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wizards have a tiny spark for magic and learn how to nurture it so that they can use powerful spells.

Sorcerers have a good magical backbone, but mostly try random things to try and make the magic work.

Warlocks basically grab magic through just sheer force of will and batter it until it does what they want it to do.

these types are mostly based on my D&D knowledge though

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