Cleric domain casting query

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Regarding this - Domain Spells: You always have the following spells prepared, provided you are able to cast cleric spells of the given level. They
do not count against the number of spells you can prepare each day.

so does that mean the domain spells can be done every round, so basically At Will spells?

or that they are daily, only one use per day, but do not count towards spells/level slots?

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They still cost a spell slot (unless they are a cantrip).  

Since cleric/wizard can prepare 2+level spells per day (that give him/her 3 spells at level 1), this means that the cleric can prepare 2+1 (plus the domain spell) = 4.   Still, he can only cast 2 of them per day.

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They definitely need to re-word that section as the statement 'always have the following spells prepared' definitely sound like you don't need to, well, prepare them...
They definitely need to re-word that section as the statement 'always have the following spells prepared' definitely sound like you don't need to, well, prepare them...



Well,I think that's how they planned it. Cleric prepares his spells for the day,but his domain spells are always prepared and don't count when determening how much you can prepare. For example. You can prepare 2 first lv spells and bless is your domain spell. You prepare cure wounds and cause fear,but you can cast that day cure,cause fear and bless. Once you get your domain spell,you can cast it without prepairing it if you have free slot. They could maybe reword it something,but it's not really confusing.

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