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  • T9A shorthand/jargon.

    A wizard, often level 1, but sometimes level 2, only bought to be given a Dispel scroll. This is usually done to allow a wizard from the Lords section to take other magic items without reducing their allowance.
    A wizard, often level 1, but sometimes level 2, only bought to be given a Dispel scroll. This is usually done to allow a wizard from the Lords section to take other magic items without reducing their allowance.

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Comments 2

  • ferny -

    @'Eternal Flitter' I would suggest changing "only" to "primarily", given that there are contexts where your caddy is also an important supplement to your magical repertoire, e.g. providing access to a second lore (sig spell) to complement your primary lore. Also, given that some caddys do upgrade to Lv2 it shows they're not *just* being bought for the scroll, even if that is the *main* reason they're being bought.

    I'd also consider changing "a wizard from the lords section" to "another wizard" due to the Lv2 arcane item/Lv2scroll set up which is quite common. Granted in this context the value of the caddy is much more than just caddying, so it possibly doesn't qualify, but its also on paper no different to the same caddy supporting a Lv4. I still see it as distinct to a Lv4 with scroll, which I don't think of so much as a caddy but as the primary wizard.

    • Eternal Flitter -

      Decent points! I'll give it some thought and change the wording. To be honest I rarely see a naked lvl 1 anymore, however once you've bought him you may as well make him lvl 2 to justify the investment.