Fate System Toolkit p. 104-5:
target of a spell is the person ... it’s being cast on. ... subject, a person which will be the focus of the spell’s effect on the target. For example, a love spell to make Jake fall for Andy would be cast on Jake (the target) focused on Andy (the subject).
Annoyance: The target rubs people the wrong way. If the spell has a subject, then the target of the spell is more easily annoyed by that subject.
So, how does this spell works?
Let the fight begins...
Anyway, as the spell is written, presence of the subject would reverse the spell - without subject, the target is annoying to people around. With the subject, the target is being annoyed by the subject.
There are two possible effects - target is annoying (especially to somebody) AND target is being annoyed (especially by somebody).
I'm asking here because I would like to have it in the way which makes sense in the translation I'm finishing now.