Isn't that backwards? He'd continue to see the illusion and "perceive" an imagined invisible wall only if he failed the save, no? If he makes the save, wouldn't he see the real wall (leaving him to draw his own conclusions about the real wall)?
I meant if he fails the save, yes.
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Originally Posted by archaeo
Man, this is just one of those things you see and realize, "I live in a weird and banal future."