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{{Spell Header | First use=http://www.errantstory.com/2004-06-02 meji on Jon}}
{{Spell Header | First use=[http://www.errantstory.com/2004-06-02 Meji on Jon]}}
Another of those [[:Category:Magical effects | spells]] that make life interesting.
Another of those [[:Category:Magical effects | spells]] that make life interesting.

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First use: Meji on Jon

Where used

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Another of those spells that make life interesting.


This is a general anti-spell spell. The first time we saw it cast (see next section), it was intended to counteract a Charm spell, thereby negating the infatuation that the charmee has with the charmer -- in this case, Jon Amraphel and Sarine Elle, respectively. Presumably it could be used against other persistent spells such as Illusion and Invisibility.

Note that there is an effect tied to a location, not cast by a mage, called Dispel Trap that has similar consequences. (In all likelihood it was originally created by a mage, but he/she doesn't have to hang around for the Dispel Trap to work, in contrast to the Dispel spell itself.) Meji had a bad experience with one en route to the Heretic Knowledge Vault.

Where Used

Used by Meji here to try to rid Jon of the charm that Meji thinks Sarine has placed on him. However, there's no charm, and the spell simply irritates Jon, both emotionally and (apparently) physically.

A quiet, almost sotto voce Dispel by the Anilis-supercharged Ian had a highly spectacular effect on the glowing blob of human-shaped energy operating as Luminosita. Shoes are going to be dropping from this one for a long time, probably.

Used by Sara here to cancle Paul's time magic enough for her brother Jon to kill him with a mundane bullet.

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