Morkus from Orkus
Your concept is how you envision your character. If I envision it as someone who engages in all the Rogue class abilities, even while not being a rogue like Han Solo, that's still a concept.what is it in concept you don't get?
I don't know Pact of Tomb. I figured you were talking about the Pact of Tome, which involves a book. Pact of Tome involves getting powers from your patron, not the book. The book just serves as an intermediary vessel for a few of the powers that come from your patron. That's why when you lose it, your patron just gives you another one.pact of tomb
No it doesn't. The Wizard concept involves 1) not getting powers from a patron, unlike Pact of Tome or Tomb(if this exists), 2) the ability to add an unlimited number of new spells to your spellbook as you find them, unlike any Warlock subclass, 3) the ability to cast a hell of a lot more spells than a Warlock ever could, 4) does not involve magic being granted by a patron, unlike Warlocks, 5) being able to change your many more spells on a daily basis, unlike a Warlock.it covers the same concept though even though it isn't called wizard
You seem to be confusing the concept of "spellcaster" with the concept of "Wizard." They are different. The Warlock and Wizard can both fulfill the former, but not the latter.