If you ran a village, would you rather have wizard or cleric spells?
January 10, 2014 1:46 AM Subscribe
I'm in a Dnd 3.5 campaign in which players are helping to develop a small town. Would a town get more benefit from cleric or wizard spells? Which spells and of what schools/domains?
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In my current DnD campaign, we (players) have a town we take care of. We build buildings, make sure there are enough resources to feed people etc.
We have an option to build a parish (which unlocks clerics and cleric spells) or a library (which unlocks wizards and wizard spells.) Even if players do not choose to be clerics or wizards, we can have the person who will staff the building cast one spell a week (and because it's over the course of a week, I believe there is some added benefits though the DM hasn't been specific on that account)
While we can get both eventually, I was wondering which of these should come first and, more importantly, what spells I should try to get. Spells from any books other than vile darkness/exalted deeds go. Also, no wish and planer travel. Mostly looking for things that would help the town at lower level.
If you are protecting/providing for a small town, do you think access to wizard or cleric spells would be more useful? If so, what spells?