Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous — Ramien or Hulrun

Choose between Ramien or Hulrun in the Feud of the Faithful quest in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
Pathfinder Wrath Of The Righteous Feud Of The Faithful Ramien Or Hulrun

Early on in the Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous campaign, you’ll visit Market Square. There are several tasks and objectives here, including a run-in with a priest of Desna and a prelate who’s hunting him down. Here’s our Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous guide to help you with the Feud of the Faithful sidequest and choosing between Ramien or Hulrun.

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Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous – Feud of the Faithful — Siding with Ramien or Hulrun

Explore Market Square until you find piles of rubble that you can traverse based on your Athletics skill (#1). You’ll then reach a ruined tower where the prelate Hulrun and his soldiers are accosting Ramien (#2).

Ramien will teleport away, and you’ll have to find him.

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Continue along the streets until you reach the Temple of Desna (#3). If you pass a Perception check, you’ll see Ramien in the garden. If you spare his life, another NPC by the name of Ilkes appears. Ilkes is actually part of another sidequest called Starward Gaze, which happens to lead to the Azata Mythic Path.

Anyway, you’ll be given the opportunity to convince Hulrun to leave Ramien alone. Alternatively, you could just kill Ramien and be done with it.

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Let’s say that Ramien’s alive. Return to the ruined tower and talk to Hulrun. It’s possible to convince him to stay away from Ramien. But, I believe this is also based on an internal timer. If you take too long (i.e., several days in-game or if you go to different zones), you’ll witness a confrontation between the two.

This time, Hulrun won’t listen to any of your entreaties. Your dialogues to try and get him to stop will fall on deaf ears, and he’d simply kill Ramien. Conversely, you could attack Hulrun and his soldiers (Ramien will just heal himself). Hulrun drops the Longsword of Right weapon.

There are two possible outcomes here:

  • If you kill Ramien, you can ask Hulrun and his crusaders to join the army.
  • If you kill Hulrun, you can ask Ramien and the priests of Desna to join the army.

In any case, you could look for more allies before you attempt to assault the Gray Garrison in the next part of the campaign in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.

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Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is available via Steam.

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