Bhaal Temple

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Undercity Ruins Bhaal Temple

Bhaal Temple is a location accessible from the Undercity Ruins area of Baldur's Gate during Act Three. It is the innermost sanctum of the Cultists of Bhaal, headed by Orin the Red.

Fast travel and resting is not possible inside of this area.

Waypoints[edit | edit source]

  • There are no waypoints inside of this location but just outside of the temple doors is the waypoint bearing this location's name at caption = Temple of Bhaal Temple of Bhaal X: -60 Y: 1007

Locations[edit | edit source]

  • Body Display Alcoves: each of these areas contain a stone altar with a dead body on top of it. The specific body displayed on these altars will belong to one of the characters that Orin impersonated during the current playthrough.
    • X: 35 Y: 1035
    • X: 35 Y: 976
  • Lending Library: X: 43 Y: 1032 (with explanatory plaque)
  • Altar of Bhaal: X: 59 Y: 1007 will be the location of Orin's victim, if applicable.

The Chosen's Room[edit | edit source]

Past the altar and down the stairs is the area Orin used as her living quarters.

  • Alternative entrance:X: 76 Y: 1033
  • Helena Anchev: X: 96 Y: 991
  • Body of a Fallen Bhaalspawn X: 106 Y: 1002

Related Quests[edit | edit source]

Notable NPCs[edit | edit source]

Notes[edit | edit source]

  • The temple's entrance, with its large Bhaal icon, forms the backdrop of the game's main menu.