@redcometcasval what led to Sorc being a sub, but other limited scope classes like Barbarian being full classes?
@mikemearls it's very common for D&D settings to introduce new casters, not so much with warrior-types
@mikemearls we can cover setting-specific options with subclasses for most classes
I wanted to go through all the classes that are are introduced by setting, and get a break down, of which classes they could be a sublcass for, given the current list of 10. However, it's way too overwhelming for me. Perhaps we can do it as a group?
Here are the lists I have found:
And I'm certain that Wikipedia doesn't have the complete lists...
Eyeballing it however, it seems that the number of classes that are not some form of Mage is about 20, while mage like classes are closer to 60. I could be missing something though.