The Lord Of Nothing Is Coming To Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous


The fifth DLC for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous is on the way to keep the expansion of Pathfinder flowing further out there

Here we go with a trip into some new frozen wastes out there in Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous with the fifth DLC to land for the game. It has been going strong and it looks like Owlcat Games is going to keep it all coming with the traditional RPG style of the game. Thankfully, this is still the case and all of the fans of the Pathfinder IP will have a whole new story on November 21st if they have the game on the PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Switch, or PC. This will be adding a lot to it all, so let us get ready and see what will be in the mix as we head out to a new snowy location for us all to freeze in.

This new DLC for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous, will be picking right up where the fourth one left off in the story and will carry us all forward to the next big climax of things out there. It is not required to play the previous DLC to fully get what is going on, somehow, so do not worry if you have not been able to keep up and want to jump ahead. Seeing as this will all add in fifteen more archetypes for Pathfinder along with new spells, feats, and enemies in the mix. Most likely all to deal with the frozen wastes of it all that we can see in the mix in the following trailer we have to look at for all of this. It does look like it will be one more great reason to jump into the game once again if you did put it down.

Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous — The Lord Of Nothing

The truth awaits those willing to brave the cold and the dark. The Lord Of Nothing, the 5th DLC for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous, invites you to find the truth on PC, PS4, Xbox Series X, and Switch on November 21. Developer Owlcat Games has crafted an experience with new locations, new characters, and new challenges as the mystery of Sendri’s actions goes deeper and deeper.

The Lord Of Nothing is a follow-up of the Through The Ashes DLC, continuing the story of Sendri and Rekarth as it marches towards its ultimate climax. The secrets that have long since evaded the reach of the main campaign will finally come to light, but only by digging deep into unforgiving lands and asking questions without good answers. Such lines of questioning could get so dire that even the Knight Commander themselves might need to intervene.

The Lord Of Nothing can be played as a continuation of Through The Ashes or as a standalone campaign. Fresh characters shall await command as newly introduced archetypes and feats allow for characters ideally suited to take on mysterious areas and many unfamiliar enemies.

Key features of The Lord Of Nothing include:

  • There’s Weakness In Flesh: Meet your brand-new android companion, Penta, who uses their enhancing skill to forge their path.
  • The Dark Will Thaw Your Soul: Trudge through the frozen realm, explore a mysterious wizard tower, brave the Shadow Plane, and continue your adventure across many new locations.
  • Something Wicked This Way Comes: Unfamiliar enemy types will appear to slow you down at every turn, requiring new mechanics and tactics to vanquish them.
  • All Shall Come To Light: Discover the mysteries behind Sendri’s odd behavior and stamp out the evil spreading from the corners of Golarion.
  • Always Room For More: 15 new archetypes, new spells, feats, and more.

It is always nice to see that Pathfinder is getting expanded out there and I am curious to see if we will ever get a full open-world kind of thing with all of this down the line. That or if we will ever get to see some of the other fun adventure paths in the mix of it all too. All so we can keep building on the work out there and maybe add in something like ship combat. That could be based on my wanting to see Pathfinder: Skulls And Shackles be the next addition to the titles that Owlcat is making out there. That could be a little too much to hope for, so I will just be glad to see new DLC for the moment and hope we do not see more of the "weirder" ideas for the IP out there instead.

Will this get you back into all of the things that Pathfinder has to offer up or are you waiting for something else to land out there? What do you think will be the newer archetypes and spells in the mix and how long until we see them all in the mix? Will these all be more of the fire and heat-based things given the setting or will it be more of a mismatch of everything that has yet to be added into it all? Venture down to the comment section to discuss all of this and everything else we have for the game. If we have more to share for Pathfinder: Wrath Of The Righteous, it will be added to the site for us all here. Please keep on checking back to see and hear about all of that in the near future.