Skyrim:Frenzy (spell)

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* [[Skyrim:Illusion Dual Casting|Illusion Dual Casting]], multiplies effective level by 2.2 (rounded down), ''after'' additive effects below.
* [[Skyrim:Animage|Animage]], non-undead animalscreatures 8 levels higher can be affected. Will not stack with Master of the Mind against undead animals (which don't exist, anyway - [[sr:Death Hound|death hounds]] aren't undead).
** The highest level enemy animalanimals in the game, and(not thecounting onlyleveled enemycompanions) animalare withthe a[[sr:mammoth|mammoth]], levelwhich aboveis 20level 38, isand the [[srdb:mammothNetch|mammothbetty netch]]{{DB}}, which is level 38,40. meaning youYou have to dual cast to frenzy them, and either animage or rage is both necessary and sufficient - you can't do it without one and having both will not help you. This means animage itself is generally a useless perk for Frenzy; against any animal target in the game, Rage will provide the same performance, and having both won't stack in a useful way. The exception is if you are a [[sr:vampirism|vampire]], which will stack with both enough to let you Frenzy a mammoth without dual casting.
* [[Skyrim:Kindred Mage|Kindred Mage]], non-undead NPCspeople 10 levels higher can be affected. Will not stack with Master of the Mind against undead NPCs (vampires).
* [[Skyrim:Rage|Rage]], all targets 12 levels higher can be affected.
* [[Skyrim:Master of the Mind|Master of the Mind]], allows spell to work on undead, daedra, and automatonsautomata.
Note that most of these perks will stack, so the overall effective values for the spell with perks are as follows:
{|class="wikitable sortable" {{AL|R}}
!rowspan=2 class="unsortable"| !!colspan=4|Max Lvl
!Single-cast!!Dual-cast!!Single-cast, [[sr:Vampirism#champion_of_the_nightChampion of the Night|Champion of the Night]]!!Dual-cast, [[sr:Vampirism#champion_of_the_nightChampion of the Night|Champion of the Night]]
|36 || 79 || 45 || 99
''Master of the Mind'' will ''not'' stack with ''Kindred Mage'' or ''Animage'', which is primarily of interest when attempting to cast spells on [[sr:Vampire|vampire]]s, when it will come up that Kindred Mage does not apply, even though vampires have black souls. [[sr:Death Hound|Death Hound]]s are not affected by ''Animage'', but they are not animals to begin with; more generally, the perks will not combine when fighting people or animals raised by necromancers.