Gwerm Mansion is a location that you’ll visit during Act 1 in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. While it’s part of a task from one of your companions, there’s one particular area that you won’t be able to enter just yet since it’s sealed by a magical barrier. Here’s our Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous guide to help you open the Gwerm Mansion locked door as part of Camellia’s companion quest.
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Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous – How to open the Gwerm Mansion locked door
There used to be an early-game method to pass through the Gwerm Mansion locked door in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Back then, it involved finding Dimension Door scrolls, and teleporting to the second-floor room behind it. However, that’s been patched, so your only recourse is to progress through the campaign while taking note of Camellia’s status. Basically, Camellia is a bloodthirsty serial killer. You’ll realize this when you’re doing her companion quests throughout the campaign.
You have a few goals:
- Keep Camellia in your party for the entirety of the game.
- When presented with the option to attack her, don’t do that since that leads to her death.
- In her Act 3 companion quest, A Noble Intent, don’t tell Anevia that the killer is in the basement. Doing so will cause her to kill Camellia.
- Complete her Act 4 companion quest – What is Your Heart’s Desire?
- Finally, when you reach Act 5, do a bit of adventuring, returning to Drezen Citadel every now and then until Camellia approaches you. She’ll tell you that she wants to go back to the manor for The Final drop sidequest.
Journey back to Kenabres which is all the way south of Drezen and make sure Camellia is in your party. The Kenabres map layout is different, but you can still click on Gwerm Mansion to make your way there.
Inside, the servant will say that only your character and Camellia can advance further. Go to the second floor and you’ll notice that the magical barrier is gone. For now, just progress the quest normally. You can decide on what to do with Horgus Gwerm, as well as the family’s servants.
In any case, you should be able to open the Gwerm Mansion locked door in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous since there’s no more barrier. Check the small room here for a container that has the Voracious Spirit necklace. It grants stacking bonuses whenever the wearer lands a killing blow, lasting until the next rest:
- +10 temporary HP (max of 50 HP).
- +1 bonus AC (max of 5 AC).
- +1 bonus Fortitude saving throw (max of 5).
- +1 bonus Will saving throw (max of 5).
The last thing you’ll notice is that Camellia’s old necklace can now be unequipped. This allows her to wear a different type of amulet, if ever you wish to keep her around despite her crimes.
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