3e SRD:Tailor Memory
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|Telepathy (Cha) [Charm,Mind-Affecting]|
|Range:||Medium (100 ft. + 10 ft./level)|
|Target:||One humanoid of Medium-size or smaller|
|Saving Throw:||Will negates (see text)|
The manifester inserts a memory of his or her own choosing in your subject's mind. A manifester can insert a memory of up to 1 round duration per four manifester levels. The manifester chooses when the fake event occurred any time within the last week. The manifester can't read the subject's memory with this power.
Tailoring a memory is tricky, because if it is not done right, the subject's mind recognizes the memory as false. Dissonance occurs if the manifester inserts a memory that is out of context with the subject's past experience. The subject gains a bonus of +1 to +4 to his or her saving throw, depending on the magnitude of dissonance created by specifying an out-of-context memory, as determined by the DM. Likewise, inserting a memory of the subject taking an action against his or her nature grants a +1 to +4 bonus, depending on the type of memory inserted. Inserting a memory that couldn't possibly be true causes the power to fail automatically.
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