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''Summary:You have much higher control over victims of your compulsions.''<br />
 
''Summary:You have much higher control over victims of your compulsions.''<br />
 
'''Prerequisites:''' At least 5 Compulsion spells or abilities, [[Commanding]] feat.<br />
 
'''Prerequisites:''' At least 5 Compulsion spells or abilities, [[Commanding]] feat.<br />
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'''Benefits:''' Victims of your Compulsions no longer recieve any bonuses when forced to take actions against their nature, if the save succeeds, the subject still remains your thrall despite its minor mutiny. If spell allowed such save with a penalty, this penalty doubles, and if the save succeeds, all the next saves will be made with the same penalty. Now you can give obviously self-destructive orders, but subject receives a new saving throw with a +5 bonus.
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'''Benefits:''' Victims of your Compulsions no longer recieve any bonuses when forced to take actions against their nature, if the save succeeds, the subject still remains your thrall despite its minor mutiny. If spell allowed such save with a penalty, this penalty doubles. Now you can give obviously self-destructive orders, but subject receives a new saving throw with a +5 bonus.
   
   

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