Assuming a standard point-buy and a very lenient GM who has given away a tremendous amount of gold of exactly one (1) infinity and allows any official Paizo books to be used, how many spells per day can a Druid reach in Pathfinder? You can use any Paizo-published material, but no 3d-party sources.
Before you ask, we are assuming a character who only has levels in the Druid class, and by “levels” I mean exactly one level.
Any external help (e.g. from a teammate) is not allowed; the Druid has to do their job themselves. Aid from any NPCs granted by any Druid option or by gold is allowed, though.
This question is about purely theoretical optimization, the practical outcome of this question is to better understand:
- How does the Druid class work.
- Some core principles of optimization.
- The importance of Wealth By Level being more or less balanced according to the book.
- The boundaries of low-level play.
Things That Also Don’t Count because they are boring:
- Wands, Scrolls etc.
- Buying NPCs’ service to cast spells for you. The Druid needs to cast themselves.
- Casting Orisons. The Druid has to cast any spell of 1st or higher level.
Essentially, the situation is that you can buy as much as you want before the “D-day”, when you can no longer spend gold and need to cast the promised number of times.
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