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Storm Sorcerer Bonus Spells. Sorcerer. Level Spells. 1st. Fog cloud, thunderwave. 3rd. Gust of wind, levitate. 5th. Call lightning, sleet storm. 7th. Conjure minor.


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I also won't cover Unearthed Arcana content because it's not finalized, and I can't guarantee that it will be available to you in your games. Where the Wizard is powerful because they own a tool for every problem, the Sorcerer is powerful because they own a few good tools and can use them to fix any problem. Saves : Constitution and Charisma are two excellent saves, since things which effect either of them frequently incapacitate you in some fashion, and since Constitution saves are used for Concentration. Twinned Spell : A lot of fantastic spells like Haste and Polymorph target single creatures and require Concentration. Hit 20 Charisma at 4th level, then you've got the rest of your character's career to explore feats or increase other abilities. The effectiveness grows as you add more dice, but it will never do a ton of extra damage. Setting-specific races are address below. Expect to cast low-levels spells at higher-level spell slots frequently, and use metamagic to customize your spells. Swiftstride : Bad ability spread. Most importantly, expect to retrain lower-level spells whenever you learn a redundant option. The Sorcerer falls into a middle ground between the wizard and the warlock. Air : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. Flexible Casting : Using Sorcery Points to get additional spell slots is very expensive, so only do it when you absolutely need to do so. It should be immediately apparent that this is a terrible trade. Zariel MToF : Way too melee-centric. Proficiencies : No armor or shields, and only the most basic weapons, but the Sorcerer skill list contains all of the Face skills, including Insight. Careful Spell : Usually you can avoid hitting your allies by positioning the spell carefully, but sometimes you need to drop a fireball on the party. Sorcerous Restoration : Four free Sorcery Points gives you a lot of options. High Elf : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. Sorcerers don't cater well to melee combat. Avoid offensive spells which rely on saving throws, and you should do fine. While the Kobold doesn't get a Charisma increase, Advantage on spell attacks can easily make up the difference. Human PHB : Versatile and fantastic at everything. Fire : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. While the design intent for Dragonmarks was that they would offer some innate spellcasting for everyone, every dragonmark includes an expanded spell list which is arguably a more significant benefit than most of the provided racial traits. Gith : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. You have a limited pool per day, but you have the option of consuming spell slots to get additional Sorcery Points. Locathah LR : No Charisma increase. Halfling PHB : A bit of Dexterity is nice, but Lucky is largely wasted on spellcasters since most of your spells require other people to roll saves instead of requiring you to attack. Charisma bonuses are absolutely essential. Stout PHB : Nothing useful for sorcerers. Water : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. If you're accustomed to playing a wizard, expect to cast a lot of low-level spells using higher-level spell slots to get as much utility as you can out of your limited number of spells known. Because the expanded spell options are such an important part of the dragonmarks, if you're not playing a spellcaster you're giving up a huge part of your racial traits, which makes it exceptionally difficult to justify playing a dragonmark character who can't cast spells. Wis : Wisdom saves are common, and Insight is helpful for a Face. It's also interesting to note that the Sorcerer gets more cantrips than any other spellcaster, but they get fewer spells known than the Bard. Extended Spell : Many fantastic buffs have short durations, and extending them can save you the trouble of casting the same spell twice. Sorcerers are a challenge. Wildhunt : Bad ability spread. Converting spell slots to Sorcery Points is a bit less daunting once you have a large pool of spell slots, but be sure not to do it too much or you will quickly run out of daily resources. Earth : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. It would be nice if you could use this with cones, but cones have range of "Self" and an area of effect, so they don't qualify. Dragonborn PHB : The Strength bonus is wasted, but the Charisma bonus is great, and you get permanent resistance to an energy type and a breath weapon. Quickened Spell : Cast a regular spell and a Cantrip in one turn. Dwarf : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. Sorcerous Origin : Sorcerer subclasses are briefly summarized below. Talk to your DM about what races are allowed in your game. Subtle Spell : Situational. Metamagic : Metamagic allows you to stretch the effects of your limited number of spells known, allowing you to easily capitalize on existing spells instead of constantly needing to find and learn new ones. But mechanically, it works fine. The Sorcerer's versatility comes from their ability to boost their spells using Metamagic. With the addition of variants and subraces, you have a ton of room to customize your sorcerer. Hit Points : d6 hit points is the lowest in the game, so be sure to take enough Constitution to compensate. You'll almost certainly be your party's Face, and the Verdan's Telepathic Insight can go a long way to address language barriers despite its limited capability. They lack the versatility of a Wizard, but share many of the same capabilities, and almost all of the same spells. Not every setting allows every race, and while most races presented in the core rules and in content for the Forgotten Realms can be used in other settings, races specific to settings like Ravnica aren't typically allowed in other settings. Verdan AcInc : Constitution and Charisma is a perfect combination for a Charisma-based spellcaster, and getting Persuasion for free is great. Scourge : A Constitution increase, and Radiant Consumption is a great way to repel groups of enemies who get too close. Mark of Warding : Bad ability spread. Tiefling : Bonus Charisma, fire resistance, and some free spells. The Kalashtar doesn't support any specific part of being a sorcerer, but it's a fine starting point for a sorcerer of any kind. Variant : You still get a crucial bonus to your Charisma, and you can get Elemental Adept at first level. Mark of Scribing : The ability increases work, but most of the dragonmark spells are already on the Sorcerer's spell list.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}I will use the color coding scheme which has become common among Pathfinder build handbooks, which is simple to understand and easy to read at a glance. Levistus MToF : Constitution means more hit points, and the spells offer a nice mix of defensive, offensive, and utility options. The Sorcerer gets more spell slots than the Warlock, but knows far fewer spells than the Wizard. Spellcasting : The Sorcerer casts spells the same way a Bard does: You get a set number of spells known, and can cast any spell from that list so long as you have the slots to do so. Empowered Spell : If you reroll 1's you might get a few extra points of damage. Still, for a sorcerer in a stealthy party this makes a lot of sense thematically and offers some helpful options to stretch your spellcasting a bit further. This is one of very few abilities which allows you to break the action economy, and it's absolutely worth the cost. Vanilla : Sorcerers really only need Charisma, so most of the bonuses are outright wasted. Tortle TP : 17 natural armor is nice, but that's really all that you get. Beasthide : Bad ability spread. Keen Senses give you a single fixed skill, and you're giving up proficiency in any two skills. This means that Sorcerers always have fewer options available to them than a Wizard who can change their spell list daily, but Sorcerers make up for this lack of versatility by being able to augment their spells with Metamagic. Warforged ERLW : Considering the fact that warforged are crafted rather than born, the idea that they can be a sorcerer with a bloodline defies logic. Shapechanger is like a superpowered version of Disguise Self, so for a tricky sorcerer in a highly-social campaign it can be very useful. However, the Sorcery Point cost scales with spell level, making it the most expensive metamagic option. Healing hands provides a healing mechanic very rarely available to arcane spellcastins, and you get resistance to both necrotic and radiant damage, neither of which can be gained from spells like Resist Energy. Note that some of them, like Hold Person, allow repeated saves so the effect is considerably diminished. The Sorcerer spell list is a subset of the Wizard's spell list with a handful of additions like Dominate Beast and Earthquake , but you still have plenty of options to choose from. Half-Elf : The biggest charisma bonus, plus some free skills. I will not include 3rd-party content, including content from DMs Guild, even if it is my own, because I can't assume that your game will allow 3rd-party content or homebrew. With a cap of 5 dice because ability scores cap at 20 , it will be less useful for higher-level spells. Gnome : Nothing useful for the Sorcerer. Longtooth : Bad ability spread. Heightened Spell : Use this on every save-or-suck spell you cast. Protector : You can get flight from other sources, and Wisdom doesn't help sorcerers much. See my Sorcerer Subclasses Breakdown for help selecting your subclass. The flexible ability increase goes into Charisma, and the Warforged's other traits will make you more durable than a typical sorcerer before considering spells. Sorcerers also make one of the best Faces in the game due to their skill list and dependence on Charisma. This deviates from core race design concepts consistent across other races, but the difference appears to be intentional. Distant Spell : Spells generally have enough range to get the job done in situations where they make sense to use. Sorcery Points : Sorcery points fuel the Sorcerer's abilities and allow the class to do much more than just casting spells. Fallen : Necrotic Shroud's damage boost is nice, but the Strength bonus is totally wasted on the Sorcerer. It does notably apply to spells like Thunderclap and Word of Radiance, but situations where you want to spend a Sorcery Point on a Cantrip are exceptionally rare. Triton VGTM : Constitution and Charisma re both great on a sorcerer, but the innate spellcasting complements your class spellcasting very well. Mark of Shadow : The ability increases work, and the innate spellcasting is nice, but nearly all of the dragonmark spells are already on the spell list. This allows you to affect two creatures at the same time.