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Overcasting: d20 Magic Variant

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To put it simply, Overcasting is the act of spellcasting after a caster's spell slots are expended for the day. These rules are actually quite easy to use as long as the steps are followed in order. It's important to note that DM approval is required before the practice of Overcasting may be used in a game session, and it is possible that the DM will rule that only NPC spellcasters may overcast.

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I. P. [Featured Reviewer]
November 8th, 2005
?Overcasting: D20 Magic Variant? is a very focused four page product which sets out a system governing casting spells after a spell casting character has used up all available spell slots. Half of the first page is devoted to the cover image and the [...]
July 16th, 2004
First of all I have to say that I like the idea behind this PDF and also that it is nicely implemented. However, some DMs will tailor it to fit their DM style, and this product also has suggestions on how to do it. It's a good buy, specially for [...]
June 23rd, 2004
An interesting idea, but probably won't see much use in a standard campaign. [...]
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