D&D 5E 23 Different Ways Your Fighter Can Cast A Spell

And they'll look fly as hell before they cast it, too.

Put lesser magics within reach of adventurers of all kinds with these nearly two dozen flavorful enchanted trinkets! An audacious display stone provides a flair of the magic within—surrounding the wearer with illusory spirits or woodland critters, emboldening their shadow, making them appear heroic, and the like—until the spell it is designed to contain is cast. Diligently designed by Andrew Engelbrite, illustrated by Indi Martin.


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Mike Myler

Mike Myler

Racegamer

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I DON'T WANT my Fighter (or many other classes) to be able to cast spells...
...When just about EVERYBODY can cast spells is is no longer "Magic". It's just an everyday mundane tool that becomes as routine as buying a mug of ale at a tavern. All sense of the Mysterious and Fantastical is lost. :(
 

CleverNickName

Limit Break Dancing (He/They)
I've never seen a Fighter that didn't learn at least one spell. Sometimes they start with spells (choosing to play an elf or tiefling, for example), or they choose the Eldritch Knight subclass or the Magic Initiate feat later... but most often, they multiclass with a full caster after getting Extra Attack.
 

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