Ok... here's a good question (actually two questions)
The first one has to do with spell progression. The table is clear and concise and follows a formula of progression almost perfectly.
The exception I found was that a 20th level spellcaster gains another 2nd level spell and a 4th level spell contrary to the established pattern. Is there a reason why this is the only place on the chart where this deviates?
The second question has to do with EPP. Is there anyone that can suggest a reason why an Illusionist, at 11th level, requires 100,000 xp less that the wizard counterpart... considering they have the same BtH, Spell Progression, Hit Dice, and weapon and armor restrictions? The illusionist actually has a couple abilities that the wizard doesn't have and yet they seem to follow the same EPP progression till the 12th level requirements. I know that spellwise, there is a slightly smaller selection for Illustionist spells for the higher spell levels compared to the Wizard. Would this be the reasoning behind this?
Just curious as this was something that came up when I started converting some of my old stuff over to C&C.
Thanks again -- you guys have been great!
Moriarty the Red
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