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Thus, a single-class 3rd level paladin only has 2 x 1st level spell slots to begin with, and loses nothing by multiclassing. Basically, this means that the paladin is 1 level behind in going up in spell slots, and the arcane trickster is 2 levels behind, compared to PHB, except at 2nd and 3rd level respectively when the first spell-slots are gained. Thus the paladin would be behind the PHB roughly half the time, and the arcane trickster roughly two thirds of the time.
Do not round down when calculating total levels for multiclass spell-caster spell slots. Instead, add all fractions together from all your different classes then round up, unless the fractions total less than 1. By this method an eldritch knight would get the same spell-slots whether under the single-classed or multi-classed rules. A paladin likewise. I have not systematically checked but if I have guessed the pattern correctly then this would hold true in other cases too, but it does require you to not be scared of arithmetic, and to be capable of converting to sixths.
Dragonborn Sorcerers Specifically, dragonborn sorcerers of draconic bloodline, especially though not only if of the same dragon type for both. Makes sense thematically for a dragonborn to have a matching draconic bloodline, right? Except that it is specifically a disadvantage to be a dragonborn sorcerer of draconic bloodline, because your racial abilities overlap with your class abilities with nothing to make up for this.
The first instance of this is languages: So far, so trivial. Personally, I would rule that dragonborn sorcerers of draconic bloodline gain claws enhancing their unarmed combat damage to 1d4, or if already 1d4 or higher then by one die-type. Thus a dragonborn sorcerer of draconic bloodline level 1, multiclassed to monk level 17, would inflict d12 damage in unarmed combat.