The world is falling apart in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, and it’s all thanks to the limitless demon horde poised to invade the land. You might think that the last thing on your mind should be trying to get in your RPG companions’ pants, but you need just about any source of hope you can get. Thus, we present you with all Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous romance options.
The richness of these romance options adds another layer of depth to this epic RPG, offering you a chance to explore love and relationships as some kind of ice-breaker in the impending apocalypse (that you can hasten or prevent).
Before delving into the diverse range of romance options in the game, it’s important to understand how to initiate and nurture these romantic connections.
All Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous romance options primarily revolve around dialogue choices. By selecting dialogue options that align with the preferences of your chosen companion or NPC, you can gradually build a romantic relationship. Moreover, advancing in your companion’s quests can unlock additional dialogue options, allowing you to express your affection more overtly.
Here, we’ll provide an overview of the companions and NPCs available for romance in the game, along with some tips on how to kindle these relationships.
Companions Available for Romance:
All Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous romance options are straightforward enough in that case.
Still, you can’t just hope that all of them in this list will be available for you. These companions have their preferences as well, giving them a more human touch. Consider those preferences that we’ll be listing as well before you pick.
Camellia: The Enigmatic Elf
- Male player character
- Moral ambiguity and openness on your part
Camellia is a half-elf companion whose heart can be won by a male player character. Her preference leans towards spirits, and she initially appears distant. However, players can gradually earn her trust and affection as they embark on their crusade together.
She can be difficult for players who prefer a goody-two-shoes character, however, so keep that in mind. Camellia is more than meets the eye and will perform some rather questionable or even dubious actions in the game.
Lann: The Optimistic Mongrelman
- Female player character
- Don’t side with Wenduag in Act 3
Lann, a Mongrelman and descendant of the first Crusaders, is a character with a tragic backstory. To romance Lann, you must play as a female character. Lann’s quest for redemption and a heroic end provides a unique angle to his romance storyline.
Simply put, Lann might be the ideal choice if you have a female character who embarked on a typical hero’s journey. Do note that immoral or evil actions might strain your relationship with him.
Wenduag: The Deadly Huntress
- Pursue strength in your choices and be open to evil or cruel decisions
Wenduag, a fierce huntress hailing from the Mongrelmen tribe, is a character who leaves her home to follow her new commander. Wenduag is open to romance from both male and female characters, making her a versatile option for players.
Despite the versatility, however, Wenduag errs on the chaotic or the evil spectrum in the Dungeons and Dragons moral classification (which Pathfinder adopted). So don’t expect your advances to result in anything fruitful if you have a ‘good’ character, regardless of gender.
Daeran: The Playful Aasimar
- Be a bit selfish and hedonistic
Daeran, an Aasimar with a carefree and playful outlook on life, can be romanced by characters of any gender. His perception of the world as his cabaret presents an intriguing backdrop for a potential romance.
He’s thus morally ambiguous, though Daeran will always side with the good guys when push comes to shove. There’s not much of a hard requirement to win Daeran’s heart (as his affection is cheap anyway), but if you want a more compatible pairing, then don’t take life too seriously in-game and be open to fun and worldly distractions.
Sosiel: The Conflicted Cleric
- Male player character
Sosiel begins his journey as a Cleric, and he’s a firm believer that beauty lies within every individual. However, his heart is open only to male characters. His commitment to healing and nurturing others offers an opportunity for players to form a deep and compassionate connection.
You’ll find that Sosiel is also struggling to keep his faith, especially during tough times, but as his paramour, you can set him on the right path (whichever you think that is).
Arueshalae: The Redeeming Succubus
- Prioritize emotional connection to physical; keep it in your pants at first
Arueshalae, a succubus seeking redemption from her demonic nature, enters the scene in Act 2 of the campaign. She is available for romance with both male and female characters. Her story arc provides an interesting twist on the traditional succubus character archetype.
Seeing as she’s a “recovering” demoness, it’s rather important to help Arueshalae in controlling or defying her succubus urges. While her romance is one of the most accessible and stress-free out of all the options here, eagerness in its physical aspect won’t win Arueshalae’s heart.
Queen Galfrey: The Veteran Crusader
- Good or non-chaotic Mystic Path character
- Convince her to join the party
Queen Galfrey, a legendary leader of the Crusaders, has seen her share of battles and victories. Her longing for love and companionship thus becomes a central theme. To initiate a romance with her, players must follow either the Angel or Aeon Mythic Paths, and Queen Galfrey is open to both male and female characters.
Do keep in mind that even if you manage to convince her to join the party, she’s not a conventional companion, and you can’t take her into combat with you. She’s a queen, after all. Still, if you’re looking to wife her up, then there’s nothing stopping you.