This spell requires the caster to hit a target with a spell packet and hold the hand used to throw the packet palm out, facing the recipi- ent. The victim and the target should then stay at least ten feet apart while the spell is in effect, and the caster must keep the hand held out toward the target. The outstretched hand cannot be used for any other purpose, although the caster may use the other hand for in-game skills. When the spell is first cast, the recipient must move ten feet away from the caster. After that, neither the recipient nor the caster may approach within ten feet of each other; the caster cannot approach the recipient any easier than the recipient may approach the caster. Either could back away. If the victim is within ten feet when the spell is cast, the victim must move away, but never in a manner that will endanger the victim or cause direct harm to the victim. In other words, the victim cannot be made to jump off a cliff or walk towards a magical rift or do any other action which would cause harm. This spell does not create a ten foot magical circle around the caster which is effective only upon the victim; if the victim has to come closer than ten feet in order to get away (for example, to pull close to the caster in order to get to an exit), then that is permissible. While within that ten foot area, however, the victim can take no in-game actions against the caster.