Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Walkthrough

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Baldur’s Gate

  • Head back through Cloakwood, and make for the city of Baldur’s Gate. The Duke will ask you to look into the Iron Throne business. Head for that building in southern Baldur’s Gate. Guards will face you down, so you can kill them or bribe them.
  • There’s an emissary on the third floor. On the fourth floor, you’ll be mistaken for said emissary, and you will get to meet with the leaders of the Iron Throne. At the rear of the fourth floor are some merchants, you can threaten them to find out who the leader of the Iron Throne is, and where to find him.
  • On the fifth floor is a challenging fight, but guess what? You don’t have to do it! If you’re playing and skipping lots of the side quests, your powers and XP may not be beefy enough, or you may not want to bother. If you do, stock up beforehand!
  • Return to the Duke and tell him what’s up. He will give you a valuable book, which will allow you entry to where you began, Candlekeep.

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3 Comments on Baldur’s Gate: Enhanced Edition Walkthrough

majinme7

On November 29, 2012 at 11:11 pm

Okay so since no one posted anything about the game here’s a little easy money hint. If you’ve played the old game in the past you should be aware of the copy items trick in multiplayer. Well one great item to do and sell for lots of cash is Rasaad’s shoes(the only item he’s got). Sell one and you get a crazy amount of money, so imagine selling a stock load. I got 200,000 gold in a matter of minutes. Very good sell item that you get pretty early.

Enjoy,
-majinme7

Vladislaus1982

On December 8, 2012 at 12:39 pm

ok since this is for the pc why use the item dupe cheat when you can use the LUA console and give your character whatever you want

Origin Systems

On December 8, 2012 at 1:51 pm

Every step should be followed by “weep bitter tears at how far BioWare has fallen.”