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Where To Find The Best Rare Magical Items In Baldur’s Gate 3

Where To Find The Best Magical Items In Baldur's Gate 3
Want to find the best and strongest gear in Baldur’s Gate III? This guide on Where To Find The Best Rare Magical Items In Baldur’s Gate 3 breaks down the locations and details of each powerful artifact we have discovered on our journey through Early Access so far.

There are many different ways to tackle situations in Baldur’s Gate 3 so not all items are going to be available, depending on the choices you make. For example, some special items require you to kill a certain enemy or NPC so if you don’t wish to kill them, you can’t get the item. However, there’s some great items that are worth the moral dilemma.

Where To Find The Best Rare Magical Items In Baldur’s Gate 3

The Oak Fathers Embrace
The Vision Of The Absolute

We’re still searching for rare and powerful items, so check back soon for updates.

Baldur's Gate III has a very large world to explore, and walking isn't overly quick. This guide on How To Fast Travel In Baldur's Gate 3 will explain the process of fast traveling as well as information on how to unlock new waypoints so you can fast travel to various areas around the map.
Baldur's Gate 3 has many side activities to discover and explore. This guide on How To Open Overgrown Ruins In Baldur's Gate 3 will tell what you need to do in order to open the large gate that's blocking the entrance to the Overgrown Ruins but be careful, it's not a welcoming place.
Scared of messing up or wondering what's the best class to build in Baldur's Gate III? This Baldur's Gate 3 Character Creation Guide takes a deep dive into creating your own character in the game, explaining the different class options, skills, abilities, and everything in between.
In the prologue for Baldur's Gate III you find a survivor trapped within the pod. As all good heroes would, you ask yourself can you rescue the woman trapped in the Mind Flayer Pod in Baldur's Gate 3?

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