Baldur’s Gate 3: Nature

In Baldur’s Gate 3, you can be proficient in Nature. It’s the skill that defines your knowledge about phenomena of the physical world.

Baldur's Gate 3 Nature Skill
Nature Skill

This guide will help you understand the skills in Baldur’s Gate 3, especially Nature. With so many decisions to make during character creation, it’s important to know which skills and skill proficiencies will be most beneficial to your playstyle.

Skills in Baldur’s Gate 3

Skills are an essential part of character building in Baldur’s Gate 3. They allow your character to perform various actions, such as sneaking past enemies, picking locks, or persuading NPCs. Skills are associated with specific attributes, and your character’s skill bonus is determined by their attribute score and their proficiency in the skill. 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.

Nature Skill

Nature skill is associated with Intelligence, and It represents your character’s knowledge and understanding of the natural world, including plants, animals, geography, and survival skills.

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

  • Main Attribute: Intelligence
  • Classes that can select Nature skill: Bard, Druid, Warlock, Ranger, Barbarian
  • Recommended for the classes: Wizard
  • Backgrounds that add Nature Proficiency: N/A
  • Nature Skill Helps With:
    • Know the lore about the terrain.
    • Predict Weather
    • Know:
      • Plants
      • Animals
      • Natural cycles

Should you choose Nature Skill?

You should pick Nature skill if you plan on playing any of the classes that use Intelligence as their primary ability. One class that can benefit from this skill proficiency is Wizard. However, all classes that focus on magic and spellcasting will also take advantage of it to identify and understand the nature around them. Also, it’s also a good skill choice, if you would like your character to have higher chances of passing skill checks with anything related to nature. In a roleplaying aspect, reconsider it if you want the game world and NPCs to recognize and acknowledge your training in this skill.

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