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Use The Device On The Left Or Right Saving Mizora In Baldur’s Gate 3

Wyll’s storyline sees him sent to recover an “asset” in Baldur’s Gate 3. This guide on Use The Device On The Left Or Right Saving Mizora In Baldur’s Gate 3 breaks down what happens depending on which device you decide to activate and whether or not Wyll’s pact is broken.

This is a pretty major choice as it decides whether or not Wyll will remain with you as a companion. If you do not make that choice, Wyll is banished to hell and will not return to your party.

Use The Device On The Left Or Right Saving Mizora In Baldur’s Gate 3

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If You Choose To Use The Device On The Left
This will kill Mizora but with it, Wyll will also be sent to the hells. Leaving your party. You will not be able to use him again.

If You Choose The Device On The Right
You link with the device and it frees Mizora. The rest of the cut-scene plays out identically to smashing the pod.

If You Try To Smash The Pod
You smash open the pod and Mizora is freed. She explains that part of the terms and conditions of the pact give her 6 months to release Wyll from his pledge. She also says that she has given Wyll the ability to reveal more about his contract with you.

Baldur’s Gate 3 FAQ

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Is Baldur’s Gate 3 Open World?

Baldur’s Gate 3 is not an open-world game in the traditional sense. It does feature expansive areas, areas filled with quests, secrets, all sorts of exciting things to discover, but these areas, while fully explorable, are still restricted on a linear path of progression following the main story. Don’t be fooled though, it’s a much bigger and grander experience than most open-world games today.

Can You Play Baldur’s Gate 3 Solo?

Baldur’s Gate 3 supports both co-operative multiplayer play and solo. Solo players can enjoy the game, to its fullest, without any concern or restraint. You can switch between multiple characters during the turn-based combat, setting up powerful combination attacks and abilities. It’s a game that works fantastically in the co-op environment but plays just as well for solo players.

How Long Is Baldur’s Gate 3?

Baldur’s Gate 3 can be played in many different ways. If you’re looking to simply enjoy the story, you can probably complete the game in 60-70 hours. However, if you want to enjoy the games huge array of side content, quests, secrets, and treasures, you can easily expect to sink up upwards of 120 hours for a complete run. Even then, you’ll be amazed to find even more things you missed the first time through.

Is Baldur’s Gate 3 Turn Based?

Baldur’s Gate 3 boasts an impressive turn-based combat system that rewards strategic and creative thinking. Due to the slower tempo of turn-based titles, games like Baldur’s Gate 3 can be enjoyed by a variety of players. Turn-based combat allows for more planning, more complex decision making, and more strategic thinking.

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