Originally Posted by Vesth
Uhh...do I get an attempt to resist the spell? I don't mind either way though.
Well, this situation isn't quite as simple as just a mind-effecting enchantment scenario. The first spell is specifically designed to be subtle, so it isn't a question of resisting it as much as noticing it. I suppose there would be a chance of that happening, albeit small. If KimZahn did not notice the first spell, then he would have next to no way of resisting the silence
spell, as his mental defenses would be lowered. As it stands, Reynald just used up three pretty high level spell slots just to bind the wish slave (for maybe ten-fifteen minutes at the most). By the looks of things, there will be more surprises around the corner. So I wouldn't worry about it too much.
Anyhow, about my last post. I am working under the assumption that Malenth made it to the East Gate and the Arlin actually got the gear and mounts (two fairly reasonable assumptions, given that they are both independent characters capable of completing simple tasks). The spell that Reynald cast on Zane can be seen through with any sort of True Seeing
-esque magic. However, after this post even Reynald doesn't know where Zane is. So just keep all that in mind while writing responses.