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  • noun One who casts spells; a magician; a sorcerer.

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Examples

  • In the beginning of the book, a spellcaster is killed, leading authorities to Nicodemus's master, all the while the real killer is out seeking the learner for his own purposes, born out of a much larger storyline that is unraveled over the course of the novel.

    REVIEW: Spellwright by Blake Charlton

  • It mattered not whether a spellcaster was a sorcerer, wizard, or druid, the magic that they used quickly became a part of them.

    THE SUNDERING

  • Author: Brandon Cope No matter whether the spellcaster is a wizard or a priest, the number of spells which he may cast per level are the numbers printed on the appropriate chart in the Player's Handbook.

    The Net Wizard's Handbook, Second Edition by Jim Gitzlaff and Staff

  • Next month, Argentinian vocalist, songwriter (aka spellcaster) Juana Molina's releasing her fifth album in a dozen years

    Stereogum

  • As someone who prefers the "spellcaster" route, I dearly missed being able to map spells and abilities to the controller as I saw fit.

    The Escapist : Latest News

  • That is because of the spellcaster, and you, dear, delicious Persephone, are quite capable.

    Arcane Circle

  • That is because of the spellcaster, and you, dear, delicious Persephone, are quite capable.

    Arcane Circle

  • Yours has a party with a dedicated spellcaster who handles the light.

    Some Thoughts On 2e and 3eā€™s Legacy « Geek Related

  • That is because of the spellcaster, and you, dear, delicious Persephone, are quite capable.

    Arcane Circle

  • So they chopped off spellcaster balls in 4e in order to ape computer games subject to completely different limitations.

    4e PHB Readthrough ā€“ Chapter 4: Classes « Geek Related

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  • A being who casts spells.

    January 17, 2008