In this case do we have Spells to be Summoner?
No. It's just terminology. Chanter is singing magic - like a bard. He uses invocations/spirit spells.
Druid uses nature spells. Priest uses faith spells. Wizard uses arcane spells.
It would be like a Ranger with almost every Druid skill, it seems to be Beastmaster fun, but the name makes me think of an animal summoner, is that right?
Not as I see it. Druid/Ranger is called beastmaster because druid is nature/beast based. Ranger is also nature and have animal pet. Also, druid can also charm beasts with spells.
In your opinion would this be the real, Summoner class in the game, the character totally invoking?
In my opinon that would be a theurge (druid/chanter). You get more different things to summon and more often.
If you want the dragon you have to go single chanter though.
Subclass depending on preference. I'd probably go beckoner chanter/ancient (gets fun sporelings) druid and focus on summons invocations from chanter and summoning spells from druid. Or beckoner chanter/animist druid. Or beckoner chanter/shifter druid, because spiritshift is fun. For roleplay and personal reasons I don't want to run troubadour, but it is also ok.
I do not know where the starting points of the weapons, at the beginning of the game, the gun makes a difference in the game? From what I saw, there is no penalty when using the weapon, but there is the "Modal" that is something that we activate in the weapons and I wonder if I get the "wrong" weapon, for example, sword and shield pro Wizard, in this case I have to reverse? (Or can I have end points on all guns?)
The modals are a kind of 'bonus' you can switch on and off. You start with the weapon of modals you choose, but find extra weapons pretty fast.
As a summoner, you likely want to be ranged, and not in melee. Getting the pistol/arquebus/crossbow/arbalest/bow modal is fine. If you level to 20 you can have 7? modals. The other users knows more about gear than me. I'd likely choose pistol and crossbow or bow at the start.
Post interesting (In May 2018 people liked Beckoner):
Much have changed since may. Game got harder on hard difficulties (don't know which difficulty you like) and that time summons cost -1 phrase.
If you want dragon, go single chanter. If you don't mind more and smaller summons, go beckoner. If you want to cast many invocations, go - ewww - troubador.
Edited by Frak, 27 January 2019 - 01:33 PM.