Do you have examples how you might use the Suggestion spell in combat?

2 thoughts on “Do you have examples how you might use the Suggestion spell in combat?

  1. Merkabah says:

    Could you spell out the parameters of what is defined as reasonable?

    For instance it is clear in the spell that it is unreasonable to ask a creature to harm itself in any way, and that doing so Ends the spell.

    But what about asking it to harm it’s allies?

    “Things are not what they seem! Help me defeat these monsters before they turn on you!”

    What about asking something to just bugger off?

    “Walk North and keep walking North for 8 hours”

    It could be argued that telling someone to walk North for 8 hours isn’t a very reasonable thing to ask them, so the wording of the spell leaves a lot to interpretation… But in the spell itself it mentions as an example you could tell a knight to give her war horse to the next beggar she meets and she would do so within an 8-hour period if possible. It could be argued that this is not a reasonable thing to ask of someone so what are the parameters of reasonable in this case?

    Is it anything that does not harm that person directly? As in not harming them physically?

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