As an action, you bend the fabric of time, causing a creature that you can touch or see within 20 meters to make a Will saving throw.

On a failed save the target repeats the actions it took on its previous turn and must act against the same target or targets, but doesn’t have to make exactly the same choices. If the situation has changed in such a way that the target can’t take the same actions again (if its foe is dead, the target has run out of spells or mana, or moving in the same direction would be fatal, and so on), the creature becomes confused for that turn.