A quick way to reset the main character and his companions, redistribute skill points and change skills
Character creation in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is a fairly complex and complex system. Fortunately, the decisions you made at the beginning of the game can be freely changed: in this guide, we will tell you how to reset / reset the main character of the game, return all spent skill points and invest them in new skills. Before starting the Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous campaign, be sure to check the difficulty settings. Enable the option called “Enable Character Retrain”.
After that, create your hero and start the campaign. Watch the introductory video, walk through the caves below Kenabres and reach the labyrinth. Ultimately, your group will make it to the Gray Garrison. After many battles and a few primary quests, you will fight a demoness named Minago. You won’t be able to win, but after these events your character will wake up in the Heart of the Defender. This huge tavern has many interesting characters and objects. So, in the far corner, you can find a man named Haylor. Start a dialogue with him and choose the option “I and my comrades need good preparation.”
Then you can choose either the main character or one of the companions you want to retrain. In the case of the main character, all abilities and skills will be reset, so you can retrain him literally from scratch by re-selecting the class, distributing skill points and choosing new skills. If you have pumped to level 5 or higher, you can choose a prestige class (for example, get the skills of evasion and resilience, pump the base attack level to +7 and become a staunch defender).
In the case of associates, retraining will be slightly different. Their skills, abilities, and so on will be reset to the state in which they were at the time of your first meeting. For example, Siila, Camellia, Lann, and possibly the Wenduag will always reset to a low level as you encounter them by default at the start of the storyline. It turns out that you will get more opportunities for changing class or getting different spells. If by default the characters are level 6 or higher, then you will be significantly limited in their customization.
You can also buy mercenaries from Hilor who replace companions in a group. These are standard companions, the cost of recruiting which increases in proportion to the level of the commander. Initially, mercenaries will be level 1, but you can immediately customize them by choosing skills and abilities, up to the current level of the main character. After that, they will receive the same experience points as the commander.