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A question regarding Necromancy and the forget spell, the spell is for living and I can use an immuto to make it effect undead. If a person has died and I want them to be reborn as stitched but forget what happened do I cast forget on the corpse prior to raising or after raising. If before raising what immuto is used to target a corpse and if after raising then does the 5min limit for the forget spell start after they are raised or before?

 

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In no particular order:

- You use the Forget spell to make the target character forget something which has already happened.

- Corpses aren't characters.  It sounds silly to spell it out, but it goes 'living character' -> corpse -> 'undead character'.

I'm not entirely sure which event you're trying to make the character forget.  Is it the becoming dead, or is it the being reborn as a stitched, or both?  If the objective is to make the character not realize that they've been reanimated (that they're now a stitched), there are fine literary traditions detailing how many ways that goes bad, so ...

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There is the Inanimate Genus in the Core Rules. You might use this to have the corpse forget it died, if it happened in the last minute. Given it is a corpse without the ability to perceive it's unlikely it would remember anything until it is reanimated.

This does sound like a great way to have unknowing subordinates if you can raise them back sentient. If it all goes to plan post here with what happened.

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I was hoping to kill off some of the PC's and bring them back as stitched without knowing it was me who killed them, however I died before I could implement my plan because the party sacrificed me to save themselves. The fate master had agreed that I could kill them and make them forget using the inanimate genus

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