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First level anything you say? Well, then 1st level in one of the epiec prestige classes from Forgotten Realms (elven high mage or netherese arcanist).
Elven High Mage is outright better.
Netherese Arcanist forces you to give up spell seeds and doesn't grant you much in the way of casting progression.
However, that aside, as I noted above (I'd considered them, but went a hair more in PF's favor - silly of me, really), it might not presume you have the prerequisites.
If you presume the prerequisites... yes. Definitely.
Level 1 Human Wizard - Conjurer(Teleportation)
Favored class: Wizard
INT: 19(24, +7)
Traits: Observant, Student of Philosophy
Feats: Spell Focus (conjuration), Augment Summoning
Special: Arcane Bond-Ring, Scribe Scroll, Cantrips, Conjuration (teleportation) specialist - Summoner's Charm (+1 round summon duration) Shift 10/day (swift, 5ft teleport as dimension door), Opposition Schools Necromancy, Illusion
Skills: Diplomacy +8, Knowledge (Arcane +11, Engineering + 11, Geography +11, History +11, Local +11, Nature +11, Religion +11), Perception +4, Spellcraft +11
Languages: Common-English, Spanish, Italian, German, Latin, French, Japanese, Mandarin
Level 0, 3/day (prestidigitation, mending, acid slash)
Level 1, 3+1/day (summon monster I, charm person, break, unseen servant)
Equipment of note:
Tome of Clear Thought +5 (used)
summon monster I, obscuring mist, unseen servant, charm person, sleep, ant haul, break, youthful appearance, polypurpose panacea, expeditious retreat
Divination wizard, I have a bad habit of reading whenever I get my hands on a new book and because of that I have developed the ability to read while I walk and not run into things. I think this translates well into a divination wizards ability to always act in the surprise round, though in my case the surprise round acting would probably translate to me putting my book away with a sigh. And the item would would probaably be a book of some kind, or maybe the satchel from the PFS Primer that copies the writing from one book to another. I forget its exact name though...
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