Antimagic was a type of spell effect that cancelled magic altogether. It was considered very powerful, being the supreme defense against magic, though it was itself the product of magic.[1]

Unlike dispel magic, it did not abort an active spell or magical effect, but merely suppressed it while it was in the antimagic-affected area.[1]

Antimagic was primarily produced by the antimagic field spell or by the beholder's antimagic cone, which replicated the effects of antimagic field.[1]


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