marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

pondering classes

When reading up on changes to D&D and on Pathfinder -- homebrew games tend to be miscellaneous in sources -- especially in GameLit -- I was of course reading up on the sorcerer class.

I thought at the time it would be clutter in the GameLit world.

Then another idea came along and even just poking at it, I can see it would be really useful to have a character who does not like and would rather not have her magical powers. Sorcerer!  (Tweaking it a bit to get it work even there.)

But she's going to have a rather unpleasant crawl through a magical dungeon, probably with automata.  And I can only ponder whether it's the same universe as my NaNoWriMo GameLit.  I shall have to see.
Tags: families: other, role-playing games, setting (whole story), world-building: magic (other)

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