Lullabye allows a Bard to use the powerful persuasion of his or her singing voice in an attempt to woo a single target, usually a creature to fall asleep. Depending upon the hidden endroll, the target may experience varying degrees of drowsiness, react more slowly than normal, be temporarily immobilized, or fall completely asleep, becoming prone. Undead are completely immune to falling asleep, but may become drowsy or slowed otherwise.
Once Lullabye'd, attacking the target will wake it up from the spellsong's effects.
Note: Lullabye is not renewable and not stackable upon itself.
- Bard Base Spell Circle: Lullabye, on Play.net