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Regarding this sentence in the Agility section: "If you know what you are doing, then you won't consider putting any points into Agility, period."
Most wizard races have a natural AGI of 75 or more, but Erudite wizards have a natural AGI of only 70, so putting 5 points in AGI to avoid the under-75 penalty is perfectly valid. In fact, considering that STR only gets you carrying capacity, and STA gives you so few hps as to be worthless, and the others are flat out worthless (for combat), 5 points in AGI is arguably the best choice for an Erudite wizard.
--Captain Faceplant 20:20, 5 January 2013 (UTC)