Ah, life in an RPG!
I wandered a little too far off the main path, I think. I ran into a mini-boss that buffed himself up for the first three turns or so while I took care of his minions then started to attack him. He made five attacks in one round. Three killed my paladin, two killed my rogue-like guy. He started making his way toward my archer, but I managed to bring him down.
Pathfinder: Wrath of the Righteous isn't one of those games where dead characters just get right back up - at least not on my difficulty level. You've got to buy an expensive scroll to bring each one back, then a few more scrolls to restore their levels. And I had just blown almost all my cash at the store before heading out.
The boss had some nice treasure, though. Maybe I can recover? I've got other characters I can use. The game gives you quite a few companion options, so maybe I can use others while scraping up the funds?
I head back to base camp (twice - but that's another story), luckily avoiding random encounters along the way. I get to camp and... it's under attack!! For some reason, I've only got my archer guy to help me out, though. Could it be that the paladin and rogue were supposed to help but aren't because they're too busy being dead? Nope! The game just happened to have one of those "your companions are scattered, go gather the flock" type events.
Sure enough, one character after another is found in the camp, helping bolster my party as I go along. The second person I found was the paladin! She was low on hit points, but very much alive. I still only have about half my companions back, but I've been told the rogue has run off. Strange, given how dead he was at the time. I don't think the worms would have even bothered with what was left of him after that mini-boss encounter.
Still, two free resurrections! Thank you scripted events!
Doom Eternal gets really tough towards the end. Playing on normal (Hurt Me Plenty) making my way through Taras Nabad and getting stuck a lot.
I only made it about half way through before dropping down to easy. I didn't even try the DLC!
You should be able to use the mouse wheel for that, or change to it in bindings—much easier, much faster.
When I try that, I tend to over-spin and end up with the wrong gun.