School of Prowess (5e Subclass)

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School of Prowess[edit]

Wizard Subclass

While some wizards choose to specialise in a specific school, you have practice magic in many forms. You have seen how a cleric devoted to there god can wake the dead. You've witnessed people, with just the power in there hearts, cause the greatest of foes dance to there magical music. You know that people distance themselves from society to gain the power to change there shape mystically. You have studied their tricks, read their notes and made your own. You specialise in the learning of everything you can about the arcane power in this world, including the forging of spells.



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