likewise, if a magic-user loses his spell book he must create or buy a new one for the same price. ​ If a magic-user captures an enemy spell book, he may use it to study spells he knows, once he has cast Read Magic on that particular spell in the book.  All magic-users begin play with 1 scroll of 1 spell from their first level spell book in order to allow them to travel and function as magic-users.
  
 Clerics receive a level 1 spell book from their temple when they reach 2nd level and each additional time they gain a new spell level. ​ If a clerical book is lost or destroyed, the cleric is issued a replacement,​ but is also assigned a penance task for failing his god. Spell books from another religion do clerics no good. Clerics receive a level 1 spell book from their temple when they reach 2nd level and each additional time they gain a new spell level. ​ If a clerical book is lost or destroyed, the cleric is issued a replacement,​ but is also assigned a penance task for failing his god. Spell books from another religion do clerics no good.
spell_memorizing_and_spell_books.txt · Last modified: 2018/11/28 04:07 by dave