@apollyonhelfirewould a hidden rogue add sneak attack damage to eldritch blast if they had it say from magic initiate feat or multiclass sneak attack specifies a ranged weapon, but I'd allow it in my campaign. on the powerful side, especially at high levels
— Mike Mearls (@mikemearls) January 14, 2015
@mikemearls Does the "you learn that spell" language in the Magic Initiate feat mean you can cast it with existing spell slots?
— James Crawford (@JCrawfordMusic) September 8, 2014
@JCrawfordMusic I'd say yes, but featspecifies can't cast it after using it. Official answer might differ, but it doesn't break anything
— (((Mike Mearls))) (@mikemearls) September 16, 2014
— John Appleton (@jaa0109) November 12, 2014
@jaa0109 @mikemearls @ChrisPerkinsDnDDo you see allowing access to one more offensive Cantrip based on Domain as unbalancing? A cleric can pick up other damaging cantrips by taking the Magic Initiate feat or by multiclassing.
— Jeremy Crawford (@JeremyECrawford) November 12, 2014