# If I take the “Prodigy” advancement for Wizard, then what does “one level lower” mean in this context?

If I take the “Prodigy” advancement for Wizard, then what does “one level lower” mean in this context?

If I take the “Prodigy” advancement for Wizard, then what does “one level lower” mean in this context?

– Does it mean that a level 5 spell becomes a level 4 spell, even though no such spells exist?

– Does it mean that a level 5 spell becomes a level 3 spell, since level 4 spells does not exist?

## 4 thoughts on “If I take the “Prodigy” advancement for Wizard, then what does “one level lower” mean in this context?”

1. I think level 4. KISS Príncipe

2. Yeah, me too. I just think isn’t as versatile as other moves, such as Empowered Magic. It’d be a lot smoother it made you able to prepare Level+2 total spell levels instead of Level+1. I guess it’s about choosing a “signature spell”. I like that though, it’s pretty flavorful. 🙂

3. I asked this on the forums some time ago, and I can confirm tim’s reply.

4. Super. Thanks 🙂