3e SRD:Fatal Attraction
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|Telepathy (Cha) [Compulsion,Mind-Affecting]|
|Display:||Me (detectable only by victim)|
|Range:||Medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./level)|
|Target:||One living creature|
|Saving Throw:||Fortitude negates|
The manifester plants a hidden death-urge impulse in the subject's unconscious. The impulse slowly takes root and reinforces itself in the subject's mind over a period of 1d4 days. The subject's conscious mind remains completely unaware of the death urge secretly swelling within. The subject's companions, if any, may each make one Wisdom check on the final day of the time period to notice that the subject seems unaccountably dour and fatalistic.
When the urge has grown to an overpowering psychosis (after 1d4 days), the subject looks for the quickest, most likely method to end his or her life and attempts to do so. If nothing better offered itself, the subject would attempt to perform a coup de grace on him or herself. If the subject had no weapon, he or she would attempt to batter him or herself to death on a wall or other surface. If the subject goes through with a method but fails to die, he or she can make another Fortitude save against the original DC to break the compulsion. Otherwise, the urge secretly grows again over 1d4 days, and the cycle repeats.
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