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Greater dispelling was an abjuration spell that dispelled magic.
This spell functioned in the same manner as dispel magic, except that the maximum bonus on the dispel check was +20 instead of +10. Additionally, greater dispelling had a chance to dispel any effect that remove curse could remove, even if dispel magic couldn't dispel that effect.