Situation: the You Must Obey Nightmare (Beast: the Primordial, p. 138) functions similarly to the Dominate Discipline of a Ventrue vampire, but instead of hypnotizing the target (inflicting the Mesmerized condition), the target is fully aware of what's going on, but can't resist without suffering a Breaking Point, unlike a Dominated individual who only wakes up if hit or after doing something that caused a Breaking Point (VtR 2e, p. 305).
In other words, Dominate hypnotizes people into going along with whatever is said until they wake up and freak out. You Must Obey says, "Do what I say, or you get a swat on the sanity," and the target gets the "choice" of whether or not they want to comply.
Problem: Beasts, by nature, have no Integrity equivalent. Their feeding patterns and very existences cause sanity loss in other people. As such, they don't suffer Breaking Points.
So, if I haven't missed anything in the text that says, "If a beast encounters a Breaking Point, roll Satiety," or something to that effect, does that mean that, unlike just about all of the other Nightmares, You Must Obey, RAW, doesn't hinder other beasts? Can they just ignore the commands unless the user spent Satiety to help them regain Willpower and get Exceptional Successes easier?