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Samurai wrote:How would you mark and remember "Today X is my signature spell"?
Your signature spells don't change daily. Put an asterisk next to one spell per spell level in your repertoire. That's your signature spell.
Letting spontaneous casters heighten all their spells freely is a significant power boost that will only get more noticeable at higher levels.
But, hey! It's your game. Do what's fun for you and your group.
You're right, it is up to each group of players and GM to decide, I'm just trying to give my suggestions. In my opinion, it's no more powerful than freely letting Prepared casters just choose which spell levels to prepare a spell at each day. If someone who needs book learning just to figure out how to cast spells can do it for free, then why is it harder for someone who is born with magic naturally in their blood? That just makes no sense to me at all.
I'm just trying to get away from this:
GW: "Congrats, Wizard and Sorcerer, you are both level 3 now, pick your new level 2 spells!"
Wizard: "Finally! I'll choose some new second level spells!"
Sorcerer: "I'm going to just choose Shocking Grasp and Grim Tendrils again."
DM: "But you already know those spells."
Sorcerer: "Yes, but I want to be able to Heighten them."
Wizard: "Should have been a Wizard then, I can prepare them at any level and still expand my repertoire."