Baldur’s Gate 3: How to Get Blessed Buff Permanently

Learn how to get Blessed Buff permanently in Baldur’s Gate 3 and increase your accuracy and damage with any build in the game!

How to Get Bless Buff Permanently - BG3

How to Get Blessed Buff Permanently in Baldur’s Gate 3

To get the Blessed buff permanently in Baldur’s Gate 3, purchase a statue of yourself from the vendor Boney in the Circus of the Last Days. You can find this Circus in Act 3, Rivington. If it’s your first time to the Circus, you can enter from the entrance gates in the west of town, or head north and jump through a small hole in the fence. Once inside, move due west until you reach Boney who runs the Stoney and Boney’s Bespoke Creations store.

You can acquire the True Hero of Baldur’s Gate statue for 5,000 gold. Once you make the purchase, Boney will deliver a personalized statue to your resting location. Upon inspecting the statue, it reveals a permanent long buff. After a long rest, you will gain Sweet Stone Features. The depicted entity, blessed in stone, receives a +1d4 bonus to Attack Rolls and Saving Throws. This additional +1d4 serves as a potent tool to enhance the damage and survivability potential of any build, and it remains a permanent feature for your main character or anyone for whom you choose to commission a statue.

Blessed Spell Explained

The Level 1 Enchantment Spell, Bless, empowers the caster and their allies with temporary buffs to attacks and Saving Throws. When actively cast, maintaining the effect demands action and concentration. Usually, Clerics opt to cast Bless on allies during the first turn, providing a +1d4 bonus to Attack rolls and Saving Throws for three allies. The strength of Blessed lies in its ability to enhance attack rolls, thereby elevating the likelihood of successfully landing an attack. Additionally, it reduces the probability of enemies hitting you.

Blessed Spell Explained - BG3

Moreover, the picture above illustrates a 10% increase in the chance of successfully landing an attack. This boost is crucial for builds such as the Ranger or Fighter utilizing the Great Weapon Master feat. Although this feat enhances damage by 10, it comes with a -5 penalty to the attack roll. Frequently, you can employ Blessed to nullify the impact of this penalty while retaining the high damage output offered by these feats.

The strength of the statue that is sold by Boney, is you get this passively without the need to cast a spell or maintain concentration. While the price of 5,000 gold is high, the benefits will help with fights like Gortash and Raphael, some of the hardest in BG3

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