These are allowed in all situations, but are illegal in Shadow Glen, and therefore may have in-game consequences if you are caught.
These, as stated, may never be used by a PC on a PC. You will rarely, if ever, see them used by an NPC. They are also illegal in Shadow Glen.
From Mind Effect Restrictions (p115)
A chapter may, at their option, restrict the use of the following effects: Enslavement, Forget-It-Well, and Forget-Me-Not. The chapter may restrict these effects in one of two ways. They can choose these effects to be void and unusable in their chapter, or they may opt to allow their usage only against NPCs.
Information on whether your local chapter uses the Mind Effect Restrictions rule, and which Game Effects this rule applies to will be available on the chapter’s Web site, and will also be announced at the Opening Ceremonies of all of their events.
From Enslavement Elixir (p117)
Enslavement is a powerful ability which particularly has the potential to ruin the fun of any player. As such the use of this effect can never be used by a PC on a PC.
No other effect (either LCO or otherwise) may duplicate the ability of Enslavement.
In addition, the following rules apply to Enslavement:
- You cannot administer Enslavement to yourself.
- You cannot be enslaved to “act normally,” However a person under the effects of enslavement does not act like a robot or strangely, they are just compelled to follow the wishes of the enslaver.
- The duration of Enslavement is permanent, and it can only be cured by the specific antidote or the resurrection of the target