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In the offcial table top dice and paper game when you multiclass all your classes within your multclass all mesh together. As an example some sub class features like Light cleric at 8th lvl says: "Starting at 8th level, you can add your Wisdom Modifier to the damage you deal withany cleric cantrip." When you multiclass al lthe cantrips you know in your multiclass are cleric cantrips to you. So if you were a Warlock/Cleric for an example and reached 8th lvl in light domain cleric even eldritch blast would count as a "cleric " cantrip to you ( uniquely) because of your overall multiclass. Likewise if you had a multiclass of Wizard / Cleric and were 10 lvls of Wizard as school of evocation potent cantrip ability would also work with sacred flame cantrip with this multiclassing example. When you Multiclass you effectivly are makign a unique custom class.

I mention all of this to both inform those that were unaware, and to ask will this be true in the Larian Studios Baldur's Gate 3?

Thank You for your time in reading this thread.
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soulsyphon333: In the offcial table top dice and paper game when you multiclass all your classes within your multclass all mesh together. As an example some sub class features like Light cleric at 8th lvl says: "Starting at 8th level, you can add your Wisdom Modifier to the damage you deal withany cleric cantrip." When you multiclass al lthe cantrips you know in your multiclass are cleric cantrips to you. So if you were a Warlock/Cleric for an example and reached 8th lvl in light domain cleric even eldritch blast would count as a "cleric " cantrip to you ( uniquely) because of your overall multiclass. Likewise if you had a multiclass of Wizard / Cleric and were 10 lvls of Wizard as school of evocation potent cantrip ability would also work with sacred flame cantrip with this multiclassing example. When you Multiclass you effectivly are makign a unique custom class.

I mention all of this to both inform those that were unaware, and to ask will this be true in the Larian Studios Baldur's Gate 3?

Thank You for your time in reading this thread.
No. That's not true !! From the D&D 5e players handbook:
Spells Known and Prepared. You determine what spells you know and can prepare for each class individually, as if you were a single-classed member of that class. If you are a ranger 4/wizard 3, for example, you know three 1st-level ranger spells based on your levels in the ranger class. As 3rd-level wizard, you know three wizard cantrips, and your spellbook contains ten wizard spells, two of which (the two you gained when you reached 3rd level as a wizard) can be 2nd-level spells. If your Intelligence is 16, you can prepare six wizard spells from your spellbook.

Each spell you know and prepare is associated with one of your classes, and you use the spellcasting ability of that class when you cast the spell. Similarly, a spellcasting focus, such as a holy symbol, can be used only for the spells from the class associated with that focus.