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Core RulesSpells

Dispel Magic


You may expend MP to dispel an enchantment. To dispel an opponent’s magic, the MP you spend must be equal to the MP your opponent spent to create the enchantment. If the enchantment is spread across multiple targets, all targets in the spell's area of effect are dispelled. If the enchantment was created by a spellcaster more powerful than you, you must also make a contested spell check (either a new spell check from the opposing spellcaster, or in the absence of an opposing spellcaster, a TN of the GM's choosing). This spell cannot be used against spells; only their effects. You can dispel the effects of magic items for 1 round per MP you spend if you succeed on a spell check: use TN 7 + the strength of the magic item.


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