A Dryad can use Fey Charm to charm a beast or humanoid. The result is that:
- The target is charmed; it cannot willingly harm the Dryad.
- The target is charmed; the Dryad's social checks against it have advantage.
- The target 'regards the dryad as a trusted friend to be heeded and protected.'
- The target 'takes the Dryad's requests or actions in the most favourable way it can.'
The Dryad can issue commands to beasts using its ability to speak with beasts and plants. Can it also issue commands to charmed humanoids who do not share an understanding of Elvish or Sylvan (the two languages spoken by the Dryad), or is the ability's effect limited in these cases to the effects of the charmed condition and the regarding of the Dryad as a trusted friend?