Question:how do you inscribe spells the same level you as a wizard in ddo?
It isn't possible for you to inscribe spells the same level as you because their is a 2 level difference for some reason. For example if your a lvl 1 wizard you can only inscribe lvl 1 spells then the same thing if your a lvl 2 then sane thing until you hit a lvl 4 wiz. That's when you can inscribe lvl 2 and 1 spells after lvl 4 it changes so instead of waiting 4 lvls until you can inscribe 2 different lvl spells its once you hit lvl 5 you can inscribe lvl 1,2 and 3 spells then once you hit lvl 6 you can inscribe lvl 4 spells and so on, but because I can only stop their because I am only level 4 and I hope this helped you and you can find me on ddo my names stormthrazer and rite now I am a lvl 4 wizard only but ill lvl up sooner thank you for reading to and good bye.
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- A wizard may use the inscribe spell class feat on a scroll to add it to his spell book. Doing so requires an appropriately-leveled Inscription Materials, purchasable at magical supply shops. Wizards gain a new spell level every other wizard level... Level 1 spells at level 1, level 2 spells at level 3, level 3 spells at level 5, level 4 spells at level 7, etc up to level 9 spells at level 17. If you are asking for in-game assistance, it may behoove you to include which server you are on as well as you toon name. ShoeMaker (Contributions • Message) 08:19, July 4, 2012 (EDT)
- It sounds like you were under the impression there were an equal number of spell levels to character levels; These differ. As Shoe stated, there are a total of 9 spell levels that span throughout your wizard levels. A chart of them can be found here. Refer to the right columns that show the number of spell slots you get per level. "Tauro" (Contributions • Message) 18:21, July 5, 2012 (EDT)