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Full Casters are classes most capable of using magic in the worlds of Dungeons & Dragons. The five Full Caster classes in the Player’s Handbook all follow a standard spell progression for the number of spells they can cast per day. The difference lies in the spells they know, spell preparation, cantrips they can cast, and class features.
We’ll examine these differences to understand how the D&D designers build Full Casters. Generally, following these tropes is advisable. However, if you come up with a thematic explanation as to why your homebrew Full Caster…
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