Thassilonian Specialist archetype


Homebrew and House Rules


Hi all. For my Rise of the Runelords campaign I've converted the PF1 Thassilonian Specialist archetype. The idea is that an arcane caster (wizard or sorcerer at the moment) can specialize in one arcane school with this archetype, giving more bonuses than normal, at the cost of becoming worse and worse in the predetermined opposite schools as you take more feats.

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You may want to scale the flat check on the amount of feats taken, rather than assuming players will take every single one in order.


Ediwir wrote:
You may want to scale the flat check on the amount of feats taken, rather than assuming players will take every single one in order.

You mean for fluff or for balance reasons?


Is it me or does this sound more like what the regular wizard should had been? Also as it stands it seems like the previous idea of you simply didnt lear those spells seems to be gone, is this on purpose?


Temperans wrote:
Is it me or does this sound more like what the regular wizard should had been? Also as it stands it seems like the previous idea of you simply didnt lear those spells seems to be gone, is this on purpose?

Yes it starts out as closer to the PF1 wizard with opposition schools. Then as you advance it becomes closer to the PF1 Thassilonian Specialist with prohibited schools. Only with the last feat will you be unable to cast those spells completely. You can of course choose to simply not learn those prohibited spells, just like with the PF1 Thassilonian Specialist.

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