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I've heard I should start with Adventure B, but it's a really hard adventure! Is this really true? Or should I start with the seemingly easier Adventure 1?

To clarify: What is the "official" starting adventure in Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous? Or is there an official one?

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  • @Othya - Opinion based questions are fine as long as those opinions are based on "facts, references, or specific expertise"
    – Pat Ludwig
    Aug 11 '16 at 14:57
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Paizo has actually admitted that Wrath of the Righteous ended up a little harder than intended. In particular, the B scenarios are considered by some to be harder than the #1 scenarios.

Fortunately, this is addressed in the FAQ:

Resolution: Make one or both of these changes only if you're looking for an easier time with Wrath B scenarios:

On the B and C henchman Tangle Trap, add the line "If defeated, you may immediately attempt to close the location this henchman came from."

Move some or all of the following cards from Set B and/or C to Set 1, and change their set indicators to 1: the barrier Arboreal Blight (B & C), the monster Carrion Golem (B & C), and 1 of the Demonic Horde barriers in B and/or the Demonic Horde barrier currently in C. Then move some or all of the following cards from Set 1 to Set B, and change their set indicators to B: the monster Accursed Priest and the barrier Poisoned Spiked Pit Trap.

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  • Yes, I'm aware of the errata. I'm more asking what the official starting adventure should be? Aug 11 '16 at 17:11
  • I believe in all the base sets, the B adventures are recommended but not required. They can be nice in that they give you time to get used to your character and get some deck upgrades. But the WotR B adventure is very hard, and so some may prefer to skip it, if the rewards aren't worth it.
    – Steven
    Aug 11 '16 at 20:55

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