Removes a curse from an object.
Original D&D Edit
Debuted in Men & Magic, for the magic-user and the cleric. Anti-clerics can use the spell as well.
- Spell Level 3 (cleric, anti-cleric) or 4 (magic-user)
Removes a curse. A cursed item becomes a normal, mundane item after this spell is used.
Remove Curse Edit
Debuted in the Player's Handbook as a spell for clerics.
|Level: 3||School: Abjuration|
|Components: V, S|
|Range: Touch||Casting Time: 6 segments|
|Duration: Permanent||Saving Throw: Special|
Removes a curse on a person, object, or area. It will allow a person bearing a cursed shield, weapon, or armor, to be rid of it, though it won't remove the curse from the object itself.
The reverse of this spell requires the caster to make a successful attack. On a hit, the target must make a save, or it is cursed for 1 turn/level. 50% of the time, it lowers an ability score (randomly chosen) to 3. 25% of the time, it reduces attack rolls and saving throws by -4. 25% of the time, it makes the target drop whatever they are holding each turn (50% chance per turn). Casters can devise thier own curse if desired