Hello and welcome to another Baldur’s Gate 3 item guide. On this page you will find useful information about the Baldur’s Gate 3 iron flask item. Including its location, picture, etc. What are we waiting for? Let’s get this started!
So, what does iron flask do in BG3? Iron flask is a rare and useful item in Baldur’s Gate 3. It simply contains a powerful monster for you to unleash whenever or wherever your please. But beware! Because this monster will attack everything in its sight. Friend and foe alike! I personally like to use this cosmic horror from the flask to defeat githyanki patrol, minotaur’s, or the hag. Of course, you can also use this monster to destroy druids. Or tieflings in this regard.
This cosmic horror reminds me of the works of Lovecraft. If you like his books, check out best H. P. Lovecraft games on steam.
Iron Flask description:
A flask that can hold friends and foes. Likely to make the former the latter. (Glowing flask: The flask radiates a curious energy.
It is simply to use and can be thrown during or before the combat. Then, one arrow would be sufficient to break the bottle on the ground. Obviously, you can choose to hide before breaking the bottle in order to avoid unnecessary damage. It is one of the Baldur’s Gate 3 treasures. So, use it wisely.
BG3 Iron Flask Location
Iron flask can be found in the risen toad. But first you must defeat the gnoll horde in front of the cave. Gnoll fights might be tricky. Therefore, I recommend you take a full party rest beforehand. In case you are wondering, the exact BG3 iron flask location coordinates are X:33 and Y:608.
Once you defeat the gnolls and save Rugan from the cave he stuck in, there is an option to convince Rugan to give you the iron flask. Of course, you can always steal it too. Baldur’s Gate 3 is all about decisions.
Decorated with a grinning face, this cold, iron flask is sealed with a brass stopper. This is a powerful magical item, capable of tapping and holding a creature. The sealed stopper suggests it is inhabited.
Baldur’s Gate 3 Spectator
Spectator we encounter in the Baldur’s Gate 3 early access is a beholder kin. Not exactly a beholder but a weaker version of him with a lesser number of eyes. All in all, they both look really similar, and it is easy to confuse one for the other.
By the way as challenging to fight as it is, unfortunately spectator does not yield a loot.
Now that everything has been said about the early access iron flask, I believe it is time to end this article. Thank you for reading and for your time. Make sure to leave a nice comment below and I am looking forward to seeing you again soon. Bye for now, take care, and have fun!