Faerun is filled with treasures in Baldur’s Gate 3. Many treasures waiting to be found, some are hidden some in plain sight. To save you the hassle, I have shared the locations of some of the treasures. I hope you enjoy this Baldur’s Gate 3 guide, enjoy.
Big or small doesn’t really matter. Whenever I find a treasure in a role-playing game, I’m filled with joy. Do you feel the same? I guess so, otherwise you wouldn’t read this article, right? Anyway, let’s get this started. First real deal treasure is a massive gold chest.
First treasure you can find is the Ever-burn Blade. It can be obtained by killing Commander Zhalk in nautolid.
There aren’t any treasure maps to solve in Baldur’s Gate 3. Not in the act 1 at least. So, here is the list of BG3 treasures and their locations I have found so far:
Massive Gold Chest
There is a barrel full of gold in goblin camp. But getting it is pretty tricky. It is in the gunpowder room. If somehow gunpowder filled barrels blows up, the gold unfortunately disappears. So, you should be sneaky, at least until you loot the gold. Then you can blow things up without worry.
Invisibility comes in handy from time to time after all. Don’t you ever feel bad for stealing filthy goblins gold. They probably stole that gold from people they have killed anyway.
Secret Treasure (Goblin Camp)
This treasure is inside a cave, hidden behind a waterfall. My favorite kind of place to find a treasure. Isn’t waterfall one of the most generic places to hide treasure in RPG?
It is located inside the goblin camp. Exact coordinates are X:-127 Y:397.
You will find an uncommon axe, gems, potions, and some gold inside the muddy chest. I think it is worth looting.
Missing Shipment Chest (Iron Flask)
Iron flask obtained in the missing shipment quest is one of the most interesting treasures you can get. The flask contains a terrible monster, one might call it an eldritch horror. Detailed information is at Baldur’s Gate 3 iron flask page.
By breaking the bottle, you can unleash this beast. It attacks anyone in sight. Of course, you can use this to your advantage.
Hardest battles that you might want to break iron flask:
- Goblin leaders.
- Gith patrol.
- Fish men.
The monster itself is called spectator, which is a beholder kin. Basically, one of the strongest creatures in the D&D lore.
Spider Nest Pouch
One of the possible pets in Baldur’s Gate 3 is a spider. Or should I say, swarm of spiders…
Just outside of the Druids Grove, there is a spider nest. Locations exact coordinates are X:149 Y:366. Go there and find the Rocky Crevice.
You will see a pouch covered in spider net. Of course, you can’t simply take it. In order to reach down, you need sleight of hand, animal handling, and some nature checks. If this treasure is really important to you, better make sure to quick save before your first attempt of getting it.
Artifacts that companion Gale eat are also treasures. I bet there will be more artifacts to find in the later Baldur’s Gate 3 acts. Gale is hungry.
- Idol of Silvanus
- The Necromancy of Thay
- Amulet of Selune’s Chosen
- Sword of Justice
- Iron Flask
- Staff of Crones
- Shadow of Menzoberranzan
- Disintegrating Night Walkers
Visi our Gale artifacts guide to see how to get them.
There are many more hidden treasures to be found in Baldur’s Gate 3. Including the owlbear egg. But we still don’t know what to do with owlbear egg in Baldur’s Gate 3. If you have found something worthy of mentioning that is not included on this article, please comment below. So, thank you for reading. Looking forward to seeing you again soon, till later!