Baldur’s Gate 3 Player Accidentally Triggers Evil Run By Making ‘All Mistakes’ Possible

The unintentional triggering of an evil run by a Baldur’s Gate 3 player has fans of the RPG laughing. Here’s what the BG3 community said about this player’s bad luck and difficult choices.

In the Baldur’s Gate 3 universe, Tymora, the goddess of luck and halflings, only plays a secondary role in the background of the story. His domain is that of luck, poetic justice and daring decisions. However, luck doesn’t stay on the side of Baldur’s Gate 3 players for long.

In Baldur’s Gate 3, anything can go wrong, as the game always forces players to make difficult choices. So, players are always one bad roll of the dice away from becoming the villains of the story.

This is what happened to Reddit user “kinkykath_14”, who, after a series of unfortunate events, ended up becoming the villain of Baldur’s Gate 3.

The player wrote: “Every mistake that could happen, happened. » They then explained a series of mistakes that led their party to fall on the side of evil.

Kinkykath_14’s streak of bad luck began in the Druid’s Grove, where they murdered (allegedly by mistake) a poor bird, sparking an all-out fight between the two major factions in Act 1 of Baldur’s Gate 3. Thus, forcing their hand to commit a mass. murder.

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A Baldur’s Gate 3 fan commenting on the post and trying to see the bright side of this player’s story said, “At least you saved Scratch.” To which Kinkykath_14 replied: “I play fetch with him every long rest to help me forget my terrible sins. »

This user’s bad luck streak followed him further during Act 1, where he killed Minthara and lost track of Halsin, managing to miss both of his recruitment prompts in a single playthrough. They also managed to behead Karlach, because they were panicked and didn’t know what to do.

One player had this to say about Kinkykath_14’s hasty decision: “‘I didn’t know what to do so I decapitated him!’…you might want to consider other methods.” Another player said added: “I tend to find that there are very few situations that cannot be resolved by performing a little decapitation.”

If you’re exploring the Sword Coast and trying not to make the same mistakes as this player, here’s what you should do if you encounter Gandrel. In case you’re wondering, here are all the possible outcomes if you choose to side with Kith’rak Voss.

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