Discussion:Does a Wizards Barred School Carry over when Muticlassing to a Non-Arcane Class?

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Does a Wizards Barred School Carry over when Muticlassing to a Non-Arcane Class?[edit]

Alabastor 07:16, 2 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

If a wizard specilizes in a school, say, evocation, and one of his barred schools is conjuration, and he multiclasses to a cleric, is the conjuration (healing) school still prohibited, or does it only apply to arcane spells (me and my DM are in a heated battle about this)


Sledged (talk)
2007 May 2 09:19 (MDT)

Actually, it only applies to wizard spells, not all arcane spells. If you multiclass as an assassin or sorcerer, those spells are not subject to the wizards barred schools. WotC posted an article on the subject. I'll see if I can find it.

Dmilewski 12:57, 2 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

I concur. Wizard class restrictions have no bearing on the Cleric class.

Alabastor  06:29, 3 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

Thanks, im sure this'll fix our little problem and let my theuge heal

Aarnott 12:08, 3 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

If you are playing a theurge, it is fun to make yourself a beatstick. I like using Trollshape and divine power... Then both you and your familiar can go nuts as trolls!

Alabastor 07:41, 4 May 2007 (MDT)[edit]

heh, ill have to try that sometime. sounds like a blast (literally)

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