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I have read on some Changeling books that accepting a gift from a changeling is dangerous, because enchanted mortals are more vulnerable to changeling's magic. I have read the same about drinking changeling's blood (if you are a vampire).

But when reading cantrip and enchantment systems the only thing I have found is that you don't have to spend glamour to cast a cantrip to an enchanted being. Given that the changeling must spend glamour to enchant that person, it doesn't sound like a huge advantage, unless you are planning to cast several cantrips to the same target (which isn't very normal).

Is there another advantage when casting cantrips to enchanted targets?

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@Discord Good point. But still, this is found on "The Enchanted": "This [enchanting a mortal] allows the Kithain to use their chimerical weapons and items on the mortal as well as more easily affect him with cantrips". –  Flamma Aug 8 '13 at 17:14

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Given that the changeling must spend glamour to enchant that person, it doesn't sound like a huge advantage, unless you are planning to cast several cantrips to the same target (which isn't very normal)

However, I believe that's the advantage they're talking about. An enchanted person can be affected by multiple cantrips — plus, there's the case where multiple changelings want to enchant a single target. Being enchanted puts you in reach of all of them.

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