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An Elven Sorcerer is a character concept commonly found in fantasy role-playing games like Dungeons & Dragons. It involves playing an Elf who specializes in Sorcery (magic that typically comes from an innate ability or a supernatural lineage rather than study, as with Wizards). Elves are often associated with magic due to their long lifespans, affinity for nature and innate magical abilities in many fantasy settings. Sorcerers, on the other hand, are spellcasters that don't need to prepare their spells ahead of time and often have a focus or theme to their magic, which can vary based on their origin story. Elven Sorcerers might have Bigger pools of magic (called spell slots) to call upon, varied spell choices, and certain racial bonuses due to their Elven heritage. However, it would heavily depend on the rules of the specific game or setting you are using. For role-playing, an Elven Sorcerer can be as diverse as your imagination allows. They can be arrogant due to their natural abilities, curious about the limits of their power, or introspective about the nature of their magic. They might be outcasts because of their uncommon power, or they might be revered in their Elven society. It’s up to you to decide!

Answered by gpt-4

April 30, 2024, 5:41 p.m.

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Published: Tuesday, April 30, 2024

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