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|Telepathy (Cha) [Compulsion,Mind-Affecting]|
|Range:||Close (25 ft. + 5 ft./2 levels)|
|Target:||One living creature|
|Saving Throw:||Will negates|
The manifester plants a compelling attraction in the mind of the subject. The attraction can be toward a particular person, an object, an action, or an event. The power's subject will take reasonable steps to meet, get close to, attend, find, or perform the object of its implanted attraction. For the purposes of this power, reasonable means that while fascinated, the subject doesn't suffer from blind obsession. The subject can still recognize danger, but will not flee unless the threat is immediate. If the manifester makes the subject feel an attraction to the manifester, he or she can't command the subject indiscriminately, although he or she will be willing to listen to the manifester (even if the subject disagrees). This power grants the manifester a +4 bonus to his or herCharisma modifier when dealing with the subject.
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