Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous – A Beginner’s Guide To The Best Classes In WotR

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What are the best classes for Wotr, and what is their purpose? This guide has the answer to your question!
 

What is it that makes a class the best'?

First, let me be clear. This is my opinion. If you disagree with my opinion, or your favourite YouTuber doesn’t agree with it, that’s fine. Play the game however you like.
 
 
Without further ado here's my opinion on what makes any class, ordinary or mythic, amazing, or not:
 
 
It may provide an animal companion or, as in the example of lichs, a bone companion.
 
 
If it gives it one, it's part the 'best'. If it doesn’t give you one, it isn’t.
 
 
Now, you might be wondering why this is so. What is it that makes these extra companions so extraordinary?
 
 
It basically doubles both your damage output AND your survivability.
 
 
Animal companions that are vulnerable to multiple attacks can more than double your damage. This is at least true in the early game.
 
 
While you are only doing one (and two attacks, your animal friend can do up to five rounds of attacks per round. This is an insane increase in damage output, which other classes don’t have.
 
 
Consider it this way: A cavalier equipped with TWF/shield bash is doing two attacks per turn, while a horse with three attacks per turn is doing three. That's five rounds at level one. How can a class where there is no animal companion be competitive with that?
 
 
Your companion animal functions as a second level of health, only better. You'll find your pet is worth more than your MC when you invest in crane-style feats for your companions and use buffs including mage’s armor.
 
 
TL;DR – Having an animal companion in a class is like having an extra party member. (. Except that if you actually had an extra member of the party, you'd still be getting xp. Animal companions don’t suck up xp and are likely to be even better than another party member.)
 
 
 

So which class do you choose?

There are two types. The first is the animal companion class that gets an animal companion at the level 1. The second is those that get an animals companion at (level 4 or 5 in the case for blood rider.
 
 
I recommend you start with the class that gives you an animal companion at Level 1. If you want to change to another class that gets one later, you can use any of your three free Respecs that you earn when you reach Level 5. If you do it this way, your early game will go much more smoothly.
 
 
(Level five. You need a boon partner to bring your companion higher than your level.)
 
 
Here's the list of classes that can get an animal companion at levels 1 and 2.
 
– Barbarian (Mad Dog)
 
– Cavalier
 
– Druid
 
– Hunter
 
– Inquisitor X14Y Sacred Huntsmaster X17Y
 
– Magus, (Arcane Rider,)
 
– Monk (Sohei)
 
– Oracle (.
 
– Shaman Wildlands (Shaman
 
– Sorcerer (Sylvan)
 
 
Here's the list of classes that are eligible to receive an animal companion at 4 levels.
 
 
– Cleric Animal Domaine14Y
 
– Inquisitor(Animal Domain)
 
Paladin
 
– Ranger

 
 

Written by WindBlownLeaf

 
 
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