Talk:Sussur Bloom

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Pouches don't protect them[edit source]

Contrary to the information given, at least as of the current patch (Oct 18th 2023, Hotfix #9) the blooms will wither if the player takes an action that is considered "leaving the Underdark" even if held in another container - I used a pouch as I had one spare, perhaps there was one in Filro's camp. I used the fairy ring to go to the Hag's lair from the Torchbloom valley and this killed the blooms. I also camped while in the Adamantine Forge, and even though the map implies you are camping within the Forge environment, it still counts as leaving the Underdark and the blooms die.

I haven't had that experience. I didn't even know they were intended to wither until I read this page, I've had them in my camp storage well into act two and nothing has caused them to wither thus far. BlackRoseXIII (talk) 08:49, 8 January 2024 (CET)Reply[reply]

  • I also have sussur blooms in my camp storage. They have not withered from there and still give the aura from within the chest.

To the two comments above - they wither the moment you take them out of your storage chest - so there is no reason to leave them in there, although I can think of a few battles in Baldur's Gate where they would certainly help. Also, I just tested this: "Sending these to camp will wilt the flowers, even when camping within the Underdark. Some players have reported success avoiding this by transporting them within containers." and it is more than just traveling out of the Underdark. - Your entire party must travel out of the Underdark; OR the character that travels out of the Underdark must visit camp while they are no longer in the Underdark. When I left my 3 companions in the Underdark with the Sussur blooms in storage in camp and took myself to Emerald Grove, when I came back to the Underdark I was then able to safely take the blooms back out of the camp chest. SidTheMadHatter (talk) 15:24, 12 January 2024 (CET)Reply[reply]

So this discussion inspired me to do some research and I found this which seems to describe what actually allows sussur flowers to survive outside the underdark, it seems to be an issue where splitting stacks of items is causing them to lose certan effects. I've tested the method described myself and was able to freely carry Sussur blooms in the overworld, as long as they were in my camp chest when moving in or out of the underdark. Carrying them outside of pouches or even literally dropping them on the ground won't cause them to wither. I'll try to add this info to the page in an understandable way --Bobdodo (talk) 16:20, 12 January 2024 (CET)Reply[reply]

Interesting![edit source]

Oddly enough - I sold the extra blooms to Derryth Bonecloak in the underdark and she still had the anti-magic field around her and the blooms for sale after arriving in Baldur's Gate. I did not try purchasing them from her - but I'll load a saved game (finished that run-through already) and see what happens. SidTheMadHatter (talk) 14:48, 21 February 2024 (CET)Reply[reply]

I left mine in camp and it kept its anti-magic field against all those near the chest but once I took it out of the chest finally it lost its effect and now won't work. So I came here to read about it being temporary once taken out of the underdark. Oh well. I had taken it out as I had an idea for bringing it with me in a chest or barrel and dropping it near enemies ... too bad. BGLover (talk) 13:11, 3 June 2024 (CEST)Reply[reply]