If you want to make money in Baldur’s Gate 3, you can sell these things.
Baldur’s Gate 3, the video game made by Larian Studio, has been nothing but a huge hit. The third turn-based role-playing game in the Dungeons & Dragons series has been praised by critics and has sold a lot of copies.
In Baldur’s Gate 3, just like in real life, you can only go as far as the amount of money (gold) you carry with you. Even though you can sell anything to traders, from hats to dirty rags, there are some things that sellers in Faerûn will pay a good price for.
Already Learned Spells Scrolls
Baldur’s Gate 3 has a lot of different spells. Even if your character isn’t built for magic, one-time use spell cards let even the most weapon-focused ones try out some magic.
Even though spell scrolls can be very helpful, unless your whole party is made up of people who can’t cast spells, you’ll usually have access to a wide range of skills, especially if you’re going with Wyll or Gale. So, selling these papers is a good way to make a lot of gold quickly.
You can find all kinds of treasures in fantasy video games like Baldur’s Gate 3. No matter how you explore the world of Faerûn, you will most likely find many jewels.
In real life, people would celebrate if they found a gem in the wild. But in Faerûn, gems like onyx, ruby, and jade are useless. Even though these gems might not help you in the game, dealers will gladly buy them from you because they are valuable.
Wine, Beer, And Rum
Every fantasy game has booze, which is one thing they all have in common. Since worlds like Faerûn don’t have the internet or any other modern entertainment. It’s not surprising that they have a lot of drinks and spirits.
Other than letting you get the Punch Drunk achievement. Baldur’s Gate 3’s collection of alcoholic drinks is mostly useless and slows down battle. The best thing to do with all the drinks is to sell them. Which will bring in a lot of money because there are so many of them.
In games like Elder Scrolls 5: Skyrim, you can make useful weapons and armor by putting together ingots of different gemstones. Even though Baldur’s Gate 3 has a lot of different ways to play, blacksmithing is not one of them.
So, if you find an iron or copper ingot anywhere in Faerûn. You should take it to a seller who has a lot of coins. Even though ingots are a lot bigger than gems, they are still worth a lot of gold. Especially early on, which can be very helpful.
One of the most important kinds of gear in Faerûn is something that has been changed by magic. Any kind of armor or tool can be useful, but the ones with extra bonuses are the best. Still, not every piece of armor, clothes, or jewelry will be enchanted. In fact, most jewelry won’t be enchanted.
It looks like the people of Faerûn have too many rings, chains, and amulets. If a piece of jewelry doesn’t have one of the many sweet enchantments in Flappy Bird, it’s better to trade it.
Like any good RPG, the open world is full of trash. From forks to knives, rags, and all kinds of trash, anyone who goes on a trip will find a lot of useless things that can only slow you or someone else down.
Still, sometimes you might find a more expensive plate or a chalice with a better shine. These more valuable things will get you more gold from any vendor than any other kind of junk you can find in Faerûn.
Common Weapons And Armor
Faerûn is a dangerous place full of goblins, raiders, and other bad people. They hide in every dark corner and empty town. So, unless you’re doing a “pacifist run,” you should expect to fight a lot during your long journey.
Even though foes sometimes drop rare items, they usually only have swords, spears, and low-level armor that you already have. Even if you don’t want to show off your new prize after killing dozens of enemies. The value of this gear can be pretty high when you add it all up.
“Knowledge is power,” as the old saying goes, and reading books is one of the easiest and most popular ways to get more knowledge. In Baldur’s Gate 3, the world is full of books and tomes, just like in any fantasy RPG.
You should keep quest-related books and notes. But most of the time, the books you find in Faerûn are just interesting bits of background information. Even though the writing can be interesting, books should be sold.
In the early game, the Owlbear Egg is one of the most valuable things you can find. A mother and her cub watch over this valuable egg. You can leave the cub alone, but if you want the egg, you have to fight with the mother.
Once you have the egg, you can add it to their camp goods, sell it, or give it to Lady Esther. In the end, the best thing to do with the egg is to sell it for its big value of 750 shiny gold coins.