Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Cheats and Tips
The Isometric Angle
“CRPG” used to mean computer role-playing game, but these days it’s a reference to “classic” as in the older style of some of the first RPG games that were ported to computers. Early attempts at an isometric viewpoint that were designed for consoles have a notorious reputation for being so bad they’re nigh unplayable.
If you’ve already played isometric CRPG games, you’re ahead of the game, so to speak. Aside from the sometimes dizzying not-quite-3D view, you also have to get used to controlling your character with both a keyboard, for directions, and a mouse, to specify your destination.
Class Difficulty Levels
The Pathfinder RPG franchise has 25 classes to choose from, which is a lot more than other games in the same class. A lot of players don’t notice the row of purple dots that precede the intro to each one, but this is an important Pathfinder: WotR tip that players need to notice, especially if they are new to the game.
It’s recommended that players who are unfamiliar with Pathfinder: WotR to start with a less complex class, which means two dots or fewer. Classes rated four or higher are those that require a lot of micromanagement, a better option for more experienced players.