Talk:Spellstall (3.5e Class)

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Would like help...[edit]

Can anyone tell me if this class is unbalanced? And, if so, how to fix it? That'd be great... --For Valor 12:09, 10 July 2009 (MDT)

At a quick glance, it looks maybe a little strong. Combining a wizard's control ability (especially at lower levels, and you've covered more than a few of the good ones - daze, color spray, grease, glitterdust, web, hold person/monster) with a cleric's healing (and blasphemy/dictum/holy word/word of chaos, among a few others) makes for a lot of options. There's no divine power (although I guess you could divine comprehension it) and no armor proficiencies (and armor failure), so you've removed some of the CoDzilla ability. You haven't, however, specified spontaneous vs. prepared and whether or not the spellstall knows spells like a sorcerer, wizard, or cleric/druid. That will be really telling of the spellstall's true power. -- Jota 13:18, 10 July 2009 (MDT)
Did I not include that? Woops... I meant to say that he prepares like a Cleric/Druid. I'll go clear that up now...
Is that gonna make it OP, though? I mean, it's not spontaneous, which I think is good. But should I limit to spellbooks even? --For Valor 16:47, 10 July 2009 (MDT)
My personal opinion would be yeah, a bit, because the versatility it offers is very powerful. I'd definitely get a second and (if possible) third opinion on that, though. You could try appealing in the Tavern. It might get more results. -- Jota 17:37, 10 July 2009 (MDT)

Force Shield Bonus?[edit]

Force Shield isn't specified in the text. What type of bonus is it and is it permanent/dispellable/etc?

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