How to Unlock the Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

The Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is one of the trickiest paths in the game. In this guide, we’ll show you How to Unlock the Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous as well as talk about its abilities and the advantages of using this Mythic Path.

How to Unlock Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous

Unlocking this path requires a bit of diplomacy; therefore, there are many ways that you can mess it up.

The devil is a bit of a secret mythic path in the game. The Devil Mythic Path is the only Mythic Path you choose after you have chosen rank 8 in Pathfinder WotR.

Choosing between Azata or Aeon

This path is unique because you must start by choosing either Azata or Aeon Mythic Path.

It would be best to select the Aeon Mythic path. Choosing this path makes your journey to unlock the Devil Mythic Path easier.

Encounter with Melies

After you have defeated Drezen, an enemy named Melies will appear in front of you.

Accept Melies as your advisor instead of turning him down. Note that refusing him will prevent you from going further down the Devil Mythic Path.

It’s time to earn the devil’s favor by doing everything he says. Melies will have a few requests, so make sure you complete all of them in order to move to the next step.

The Trial at the Crossroads

Make sure to confirm your Azata or Aeon Mythic Path choices to unlock the Devil Mythic Path. On your return from the Abyss, at the Crossroads, some devils will hold a trial for you.

You will have to play diplomatically here to unlock the path. If you fail to pass these diplomatic checks, you will have to fight the devils, which will be highly challenging.

If you pass the diplomatic checks, you will be able to give up your former Mythic Path and sign the contract to become a Devil.

Devil Mythic Path Abilities

Unlocking the Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder WotR allows you to use 6 very useful and effective abilities. We will be talking about all of them in detail here:

Hell’s Dominance

Level 8

This ability lets you dominate monsters and control them as a spell and additionally grants you 20 fire resistance and an additional +4 Bonus on saving poison throws.

Hell’s Decree

Level 8

Once you become the devil, this ability lets you issue Hell’s Decree multiple times during the day. This number depends on your mythic rank, the higher the rank, the more times you’ll be able to use the ability.

Hell’s Seal

Level 9

The Devil can place Hell’s Seals on allies and activate them during certain conditions.

Hell’s Vengeance

Level 9

You can cast hellfire ray and power word stun like an ability and gain immunity from fire, cold, and acid while all your weapons have Lawful and Evil status.

Hell’s Authority

Level 10

You can shape mythic powers into different forms and use Angel’s wood thrice a day with one improvement. Or you can use Demonic rage with one aspect for a total duration of 10 minutes.

Hell’s Rule

Level 10

Hell’s Rule lets you use power word kill akin to spell-like abilities at will while also being able to use overwhelming presence.

Advantages of using the Devil Mythic Path

You can become a devil by following either Aeon or Azata’s Mythic Paths and both of them offer different advantages and skills. You can choose whoever fits your personality and playstyle.

Azata lets you summon dragons, Movanic devas, phoenixes, and mastodons as well as cast a handful of other very useful spells. The Azata are generally considered more chipper and jollier than the Aeons.

Aeons, on the other hand, lets you control enemies and stop them from resisting and entering a dazed state. You can also summon golems and order them to fight alongside you. Aeons are loving and humble so if that’s what you want your devil to be then go ahead and choose this Mythic path.

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