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Komira is a Tiefling NPC in Baldur's Gate 3. She and her husband, Locke, can be found at the Druid Grove close to the entrance to the Ritual Room, arguing with the Druids and accusing them of taking their daughter, Arabella, hostage.


Argh. Let me through, mragreshem, or I'll rip your damned throat out!
Komira trying to free her daughter

Involvement[edit | edit source]

Act One[edit | edit source]

One of the Druids will transform into a bear and scare the tieflings off. If the party talks to either her or Locke, then the Save Arabella quest will be started.

If bringing Arabella safe and sound, Komira and Locke will scold her, and thank the party by giving them Komira's Locket.

If Arabella dies, Komira and Locke will poison Kagha at the celebration, should both of them and Kagha survive until then. The party can either stop them from murdering the Druid or not.

If travelling to Mountain Pass or Shadow-Cursed Lands before resolving Kagha's Rite of Thorns, the tieflings will be expelled from the Emerald Grove and Komira's corpse can be found among the bodies of all the other refugees near the bridge to the Blighted Village.

Act Two[edit | edit source]

Komira's daughter Arabella can be found in Reithwin Town. She will ask the party to Find Arabella's Parents.

Arabella's parents, Locke and Komira, can be found in the children's ward X: -185 Y: 12 of the House of HealingX: -199 Y: -16, in the eastern wing. There, their bodies are tended to by Sister Lidwin. If the party talks to Sister Lidwin, she does not understand that they are dead. She thinks she can still save them and is messing with Locke's body. With a Deception or a Sleight of Hand check, she can be convinced that her "patients" are cured.

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • Her name was changed in Early Access Patch 8 from Marricko to her current name.

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