Plus the artificer reprints and the new armorer subclass.They've stated the number of new Subclasses, and it happens to be the same number of tested UA Subclasses minus two. So it looks like everything aside from the Onomancer and Psion made it in, plus the Magic reprints and the Bladesinger.
Perhaps they mean the Order of Scribes Wizard from May's article, as many seem to consider it to be the spiritual successor to the Lore Wizard?Yeah, no, that was ages ago. The subclasses being tested for this book only go back a year (the wild soul barbarian and astral self monk were the first and were released in August 2019).
A ten minute short rest is certainly handy for a class like the Warlock that recovers spells / resources on a short rest - and you can share it with the party.What does a 10 minute short rest do?
do warlocks get a lot more spells this way? Other classes would be effected too.
I wonder how much thought they put into the respite feature and how it will I’ll be used/abused?
Sure enough. I missed that line. Yeah it’s nice but not outrageous at all. I still am interested in this subclass...A ten minute short rest is certainly handy for a class like the Warlock that recovers spells / resources on a short rest - and you can share it with the party.
However, it's still once per day - once you enter the sanctum you can't do so again until after a long rest - so it's not overpowered.
It's not. Genie's Wrath was in the revised version too. I checked them earlier and line for line it's pretty much exactly the same, whereas WildIt's not quite copy paste. Genie's Wrath is new i think.
It didn't. The version that made it through unchanged was the second version, which had major revisions from the first. So it's actually the opposite. Not that it went through without tweaks, but that the tweaks were significant enough that they had to publish a playtest a second time.Genie must have been mad popular in that version to make it through sans tweaks.