The psyker has learned how to block the messages of the target’s senses. The psyker makes and opposed willpower test against the target. If he succeeds the target is struck deaf, blind, and is unable to scent or taste for as long as the psyker maintains the power plus 1d5 rounds.
This power can also be used as a crude form of effective ‘invisibility’ allowing the psyker to pass unnoticed to sight or sound. The psyker selects a number of targets equal to his willpower bonus and selects which single sense he wishes to suppress. This must be the same sense for each target. Each target must make an opposed willpower test. Those that fail notice nothing out of the ordinary, and the sensory information is successfully masked by the psyker until he stops maintaining the power.