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Aroden's Spellbane is the ultimate method of protection here. You will want 25th Caster Level so as to be able to name five spells: Dispel Magic, Greater Dispel Magic, Mordenkainen's Disjunction (aka "Mage's Disjunction"), Antimagic Field, and Aroden's Spellbane1. If you can't get your CL this high, drop Aroden's Spellbane and Antimagic Field and get a scroll. 

At lower levels, layering long-lasting ineffective spells on yourself very much helps protect against dispelling attempts, and you should always have Dispel Magic and/or Greater Dispel Magic prepared (or otherwise readily accessible, if unable to cast them), which you can use as a counterspell.

A Globe of Invulnerability also protects against Dispel Magic, but not Greater Dispell Magic, by a strict reading of the rules, but probably is only good for a single attempted casting by the Rules as Intended.


Note that you might not be able to cast these spells while spellbane'd, but you also might be able to. It hinges on the details of how antimagic field works, which are somewhat contentious. You certainly can't affect anything in the spellbane'd area, though, so you wouldn't, for example, be able to dispel negative effects your enemies might place upon you (though you could subject yourself to Break Enchantment, if you don't have any permanent transmutation effects or they are at CL 24 or higher).

Aroden's Spellbane is the ultimate method of protection here. You will want 25th Caster Level so as to be able to name five spells: Dispel Magic, Greater Dispel Magic, Mordenkainen's Disjunction (aka "Mage's Disjunction), Antimagic Field, and Aroden's Spellbane. If you can't get your CL this high, drop Aroden's Spellbane and Antimagic Field and get a scroll.

At lower levels, layering long-lasting ineffective spells on yourself very much helps protect against dispelling attempts, and you should always have Dispel Magic and/or Greater Dispel Magic prepared (or otherwise readily accessible, if unable to cast them), which you can use as a counterspell.

A Globe of Invulnerability also protects against Dispel Magic, but not Greater Dispell Magic, by a strict reading of the rules, but probably is only good for a single attempted casting by the Rules as Intended.

Aroden's Spellbane is the ultimate method of protection here. You will want 25th Caster Level so as to be able to name five spells: Dispel Magic, Greater Dispel Magic, Mordenkainen's Disjunction (aka "Mage's Disjunction"), Antimagic Field, and Aroden's Spellbane1. If you can't get your CL this high, drop Aroden's Spellbane and Antimagic Field and get a scroll. 

At lower levels, layering long-lasting ineffective spells on yourself very much helps protect against dispelling attempts, and you should always have Dispel Magic and/or Greater Dispel Magic prepared (or otherwise readily accessible, if unable to cast them), which you can use as a counterspell.

A Globe of Invulnerability also protects against Dispel Magic, but not Greater Dispell Magic, by a strict reading of the rules, but probably is only good for a single attempted casting by the Rules as Intended.


Note that you might not be able to cast these spells while spellbane'd, but you also might be able to. It hinges on the details of how antimagic field works, which are somewhat contentious. You certainly can't affect anything in the spellbane'd area, though, so you wouldn't, for example, be able to dispel negative effects your enemies might place upon you (though you could subject yourself to Break Enchantment, if you don't have any permanent transmutation effects or they are at CL 24 or higher).

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Aroden's Spellbane is the ultimate method of protection here. You will want 25th Caster Level so as to be able to name five spells: Dispel Magic, Greater Dispel Magic, Mordenkainen's Disjunction (aka "Mage's Disjunction), Antimagic Field, and Aroden's Spellbane. If you can't get your CL this high, drop Aroden's Spellbane and Antimagic Field and get a scroll.

At lower levels, layering long-lasting ineffective spells on yourself very much helps protect against dispelling attempts, and you should always have Dispel Magic and/or Greater Dispel Magic prepared (or otherwise readily accessible, if unable to cast them), which you can use as a counterspell.

A Globe of Invulnerability also protects against Dispel Magic, but not Greater Dispell Magic, by a strict reading of the rules, but probably is only good for a single attempted casting by the Rules as Intended.