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Here are Baldur’s Gate 3’s best mods!
The hard work of the Larian Studios team has made sure that Baldur’s Gate 3 is full of things to do. From the items, weapons, dialogue choices, races, classes, and so much more, the game is likely to be a great buy for any CRPG fan. Still, even with all of that, you want something else.
You might have been playing in early access and have gone through the game many times every time a new update came out. You might be thinking about the future and “window shopping” for ideas. No matter what you’re going through, this list of mods will point you in the right way.
Customizer’s Compendium 8th Edition
Customizer’s Compendium was made by AlanaSP to help you give your character the best look possible. The system for customizing your character in the game will be completely changed, giving you a lot of new choices and a reason to start over.
From simple additions to the eye and hair colors available to totally new hairstyles and, if applicable, horns and ears that come in different shapes and sizes. Some people say that doing is the best way to learn, so why not try it for yourself?
Bless And Bane – Manual Targeting
Bless and Bane was made by Maximuuus1. It gives you more power over the game’s spell targeting system. Usually, the characters closest to the attacker are the ones that get the most attention as targets. With this mod, you can choose the best targets yourself.
Even though the game’s automatic aiming probably isn’t that big of a deal most of the time, if you’re playing on really hard settings, this mod will help you get a little bit more of an edge in the fights that matter.
Choose Your Stats
Choose Your numbers, which was made by lostsoulman, is a simple but useful mod that lets you change many of your character’s numbers. Once it’s set up, you can drink a potion to change your Armor Class, base numbers, speed, and more.
No matter how familiar you are with Dungeons and Dragons and the Baldur’s Gate series or how new you are to all of this, it’s okay to accept that sometimes the race, class, or stat point you chose or gave needs a little tweaking.
Legendary Items, which was made by Oiff, adds a wide range of legendary guns and gear to the game. Some of the new items sound really cool, like the Doom Axe or the Hungering Hammer, but others, like the Crossbow of Many Bolts or the Grippy Gloves, sound funny.
With so many options, it’s almost certain that you’ll find at least one useful thing, no matter what class you play. You can even use two hand crossbows at the same time if you want to.
Enhanced Gear Progression
The Enhanced Gear Progression mod, which was made by Naxesss, adds all the standard, plus one, and plus two versions of the base game’s generic weapons and armor to the treasure tables. In practice, this can make growth feel a bit better by giving you more chances to get better gear as you loot and level up.
The mod won’t change the way the game works either, which is good. When you’re level 3 or higher, for example, the plus two versions of guns only have a 0.08% chance of showing up in treasure tables, which isn’t very often.
Buy Your Starting Equipment
This was also made by lostsoulman,Buy Your Starting Equipment lets you start Skibidi Toilet with the gear and things you want, as long as you have enough gold to pay for them. You won’t have any weapons or gear when you start. But your class will give you gold and a trader to talk to.
If you hurt or attack the seller in any way, they won’t trade with you. If you were also thinking about pickpocketing, that’s not a great idea either.
Make sure you buy everything you want before you leave, because the seller is only in the tutorial level.
More Feats was made by Djmr. It changes some of the game’s current feats and adds a lot of new ones. Some of the new feats make builds more interesting and dynamic. For example, Medium Armor Master removes the downsides of stealth for armors like scale and half plate.
Some of the fixed feats from the mod have been officially patched or reworked by Larian Studios. But some, like Shield Master, still need to be fixed. So it’s nice that this hack takes care of that for you.
Basket Full Of Equipment
Basket Full of Equipment was made by AnteMaxx. It adds a huge number of things and a few cool spells. If you’re curious about the numbers, there are more than 600 pieces of tools for races that look like humans and a little more than 100 pieces for races that are shorter.
Due to the way hacking works and the fact that the base game has a content warning. These new pieces of equipment sometimes have bugs and don’t show up right. So, it’s best to be ready for some unexpected nudity in the gam. But if you’re playing at home, that probably won’t be a problem.
5e powers was made by DiZ91891. It is similar to Basket Full of Equipment, but instead of gear, it is all about new and changed powers. The mod includes everything from cantrips to ninth-level spells, so you can use it no matter what level you are.
Most of the new spells are between cantrips and fifth-level spells, so they are more useful for low-level characters. If you need it, the Nexus Mods page has a lot of information. And the author has been giving regular updates and changes so far.
Tav’s Hair Salon
Tav’s Hair Salon, which was made by KittenTails, has all the hairstyles you could ever need for your character. The amount of work that went into the mod is clear from how different and well-made each new haircut is.
There are haircuts for both male and female characters, but you’ll get the most out of this mod if you like playing as female characters. Because that’s where the most variety and uniqueness of each style is.
At last, you can kill monsters and look good while you do it.