The cleric should cast that cantrip on anyone they meet so they know how to RP.
This might be considered a hostile action however. Not everybody has the spellcraft points to identify a spell, and casting spells on people in town without their permission was stated in another post before as being an illegal in Hlint, and most certainly Prantz. I would prefer the direct approach of asking, and most of my characters would likely gut a stranger attempting to cast a spell on them without permission. You might be able to secretly pull this off though while partying with somebody and while you're already laying down a huge chain of buffs on them.*an unknown Cleric walks up to a wizard and casts divine revelation on him*"My god doesn't like you!"*wizard returns the spell with combust and laughs as the cleric runs around in circles with his head on fire*"Wow, my god REALLY doesn't like you!"Conversely, it would be funny for a Corathite priest to cast virtue on a person, drop his jaw and proclaim "Fetch the torches and pitchforks, we have a Corathite!"
Of course, divine relations is worthless to an Aragenite, since Aragen is hostile to noone.
That's not really a good line of thought for an Aragenite. All informaiton is sacred.
And sacred too, far more than scared
As far as I can tell, the cantrip "Divine Relation" is worthless to an Aragenite.
1) Since Aragen is neutral to everyone, "divine relation" reports that everyone is neutral.
2) I agree that according to Aragen, all information is sacred, but even without using this cantrip, I can guarantee that I will get a neutral result-- Even if I cast it on another Aragenite.
3) Rowana, some information can be scared... it's kinda fun that way