Mage

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You’ve always had a spark of talent within you, perhaps the ability to literally conjure forth sparks when agitated or excited. Ever curious about the world and the power within you, you have never shied away from experimentation with your magical powers. In your youth, this caused your family endless grief and singed eyebrows. Now, having mastered the basics of arcane magic, you seek to continue your study and uncover ever deeper mysteries of the fundamental wellspring of magic.

Developing skill as an arcane caster necessitates that you maintain Attunation with the Fundamental Wellspring. This entails different practices for different casters, so in your case, it might involve reading complex arcane texts or meditating intensely on the metaphysics or astrophysics of the universe. Be proactive, for if you become lackadaisical in maintaining Attunation, your skill will gradually atrophy, and you might lose your arcane ability altogether if you do not diligently cultivate this Attunation.

Mage Tracks

Arcane Weaving: Some spells are especially mutable, capable of being sculpted into something new. You might master this ability, allowing you a diverse repertoire of effects.

Archmage: By focusing on a single function of magic - alchemy, illusory magic, or perhaps necromancy to name a few - you can become an unparalleled master of customizing the capabilities of your magic.

Sorcery: By manipulating chance, you can mitigate the danger of arcane magic or can cause the magic to become even more unstable, with explosive results.

Tome Wizard: If you enchant a tome or scroll, you can learn far more magic than you might otherwise, as the tome gradually comes to life and helps you learn and cast more spells.

Mage Entry Talent

After gaining the Mage Entry Talent, you can take talents from any of the mage tracks.

Talent PreReq Description Tags
Mage Entry Character Level 2 When you take this entry talent, you gain the following abilities.
  • Learned: Gain +6 Skill Points, which you can spend on any skills with the INT tag.
  • Student of the Arcane: Gain the Student of the Arcane Talent from the arcane stack if you did not already have it. If you did already have it, gain +5 SP and +1 Arcane Power. INT is your Magic Attribute for mage magic.
  • Arcane Power: Each time you level up and spend your talent point on a mage talent, gain +5 SP and +1 Arcane Power.
  • Focus: Choose one of the nine functions of magic from the list below. This choice grants you a special bonus when you cast magic of that function.
Class Entry, Mage
Focus Description
Alchemy You can spend 10 minutes changing and simply shaping 1 cubic foot of a raw material to your needs. This could be making a branch into a crowbar, or a crowbar into a long wire, or a long wire into a bundle of tinder, but cannot create complex objects or machines. The material can be refined such as smelted ore, or cut timber, but cannot be crafted such as a sword or a door. Even the most talented Alchemists have not discovered how to transmute Silver, Gold, or Diamond, and thus those materials are unavailable for this ability.
Altering Altering Spells cost you 1 fewer AP (min 1).
Divining You can now spend 10 minutes meditating, after which you can see, hear, and smell from one of your Arcane Signatures as if you were present in a vacant space within 5 ft of its location for 1 minute. This magic consumes and dispels the Arcane Signature after it is used.
Enchanting When you cast a Spell that has the Enchanting feature and Charms or Frightens a creature, multiply the duration of the effects by 1.5.
Evoking (END/REST) When you deal damage with Evoking magic, add additional damage equal to 1⁄2 your level. You regain all expended uses when you Take a Rest.
Illusory Creatures attempting to identify your illusions have a -2 to their die rolls.
Necromancy When you would be reduced to 0 HP, you can sacrifice an undead under your control to instead have 1 HP. The undead in question is immediately destroyed.
Summoning Creatures that you summon gain additional maximum HP equal to your Arcane Power Level.
Warding When you cast Warding magic that increases any of a creature’s defenses, that creature’s AR increases by an additional +1.

Arcane Weaving Track

Arcane Weaving Track Progression
Talent PreReq Description Tags
Arcane Weaver Mage Entry Spells with the Metamagic tag cost you 4 fewer SP to cast. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Spell Sculptor Arcane Weaver Sculpt Spell costs you 1⁄2 the SP cost to cast. This replaces your Arcane Weaver ability. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Spell Sculptor II Spell Sculptor Sculpt Spell costs no SP to upcharge. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Spell Sculptor III Spell Sculptor II Sculpt Spell costs 1 SP to cast, and no SP to upcharge. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Spell Sniper Arcane Weaver Extend Spell costs you 1⁄2 the SP to cast. This replaces your Arcane Weaver ability. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Spell Sniper II Spell Sniper Upcharging Extend Spell becomes +2 SP per 15 ft. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Mote Expert Arcane Weaver Delay Spell costs you 1⁄2 the SP to cast. This replaces your Arcane Weaver ability. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Mote Expert II Mote Expert You can now cause a mote created by Delay Spell to be invisible, and leave it in a space you are occupying. After you move out of that space, it will trigger upon another creature touching it. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Mote Expert III Mote Expert II You can no longer lose control of your mote and activate its magic prematurely while you have only one mote on your person. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Empower Spell Expert Arcane Weaver Your Empower Spell’s APC is lowered by 2. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Arcane Weaver II Arcane Weaver, Arcane Weaving 5 Gain Metamagic Points equal to your INT. You can use these to cast Metamagic spells at a rate of 2 Metamagic Points per spell in place of SP. You regain all expended Metamagic points when you Take a Rest. If you spend Metamagic Points with a talent from a Sorcery talent in the Mage Stack, you must declare the expenditure before you cast your spell. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Spell Point Cost Arcane Weaver II You may spend Metamagic Points to reduce a spell’s SPC by 2 SP per Metamagic Point. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Morph Damage Arcane Weaver II You may spend 1 Metamagic Point to change a spell’s damage type from Cold, Corrosive, Fire, or Necrotic to a different damage type out of those options. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Hasten Arcane Weaver II You may spend Metamagic Points to reduce a spell’s APC at a rate of 1 Metamagic Point per AP (min 1). Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Overclock Arcane Weaver II You may spend 1 Metamagic Point to halve the SPC of upcharging a spell. You may not use Metamagic Points on other Metamagic if you choose to spend a point in this manner, but you may halve the cost (min 1) multiple times. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Maximize Arcane Weaver II You may spend 6 Metamagic Points to maximize the damage of a spell. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Overcome Arcane Weaver II You may spend 1 Metamagic Point to ignore a creature’s Resist. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Humane Spell Arcane Weaver II You may spend 1 Metamagic Point to modify a spell to deal psychic damage and become nonlethal. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Leeching Arcane Weaver II You may spend 1 Metamagic Point to regain HP equal to 1⁄2 the necrotic damage you deal with the modified spell, or 2 Metamagic Points to heal for all the necrotic damage. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Duration Arcane Weaver II You may extend a spell with a duration of 1 minute or longer. It lasts for 1 additional minute per Metamagic Point

you expend.

Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic: Conjuring Arcane Weaver II You may spend 2 Metamagic Points to delay Conjuring for one turn. If you do not resume conjuring at the start of your next turn, you lose the spell as if your conjuring were interrupted. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic Expert Arcane Weaver II (1/Rest) You may regain expended Metamagic Points when you Recoup. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic Expert II Metamagic Expert (1/Rest) You may regain expended Metamagic Points when you Catch your Breath. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Arcane Versatility Arcane Weaver II You may trade SP for Metamagic Points at a rate of 10 SP per 1 Metamagic Point, or Metamagic Points for SP at a rate of 1 Metamagic Point for 5 SP. Mage, Arcane Weaving
Metamagic Caster Arcane Weaving 14 You weave magic in ways most cannot even comprehend, manipulating the leylines of the Fundamental Wellspring and bending them to your will, even altering reality itself. You gain 6 additional Metamagic Points (your total is now INT+6).

Gain the Strand of Metamagic ability.

  • Strand of Metamagic: You may spend X Metamagic Points to increase your d20 roll by X. You may spend 1 Reactive AP to spend X Metamagic Points and decrease the d20 roll of a hostile creature within 40 ft of you by X.
    • Level 30: The final cap for your INT increases from 12 to 14.
Mage, Arcane Weaving, Capstone

Archmage Track

Archmage Track Progression
Talent PreReq Description Tags
Arcane Intellectual Mage Entry You dedicate yourself to scholarly pursuits, the study of arcane magics, and the mastery of the Fundamental Wellspring. You may now only take talent points from the Mage and Arcane stacks. You immediately learn all arcane cantrips and can add your INT to damage dealt by cantrips. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Alchemy Arcane Intellectual You gain the Alchemy Focus. If you already had the Alchemy Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Alchemy II Mage: Alchemy Your Alchemy creation can now be up to 5 ft by 15 ft and be crafted objects that do not feature moving parts (such as a ladder or sword). You must have at least 4 Skill Points in the associated Skill to create in this way (Such as carpentry for a ladder or blacksmithing for a sword). The value of crafted creations can be no higher than the value of the materials. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Alchemy III Mage: Alchemy II Your Alchemy Creation can now be 15 ft wide, tall, and long. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Alchemy IV Mage: Alchemy III Your Alchemy Creation can now feature moving parts such as doors or windows. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Alchemy V Mage: Alchemy IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Alchemy tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Altering Arcane Intellectual You gain the Altering Focus. If you already had the Altering Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Altering II Mage: Altering Your Arcane Swap spell can now be cast on a willing, friendly creature also in range that is no more than one Size larger or smaller than the target of the swap, instead of being cast on yourself. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Altering III Mage: Altering II Your Arcane Swap spell now has no minimum size and can be cast on objects that are no larger than one Size larger than you, or twice your weight. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Altering IV Mage: Altering III You can no longer be teleported against your will. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Altering V Mage: Altering IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Altering tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Divining Arcane Intellectual You gain the Divining Focus. If you already had the Divining Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Divining II Mage: Divining You can now use your Divining feature on a Signature twice before it is dispelled. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Divining III Mage: Divining II Your Signatures are no longer dispelled by your Divining feature. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Divining IV Mage: Divining III (2/Rest) You may now teleport yourself to a Signature by meditating on one of your Signatures for 10 minutes. This dispels the Signature. You regain all expended uses when you Take a Rest. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Divining V Mage: Divining IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Divining tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Enchanting Arcane Intellectual You gain the Enchanting Focus. If you already had the Enchanting Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Enchanting II Mage: Enchanting An object that has your Signature costs 0 SP to possess with the Possess Object spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Enchanting III Mage: Enchanting II Using your Unravel Magic ability always costs 1⁄2 the SPC of the spell you are targeting if it is an Enchanting spell, regardless of its source. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Enchanting IV Mage: Enchanting III If you discover Enchantment magic using the Sense Magic spell, you learn who the caster is, provided that you already know their true name and they are within 1 mile of you. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Enchanting V Mage: Enchanting IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Enchanting tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Evoking Arcane Intellectual You gain the Evoking Focus. If you already had the Evoking Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Evoking II Mage: Evoking (END/Rest) You may now add additional damage equal to your Level. This replaces your original Evoking Focus ability. You regain all expended uses when you Take a Rest. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Evoking III Mage: Evoking II You may add your INT to any damage rolls you make when using Evoking cantrips, chants, or prayers. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Evoking IV Mage: Evoking III When you cast an Evoking spell, you may gain additional SP by gaining Death Points. For each Death Point you gain, you gain 10 SP. You lose any excess SP that you gained from this feature. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Evoking V Mage: Evoking IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Evoking tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Illusory Arcane Intellectual You gain the Illusory Focus. If you already had the Illusory Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Illusory II Mage: Illusory You may create one Illusory Duplicate of yourself when you cast your first Illusory spell after Taking a Rest. When you are subject to physical damage, the attacker must roll an even number to hit you. If they roll an odd number, one of your duplicates is destroyed instead. Regain the ability to create Illusory Duplicates when you complete a Rest. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Illusory III Mage: Illusory II Your Illusory Duplicates ability creates two duplicates. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Illusory IV Mage: Illusory III Your Illusory Duplicates ability creates three duplicates. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Illusory V Mage: Illusory IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Illusory tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Necromancy Arcane Intellectual You gain the Necromancy Focus. If you already had the Necromancy Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Necromancy II Mage: Necromancy The duration of the Raise Skeleton spell is now Indefinite, but your maximum SP are reduced by 16 for each active skeleton under your control. You can no longer upcharge Raise Skeleton. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Necromancy III Mage: Necromancy II Your maximum SP are now reduced by only 8 for each active skeleton under your control. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Necromancy IV Mage: Necromancy III Your maximum SP are now reduced by only 4 for each active skeleton under your control. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Necromancy V Mage: Necromancy IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Necromancy tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Summoning Arcane Intellectual You gain the Summoning Focus. If you already had the Summoning Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Summoning II Mage: Summoning Creatures you create using a Summoning spell add 1⁄2 your INT to their attack rolls. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Summoning III Mage: Summoning II Creatures you create using a Summoning spell add 1⁄2 your INT to their damage rolls. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Summoning IV Mage: Summoning III Creatures you create using a Summoning spell add your INT to their attack and damage rolls. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Summoning V Mage: Summoning IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Summoning tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Warding Arcane Intellectual You gain the Warding Focus. If you already had the Warding Focus, you gain 6 Skill Points you can spend on skills with the INT tag. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Warding II Mage: Warding When you cast Mage Armor on yourself, and would be the victim of Massive Damage, you can reduce that damage by 1⁄2. If you do, your Mage Armor is dispelled. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Warding III Mage: Warding II Your Mage Armor now increases all defenses by +4. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Warding IV Mage: Warding III Your Mage Armor can no longer be dispelled by others and increases all defenses by +5. Mage, Archmage
Mage: Warding V Mage: Warding IV Choose one cantrip, chant, or prayer and one spell. Each of these choices must have the Warding tag. You may now cast these as if they were an arcane cantrip and arcane spell. Mage, Archmage
High Mage Arcane 14 (1/Rest) You are renowned as a highly skilled arcane caster, and many hopefuls will seek you out to try to earn your favor as an instructor. You may regain half your SP when you Recoup. Mage, Archmage
Archmage High Mage, Arcane Power 29 Your spells can no longer be dispelled, identified, detected, scryed on, or targeted in any way by a caster with a level or Monster Level below your Character Level. Even then, a creature can only target your spells if they spend at least 90 SP or expend the equivalent of 90 SP through innate casting. Mage, Archmage, Capstone

Sorcery Track

Sorcery Track Progression
Talent PreReq Description Tags
Sorcery Focus Mage Entry You can no longer take Backlash damage that is higher than your current Character Level while you have your focus on your person. You take damage equal to the Spell’s SPC (min 1) or equal to your level, whichever is lower. Mage, Sorcery
Careful Casting Sorcery Focus

Incompatible: Wellspring Tap

By acting more carefully, you trigger backlash less frequently. When you would trigger backlash, you can now roll a 1d20, and on a 10 or higher, the backlash does not occur. However, your critical casts now only reduce the SPC by 5, instead of 10. Mage, Sorcery
Careful Casting II Careful Casting You can no longer trigger backlash, and your critical casts do not cost fewer SP or restore SP. Mage, Sorcery
Careful Casting III Careful Casting II You may now choose if you are carefully casting Spells or not. When you use Careful Cast, you cannot trigger backlash and your critical casts do not cost fewer SP. You must declare this before rolling. Mage, Sorcery
Wellspring Tap Sorcery Focus

Incompatible: Careful Casting

If you critically cast on a spell that costs fewer than 5 SP, you regain that amount of SP. Mage, Sorcery
Wellspring Tap II Wellspring Tap If you critically cast on a spell that costs fewer than 10 SP, you regain that amount of SP. Mage, Sorcery
Wellspring Tap III Wellspring Tap II You regain 1d4+LUCK HP when you critically cast. Mage, Sorcery
Careful Casting - Cantrips Sorcery 4 You can now carefully cast cantrips. You must declare if you are carefully casting before you roll. You gain no benefit from critically hitting on a carefully cast cantrip, and cannot trigger backlash when doing so. Mage, Sorcery
Inertia Careful Casting - Cantrips When you are the victim of a critical hit or critical cast, you regain 1d10 SP. Mage, Sorcery
Cantrip Focus Inertia When you are carefully casting a cantrip, you gain TA. Mage, Sorcery
Cantrip Focus II Cantrip Focus When you are carefully casting a cantrip, you gain another TA (2 total from this feature). Mage, Sorcery
Cantrip Focus III Cantrip Focus II When you are carefully casting a cantrip, you gain another TA (3 total from this feature). Mage, Sorcery
Cantrip Focus IV Cantrip Focus III You can now add half your INT to your cantrip damage. Mage, Sorcery
Cantrip Focus V Cantrip Focus IV You can now critically cast on cantrips, but cannot trigger backlash on cantrips. Mage, Sorcery
Unstable Casting Inertia You critically cast on a 19-20, and trigger backlash on a 1-2. Mage, Sorcery
Unstable Casting II Unstable Casting You critically cast on a 18-20, and trigger backlash on a 1-3. Mage, Sorcery
Unstable Casting III Unstable Casting II You critically cast on a 17-20, and trigger backlash on a 1-4. Mage, Sorcery
Unstable Casting IV Unstable Casting III You critically cast on a 16-20, and trigger backlash on a 1-5. Mage, Sorcery
Unstable Casting V Unstable Casting IV Unstable Cast becomes an ability and you can declare if you are casting normally or using Unstable Cast. If you are casting normally, you crit on a 20 and backlash on a 1, unless you are carefully casting. Mage, Sorcery
Explosive Critical Sorcery 11 Your cantrip crits deal critical damage as if they were a physical attack. Mage, Sorcery
Explosive Critical II Explosive Critical Your cantrip crits may also deal the same damage to one additional target that is within 5 ft of your target. Mage, Sorcery
Explosive Critical III Explosive Critical II Your cantrip crits cause your damage dice to explode. You may indefinitely reroll any damage dice that landed on their maximum possible damage (such as a 6 on a d6) and add that to the total damage. Mage, Sorcery
Inertia II Explosive Critical Your next cantrip automatically crits after you are the victim of a critical hit. Mage, Sorcery
Inertia III Inertia II When you are the victim of a critical hit, you explode with your choice of fire, cold, or necrotic damage. Dealing 1d10+INT damage of that type to all creatures within 5 ft of you, including friendly creatures. Mage, Sorcery
Grand Sorcerer Sorcery 14 You are a battle hardened sorcerer of great renown, capable of harnessing the destructive power of the Fundamental Wellspring to turn the tide of a battle. Generals and monarchs would pay high sums or large favors to earn your support in a conflict.

Backlash no longer ends your turn, and you now regain 1 AP when you critically cast.

  • Level 30: You can spend 1 LUCK point to reroll all of your damage dice.
Mage, Sorcery, Capstone

Tome Wizard Track

Tome Wizard Track Progression
Talent PreReq Description Tags
Awakened Spellbook Mage Entry Learn a new spell with the Arcane Ritual tag whose SPC does not exceed your total SP. You can no longer be separated from your Spellbook as it becomes partially ethereal, gains limited sentience, and has the ability to hover nearby. In this form, the Awakened Spellbook cannot be targeted and occupies the same space as you. You gain +1 to all your mental defenses. Mage, Tome Wizard
Spell Scribe Awakened Spellbook Your Spellbook can produce an enchanted vellum. You can cast a spell you know on this vellum, which causes it to become a spell scroll. While there is an active scroll, you can not cast that spell normally. Any creature can use this spell scroll to cast the spell using the required AP without expending SP. When cast, the vellum dissolves and you can cast the spell normally again.

If the SPC of the spell is over 16, the user of the scroll must make an INT/Arcana check after spending the required AP. The creature must beat a DC of 10+(the spell’s SPC/2). On a fail, the spell fizzles and the vellum dissolves.

Your Spellbook can only produce one enchanted vellum a day, regaining the ability to do so after Taking a Rest. It cannot produce an enchanted vellum while there is another enchanted vellum or spell scroll available.

Mage, Tome Wizard
Awakened Spellbook II Spell Scribe Learn a new spell with the Arcane Ritual tag whose SPC does not exceed your total SP. Your Awakened Spellbook can now occupy any space within 15 ft of you, and any spells that you cast can originate from you or the Awakened Spellbook. If you move more than 15 ft away, the book hovers back to occupy the same space as the caster automatically. It can move 15 ft per turn and moves at the end of your turn if you so desire. You gain another +1 to your mental defenses. Mage, Tome Wizard
Spell Scribe Awakened Spellbook II You can now have two spell scrolls or enchanted vellums active at a time. Your Spellbook still only produces one per day. Mage, Tome Wizard
Tome Familiar Spell Scribe II Your Awakened Spellbook can now be 30 ft from you without being recalled to the space you occupy. It can now fulfill the LoS and LoE requirements for spells that originate from it. You must still perform any gesture or verbal components. Mage, Tome Wizard
Awakened Spellbook III Tome Familiar Learn a new spell with the Arcane Ritual tag whose SPC does not exceed your total SP. You can imbue the mote of a spell that you captured through the Steal Spell spell into your spellbook, instead of casting it. When imbued in this way, that spell becomes an Arcane spell for you until you replace it with another stolen spell. Mage, Tome Wizard
Tome Familiar II Awakened Spellbook III Your Awakened Spellbook can now be 120 ft from you without being recalled to the space you occupy and can hover up to 30 ft in the air. Gain the Joint Cast ability.
  • Joint Cast: (3/Rest) When you are casting a cantrip, your Awakened Spellbook can duplicate that cantrip on a target of its own, or the same target, assuming all other conditions of the cantrip are met. You regain all expended uses when you Take a Rest.
Mage, Tome Wizard
Spellstealing Tome Familiar II You gain an additional slot for stolen spells (Currently two total from this track). Mage, Tome Wizard
Spell Thief Spellstealing You gain a +5 bonus to your Steal Spell rolls. Mage, Tome Wizard
Awakened Spellbook IV Spell Thief Learn a new spell with the Arcane Ritual tag whose SPC does not exceed your total SP. You gain another +1 to your mental defenses. You can now cast multiple Arcane Rituals: 2/Rest. Mage, Tome Wizard
Spellstealing II Awakened Spellbook IV You gain an additional slot for Stolen Spells (Currently three total from this track). Mage, Tome Wizard
Spell Scribe III Spellstealing II The roll others must make to use your scroll can no longer be higher than 15. Mage, Tome Wizard
Spellstealing III Spell Scribe III You learn one of the following of your choice:

Divine ritual

Occult ritual

Primal invocation

Psionic invocation

Psionic meditation

If your choice has a tier or power requirement, roll an INT/Arcana check, the DC of which is 10+ double the Tier if primal or psionic, or 10+ the Divine or Occult power requirement if divine or occult. If you fail this check, you may never attempt to cast it again and must make a new selection in its place. This spot in your spellbook does not count towards your three Stolen Spell slots.

Mage, Tome Wizard
Awakened Spellbook IV Spellstealing III Learn a new spell with the Arcane Ritual tag whose SPC does not exceed your total SP. You gain another +1 to your mental defenses. You can now cast more Arcane Rituals: 3/Rest. Mage, Tome Wizard
Tome Wizard Awakened Spellbook V Your spellbook fully awakens, gaining its own personality. It is intensely loyal to you while you treat it well. You can use your Grimoire spell on it freely for the purposes of storing information, targeting a page instead, and you can choose whether or not you forget the information stored inside. Additionally, you gain another slot for Stolen Spells (four total) and an additional enchanted vellum (three total).
  • Level 30: If you die, your book will live on and pass the knowledge scribed inside to whomever it deems worthy.
Mage, Tome Wizard, Capstone