Feud of the Faithful
Feud of the Faithful is a Quest in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Quests can provide unique adventuring experience, as well as powerful gears and treasures. Some quests are time-limited and some can only be completed with certain companions.
Among the topics guaranteed to provoke a reaction at the dinner table, religion certainly produces the most volatile results. Disagreements on this subject can rile even the most even-tempered dinner guests, let alone ministers of faith in a war-ravaged city. Hulrun, prelate and inquisitor of Iomedae, believes that Ramien, priest of Desna, should be put down. Ramien's opinion on the matter is quite different, naturally. Can someone help settle this conflict?
- Prelate Hulrun will not rest until Ramien is dead. And, knowing the prelate, it is unlikely he will be satisfied even after that.
Tell Hulrun that Ramien is dead
- The grisly deed is done — time to deliver the good news to the prelate.
Tell Ramien that Hulrun is dead
- Whatever the priest of the benevolent goddess may have believed, a peaceful solution to the conflict was never going to be possible. He might not rejoice at the news of his antagonists death, but he will surely be lying if he says the news does not come as a relief.
- You can find Hulrun and Ramien at the center of Market Square. After a short confrontation, Hulrun will task you to hunt and Kill Ramien.
- This quest must be finished within a few days of starting the chapter, before the attack on Defender's Heart. Otherwise, Hulrun will kill Ramien himself. Additionally, your choices in this quest will have far-reaching consequences - see below.
- During the first interaction with Hulrun, you can pick the Chaotic dialogue option to fight Hulrun immediately, or do nothing, or reveal the Light of Heaven to convince him you're trustworthy. Regardless of your choice, Ramien will turn invisible and run away.
- You can find Ramien to the north - he's invisible near a fence in front of the Temple of Desna - and learn his side of the story. He will also give you the quest Starward Gaze (required for unlocking the Azata mythic path).
- You have a few choices at this point: kill Ramien, or kill Hulrun, or convince Hulrun not to kill Ramien. If you have not done so already, you can reveal the Light of Heaven to Hulrun to convince him to back down (for now) - you must choose this option now if you want to resolve the quest peacefully.
- Once you've made your choice of who to support, make sure to talk to them about the Defender's Heart to get them to join the defense. Only one of them can join you.
- During the quest Starward Gaze when you return to Market Square to find the last Desna acolyte, Hulrun and his inquisitors will show up and attempt to arrest the acolyte. As long as you revealed the Light of Heaven to Hulrun earlier, it is possible to resolve this encounter peacefully by choosing the Good dialogue option and revealing the Light of Heaven again.
- Your choice of who to side with during this quest will have a number of consequences later in the game - including consequences that may affect the secret Ending, depending on your other choices. Here are a few of them.
- If you sided with Hulrun: Hulrun's inquisitors will assist you during the attack on Defender's Heart and join you during the assault on Gray Garrison. Hulrun will join your crusade. In Act 5, Hulrun can defend the crusader camp in Iz for you (see Heart of the Fallen Land). He will also reveal the location of Bone Hills for you for the quest The Secrets of Creation.
- If you sided with Ramien: The Desna priests will assist you during the attack on Defender's Heart and join you during the assault on Gray Garrison, occasionally casting sleep spells on enemies for you. Ramien will join your crusade. In Act 5, Ramien can help you during the quest Cascade of Fire. After Iz, if Hulrun is dead or not on good terms with you, you may be locked out of progressing the quest The Secrets of Creation if you fail the Perception check to detect Bone Hills on the world map.
Feud of the Faithful important NPCs
Feud of the Faithful Completed quest information
The feud between two servants of faith has been settled. A question out of curiosity - what will become of mortals should the gods grow weary of restraining themselves and decide to settle their disputes once and for all? It is likely that when this happens, the days of the crusades will seem to mortals like an era of peace and prosperity.
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