There’s a host of companions in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous and this means that there are also a bunch of male and female romance options.
As you’d expect from an isometric RPG, one of the best aspects of the game is its story and ensemble of characters that you can recruit and add to your party. Most of them are real lookers such as Camelia, Seelah, and Woljif, but there’s also the likes of Wenduag and Delemare for players who are little more freaky.
Not everyone in the game is up for playing tonsil tennis, but there is a good number of possible partners to woo.
Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous male and female romance options
The male and female romance options available in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous are as follows:
- Wenduag (male/female)
- Camelia (males only)
- Arueshalae (male/female)
- Sosiel (males only)
- Queen Galfey (male/female)
- Lann (females only)
- Daeran (male/female)
It’s a shame that there aren’t more Valentine options available as the game’s roster has plenty other amazing merry men and women. Still, this list is pretty diverse as each of them are unique in their own way.
Wenduag is a fierce woman who is a match made in heaven for spider lovers, meanwhile Lann is a sexy two face full of wit and sarcasm. Camelia is arguably the most beautiful but also the most emotionally shielded, whereas Queen Galfey looks like Charlize Theron.
Arueshalae is a succubus who fears her powers of seduction, Daeran is a charming noble with the greenest eyes, and Sosiel is a handsome bugger exclusive to men.
Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous companions
Below is a list of all the companions in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous:
- Woljif Jefto
- Staunton Vhane
As you can see, there are 15 possible companions altogether and each of them have their own unique quests and point-of-views.
Can you romance Woljif?
You cannot romance Woljif in the game as either male or female.
It is impossible to gain the love of her and the following characters:
- Staunton Vhane
Seelah, Ember, and Woljif are perhaps the most notable omissions, but the game is still largely 50/50 with its wooable comrades.