Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Assassin’s Guild Questline

Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Assassin’s Guild

Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is built off of the TTRPG module of the same name. There is a massive amount of content that you’ll need to complete if you want to beat the story. That can take quite a long time! One section of the game that you might miss the first time is the Assassin’s Guild. This location acts like many guilds in fantasy games… But, it can be a bad time to get to, and annoying to complete! This Pathfinder: WotR Assassin’s Guild guide will help your journey the best it can!

Spoiler Alert: From this point on, the guide will contain some spoilers for the story of Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.

The Assassin’s Guild in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

The Assassin’s Guild is an important part of the companion quest for Greybor, the Dwarf Slayer. Once you defeat Willodus, Greybor is going to have some unanswered questions. To find out who set the Dwarf up, head to Middle City and head to the Ten Thousand Delights. Get below it by using the portal, and you’ll get to the Assassin’s Guild.

When in the Guild, there isn’t too much to do; finding it is the hard part! Talk to the demoness Horzalah, and Greybor will either join the guild or you can fight it out. Letting him join the guild will be good for your reputation with the dwarf. Fighting will instead net you 2 +5 Unique Daggers by spawning Yozz, as well as some juicy gossip about the demoness.

Which option is best? Well, the money is great for players who don’t care about the daggers. But your two daggers are pretty stellar! Merciful Fate deals 4d6 piercing enemies if your enemy is bleeding; a tricky status effect to inflict, but this weapon is crazy if you can make consistent bleeding an option. Cruel Fate allows you to inflict massive damage to an enemy by forcing Fortitude Saves. On a failure, the target becomes vulnerable to Piercing damage. That’s a great combo! These daggers are very strong… But you get a lot of money if you choose that option.

In general, as long as you think you can fight Yozz consistently, picking up the daggers will probably be better. Those daggers are crazy, and selling them will bring you similar funds.

We hope this helped you on your journey! Check out our website for more guides to Wrath of the Righteous.

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