Sure, send me a PM with your email and I will send it to you.When you have a spare moment, it would be cool to see one of your spreadsheets/working documents, to see how you use the DMG guidelines in your work. Would be nice to see it in practice, especially if I was considering a few contributions.
Those are all good points and I tend to agree, that is partially why we reference the "Intermediate Gods" entry which explains that Intermediate gods cast all innate spells at 7th level min. Though I haven't codified it yet, my general design assumption (for Intermediate Gods) is the minimum spell level for innate casting is: at-wills 7th level, 3/day 8th level, and 1/day 9th level . One step lower for lesser gods and one step higher for greater gods.I think it might be simpler for Vecna to do something like:
At will: any spell on the wizard spell list 8th level or lower as an 8th level spell
3/day: any spell on the wizard spell list as a 9th level spell (total of 3 9th level spells per day), any spell on the cleric spell list 8th level or lower as an 8th level spell (total of 3 8th level spells per day)
1/day: any spell on the cleric spell list as a 9th level spell
I am not big on cantrips and low-level spells for gods unless they are casting them as 7th level or above spells. It is fine for a lich to cast the odd 3rd-level spell at a party of PC's, but it should be beneath the dignity of the god of liches to do so.
Some lower level spells might be better used as special abilities. So instead of hex, Vecna might have Mass Hex (1/day): everyone with 200 feet of Vecna that he chooses must make a X DC wisdom save or be affected by a hex spell until their next long rest.
Well it is easy to miss. Good point about illusion and divination. Should probably sprinkle in some of those spells as well.It has been too long since I read the Intermediate Gods section.....
I was going to just go necromancy, but "god of secrets" got me thinking illusion and divination. That being said, necromancy is his big area, particularly for combat.