Can dispel magic fizzle your own Antimagic Field? (in General)

Soul Eater January 13 2009 7:46 PM EST

I noticed in a couple fights where they didn't have dispel magic yet my Antimagic Field still got fizzled is that my own dispel magic doing that?

Admin{CB1}Slayer333 [SHIELD] January 13 2009 7:47 PM EST

DM dispels any spell cast on the opposing team.

Kefeck [Demonic Serenity] January 13 2009 7:48 PM EST

Yes DM will cancel out your own anti magic field. The only way to use both is using an RoS.

Soul Eater January 13 2009 7:50 PM EST

okay thank you, guess I'll be removing antimagic field then.

Sickone January 13 2009 8:12 PM EST

Well, you can still use both if AMF is higher than DM effect, but AMF will cast at a lower level.
Or, if you have a RoS, then your AMF is partially protected from your DM, exactly the same way like any of your ED are protected from enemy DM.
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