Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Regill Quest Guide

Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous Regill Quest Guide

How to Recruit Regill
You can recruit Regill at Reliable Redoubt (quest Walking by Hell)
If you declined Regill, you have a chance to recruit him during another quest where you visit Hellnight base.

Regill Quest Guide

  • Walking by Hell (By Hell’s Ordinance)

By Hell’s Ordinance Objectives

Go to help the Hellknights
The unit was attackaed at a war camp on the bank of the Sellen River. Turn the tide and hold off the attackers.

Push through the cave
The knights retreated into the caves in order to rob the enemy of their main advantage — attacking from the air. The Commander and his party will have to fight across the battlefield to follow them.

Talk to Paralictor Regill
The danger has passed. It’s time to settle matters with Regill Derenge, the leader of the Hellknights.

By Hell’s Ordinance Walkthrough

  • In order to reach Reliable Redoubt, first, you need to defeat the gargoyle fort blocking the path. (Be sure you have an army with a strength of 4 or higher. Gargoyles have damage reduction.)
  • The map is filled with Gargoyles, they can drop from skies to attack your casters and can cast smite good, so try pushing slowly while protecting your casters. At the center of this map, you can help a wounded crusader and gets Bastard Sword of Hope.
  • Look for the cave located on the east side of the camp. Inside the cave, you can work with hell knights to deal with incoming gargoyles, or you can fight them alone.
  • After the battle, you can decide to transfer the command of Sunrise Sword order to Hell knights or to yourself. You can also recruit Regill afterward.
  • If you pass the mobility check, you can reach another part of the cave and find a ring called Demonic Heart.
  • If you let Hell Knights join your crusade, you can recruit Hell Knights for your army. They cost 150 finances and 8 resources each.
  • If you helped the Hell Knights, they can provide an additional route to storm Drezen later.

It is done. Only time will tell what today’s decisions will lead to.

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