Multiple creatures can attempt to control the same character‚s mind, each vying for dominance. If attempting to possess someone who already is possessed by one or more creatures, the initial possession check is made against the creature with the highest Will. However, that creature can deliberately forgo the check (and take no risk of a morale penalty for failure), meaning the check is made against the second-highest Will. That creature can similarly refuse the check, and so on. If the possession check is successful, that creature can now attempt to control the character‚s body as normal ƒ but has to struggle with more parties. Any of the creatures involved can attempt to veto any of the others‚ actions. A single creature can attempt to veto any number of other creatures (risking morale penalties each time), but no more than once per round against any one creature. The body, as always, can take no more than six total seconds of action per round.