Editing some of the caster classes' passives to improve their synergy with other caster classes when multiclassing.
- Fury: Bonus range and penetration now works with Fire/Frost/Electricity/etc. spells from all classes, rather than just Druid "Elements" spells.
- Lifegiver: Bonus and penalty to Power Level now also applies to Restoration spells, rather than just Druid "Rejuvenation" spells. The passive +2 bonus to Restoration doesn't work right now despite the pop-up showing it, can't really figure out why, but the +5 when Spiritshifted and -5 after Spiritshift does.
- Cipher: "The Empty Soul" now adds +10 to all spells vs. Will, rather than just Cipher spells.
Stuff I might add:
- Adding "Restoration/Rejuvenation" keywords to other classes' healing spells: I think this will mainly cover Chanters so it shouldn't be too much work.
- Allowing passives to apply to non-spell effects: For example, allowing the Fury bonus to apply to a Paladin's Flames of Devotions. Not married to this idea, could go either way on it.
- Adding cross-class spell keywords: For example, adding "Evocation" to spells like the Priest's Pillar of Holy Fire, or "Deception" to something like the Wizard's "Confusion".
This would allow bonuses (and penalties) from subclasses like Evoker or Beguiler to apply to more spells. It would be an enormous amount of work, though, and I probably couldn't apply the tags evenly at all.
t also might restrict Wizard subclasses from learning another class' spell if it has a non-allowed keyword (e.g., a Conjurer might not be able to learn a Druid's Dancing Bolts if it's tagged "Evocation"). Haven't decided if that's behaviour I would want, or how I would get around it (changing the Wizard subclass school penalty from restriction to a Power Level malus might work).Just did some quick testing, the Wizard subclass spell school restriction only applies to Wizard spells. Probably will keep it that way if I ever get around to doing this.
Edited by Lamppost in Winter, 10 December 2018 - 02:22 AM.