Talk:Spells (Hyrule Supplement)

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The spell tables list a bard subclass for the opportunist, but the bard spell list contains only one spell and the opportunist class itself lists no bard subclass. SirSprinkles (talk) 03:01, 24 May 2018 (MDT)

I have plans to add a bard subclass to the opportunist class eventually. Work on the subclass can be seen in commented out portions of opportunist. Bard isn't an integral part of the class nor the setting, and it would require more work than most subclasses I've made for this campaign, so I decided to postpone its completion until more vital aspects of the setting were finished.
Due to the complexity of templates used on this page, I left bard mentioned in the tables instead of going through the trouble of removing it and re-adding it later. It's one of the reasons the Spell List section still has a WIP, even though the spell list is otherwise functional if not yet ideal. - Guy (talk) 06:33, 24 May 2018 (MDT)

Max Spell level edit[edit]

It is actually very possible for a character to cast a spell above his max. spell level, for example by useing a scroll or magic item or something like the scions minor patron feature or the Spellcasting Adept feat.

Seconding this point, I believe this rule as written actively prevents knowing spells above your maximum spell level from any source. This means the Spellcasting Apprentice feat and opportunist talent, the Garo subclass, all racial traits that grant spells, and the Scion class all don't work as intended: Spellcasting Apprentice cannot grant a 1st-level spell unless you're already a spellcaster; Garo's max spell level doesn't match the class table because it can't know 2nd-level spells until class level 6th, 3rd-level until class level 10th, 4th-level until class level 14th, and 5th-level until class level 18th; racial traits cannot grant spells unless you're of a high enough spellcaster level to have a max spell level at or above their spell level; and Scion has a spellcaster level of 0 until 2nd level, thus meaning they cannot know 1st-level spells until then. — FlameUser64 (talk) 11:15, 2 April 2021 (MDT)
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