Owlcat Games released another patch for Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous, filled to the brim with fixes and quality of life improvements across all aspects of the game.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous is a pretty huge game so when glitches start coming out of the woodwork, it's not particularly weird. If they aren't game-breaking glitches, they are often not taken as a slight either but it does feel much better once they are gone. The same goes for quality of life improvements and one of the most requested has arrived with patch 1.0.7c.
The travelling skeleton merchant event on the world map was previously mandatory, provided it happened to the player. That meant mandatory loading screens, even if the player purchased everything they wanted from the hapless salesman. It will no longer be the case as Owlcat added the option to skip the encounter. Just keep in mind that his inventory gets new additions as chapters go on.
Another great fix pertains to Halaseliax's stats. He is a dragon, after all, and should feel like a powerful ally but that was not the case previously. With the latest fix, the fight with the puny general of demon armies should feel better as the dragon will indeed be a powerful helper. You would still do well to be wary of Mephisto's Dictum.
While these two changes looked like the highlights of the patch to us, there is a massive wall of text of everything that was upgraded . You can check it all out on the linked Steam post.