Looking at the ReVi guidelines, you can as general spell do this base guideline:
"Sustain or suppress a spell cast by another whose level is less than half the (level + 5 magnitudes) of the Vim spell."
The spell needs to be a minimum of Voice, so the modified guideline becomes (level + 3 magnitudes) since you "spend" 2 to go from Per to Voice.
And in effect you can suppress a spell, if you can double the spell level with your ReVi spell +15 levels.
Questions arise now:
- What does "suppress" mean? Can you deflect a spell cast on you? If only for a moment, but that is usually enough to avoid combat spells witn D:Mom. Can you stop an ongoing effect for just an instant? Whatever good that might do you. This method would work better if it were D:Conc (making it need to double target spell level with own level+10).
- Can this be used fast-cast to respond to combat spells or the effects of trap-like devices which paranoid magi protect their sancti with? I guess the timing is important, but if you expect something, you might be allowed to. Or alternatively be so paranoid as to always deflect possibly spells when entering such places. You'd have to roll, risking Botches and fatigue.
- Isn't there usually a Stress die (no botch) added to your total of spell level + modifiers?
- Following the lines of Perdo VIm, by comparing spells like Wind of Mundane Silence and Unraveling the Fabric of [Form], this is for the general deflecting spell. If one were to invent one specific for each form, it wouldn't need to double the level but only match it, right?
- Is Range: Voice really needed? Could it be R:Touch because you are (otherwise9 being affected by the spell? I think R:Pers is too little, since once this applies, the spell will already have affected you. The same could be said for R:Touch, because by the time you can touch the effect it will already be through your Parma Magica.