In my current round an interesting case appeared. I have 2 players 1 being a werewolf and 1 being a mage.
The werewolf thanks to predatory aura put the submissive condition on the mage (and succeeded). The submissive means the mage needs to spend 1 willpower and succeed on a roll in order to defy the wishes of the werewolf.
Now the mage asked me if immediately after getting that condition as he is a mind mage if he can remove that condition or bolster his willpower points in order to resist/remove the condition immediately again.
At first thought I said no as that would be going against the wishes of the werewolf instignating that condition (that the other is submissive to him). He would have to use a wp and successfully roll the roll mentioned in the condition in order to be able to cast those spells with the intention of negatinv the condition (as he would defy the werewolves wishes there with it).
Now my question here is simple. Is this interpretation of the rules correct?
Info about tags: I used chronicles of darkness to make sure that we are using 2nd edition rules where possible (thus werewolf 2nd and mage 1st edition atm as mage 2nd didn't release so far).
Edit: Thanks to a friend of mine I noticed that the submissive condition does no longer exist in the current version (it was only in the first version of the 2nd edition werewolf and was replaced later on). Still though the question is the same as it is about the same sort of thing happening.