Wouldn’t him going to a magic school make him a wizard?
@BigJohnson86, not necessarily, you could be a sorcerer and teach a wizzard imo.
@BigJohnson86, it's either multiclassing into wizard, leveling up your sorcerer level or a different setting altogether
@Slovak Guy , "bein a wizard is the Debil!"
@generic zombie, that's like having somebody naturally skinny teach fat people how to lose weight
@BigJohnson86, nah, the school is teaching him how to control his natural abilities.... it's like X-Men.... all of the students at Xavier's school have natural abilities they could theoretically hone on their own time, but the school teaches them how to control them in a safe environment
“Yer a virgin Hagrid.”
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, based on the amount of animals he deals with, there’s no way he’s a virgin 🤭
@CaptainCrunchyCvnt, nah he raw dogged madame maxime
Considering that D&D would be a terrible system to use for a harry potter campaign (not counting shenanigan simulations run in the potter universe) and that there is no class that accurately represents the type of magic used in HP, perhaps using definitions from D&D is not the best idea.
He’s a wot?
Can someone verify this? You have no idea how many arguments I've had with my friends about this.
@ Emco567, in D&D this is exactly how it is.
And Steven Strange, Sorcerer Supreme is a wizard
@Langenator, debatably actually a Warlock. He and the other "Sorcerers" draw their power from eldritch beings. The books are just from previous people who have experimented and learned new ways to use the magic they received from the eldritch beings. A warlock could, in character, find a book from a previous pact barer to their patron that records a spell they created in tandem with the patron's magic and then they could take that spell when they level up.