AD&D Wizard’s Spell Compendium Vol 1: PB printing TSR/Wizards of the Wizard’s Spell Compendium Volume 1, TSR #, AD&D, + Pages of. Wizard’s Spell Compendium. Volume One . The basic format of the AD&D 2nd Edition rules was our starting For spell names that include a wizard’s name. Cntirc wriw of F%-. a d Compendium books coven w i w d spells ore- In the awiageAD&D campaign .. the spell, the wizard indicates two othcr spells (cast.
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I keep waiting to see these turn up at the used bookstores or FLGS because that’s a lot spell chaff to stuff into random scrolls, and some of those spells really are ridiculous if what I’ve culled from old issues of Dragon is any indication.
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Statistics and Conclusions Now we can present some descriptive statistics on the overall work: James Rizza at Dragonsfoot made what seems to be the first attempt at this here. Delta July 27, at 9: It makes it impossible to gather vital statistics on the work, starting with simply knowing how many different spells there are.
Unknown April 17, at 4: I was really surprised when I couldn’t find a number from my initial search.
Feel free to send me more corrections if you find them esp. The DM has to be at least a little mindful when placing them, or be willing to retract or modify them later. A few updates 3 years later. Roughly comparing it to Math, lower level spells are basic arithmetics, comprndium level spells are linear algebra and calculus and higher levels spells are the Simplex algorithm and the Boltzmann equation Where the original spreadsheet was all-caps, I put this one in title case matching the text of the Compendium itself.
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Yeah, I can see that as being very awkward to represent in compenduum database format. Retromancer July 25, at 8: I may continue with my index and add damage as a separate column; if I do, I’ll post a copy.
From an outside design sspell, I tend to think that those middle levels are where the average “interesting” spell creation will land e. Like a lot of my collection, I got mine off EBay a few years ago. Some of the spells are just ridiculous.
Mel January 21, at 2: Deck of Spells OED: Glad to hear they do work well for your 1st Edition games and that the total count is helpful. The most glaring is that every spell was wizars multiple times, once for each school of magic to which it belongs.
Also I wish the list included campaign-world-specific identifiers, but that’s not here. I use these for my 1st edition games, though I strictly enforce material components.
That said, you’ll find it categorized as “2E” in most places online just because of the time frame, and the format of the spell matches 2E, e. Certainly I agree, especially the more world-specific ones.
Ozymandias September 4, at Woolley January 21, at 3: That runs up against the cardinal rule of database management, that is, to not duplicate the same data in multiple places — because every copy is another opportunity for errors to creep in, fields to fall out-of-synch, etc. Popular Posts First Post!
Delta January 22, at 2: WotC has apparently released new scans of the pdfs for Encyclopedia Magica series, so perhaps they’ll get to releasing new scans of the Compendiums as well. So, below you’ll see a version that I massively re-formatted and corrected.
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Delta June 22, at 5: Nonetheless, a very impressive chunk of work. Middle level spells are more numerous because they are the middle ground between simplicity, power, etc Delta September 4, at Ozymandias August 11, at 2: I programmatically spsll most of the ranges, durations, areas, with more standardized abbreviations, and shortened many of the material component listings.
Delta January 23, at My interpretation of this is: