Should you reveal the Light of Heaven sword to Sull in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous?

The choice is yours.

Shortly after the demon attack on Kenebras, you will find yourself exploring the underground caves of the city. In these caves, you will run into Lann and Wenduag as well as find the Light of Heaven, an angelic sword. You will be faced with a choice regarding this sword.

Lann will urge you to show it to his chief, Sull, while Wenduag will ask you to keep the sword hidden. You will have to decide which of your new companions to listen to. Choosing one companion will cause the other to leave your party.

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If you listen to Lann and show the Light of Heaven to Sull, the chief will be fascinated by the sword and will take time to contemplate the village's next action. He will ask you and your party to rest in the village. Wenduag will be furious and will leave your party. You will also unlock the Angel Mythic Path that you can select later.

If you listen to Wenduag and deny finding the Light of Heaven the chief will still offer you to rest in the village. Lann will be angry and sad about your decision and will leave your party instead of Wenduag. You will also be locked out of the Angel Mythic Path as well as gain some points in the chaotic alignment.

You will have the opportunity to have either character join your party at a later time so the choice primarily comes down to who you prefer early on. Both characters are archers with Lann being a Monk and Zen Archer while Wenduag is a Fighter. Lann is Lawful Neutral while Wenduag Neutral Evil. Both characters are romanceable but Lann can only be romanced by female characters.

For more information on Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, check out How stealth works in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous and How to unlock Devil Mythic Path in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous on Pro Game Guides.

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