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Since Solasta :Crown of Magister follows the rules of DnD 5e, your spellcasters can only change prepared spells during long rest (either around a camp fire on in the inn). When you are travelling, you have to go through a few long rests that restore your spells (if you have used them in combat), but I can nowhere see a way to swap spells, as the whole journey (and rests) takes place on the world map.

Can you change your prepared spells? If so, how?

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You can change them in the long rest interface, which appears when you rest at any long rest spot on a normal map or at an inn. During travel this screen is usually skipped.

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  • So basically, does t mean that you can't change them during the journey, unless you've been attacked?
    – Yasskier
    Jun 20, 2021 at 21:42
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    I noticed yesterday, you can't change them during the journey at all, as continue resting just finishes the rest. You need to manually rest at a rest spot in a dungeon or at an inn in order to change prepared spells.
    – Dulkan
    Jun 21, 2021 at 6:02
  • @Yasskier In the difficulty settings you can change this particular setting; if you check the 'custom difficulty settings' box, then there is an entry for 'require a long rest to change prepared spells' that you can check/uncheck. I don't know what preset setting allows changing the without a long rest, but I know the 'standard' difficulty (and, presumably, the harder ones, too) has the box for 'require long rest' checked.
    – TylerH
    Jun 28, 2021 at 13:43
  • @TylerH that would be a decent answer
    – Yasskier
    Jun 28, 2021 at 21:31
  • @Yasskier It doesn't answer the question you asked (and I haven't played a campaign where that checkbox is unchecked to know how one would change prepared spells outside of a long rest, which would answer the question).
    – TylerH
    Jun 29, 2021 at 13:37
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If you change the travel settings to "Interrupt after a long break", it will open the options of long break before continuing

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