“Feud of the Faithful” is a quest that you can get early on in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, and it involves you finding the location of Ramien. You will receive this quest from Hulrun, who informs you that Ramien is most likely hiding out somewhere in the Market Square of Kanebres. However, like many quests in Pathfinder: WotR, finding him takes a bit of work. Also, when you do find him, the choice of what to do with him will have long-lasting ramifications. So, in this Ramien Location – Feud of the Faithful – Pathfinder Wrath of the Righteous guide, we will explain where and how to find him, as well as detail the consequences of whether you decided to kill Ramien or spare him.
Where To Find Ramien In Pathfinder Wrath Of The Righteous
When you enter the Market Square, you will witness a confrontation between Halrun and Ramien. When Ramien leaves, Halrun will ask that you hunt him down and kill him for the good of the city. This isn’t that easy, since Ramien has cast an invisibility spell on himself and is hiding out somewhere. Being a Priest of Desna, Ramien’s location is simple to figure out – he’s near the Temple of Desna, which is located in the upper-left corner of the Market Square map. But, there’s still the matter of actually seeing through his invisibility. This can actually be done with a Scroll of See Invisibility, like the one you get from the Clear Blockage to Defeat the Shadow Demon.
If you are a mage, or have recruited Nenio as a companion, you can memorize this spell from that scroll and cast it when you are at the Temple. Otherwise, buy it from a vendor at Defender’s Heart. In any case, while you are under the effects of this spell, you will be able to see through his invisibility and speak with Ramien. After that, you will be faced with a choice: kill Ramien, or spare Ramien. If you kill him, Hulrun will reward you for doing so and he will join the Crusade at your assault on the Grey Garrison. If you spare Ramien, his Priests of Desna will aid you at your attack on the Grey Garrison instead. And, obviously, for role-playing purposes, sparing him is a good action, while killing him is more lawful and evil. Even if you do kill Ramien at this location, this will not prevent you from completing the Starward Gaze quest, which is a pre-requisite for unlocking the powerful Azata Mythic Path.