A half-fey is immune to enchantment effects:

Original text from Fiend Folio:

Special Qualities: Half-fey have low-light vision and are immune to enchantment spells and effects.

Revised text from wizards:

Immunity to Enchantments (Ex): At 2nd level, a half-fey becomes immune to all spells and effects from the Enchantment school. This ability replaces the saving throw bonus against these effects included in the half-fey's base racial features.

Under the Psionics-Magic transparency default rule, what psionic powers is the half-fey immune to?

The default rule for the interaction of psionics and magic is simple: Powers interact with spells and spells interact with powers in the same way a spell or normal spell-like ability interacts with another spell or spell-like ability. This is known as psionics-magic transparency.


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From the psionic powers overview of the telepathy discipline:

For the purpose of psionics-magic transparency, telepathy powers are equivalent to powers of the enchantment school (thus, creatures resistant to enchantment spells are equally resistant to telepathy powers).

Half-fey are immune to telepathy powers.


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