Does Magic initiate give a spell slot? No, you can’t use spell slots, unless you choose the class associated with your Spellcasting feature. Without loss of generality, suppose you are a Wizard who takes the Magic Initiate feat (PHB, p. 168), and pick the cleric class for the feat. via
Does Magic initiate make you a spellcaster?
If you aren't a spellcaster when you take the Magic Initiate feat, you become a spellcaster. But the feat doesn't turn you into a bard, cleric, druid, sorcerer, warlock, or wizard. You'll need to multiclass for that sort of transformation. #DnD. via
What spells does magic initiate take?
For Cantrips, pretty much anything that doesn't require a DC or Spell Attack. Guidance is always amazing, Light can retain its use even after you've raged. Mage Hand, Prestigitation, Mending, Thaumaturgy, Druidcraft, Spare the Dying are all fun utility cantrips. via
Can Magic initiate change spells?
You can't automatically replace the Magic Initiate spells later on. If a rule allows for retraining it would say so. Magic Initiate does not have any such rule. via
How do magic spell slots work?
Spell slots refers to how many spells you can cast, sort of like the number of arrows in a quiver. Once you're out of spell slots you cannot cast spells from that specific spell level until you take a long rest (unless otherwise stated by other game mechanics). via
Can Magic initiate be taken twice?
You can take each feat only once, unless the feat's description says otherwise. The Magic Initiate feat does not say it can be taken twice. via
Does Magic initiate Cantrips scale?
The Magic Initiate feat, as you've correctly noted, lets you learn two Cantrips, and Cantrips scale with your character level, not your caster level. This means that your Initiate-Rogue can get the full, scaling power of their Cantrips for the rest of their life! via
Can a fighter use magic initiate?
Magic Initiate has no prerequisites.
Perhaps your character attempted studying magic and dropped out and become a fighter instead. In this case, you still can cast those two spells but they don't get any stronger as your character gains levels as a fighter. via
Do you need a focus for Magic initiate?
In conclusion, the answer to the question is "No, the Magic Initiate feat is not a sufficient condition for making use of a spellcasting focus." But as stated previously, just get a component pouch. via
What is the magic initiate feat?
The Magic Initiate feat allows you to pick a 1st level spell, which you can cast once per long rest. via
How many times can you use Cantrips?
Cantrips are free magic — if you know a cantrip, you can cast it as many times as you want, whenever you want. Cantrips don't need to be prepared, and they don't use up Spell Slots. via
Is fighting initiate good 5e?
This is fantastic for the Barbarian or Rogue class; these guys can Two-Weapon Fight fairly well, but lose their Ability Score Bonus to damage without this style. This can boost your Barbarian's bonus action's damage by quite a bit, even more than Dual Wielder (though you may want to take both feats to maximize damage). via
How many feats do you get in 5e?
There is no hard limit to the number of feats a character has, but it's limited by your classes ASIs (unless using a variant race/given by the DM). via
Do Druids know all their spells?
Your level 5 druid knows all spells on the Druid Spell list from levels 1, 2 and 3. via
Do cantrips take spell slots?
Cantrips. A cantrip is a spell that can be cast at will, without using a spell slot and without being prepared in advance. via
How do I get more spell slots?
The only way to increase your total amount of spell slots is gain more levels. You can either continue gaining levels in paladin or you can multiclass into another class. via
How many times can you take magic initiate?
You can take each feat only once, unless the feat's description says otherwise. You must meet any prerequisite specified in a feat to take that feat. If you ever lose a feat's prerequisite, you can't use that feat until you regain the prerequisite. via
Are Cantrips based on character level?
Cantrips scale with the character level. Cantrips scale according to your character level, not your class level. via
How do you get feats in 5e?
Every single class can get feats whenever their Ability Scores rise. For most classes, that means you can get feats at 4th, 8th, 12th, 16th and 19th levels. Feats completely replace ability scores, meaning that if you really need an ability score to 20, it might not be a great idea to grab feats. via
Is there a feat that gives you a fighting style?
There's no mention of acquiring a fighting style. Modifying the feat to include one would be introducing homebrew to your game. No other official feats currently allow a PC to learn a fighting style, either. via
Should a wizard take magic initiate?
There is no restriction on Wizards taking the Magic Initiate feat and taking additional Wizard spells. Choose a class: bard, cleric, druid, sorcerer, warlock, or wizard. You learn two cantrips of your choice from that class's spell list. via
Can fighters cast Cantrips?
Yes you can. The feat gives you the option to cast spells from the selected class. I'll suggest getting a wizard and going for Find Familiar and some long-range damaging cantrip. via
What is Fey touched?
The feytouched are humans who have been tainted by fey energies in their bloodline. Perhaps they have simply lived in the fey realms for generations, becoming slowly acclimated to the plane in which they dwell. via
Can bards cast ritual spells?
Now bards do have ritual casting. Any bard spells they know they can cast as rituals. This seems to imply they need to utilize one of their precious "known spells" on a minor utility ritual. via
How long does find familiar last?
Your familiar will last forever or until they get killed and temporarily poof away. You can deliver touch spells through your familiar as if you were the one doing the touching. via
Can a wizard learn Eldritch Blast?
The only legal way for a Wizard to have Eldritch Blast is through Magic Initiate or Spell Sniper, which means he will be even weaker in his primary class, having spent his ASI on a feat. via
What classes can cast find familiar?
You can learn Find Familiar through the Magic Initiate and Ritual Caster feats or the Magical Secrets class feature. Your DM might also allow you to get a familiar through other means. You can also multiclass into Warlock, Wizard, or Sorcerer (best choice) to gain access to Find Familiar spell. via
Can you do 2 cantrips per turn?
You cannot cast two cantrips during one action. That's why many cantrips scale as you level. To further explain what you read, if you cast a spell as a bonus action, you can only use your action to cast a cantrip. For example, there's a monster next to you. via
Are cantrips unlimited?
Default is unlimited. Keep in mind that some races have cantrips available to them all the time, regardless of class. via
Are cantrips infinite?
The corresponding text on page 52 under the Cantrips heading states that these are the only cantrips you know (at least, from the bard class), and that they must come from the bard's list of 0th-level spells. But you can cast the ones you do know unlimited times, yes. This is described under Cantrips on page 201. via