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The Baldur’s Gate 3 player makes so many mistakes that he accidentally creates a foul play

The Baldur’s Gate 3 player makes so many mistakes that he accidentally creates a foul play

One Baldur’s Gate 3 player managed to accidentally find himself making evil runs in the game after making several wrong turns early in the first act.

One of the strengths of Baldur’s Gate 3 is that the story can adapt to any decision the player makes. It doesn’t matter if it’s a small decision or the death of a major character; The game will be able to take these into account as you progress.

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However, this adaptability is a double-edged sword. Since any decision is permissible, the game will happily let you continue in some of the less ethical ways throughout the game, and if you don’t make these decisions intentionally, you could end up making your character one of the worst people ever. the coast.

And for one player, new to the genre and game, that’s exactly what happened.

The Baldur’s Gate 3 player tricks himself into an evil game

In a post on Baldur’s Gate 3 on Redditone player highlighted how their first adventure in the game went, saying that “everything that could go wrong, did.”

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“I only got the game a few days ago. I’m in the first chapter and I went blind. I didn’t know anything about the game or DnD. In general, I’m new to games, especially computer games, and mistakes happen. Big, very big mistakes.”

The first major mistake occurs in the Druid Grove, which is usually one of the first moral decisions players face. However, this player couldn’t even make a choice, because he accidentally had the priests kill all the refugees while they were figuring out the controls.

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They were also forced to behead Karlach after she did not calm down during their first encounter, and also killed Owl Bear and her cub (by accident). To cap it all off, they lost Gil after refusing to give him any magic items to eat.

Thinking about the adventure so far, they said, “I wasn’t intending to make an evil journey. Maybe I should stop killing things. I think I’m in too deep already.”

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Let’s hope they figure things out soon.

For more news and updates on Baldur’s Gate 3, check out the strange mouth glitch that’s been creeping up on players who just want to chat with Minthara.