The Domination spell enables the caster to control the actions of any creature.
|“||The Domination spell enables the caster to control the actions of any creature while the spell is in effect. This control is maintained through a telepathic link between the caster and the victim. Unlike the 4th-level priest spell Mental Domination, the target has no option for release, even if made to do something against his morals. This effect can only be reversed by Dispel Magic. The target is allowed a Saving Throw vs. Spell with a -2 penalty to negate the effect.||”|
Where to obtain its scrollEdit
Baldur's Gate: Tales of the Sword CoastEdit
Baldur's Gate II: Shadows of AmnEdit
Baldur's Gate II: Throne of BhaalEdit
- The Amulet of Power, though not protecting from this spell, does prevent the status effect icon from being properly shown on a dominated party member's portrait.
- A few characters have hidden dialogues while charmed, you may manually initiate talks with them during the charm state, Tranzig and Rieltar are examples of such characters
- Commencing aggressive actions towards the charmed creatures ends the state
- Unlike other charm spells, Domination doesn't aggro neutral creatures if they make the save