Blood Sorcerer Supplement

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daryen
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Re: Blood Sorcerer Supplement

Post Mon Aug 24, 2020 6:59 pm

Update to r4 in Showcase.
- Added the sorceress picture as discussed elsewhere.
- Added the scroll picture, too.
- A few text cleanups in the "fluff" text. (No mechanical adds, changes, or deletions.)
- Clarified the weapons list for the Battle Sorcerer.
- Updated all spell headers to be consistent.
- Killed a "ft" in the spell descriptions and changed back to "feet" or "foot" as appropriate.

Really, this was just to add in the pictures. The other stuff was because I compulsively re-read it and did the minor clean-up mentioned above.
daryen
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Re: Blood Sorcerer Supplement

Post Wed Sep 09, 2020 9:55 am

Updated to r5. Really, the only update to the Supplement itself is that all of the non-Core spells are now included. No need to page through multiple Supplements to find any needed spells. I thought about adjusting a couple spells (because of the Appendix below), but decided not to. This just makes the Supplement stand-alone outside Core.

The big addition is the Blood Sorcerer Appendix file! This adds in cantrips, seventh level spells, and some other new spells. Basically, this takes the class to be the equivalent of including the New Spells Supplement. The seventh level spells are split with four "main" spells that apply to all Sorcerers, and four other spells that are different for each blood heritage. In additional, the Sorcerer gains 16 new spells of lower levels (matching what the other classes got in New Spells). Note that there are no new spells unique to the Sorcerer included in the Appendix file. They are all taken from existing spells from New Spells or other Downloads Supplements.

If the Sorcerer is ever promoted to the Downloads page, then the Appendix will go away and any information in it will be added to the 0 Level Spells Supplement and the New Spells Supplement. (Basically, it will be a single sentence in the former, and the spell lists in the latter.
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