Wellspring Gnome Pathfinder 2E

Hello adventurers of all shapes and sizes! Welcome to my guide and thank you so much for taking a look at the last gnome heritage’s of the core rule book at least. Today we’re gonna be taking a look at the wellspring gnome pf2e. Now i feel like this is gonna be one of the more common choices in my opinion, i think it’s pretty cool from a thematic level but mechanically.

I’d consider this to be one of the best maybe the fey-touched gnome might be good competitor but for the most part i feel like the wellspring gnome is gonna be outrageously common. That being said, let’s take a quick look at their description here and just break it down a little bit.

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Some other source of magic has a greater hold on you than the primal magic of your fey lineage does. This connection might come from an occult plane or an ancient occult song; a deity, celestial, or fiend; magical effluent left behind by a mage war; or ancient rune magic.

Choose arcane, divine, or occult. You gain one cantrip from that magical tradition’s spell list. You can cast this spell as an innate spell at will, as a spell of your chosen tradition. A cantrip is heightened to a spell level equal to half your level rounded up. Whenever you gain a primal innate spell from a gnome ancestry feat, change its tradition from primal to your chosen tradition.

Very cool stuff! So there’s a couple things that you got it aside here firstly choose between arcane, divine or occult and then they go through their lists which we will be writing articles on in the future once again i’ll just link them here.

So for the most part pick one, pick a cantrip and then all other ancetry spells get changed to that tradition as well. It’s very cool kind of changes everything about that character at least from a magical standpoint.

Conclusion

That being said, let me know what you think of the wellspring gnome down beneath in the comments section. Mention any thoughts, questions, comments, concerns or ideas you have regarding them. That being said, i hope you all have a great day and as always happy adventuring.

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