Baldur’s Gate 3: Acrobatics

In Baldur’s Gate 3, your character can become proficient in Acrobatics. It’s one of the skills and a statistic that increases agility.

Baldur's Gate 3 Acrobatics
Acrobatics Skill

This short guide explains what skills are in Baldur’s Gate 3 and everything you should know about Acrobatics Skills. The game’s character creation and all decisions you need to make when building your character can be confusing, and skills and skill proficiencies are one of those stats that will influence gameplay and your entire playthrough.

Skills in Baldur’s Gate 3

In Baldur’s Gate 3, skills represent the abilities and proficiencies of your character that allow them to perform various actions and interact with the game world. Skills are associated with specific attributes and are used to determine the success or effectiveness of certain actions or abilities. In Baldur’s Gate 3, you will use all skills in various situations throughout the game. They provide engaging opportunities for roleplaying, problem-solving, and interacting with the game world and its inhabitants. Your character’s proficiency, attribute scores, and any relevant bonuses or penalties influence the effectiveness of your skills.

Acrobatics Skill

Acrobatics skill is associated with Dexterity, and It represents your protagonist’s agility. Your character will be able to tumble, dodge, maintain balance, and perform complicated acrobatic maneuvers.

Here are all the most important pieces of information about the acrobatics skill in Baldur’s Gate 3

  • Main Attribute: Dexterity
  • Classes that can select Acrobatics skill: Rogue, Ranger, Monk, Bard, Fighter
  • Recommended for the classes: Ranger, Rogue, and Monk
  • Backgrounds that add Acrobatics Proficiency: Outlander, Entertainer
  • Acrobatics Skill Helps With:
    • Stay on your feet on slippery surfaces
    • Stay upright in tricky situations
    • Balance on a tightrope
    • Jump and stay on your feet

Should you choose Acrobatics Skill?

You should pick acrobatics skill if you plan on playing any of the classes that use Dexterity as their primary ability. Classes that could benefit from this skill proficiency are Rogue, Ranger, and Monk. Also, if you would like your character to have higher chances of passing skill checks with anything related to agility, it’s also a good choice. In a roleplaying aspect, reconsider acrobatics if you want the game world and NPCs to recognize and acknowledge your training in this skill.

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