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About implementing decisions made about , per New enchantment tag, not sure about this (A: Yes, it’s an issue and needs to go away.), Should charmed be synonymized with mind-control? (A: No.), and Should Enchantment be blacklisted as a tag name, or synonymized with another tag? (A: No.).

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  • \$\begingroup\$ @doppelgreener I believe status-completed may also be appropriate here. At the very least, all the questions are dealt with, though people may want to revisit some of the choices I made. \$\endgroup\$ – KRyan Mar 23 '18 at 13:51
  • \$\begingroup\$ Right you are, added that one too. \$\endgroup\$ – doppelgreener Mar 23 '18 at 13:52
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First, had been added to a question already, but its tag info had not been created. I did so:

Use this tag for questions about effects that grant the user mental control over another target, or how targets that are controlled are supposed to behave. For other forms of mental manipulation that do not give the user control, see related tags.

Mind control is the ability to take over someone else's mind and control their actions. Questions in this tag may be about how to gain that control, how the control works, or what lingering side-effects there may be after the control is ended.

This tag is not for all forms of mental manipulation. For other forms of mental manipulation, consider appropriate specific tags like or .

Could be better, I’m sure, but it gets across the ideas that came out of the discussion for synonymizing with .

Second, the following questions have been edited to conform to the meta decisions.

This question has had removed without replacement:

This question lost , and gained

These questions have had replaced with :

These question had replaced with :

This question replaced with , and actually lost because despite that keyword appearing in the question, the question focuses solely on dominate person (that mention of charm was also removed from the question body).

This question had replaced with , and also lost in order to make room:

And with those, no longer has any questions.

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