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Welcome to Baldur's Gate 3 Wiki!

We provide a clean, detailed, up-to-date wiki for Baldur's Gate 3.
This is a community project and everyone is welcome!
We have 9,409 pages and growing…

Latest BG3 update: Hotfix 25 - 16:00, 10 April 2024 (CET)

Contributing

See getting started if you want to help improve the wiki and are new to editing. You can edit without an account, but your IP address will be publicly logged.
Feel free to Join our Discord so we can coordinate our efforts.

We accept Ko-fi donations to cover hosting costs!

Character creation summary Character creation summary

Walkthrough

In case you find yourself stuck, or want to check in advance which outcomes are possible, see here for quest guides.

D&D 5th edition rules

Here's a quick reference of the core Dungeons & Dragons 5th edition rules as implemented in Baldur's Gate 3. See also: D&D 5e rule changes

Rolls
Initiative Initiative The roll you make to determine when it will be your turn at start of combat.
Attack roll Attack roll The roll you make to determine whether an attack hits an enemy at all.
Damage roll Damage roll The roll you make to determine the amount of damage done by a successful attack.
Saving throw Saving throw The roll you make to attempt avoiding various threats other than direct attacks.
Ability check Ability check The roll you make when attempting anything else that requires a roll to succeed.
Modifiers
Advantage Advantage Roll the dice twice, and use the higher result. Disadvantage is the exact opposite.
Ability score modifier Ability score modifier The number you add to your rolls based on your ability scores.
Proficiency bonus Proficiency bonus The number you add to your rolls based on whether you have proficiency.

Characters

See below for all playable characters, companions that can join your party, and non-playable characters in Baldur's Gate 3.


Companions Companions: NPCs who can travel with you and appear at the Campsite.

Camp followers Camp followers: NPCs who stay at the campsite.

Campsite Campsite: Long rest, item storage, character interactions, and so on.

Deities Deities: The gods of worship in the Forgotten Realms setting.

External links

Various other pages and resources you may be interested in.

Copyright and licensing

Unlike certain other wikis, which claim exclusive copyright ownership over your contributions, any content you write for this wiki remains your property, but is published under the CC-BY-NC-SA license, meaning it becomes a public good for the whole community.

Hosting and financing

We accept donations from the community to cover the server hosting costs. The project is purely non-commercial, and it will never show ads. The current server resides in Germany and is rented from Hetzner Online GmbH for a monthly fee.

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Welcome to Baldur's Gate 3 Wiki!

We aim to provide a clean, detailed, up to date wiki for Baldur's Gate 3. This is shared a community effort and everyone is welcome!
We have 9,409 pages and growing…

Latest update

Hotfix 25 - 16:00, 10 April 2024 (CET)

Gameplay

Character creation

Mechanics

Learn about various gameplay features in Baldur's Gate 3.

Characters & Companions

All characters All characters Approval Approval Dialogue Dialogue Romance Romance

Campsite: The place you go for Long Rest, item storage, interactions with Camp Followers, and intimate interactions with Companions.

Camp Followers: Not to be confused with Companions, these NPCs will travel with you and appear at the Campsite.

Deities: The gods of worship in the Forgotten Realms setting in which Baldur's Gate 3 takes place.

Walkthrough

In case you find yourself stuck, or want to check in advance which outcomes are possible, see here for quest guides.

D&D 5th edition rules

Here's a quick reference of the core Dungeons & Dragons 5th Edition rules as implemented in Baldur's Gate 3. See also: D&D 5e Rule Changes

Rolls
Initiative The roll you make to determine when it will be your turn at start of combat.
Attack roll The roll you make to determine whether an attack hits an enemy at all.
Damage roll The roll you make to determine the amount of damage done by a successful attack.
Saving throw The roll you make to attempt avoiding various threats other than direct attacks.
Ability check The roll you make when attempting anything else that requires a roll to succeed.
Modifiers
Advantage Roll the die twice, and use the higher result. Disadvantage is the exact opposite.
Ability score modifier The number you add to your rolls based on your ability scores.
Proficiency bonus The number you add to your rolls based on whether you have proficiency.

Community resources

External links

Copyright and licensing

Unlike certain other wikis, which claim exclusive copyright ownership over your contributions, any content you write for this wiki remains your property, but is published under the CC-BY-NC-SA license, meaning it becomes a public good for the whole community.

Hosting and financing

We accept donations from the community to cover the server hosting costs. The project is purely non-commercial, and it will never show ads.

Contributing

If you want to help us improve the wiki, please read Getting started. You can join the bg3.wiki Discord so we can more easily coordinate our efforts. The wiki can be edited without an account, but your IP address will be publicly logged.