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Race Human
Gender Female
Class Paladin
Alignment Lawful Good
Deity Iomedae
Background Pickpocket
Ability Scores
Str Dex Con Int Wis Cha
18 13 14 10 13 15
Point buy equivalent 28

Seelah is a Companion in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous. Companions assist the player by joining his/her party and have their own backstories and unique characteristics. They all have their own Classes and equipment they begin with.

 She is the first companion to aid the player on their journey, eager to use her righteous might as a Paladin to destroy the evil of the Worldwound. Seelah is a steadfast and loyal friend who battles with strong physical attacks and heals allies with holy light. 


It is unusual to find so much cheer in a person with such a dark past. And strange to see a former thief and a street urchin wearing the shining armor of Iomedae's paladin. This young woman has forged her faith from the pain of her losses, and her thirst for justice and redemption.

She has managed to preserve her compassion and kindness underneath her steel armor. Will this become Seelah's weakness, leading her to ultimate ruin?


Seelah Information

Seelah joins your party with the following build:

Class: Paladin 1
Feats: Shield Focus, Dodge
Skill Ranks: Mobility (1 rank), Persuasion (1 rank), Knowledge: World (1 rank)
Background: Pickpocket


How to Recruit Seelah

  • Seelah Joins you in the Prologue 


Seelah Related Quests


Seelah is built with high strength, constitution, and charisma, with just enough dexterity for feats like Combat Reflexes. She initially serves as the party's tank, her heavy armor and shield proficiencies shrugging off attacks from most enemies in the early game. The player can choose to support her initial sword-and-board build, which allows her to make good use of the powerful Radiance longsword, or use her high strength for a two-handed weapon build for more damage. At 5th level, her Divine Bond class feature gives her access to a horse animal companion, which greatly mitigates the speed penalties from wearing heavy armor. With the Mythical Beast ability, Seelah's horse can contribute some strong DPS as well. 

Her high charisma means she can make a good Bard or Dragon Disciple as well. 


Seelah is generally a loyal and good-hearted person, always willing to step in when a situation looks dire and glad to put her own life on the line to protect her friends or the innocent. She strives to embody Iomedae's principles of truth, justice, and honor in one's actions. However, she is unconventional as far as paladins go, in that she strives to live life to it's fullest as well. Seelah is far more willing to enjoy a playful brawl and a round of drinks with her friends than the more stringent followers of her faith. Despite this, she takes her training very seriously as to honor the death of the paladin who inspired her when she was young. 

Depending on the player's dialogue choices, the Commander can either reassure Seelah that her mistakes are not her fault and reaffirm her ideals (Good), guide her on a more traditional law-abiding path of a traditional paladin (Lawful), or chastize her for attempting to hold on to childish ideals of justice and honor in the face of a grim war (Evil). These choices will affect her ending slides. 

Seelah Builds


Seelah Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous Companion Build Guide, I’m going to break down the best Attributes, Skills, Feats, Spells, Mythic Path, and Equipment you should select to improve Seelah’s tank capabilities. Instead of multiclassing, I’ll focus on enhancing her Paladin Class, which is optimized to survive massive amounts of damage. If you’re looking for an effective and simple Build that allows you to go toe-to-toe with enemies, then this Seelah Build Guide is for you.


Build 2

2 Paladin/ 12 Dirge/ 4 Dragon Disciple/ 2 Fighter

22 STR/ 14 DEX/ 14 CON/ 10 INT/ 13 WIS/ 15 CHA


Level Take
2 Bard
3 Bard - Improved Unarmed // Combat Trick => Crane Style
4 Bard
5 Bard - Lingering Performance
6 Bard
7 Bard - Outflank // Weapon Focus: Longsword
8 Bard
9 Bard - Dazzling Display
10 Dragon Disciple - Bloodline: Gold Dragon
11 Dragon Disciple - Shatter Defenses // Power Attack
12 Dragon Disciple
13 Dragon Disciple - Improved Critical: Longsword
14 Bard
15 Bard - Shield Bash // Combat Trick => Two-Weapon Fighting (+2 Dex item)
16 Bard
17 Fighter - Improved TWF (+4 item) // Shield Master
18 Paladin
19 Fighter - Greater TWF (+6 item) // Bashing Finish
20 Bard

Build Perfect Paladin

15 Paladin/ 2 Traditional Monk/ 1 Witch/ 1 Vivisectionist/ 1 Oracle

18 STR/ 13 DEX/ 14 CON/ 10 INT/ 13 WIS/ 15 CHA


Level Take
2 Witch
3 Paladin
4 Traditional Monk
5 Traditional Monk
6 Paladin
7 Paladin
8 Paladin
9 Paladin
10 Paladin
11 Oracle
12 Vivisectionist
13 Paladin
14 Paladin
15 Paladin
16 Paladin
17 Paladin
18 Paladin
19 Paladin
20 Paladin



Seelah Tips and Notes

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    • Anonymous

      How is she "Lawful Good"

      Each line of dialogue implies she is Chaotic Good, always breaking discipline, forgiving guilty 0 remorse people cause "she feels like it" cmon

      • Anonymous

        I tested cRPG Bro's updated build for Enhanced Edition and it is more effective compared to the builds listed here.

        • Anonymous

          What the **** are those builds?
          Just give her the horse and the Charge = Full Attack feat.
          It's more useful than having to take 4 levels in Dragon disciple for the same bonus charge gives (+2), and you lose out on being able to full attack after charging... Not to mention paladins are really good in the WotR campaign.

          • Anonymous

            I'm struggling to understand what build 2 is referencing when it says "Dragon Disciple". It seems likely to either be a fighter subclass (Dragonheir Scion) or a monk subclass (Scaled Fist) but neither of them get abilities in total that match up with what's suggested in the build. For example: the scaled fist monk doesn't get to choose a draconic bloodline at level 1 but the dragonheir scion fighter does. The dragonheir scion doesn't get anything resembling 'Shatter Defenses" but the scaled fist does, though only for unarmed strikes. I may be missing an option or something but this isn't adding up for me.

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