Baldur’s Gate 3 has many choices you need to make as you progress through the game. Sometimes, these choices will have consequences, so you should be careful while deciding which option to choose. One of the decisions you would have to make is when you meet Mayrina after defeating Auntie Ethel. You can purchase the Bitter Divorce wand from the shop, and Mayrina will convince you to resurrect her dead husband with it. In this guide we will see whether you should resurrect Mayrina’s husband or not in Baldur’s Gate 3.
Baldur’s Gate 3 – Should You Resurrect Mayrina’s Husband
After picking up the wand and passing through the Putrid Bog to get home, you will spot Mayrina standing in front of her husband’s grave. After she spots the wand on you, she will force you to resurrect him. Here we will see whether you should resurrect Mayrina’s husband or not in Baldur’s Gate 3.
Mayrina will be convinced that the Bitter Divorce Wand will bring her husband, Connor, back to life. She obviously doesn’t expect him to return as a zombie. Below are all the choices you can make.
You can use the wand to resurrect Connor, but Mayrina will be aghast by his appearance. Since he appears as undead, you have some more choices to make. You can hand over your wand to Mayrina, and she will use it to cure her husband. Or you can keep the wand and control Connor in battle when needed. You can also fight Mayrina and Connor when she opposes you burying her husband again. However, you will only get a handful of gold from her dead body. Also, if you control Connor, he is not worth it as an ally in battle. He is quite weak and won’t last long. It is advisable to hand over the wand to Mayrina and let her do as she wishes.
Break the wand
If you break the wand, Mayrina will be upset with your decision and run away. The quest ends here.
That’s all there is to know about resurrecting Mayrina’s husband in Bladur’s Gate 3. If you like this guide you can check out our other guides as well.