Wind of Change
Wind of Change 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.
Wind of Change Information
After walking the roads of the Abyss, the Commander returns to his home plane. Waiting for him here is not only Drezen, but also a magical rock raised above the ground by unknown forces, and a motley assembly of his followers, who call themselves free crusaders. The time is coming when the Commander's power will change from a gentle gust of wind to something quite different. Will it become a destructive tempest? Perhaps a life-giving spring breeze? Or something else?
Wind of Change Objectives
Meet the free crusaders
- There are some questions that still need to be answered. What happened to the free crusaders while the Commander was away? Where has the one who called himself Early Sunset gone to? Perhaps, the answers can be found on the magic island.
Wait for News
- The calm before the storm - never has that phrase been more apt. Every one of the Commander's followers is certain that something extraordinary is about to happen, but what, ahd when?
Find out what is happening on the island
- The magic island set off after its creator on a journey through the Worldwound. And it seems some calamity has befallen it. It's time to act.
Wind of Change Walkthrough
Wind of Change important NPCs
Wind of Change Completed quest information
The one who called himself Early Sunset is no longer standing in the Commander's way.
Wind of Change Tips & Tricks
- This is the Azata level 9 Mythic challenge, where you have to defeat Mephistopheles. He summons lots of monsters every round, Alpha Hell Hound and Eryines, so focus on him. He is immune to precision damage, energy drain, death effects and a lot else. Cold and Acid resistance 30 on Standard.
- He drops Cinder Goggles, Amulets of Mighty Fists +4, Ring of Evasion, Bracers of Armor +8 & the Robe of Mephistopheles.