In our game I am playing as Wizard of the White Council. One of our encounters included some Jade Court Vampires. I Conjured up a spell that left the big, baddest guy of the encounter up off the ground and weightless (aspect) for 5 rounds. My GM was unsure of how to counter this effect and what options he would have. He is a new GM and we are all new to the Dresden Files RPG. We already advised him of options like using a door frame or sticking his weapon into the ground to give himself a form of control, or another caster to dispel it. How else could we have gone about this? Any and all advice is greatly appreciated.
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That dependes on how do you interpret Weigthless and the context. I can think of two interpretations:
Now we can devise two posible contexts:
Conflict happens in a open space:
Conflict happens in a enclosed space:
If your DM judges it works like case 1, then the spell is fine, as it inflicts the targets with a impairment severe enough to disable weak enemies or cause problems to the strong ones, but without completely disabling them.
If your DM let it works as the case 2, he may consider to forbid the spell where there is no ceiling, reduce the duration, or otherwise nerf it, so that a imparing spell do not turns into into a unsuspectedly strong damaging spell.