New Spells was expanded by another contributor in ways I disagreed with; I removed those spells as I did not want the supplement moving the way it was. Libram Magica picked up everything, as it's not "official" it has served as a very handy place to keep those things I'm unsure about.daryen wrote: ↑Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:02 am1) It originally made reference to spells in New Spells that were then moved to Libram Magica. I am moving all such spells into this supplement. One example is Minor Warding. There are others. Is that OK? Also, is it OK to just blindly pull the spells from Libram Magica, or should I be concerned about power issues?
So yes, bring spellcrafter-specific magic to this supplement, it's the correct solution.
No, leave it. 5% isn't a big advantage, and it's been that way so far. I may want to review the class in more detail though... not sure why I didn't drop it to the Showcase when I split up the Downloads page. We used to have just two places to put things, and everything ended up on Downloads when complete... but when the list got really long, and some of the supplements were iffy, I created the Showcase and kicked out everything I didn't feel comfortable with. I must have felt the supplement was pretty solid, but I don't remember reviewing it.daryen wrote: ↑Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:02 am2) Spellcrafters get a +1 saving throw against effects from magic items. That's OK. However, they also impose a -1 adjustment on others when they use a magic item. That seems a bit unbalancing. I recommend that the -1 adjustment part just be outright dropped. Getting a minor bonus for themselves is fine. Forcing something on everyone else seems a big much. May I remove that?
Yes, class supplements should stand alone with respect to other classes... no class supplement should ever depend on another class supplement. But the copied spells need to be exactly the same, or be renamed, one or the other.daryen wrote: ↑Wed Jul 22, 2020 9:02 am3) They use a couple Druid spells. Should I keep the reference to the Druid supplement, or should I duplicate them here? In general, I would expect each supplement to be reasonably stand-alone, but at the same time others (like the updated New Spells Supplement) will refer to other supplements. Even so, I really do think the class supplements should be stand-alone with their only real dependency being the Core Rules.