The same spells from different classes not landing, not based on the spell, but based on the level the secondary class obtains the spell, also dumb. Druid can cast buff, ranger cannot for 15 levels. Same spell. also dumb. Mage pet summon spell descriptors no longer actually say "Consumes a malachite when cast" When I noticed this, I rejoiced, until the failure message. Remove consumable purchase taxation on class defining abilities already. It made sense in 1999 when pets poofed on zoning. By the time EQ got to beastlords, they stopped this nonsense because it's just that, nonsense. Why should only some classes have material costs attached to basic class abilities?. It's also lame to clog inventory slots with this junk for life. The majority of classes don't have to.