Explicitly covered in the rules - Disarm / Shatter (Only functions if new target has a valid item based on initial call) Command / Charm (control of the recipient is handed over to the most recent effect reflector) Uncertain on reflected interactions - Repel This spell requires the caster to hit a target with a spell packet and hold the hand used to throw the packet palm out, facing the recipient. The victim and the target should then stay at least ten feet apart while the spell is in effect, and the caster must keep the hand held out toward the target. The outstretched hand cannot be used for any other purpose, although the caster may use the other hand for in-game skills Question: Is it possible to Bane a repel and obtain ownership of it? If so, does the spell end as soon as the first caster lowers their hand? Do you get to define a new hand to repel with? Assassinate / Terminate: Like a Back Attack, Terminate must be performed from the back. The “back” includes the buttocks, rear of the arm (triceps area from shoulder to elbow) and rear half of the calves and thighs from heel to buttocks. You must be behind the victim to inflict a Terminate; you cannot reach around from the front. When used with a thrown weapon, bow or crossbow, the attack does not have to be from the rear... Terminate can be blocked by a Parry, Dodge, or a Riposte. A Magic Armor spell also protects the wearer from a Terminate and expends it in the process. Question: Do backstab effects need to be reflected with a thrown weapon / bow / or crossbow to do more than block an attack? Do you have to riposte a Terminate from behind someone otherwise? How do reflected ownership rules and conditional effects interact in these situations?