The pupil chaining or student chaining strategy is for learning spells via the Master/Student Relationship system. A main character takes a mage student, and that student takes a mage student of their own, learns their magic, then teaches 2 forms to the original master.

Examples and referencesEdit "A good strategy is to have Flonne be a mentor of a Cleric, and that Cleric be a mentor of attack mages. Then your Cleric can learn the attack spells and then also teach those to Flonne" "Learning spells is a chain function. It can be learned by a mentor from a pupil and then that mentor's mentor can learn it from him...and so on." "Pupil chaining is mostly useful for passing spells up the chain rather than any stat bonuses."

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