Different types of abilities in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous can be utilized for your protection or you can also use them to deal damage to enemies, buff characters, and inflict Status Ailments. Mount is one of the Special Abilities in this game which you will gain based on your Class but also, sometimes, it can be active skills which you can use in the battle. Let’s find out how to Mount in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.
How to Mount in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous
If you want to obtain Mount in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, do check your class. At class rank 1, certain archetypes allow you to have animal companions. When you select a few of them, then that feature can be unlocked.
– Barbarian: Mad Dog
– Druid: Primal Druid, Drovier, and Feyspeaker
– Inquisitor: Sacred Huntsmaster
– Monk: Sohei
– Cavalier: All of the archetypes except Disciple of the Pike and Standard Bearer
– Hunter: All types of archetypes except Forester
– Magus: Arcane Rider
– Sorcerer: Sylvan Sorcerer.
Once you select the class, then proceed and select from the available animal companions. Make sure to check their attacks as well as sizes.
Now, the size of the creature can be increased at level 4 or level 7. You’ll be able to use the animal companion as a mount once the animal reaches its large size. However, the horse is an exception as it is considered already a large animal.
Mounts and Animal Companion both have their own section on the party panel. And so, both of them can be controlled manually to attack enemies.
Similarly, you may also assign feats, skills, and abilities when they increase their level.
That’s all for this guide on how to Mount in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous.
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