Demon Hunters vs Nathrezim in Lore Discussion Posted June 18, 2014 Also' date=' uh. it's pretty much debateable if nondetection wards off true sight since some rule out anything besides the divination spells given in the spell description while others just allow protection from ALL divination spells, which in my opinion seems like giving the spell too much credit. [/quote'] there is no debate. there is a difference between what you perceive, and fact. from an RPG/D&D standpoint, no, nondetection does not grant 100% protection against divination spells. it is an opposed caster level check. http://www.d20srd.org/srd/spells/nondetection.htm http://www.d20srd.org/srd/spells/trueSeeing.htm true sight is a divination spell. it is a divination attempt. There indeed is a difference in what you perceive and fact. nondetection "The warded creature or object becomes difficult to detect by divination spells such as clairaudience/clairvoyance, locate object, and detect spells." - detect evil "You can sense the presence of evil. The amount of information revealed depends on how long you study a particular area or subject." clairvoyance "Clairaudience/clairvoyance creates an invisible magical sensor at a specific location that enables you to hear or see (your choice) almost as if you were there." locate object "You sense the direction of a well-known or clearly visualized object." - and then true sight You confer on the subject the ability to see all things as they actually are. What do the three other have in common that true sight doesnt? They're all aimed at a certain location or person. True sight is bestowed upon someone and the certain someone just gazes at the world, seeing it as it is, the certain someone does not have to attempt anything, shit's just revealed to him. It's nice that you've managed to bring out the divination part that nondetection helps against but you seem to have bluntly ignored the important part of the spell description. also i probably shouldnt have said "wards off", as nondetection most certainly doesn't prevent divination spells from locating you 100%. sorry. oh no!! seems like there is a debate after all.