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    Why would anyone just stick to Illusion and Divination if they didn't have to. Also, a magician is not just a double specialist, look at his spell list. You'll find that the magician is much weaker then the wizard, and for good reason. He represents how far the common man can get if he submersisses himself in magic lore. He is supposed to be the common seer on the street or old witch in the woods, as opposed to the earth-shattering power of wizard regents who tear down castles and summon undead legions.
    "I did not pass through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a serving man untill the lightning falls!"

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    That's something to role play.

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    As you say, if a player can come up with a reason for it, so be it, but I disagree with your definition of a magician as a double specialist.
    "I did not pass through fire and death to bandy crooked words with a serving man untill the lightning falls!"

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    I chose some bad words and I didn't mean to define a magician as a double specialist. There are some similarities to it though.

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