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Full Counter

Effect

Full Counter enables its user to reflect attacks aimed at them back at the enemy, but with double the power; therefore, the stronger the opponent's powers are, the stronger the user's power becomes. However, there are also many drawbacks to Full Counter: the user cannot initiate any attacks themselves, and they would not be able to reflect attacks if the opponent does not allow them to read the nature and timing of their attacks. This means that the user must forgo any attacks in the round that they wish to use Full Counter, and their initiative must be before or equal to the segment in which they would be hit by a spell. If a successful save versus spell is made, the spell is reflected back at its source with double strength.

Gestures & Ritual
Swiping one's hand or weapon as to "throw" the magic back to its source
Range
Touch
Applied Restriction
This can only be done if anticipated, and if the user's initiative is on or before that of the incoming spell

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