The part saying cleric's get this with the protection domain is a typo as they get the "minor globe of invulnerability" not the "globe of invulnerability". -- 21 January 2007

Are applied metamagic feats taken into account in determining whether a spell is blocked, i.e. an Empowered Fireball (lvl 3) cast as a lvl 5 spell - would this spell prevent it from taking effect? -- 10 February 2009

  • I doubt empowering a level 3 spell would allow it to get through a globe of invulnerability, but I have not checked. --The Krit 23:45, 27 February 2009 (UTC)
  • I tested, the empowered fireball doesn't get through the globe. The Shades version of the fireball does, however. -- 10 May 2009

Spell Resistance: Yes[]

What does it mean for this spell to have "Spell Resistance: Yes"?
Since it targets self (the caster) only, does it mean that if the caster has a positive amount of SR, the spell can fail to be applied to the caster?
Note that Minor Globe of Invulnerability (http://nwn.wikia.com/wiki/Minor_globe_of_invulnerability) has the corresponding field "Spell Reistance: No", which seems more logical/correct. 15:49, September 5, 2015 (UTC)

I am pretty sure that the spell resistance entry is a typo in the description. The script doesn't check spell resistance. - MrZork (talk) 05:54, September 6, 2015 (UTC)

Additional counterspell ?[]

Despite the description, I don't see where greater spell breach is listed as an additional counterspell for this spell (or any other) in spells.2da. It seems likely that this is an error, unless counterspelling allow the breach line of spells for counterspelling as well. The lesser and greater spell breaches are also listed as counters for the spell mantle and greater spell mantle.  - MrZork (talk) 06:12, September 6, 2015 (UTC)

  • I recall coming to the conclusion that the "additional counterspells" line in spell descriptions is unreliable, but I forget more details than that. (I was probably distracted by something before I could test it in the game.) It wouldn't surprise me if this one is wrong. --The Krit (talk) 03:06, September 13, 2015 (UTC)