Baldur’s Gate 3 Player Discovers Innovative Method to Eliminate Key Villain

A player of Baldur’s Gate 3 has shared an interesting strategy to get rid of a primary villain without involving fight, trickery or communication, but by merely being annoying.

Baldur’s Gate 3: A Role-Playing Game With a Twist

As a role-playing game, Baldur’s Gate 3 is highly acclaimed for the liberties it offers its players. Drawing inspiration from Dungeons & Dragons, the Larian Studios-produced game gives players a mission and leaves them to figure out the best approach to it, whether through violence, diplomacy, or, in some instances, by annoying a Non-Player Character (NPC) to the point they simply leave.

The Flexibility of Baldur’s Gate 3

With such flexibility on offer in Baldur’s Gate 3, players continue to discover amusing strategies to accomplish missions, particularly when it relates to a persistently unwelcome guest who keeps cropping up in the storyline.

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A Unique Player-Oriented Tactic

The player-oriented tactic was specifically directed at Raphael, the Devil character who offers to alleviate the player from the Tadpole in exchange for their soul. Explaining their unique strategy, the player stated: “I just recently started Act 3 and met everyone’s favorite Devil in Sharess Caress. Since he stays friendly even when you attack him, I was testing some spells and weapons on him when he suddenly disappeared and a 'Quest Completed' window appeared.”

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Upon completion, they checked their Journal which stated: “We made Raphael so angry that he has refused to continue to deal with us.” This marked the end of the deal and ultimately rid the player of Raphael’s presence.

The Achievements of the Player

Further explaining their achievement, the player added: “Turns out you can be so irritating that the Devil that has been following your party for weeks just gives up.”

Options for Dealing with Raphael

It seems that players have more options for dealing with Raphael than they initially thought, and this strategy is proving to be one of the easiest and arguably most entertaining ways to complete the quest.