1. Yeah, makes sense.

2. This is pretty much what I was talking about when I realized why Paige didn’t count against the hypothesized rarity of mind control – or rather, why the hypothesized rarity of mind control only applied to direct control.

That said, I do still call Paige’s power mind control, just “indirect”, because it’s functionally the same: you can force someone to do exactly what you want, even if it’s something they wouldn’t normally do. The only (functional) difference is that for Paige, the commands have to go via sound.

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