2007-07-31, 05:45 AM (ISO 8601)
Bugbear in the Playground
Re: Break Enchantment against Freeblemind
Fair enough, I have not read the Break Enchantment description since I don't activly play D&D, I just like to read about it.
Originally Posted by Jack_Simth
But to me, if a magical effect has no duration (instant) in such a way that it wont be supressed in an anti-magic field the brains are physically scrambled as opposed to just jammed. The magic came, did the damage and dissapated leaving the victim with a broken brain and no magic to keep the feeblemind effect active.
Now if the duration was "permanent" meaning that the magic stays and continously keep a stupifying enchantment on the victim, sure. Antimagic field would supress it (not dispel) and Break Enchantment would make sense.
With no magic to be broken by Break Enchantment how does it work ?
Restoration magic would make much more sense to me, but it is problebly a level thing.
Except drool ofcourse :)
Originally Posted by ThorFluff
Last edited by Khanderas; 2007-07-31 at 05:50 AM.