Forgive and Forget
Valance laughed as the city guard tried to figure out who had fleeced him in a game of dice. The constable pointed to the priest of the Spider God.
‘Was it him?’ demanded the officer of the law.
‘I can’t recall, he does not look familiar to me, and if he did, I have forgotten all about the incident,’ replied the guard.
Constable Nettles stormed passed Valance.
‘I’ll get you one day, Spider Priest!’ he snarled.
‘Maybe you will, but not today,’ replied Valance with a sneer.
‘That was close!’ Chalk whispered as the constable left.
‘You are telling me!’ squeaked Valance. ‘I am glad I was granted that spell.’
Forgive and Forget (Divine)
A rather simple spell created with the best of intentions, Forgive and Forget causes the target to forgive a transgression against them and forget the person who did it, essentially not ever having met or known this person. At first this spell was used to settle disputes between nobles and other leaders, subsequently those clerics with a sliding morality scale have used it to get away with things themselves or to cover for friends or family.