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Where To Find The Rune Of The Wolf In Baldur’s Gate 3

The Enclave Library in the Emerald Grove hides a secret treasure vault. This guide on Where To Find The Rune Of The Wolf In Baldur’s Gate 3 will tell you where you can find the wolf rune slab so that you can place it into the slot in the Enclave Library and reveal the hidden cache.

There are multiple methods in which you can use that will provide the item you need. You need the Rune of the Wolf. If you search the room you will find that there is an altar for each of the beasts. There is a Rune of the Eagle, a Rune of the Bear, and a Rune of the Elk. Once you’ve found the Rune of the Wolf, simply place it into the empty slot.

Where To Find The Rune Of The Wolf In Baldur’s Gate 3

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There are three different methods to obtain the Rune of the Wolf. You need to find an NPC called Rath. He can be found in the Druid Chambers at the Emerald Grove, you speak with him during the story there. This is where your three choices come in. You can slaughter the entire Grove and loot the Rune of the Wolf from his corpse, not advised unless you’re looking for the darker side of the story. Alternatively, with a bit of luck, you can pick his pocket using stealth to try and steal it.

Finally, the safest solution is to simply complete the “positive” side of the Emerald Grove storyline. Wipe out all the goblins, aid the refugees, make sure the Right of Thorns isn’t finished. Just follow the story and speak with Rath at the end and he will give you the Rune of the Wolf.

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