How to Respec in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous - Retrain Skills

How to respec in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous and retrain your skills is a simple process. However, it is not easy to find out how and where to do it. The process involves finding a specific NPC in one of two given locations. Even then, the language used makes it hard to determine which option you need to take. Read on as we tell you how to retrain skills and respec in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous.

How to Respec in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous – Retrain Skills

If you have a character or companion, you are less than impressed with, you can respec them in Pathfinder. This is known as retraining in Wrath of the Righteous. It will allow you to choose a new class, resetting all abilities, stats and skills.

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To do this, your need to find an NPC named Hilor. In the first part of the game, he will be at the Defenders Heart Inn. Go to the southwestern alcove and he is stood at the wall. By the third chapter, he will have moved to Drezens nameless inn and waits on the second floor.

Hilor is the equivalent of the respec NPC character from Kingmaker. Speaking to him will bring up several options. You need to select sentence number four, “My friends and I need good training.” This will then open a menu allowing you to choose the character you wish to retrain.

Your first retraining session with Hilor will be free. Each consecutive session will cost you gold. This means you should do your research, looking for weak spots in your team and only picking characters that are not serving a purpose.

With so many classes available, retraining is vital to new players in Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous. It can be easy to choose great classes without knowing how to balance your party. Alternatively, there are mods available online that will let you respec without visiting Hilor. Check out this awesome video to see where he is at the Defenders Heart Inn.

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