|Darksol the Painbringer|
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Wizards are functional and I am sure they will remain so though I worry that unless the schools do at least as much as the old schools of magic that generalists will be the default and that a lot of these schools won't see play.
Functional? To a point. They can cast spells as well as any other spellcaster, but they don't get much else compared to other spellcasters, either in the way of improved proficiencies or exciting/robust feat selections.
Point is, we'd rather the wizard not be a "barely functional" class. That's what Witch/Alchemist/Swashbuckler/Investigator are currently, and the community has expressed their concerns for those classes quite vocally.
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WatersLethe wrote:I am wildly unconcerned about wizard remaster due to the sneak peek.
There is no reason to be concerned, true, since the Death Knell has already been cast, the spell slot has been expended, and there will be no dying checks made for a corpse of a class.
That concern is now disappointment, maybe mixed with frustration, since I (and several others) are of the opinion that more could have been done (since more was done for other classes).
Though I am pretty sure that changing work ethics is not a relevant solution to a class' mechanical issues.
Your acting like the wizard is unplayable. At absolute worse, it is slightly worse. It will still be playable and fun.
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