Could Galahad 'milk' the wolf's acid gland? He's got his kit and empty vials.
Thanks for bringing up this UA! I'll have to read it. This is a gamechanger for the charisma casters, I wonder what the long term effect will be. I think it will be huge for bards and sorcerers since their spell list is long (and divine soul sorcerers would be the biggest winners).So question.
Looking at the new UA, they are enhancing and providing options for all classes. One major one is that Sorcerers, Bards and Warlocks all get to replace one of their spells every long rest to another spell on their list of the same level, greatly opening up their versatility and eliminating the main issue I’ve always had with them, even though they are among my favorite classes. My first question would be: would this alternate rule be allowed in game? What about the extra invocations it offers?
Another question. I’ve long considered multiclassing Liam as a Divine Soul Sorcerer. This game started before Xanathar’s came out, so I didn’t have that option before. Now, however, if the previous option were available, it would give him access to the Warlock, Sorcerer and Cleric Spell lists, even if his number of spells known in a particular day were lower. This would greatly enhance his versatility as well, and really make him the party Spell caster.
And finally, if I were to do that, what would your opinion be on converting Pact Magic to Sorcerer Points? It’s technically in the rules, but since I am a Tomelock, I can get the invocation where I never need to sleep, and can instead just take a bunch of short rests, constantly replenishing my two Pact Magic slots and converting them to spell slots, and since I’d have access to Cleric spells, I could heal myself using spells instead of rests.
This is, of course, somewhat gaming the system, and I would completely understand if some or all of this were disallowed. But I had already been thinking of multiclassing him, and at least that first one, about being able to switch spells out during a long rest, would be super useful.