Bard: "I have the magic of style to fvck my way through a battle"
Doot doot in my lute suit
Not every priest is a cleric though, takes some dedication
But the bard has also had to study. Their subclasses are literally "colleges". They just use a different method.
Wizards are just bards but less fun, gameplay-wise. Fight me.
(Also any wizard with a wisdom score above 10 would not be frustrated with any of the other casters, because the truth is that none of them got their powers for free and the wizard would realize that)
@R2D2, Also it's not as if learning an instrument is easy and takes no time. That's a whole separate skill besides the casting part.
I hate when these start with "okay but" as if it was part of a conversation, it may be but no context before that and idk why it bothers me.
My warlock has a celestial patron who's convinced that my character is their friend reincarnated on the mortal plane. So literally "I was chill with a celestial in a past life, so they gave me magic."
Or be an eldritch Knight, a fighter who at level three just decided he wants to be a spellcaster too
In most of the books Ive read based D&D or in fantasy realms. Wizards tend to look down in the other spells casters as inferior. Because they don’t have the proper training or understanding of the power they wield since they lack the schooling on it. In other words they tend have a “better than others” ego. They also have a larger range and variation of spells. The other classes are much more limited. So D&D wizards would rarely, if ever, be frustrated with other spell casters. Maybe a new one in training. But give the ego time to set in.
My wizard hates other spellcasters. Especially bards
Did anyone else think of Elan and Varsuvius?
I actually laughed, haven't done that in years