> Improved Spell Capacity (RSRD, Epic) adds a spell slot up to one level
> higher than the caster can cast. So, effectively unlimited spells per
> day progression.
OK OK I get the point. :-) I never really read the epic rules, because
gaming at these immensely high power levels holds no appeal for me.
Actually for me, the gaming fun begins to recede at about 10th level,b
ut that is just personal taste of course.
But still, you listed nothing that has actual 10th level spells, only
slots, and on the left panel you never have the metamagic'ed spells. I
know, nothing stops a publisher from making up 10th or even 30th level
spells but, somehow, to me that doesn't feel right. :)
However, I'd like to have to possibility not to have level entries for
10 and up on the list - because in "normal", non-epic D&D they just do
not occur. Epic "mode" should be something that must be enabled or at
least can be disabled. That would be my wish.
> [...] and I know the Immortals Handbook will have such rules.
OMG, as if epic weren't enough... :))
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