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Subject: Conflicting Spells and "spell strength" rss

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Richard Mitchell
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A character "bewitched" by Melt into Mist and Transform has them both energized simultaneously. This is in fact an example under conflicting spells 4.6.10.f. My question is ( for this example, and in general) : How is the relative strength of the spell determined?

Some spells seem to include a strength definition in their description. for example EXORCISE "This spell is the strongest of all, and nullifies, or breaks all others". However the above two spells, while clearly conflicting with each other, are not so clear on which is stronger...? I could be missing an obvious rule hereshake

Or does that imply they are in fact equal and nullify one another?

What is clear is that there is some sort of interaction here, either both will be nullified, or one of these two spells will effectively nullify the other until it goes inert. I just want to be sure Im handling this correctly.

Thanks for any help.
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Quantum Jack
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Quote:
4.6.9.g

If an individual is affected by several transmorphizing
spells at once, the strongest one nullifies the others. Melt Into
Mist is the strongest transmorphizing spell, Transform is the
second strongest, and Absorb Essence is weakest.

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Richard Mitchell
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Ugh ... I feel like I combed the spells section a dozen times ... 13 would've been the magic number. Thanks much QJ!
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