Yeah, that's why I said it is a problem for the kind of multiclass we were discussing before. If you never expected to become a wizard, but you character became interested in it in the story, it could happen. It happened in Critical Role for example. Late in the campaign a character reneged their warlock patron and became a paladin of the gods, but as a hexblade warlock, his strengh sucked. So mercer made a narrative excuse to change his stats and give him a little strenght.I always forget those are a thing, since most people multiclass in a synergistic fashion. I don't think I've ever heard someone say "man, I wish I had the Int to multiclass Wizard", since you wouldn't want to be a Wizard unless you had high Intelligence to begin with!