|Kurald Galain RPG Superstar 2009 Top 32|
|Darigaaz the Igniter|
This is a totally new question, so you're better off starting your own thread (often people won't notice that you've asked a new question and will answer the original post in a thread, so your question might go unanswered)
Now to answer your question, the Eldritch Archer gets a Bonded Item like a wizard. The wizard's bonded item comes with a few advanatages, one of which is that it lets them spontaneously cast 1 extra spell per day (any spell they know). The text in Eldritch archer is stating that your bonded item does NOT grant that ability (you cannot spontaneously cast a spell from your bonded item).
EDIT: PS it's "Magus", not "Magnus" (no "n"), it's a common mistake. That'll help with searches etc in future.
Cool thank you for the reply it makes a lot of sense now
If you're just getting into the Magus, I can't recommend reading THIS GUIDE highly enough. It does a great job of breaking down the rules for you (Also I'd show it to your GM at least a few days before playing if you're wanting to play a Magus).
If you're going for Eldritch Archer a lot of it won't apply, but it'll probably help you understand the class.
You could also look up Kurald's guide to the Magus. There's a thread still going on here for it, and Kurald is an active member who answers questions fairly promptly.