Exploring the quirky mysteries of Baldur’s Gate 3 – from magical diets to baffling survival stories. Dive into the curious elements that add a layer of fascination to this epic game.
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Baldur’s Gate 3 is a fantastic game, but even great things can have a few head-scratchers. These are the parts that make players go, “Huh?” Let us explore some of these curious things in the game that leave players puzzled.
Gale’s Magic Diet
Gale, a character in the game, has a strange habit of eating magic items. This is explained in the story, but here is the puzzling part: How did he eat magic stuff when he was stuck in a tough situation or frozen? It is like asking how he survived on a diet of magical snacks while stuck on a wall or frozen. Maybe the creatures who trapped him threw magical shoes his way for him to munch on?
Astarion and the Tadpole Twist
Astarion, another character, has an unusual connection with something called a Tadpole. This Tadpole takes away most of his weaknesses as a vampire. However, here is the strange part: this Tadpole thing needs to follow the usual rules. Vampires are spooky and magical, while Tadpoles are more about biology. However, this Tadpole lets Astarion walk in the sunlight without any issues. Even his vampire boss cannot do that! Also, Astarion is free from his old vampire rules – like needing the invitation to enter a house. However, he still craves blood, even with this Tadpole helping him. It is a bit like the Tadpole fixed one problem but left another hanging.
Keeping Powers After Saying Bye to Gods
In the game, some characters are connected to gods, like Gale and Shadowheart. Gale was even the lover of a goddess once! However, when these characters stop following their gods, something puzzling happens. Their special powers would disappear, right? However, nope, they keep their powers, even when they ditch their gods. It is like saying goodbye to your boss but still keeping your job. For example, Shadowheart gives up on her goddess, Shar, but still keeps her divine powers. It is like a puzzle – why would you keep powers from a boss you are not working for anymore?
Everyone Loves You
In Baldur’s Gate 3, it is funny how almost everyone likes you, whether you are good or mean. You might save people or knock out bad folks – either way, people are drawn to you like magnets. This is cool at first because it makes the game exciting. However, after a while, it gets a bit strange. Every character you meet wants to be your best friend, from your team members to some devilish creatures. It is like you are on a TV show where everyone competes to be your pal.
Surviving a Crazy Ship Crash
At the beginning of Baldur’s Gate 3, you survive a huge crash of a super cool flying ship called a Nautiloid. This ship goes from high in the sky to a big crash on the ground. It is like a roller coaster ride gone wild. You survive because of magic that keeps you floating in the air. But what about everyone else on the ship? Gale talks about how he survived (which is why he is stuck on a wall), but others seem fine and dandy, with no scratches. How they made it without a scratch is like a mystery, especially when everything crashes.
Putting the Pieces Together
Baldur’s Gate 3 is an awesome game, but these puzzling parts make it even more interesting. They are like the missing pieces in a jigsaw puzzle – they keep us thinking and talking. So, when you are having fun in the game, remember these little mysteries that make the adventure even more intriguing.