Whereas a sorcerer in combat or other time sensitive situations has all their spells available to them.

; Ench. Sorcerer/Wizard Spell List Filter.
Wizard, between Ritual Casting, a larger spell list, and just having more spells known, wizard kinds of gives me everything I want from a caster. Resistance: Subject gains +1 on saving throws. Sorcerer and wizard spells are arcane and are affected by somatic spell failure caused by wearing heavier armors. 0-LEVEL SORCERER/WIZARD SPELLS (CANTRIPS) Abjur. I played an elemental sorcerer and had access to the primal Spell list. An “F” or “M” appearing in the Comp.
Re: Wizards vs. Sorcerer Spell List Well the obvious answer is that for every spell on the list the sorcerer has a quickened version, and a subtle version and for many a twinned, an empowered and an extended version... Add all of these variants on and the numbers swing in the sorcerer's favour.

column denotes a focus or material component not normally included in a spell component pouch. Acid Splash: Orb deals 1d3 acid damage. I also don't have to jump through some feat or multiclassing hoops to get a familiar.

Sorcerer spells are tied to charisma, while wizard spells are tied to intelligence, which determines what level of spell the sorcerer/wizard can cast (up to unmodified charisma/intelligence - 10), bonus spell slots, and what the spell's difficulty class will be. Detect Poison: Detects poison in one creature or small object.

; Div. Meta magic is nice, but I prefer the sheer versatility from Wizard. a wizard is born an ordinary mortal, learns magic and spells from books; a sorcerer is born a sorcerer, but needs to learn spells (possibly of a certain type) from a master. ; Detect Magic: Detects spells and magic items within 60 ft.; Read Magic: Read scrolls and spellbooks. Daze: Humanoid creature of 4 HD or less loses next action. ; Conj. The new rules give sorcerers access to any spell list. Yeah a wizard with the spell substitution thesis can redo some spells, but it takes 10 minutes.

Is this correct, or is there more to it?