Baldur’s Gate 3 is a role-playing game where players can play and choose between 12 classes and 11 races. The game was developed and published by Larian Studios. This game is the third game in the Baldur’s Gate series and it continues to follow the dungeon and dragons theme like the previous games. With many different classes and even a Multiclass system, players will be learning many spells and keeping their spell library up to date. One of the spells which players can get is Divine Intervention which can be one of the rarest to get. But don’t worry as this guide will show you How To Get and Use Divine Intervention in Baldur’s Gate 3.
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How To Get and Use Divine Intervention in Baldur’s Gate 3?
In order to get the Divine Intervention and use it, players need to follow these steps to get the spell and fulfil these requirements:
- Players need to be level 10
- Players then need to be a Cleric or have a Cleric as a second class.
- Then players simply need to learn the spell at level 10 as a level update
- Players can even assign the spell to their spellbar directly to their spellbook.
Now that, players have learned the Divine Intervention Spell they wanna use it. The official explanation for the spells is “You can cast Divine Intervention to invoke your God’s aid. Once used, this can never be used again”. But to properly use the spell players need to choose what effects they want:
- Arm Thy Servant: With this setup, players can gain the legendary Devotee’s Mace weapon.
- Golden Generosity. With this setup, players can get different potions and camp supplies for free.
- Opulent Revival. With this setup, players can revive all their allies with half health (alive characters will heal as well)
- Sunder the Heretical. With this setup, the spell can do 80 radiant damage to all nearby enemies.
Players can choose any one of these effects and as you see, they are all very good and provide good support and can even do good damage.
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