Sorcerer

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Sorcerers embody the raw power of magic. Sorcerous power has built within them from birth, often because of some mysterious aspect of their heritage. Sorcerers use magic as a natural expression of their individual wills. They do not study their spells in books, nor do they possess the other trappings of wizardry. Theirs is not a practice of obscure bits of lore supplemented by eye of newt. The way of the sorcerer is inherent, undeniable power.

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Background:

Other Classes:

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Sorcerer Archetypes

First Age:
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Second Age:
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Third Age:
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Fourth Age:
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Skills

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Class Features

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The Sorcerer was designed by Monte Cook, Jonathan Tweet and Skip Williams and first published in the Third Edition of Dungeons & Dragons.

Artwork by Brom, Vincent Dutrait, Larry Elmore, and Leonid Kozienko. Used with love and not permission.

Cartography by Ian Hewitt.