Okay, I have this idea for a character (DnD, 3.5e) who has some innate magical talent, but simply fails in developing it intuitively, so he goes on to invest his intelligence in studying and learning wizardry.
This character should be a wizard (human, starting at level 4), but it would feel wrong if he wasn’t able to cast at least a couple of low-level spells spontaneously. This is more a role-playing thing.
What options do I have for giving my wizard the ability to cast some low-level spells (level 0, 1 and later maybe 2) spontaneously?
My previous idea was to simply make him a multiclass character, starting off as a sorcerer, but then focusing on becoming a wizard, but the -20% penaly on experience, as he wouldn’t develop his sorcerer nature, is a bit of a turnoff. Can I maybe counter this with a feat?