Baldur’s Gate 3 players have shared some of the big choices that they just can’t bring themselves to change, no matter which playthrough they’re doing.
The beauty of Baldur’s Gate 3 is that it allows you to role-play as just about any kind of person you want. Whether it’s someone good, evil, or anywhere in between, chances are there’s a dialogue option just for you. There’s even an origin character specifically designed for players who just want to murder people.
With so many massively impactful decisions throughout the game, one of the most rewarding things you can do on repeat playthroughs is choose different options and face different consequences. This could mean starting boss fights you didn’t even know were in the game.
Baldur’s Gate 3 players reveal decisions that always stay the same
However, this is the Baldur’s Gate 3 community we’re talking about. People tend to get a little attached. And even during different playthroughs when they’re meant to be playing a completely different personality, there are some changes they can’t make.
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One player highlighted how they always chose to take the Raphael boss fight in Act 3, because “how else will I be able to listen to his performance?”
Other players also chimed in with similar choices, ranging from as relatively inconsequential as choosing to free the fairy from the lantern or licking the spider in Act 2, to massive decisions like romancing the same character every single run.