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10-24-1997, 09:11 AM #1Caryl TakvorianGuest
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I think someone mentioned on this list the 'channeler' rules for wizards and
I thought I'd look that up but I couldn't find any reference to it in the
Tome of Magic or the Wizards Handbook. So where is this type of wizard
introduced and could someone describe it to me.
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10-24-1997, 11:43 AM #2JD SivyerGuest
Caryl Takvorian wrote:
> I think someone mentioned on this list the 'channeler' rules for
> wizards and
> I thought I'd look that up but I couldn't find any reference to it in
> Tome of Magic or the Wizards Handbook. So where is this type of wizard
> introduced and could someone describe it to me.
The channeler is a type of mage/priest in the Spells & Magic book.
The basic premise of them is that they get fatigued when casting certain
types of spells.
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